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Hi everyone, been a long time member here but never got around to do one of these member ride thing.

Anyway has had the car for roughly 7-8 yrs now, so long that I don't even remmeber when I brought it. Had done alot of crazy shit in it anything from top speed run to mountain run(my ex favourite pass time) etc. However since settling down with my wife and baby boy, I decided to behave myself and settle down. I was at a stage where I was undecided to what to do with the car, either selling it and get another more family oriented or to keep it and slowly turn it into a track car. The car sitting around for 1.5 yrs before I decided to keep it and start modding it to the way I want it to be.

At the present time, it's in the body shop getting some work done to the body. Nothing over the top like some member on here, but should be unique enough to stand out among the crowd. The reason why I want to do this part of mod first is because, I want to change the look of the car. It had been the same for the last 7-8yrs so I thought the car deserve a mid life make over :thumb: .

Anyway enough rambling here are some of the stats. I will add the photos once I get the hang of this, so bear with me.

 

 

 

 

 

ENGINE

 

Mazworx SR23VET (90mmx91mm Engine)

 

Cylinder Head

 

Core SR20VE P11 Cylinder Head

Supertech Dual Valve Spring, SR20VE, 123lbs on the seat, for turbo

Supertech Titanium Retainers, SR20

Supertech Nissan 6mm Exh Guide, DE/VE

Supertech Valve Guide Intake Nissan SR20DET/RB26 6 mm stem Manganese Bronze

Supertech Intake Valve Stem Seal, SR20

Supertech Exhaust Valve Stem Seal, SR20DE

Supertech Intake Valve, +1mm, SR20VE

Supertech Iconel Exhaust Valve, +2mm,SR20VE

Supertech Inner Spring Locator, 6mm Valve,SR20

Kelford Racing Cams, SR20VE, High RPM Turbo duration @ 1mm 250/256

Tomei Adjustable Cam Gears

Mazworx 1/2" Head Stud Kit w/ Dowels

Mazworx SR20DET Headgasket, 90mm Bore

Clean and R/R Oil Ports

CNC Combustion Chamber, 90mm Bore

Stage 2 Port and Polish Gasket Match, Bowl Work, Blend and Polish

Competition Valve Job, VE

Resurface Head

R/R Valve Guides

SR 1/2" Stud Machining, Head

Machine Headgasket for 1/2" Head Studs

Assemble/Shim (Solid Pivots)

 

Block

 

S13 Core Block

Darton Nissan SR20 Dry Sleeve, Double Flat

Darton Nissan SR20 Dry Sleeve, Single Flat

Oil Pump, SR20VE

Mazworx SR20 Main Stud Kit

4 Custom CP Pistons (set of 4) -- 90mm 9.0:1 VE Head

Carrillo Connecting Rods, SR20, WMC Bolts

Mazworx SR20 91mm Billet Crankshaft

ACL Race Thrust Bearing, Nissan SR20

ACL Race Rod Bearing 19mm Wide SR20DET

ACL Race Main Bearing Set, NissanSR20DET, w/ 5 Oiling Holes

Nismo Pilot Roller Bearing

ATI Super Damper, SR20 RWD

Oil Pickup, SR20

SR20VE Oil Pickup Assy

Water Pump, S13, SR20

Greddy High Capacity Oil Pan, SR20 RWD

Clean and R/R Oil Ports

Sleeve Install

Bore & Hone w/ Torque Plate -- 90MM

Resize Line Bore

Resurface Block & Oil Pump

Oil Groove Machining, SR20

SR 1/2" Stud Machining, Block

19mm Rod Bearing Machining

Weld Oil Pickup

Assemble Short Block

Timing Chain, SR20

Crank Key

Sprocket, Crank, SR20

Timing Chain Tensionor, SR20

Tensioner Gasket

Timing Chain Guide, Fixed, SR20

Timing Chain Guide, Adjustable, SR20

Bolt, Adjustable Chain Guide

Mazworx SR20 Bolt Kit, Fixed Timing Chain

Guide

Labor Assemble Short Block/Degree Cams

 

Engine Misc

 

Taark's VVl relocation kits + braided lines

Machined VVL solenoids and Taark's bracket

20ve CAS

Custom oil catch tank with -an fittings

Taark's oil relocation kit

Taark's PS bracket for PS pump relocation + braided lines

Relocated PS resevoir

Taark's custom water lines

Greddy pulley kit

S13 oil Dipstick

Sand blasted alternator +powder coated alternator bracket

Wrinkle red rocker cover

Nismo oil cap

Rocker Studs, Rocker Washers, Stainless Dome Nuts

 

 

INDUCTION

 

Hot side

 

Twinscroll GCG GT3076R .82 AR turbo

Twinscroll 6 boost steampipe turbo manifold (redrill to fit VE)

Twin 44mm Tial wastegates

Custom 4 inch aluminium intake pipe

Greddy air intake

Custom aluminium hot pipe (heat shield wrap)

Weld 90 degree turbo flange

Custom braided turbo oil/water lines

Earl's heat shielding sheath

20ve 7 layer metal exhaust gasket

Twinscroll turbo/manifold metal gasket

Black silicon joiner

 

Cold side

 

Mazworx VE intake manifold

Plazmaman 90mm throttle body

Taark's custom TB/manifold flange with throttle cable relocation

Custom aluminium cold pipe

-An fittings for IM

Black silicon joiner

 

 

FUELLING

 

ID2000 fuel injectors

Complete removal of stock fuel tank setup

Custom 40ltr fuel cell with fuel sender

Holley lift pump

Twin Bosch 044 external pumps

2ltr surge tank

2 inline -an 10 AEM fuel filters

Hardlines for in cabin

Braided lines feed -an 10 return -an 8

Mazworx fuel rail modify with twin entry

Sard type RJ FPR with pressure gauge

-An fittings throughout

Custom fuel lines brackets

 

COOLING

 

Water

 

Koyo radiator

Ford BA radiator shroud and fans

Thermostat

Custom VE water outlet incoporating swirl pot

Custom header tank with -an fittings

Modified water inlet with -an fitting for header tank

Nismo cap

-An fittings

Custom braided lines for swirl pot/header tanks system

 

Air

 

Modify ARC intercooler

Reverse and under radiator support mounted

Custom brackets

 

Oil

 

Earl 19 rows oil cooler

Earl thermostat

Haltech oil pressure and temp sensors

Earl 13 rows PS cooler

Oil relocation kit

-An fittings and braided line throughout

 

ELECTRONIC

 

Haltech PS1000 ECU

Haltech 4 bar map sensor

Haltech engine loom

M&W pro 14 ingnition

Racepak/Haltech IQ3 display Dash

AEM pencil coils

HKS EVC IV boost controller

Custom coil pack wiring

Custom alternator /starter motor wiring

Custom headlight, horn and radiator fans wiring

Relocated fuse box in cabin

Custom control switch panel

 

 

EXHAUST

 

Custom v-band dump/front pipe heat wrap

Custom twin screamer pipes heat wrap

Greddy Ti-R titanium exhaust

 

 

DRIVETRAIN

 

Stock 6-speed

ORC twin plate clutch

ORC single flywheel

Nismo clutch slave

Braided clutch line

Custom 1 piece tail shaft

Nismo 1.5 way TT pro lsd

Cusco engine mounts and Nismo gearbox mount

 

Brakes/Suspension

 

Stock s15 brake

Endless EuroX front, NA-R rear

Endless brake fluid

Removal of stock ABS system

Custom hidden hard brake lines

Zeal function XS 7k front 4k rear (used to be 9k f 7k r)

Nismo power brace

Whiteline adjustable front and rear sway bars

Whiteline subframe bushes

Cusco rear camber arms

Driftshop tension rods

Cusco front and rear strut braces

 

 

Wheels/tyres

 

Works XD9 bronze

18x10 +38 front

18x10 +18 rear

30mm project kics wheel spacer front

25mm H&R wheel spacer rear

Kumho KU36 265/35 front and 275/35 rear

Works light weight wheel nuts

 

Interior

 

Semi strip (AC/heater removed, removed all unnecessary wiring under dash etc)

Complete removal of stock dash cluster

Battery relocated to behind passenger seat

Custom dash cluster for IQ3 dash

Bride stradias driver seat

Bride low max seat rail,

Custom switch panel

 

Exterior

 

Wisesquare front bar

Wisesquare carbon front diffuser

Wisesquare carbon air ducts

Rmagic FD3S front/rear canards

First molding carbon rear diffuser and carbon diffuser canards

Feed FD3S style carbon sidesteps

Custom modify vented time attack style stock metal front guards

Wisesquare 50mm rear over fenders

Buddyclub carbon GT wing

Carbon bonnet

Aerocatch flush bonnet pins

GT carbon mirror

Custom front tubs

Stitch welded engine bay

Firewall gold heat shield

Respray in Honda championship white

 

 

There should be other things that I forget, but that should be all for now I will start up loading photos from time to time.

Thanx for looking

 

This is what it look like when I was running around doing silly stuff :silly:

 

 

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Suspension

 

 

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Engine

 

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wheels

 

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And this is what it look with some of the body parts

 

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kool cant wait to see the pics!!

 

what colour is it / will it be?

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kool cant wait to see the pics!!

 

what colour is it / will it be?

 

 

It's currently blue, but will be white(Honda championship white).

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Front wheels are a bit mexican but will look better when you have the other guards on.

Your rear guards are going to be pretty big, gunna run spacers?? As the rears will sit in a fair bit.

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Front wheels are a bit mexican but will look better when you have the other guards on.

Your rear guards are going to be pretty big, gunna run spacers?? As the rears will sit in a fair bit.

 

Front will be running 30mm project kics for an effective +8, while the rear will be 25mm H&R for an effective -7.

Cheers for comment.

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love the ass end cant wait to see how it turns out... whistle.gif

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i love it, just looking at the car you can tell you look after it but still push it and have fun! i like that.

 

wing is sick keep it, rear difuser looks like it will be pretty close to the zorst though. will keep an eye one this.

 

 

-dan

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finally made a rides thread ay ;)

 

love your car man..

 

will be good to see when its all fitted

 

hope everything turns out the way you wanted it too :)

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i wish i had that sort of coin to through around but to be honest it just looks like one big advert hahahaha

i guess it hasnt started to take shape yet so we will see.

 

Don't know what you mean by that, but I will take that as a compliment.

just curious who is the maker of the carbon diffuser?

 

First molding.

i love it, just looking at the car you can tell you look after it but still push it and have fun! i like that.

 

wing is sick keep it, rear difuser looks like it will be pretty close to the zorst though. will keep an eye one this.

 

 

-dan

 

Thanx for the comment, yes I has had the car for a long time, and I'm one of the lucky few that get to throughly enjoy every aspect of the car. I usually drive the car around for a while after each mod to see how it actually change the car, it only now that I really going full out on it.

The look of the car is not everyone cup of tea, but I try to do it in a way that will be unique plus as aero dynamic as possible.

finally made a rides thread ay ;)

 

love your car man..

 

will be good to see when its all fitted

 

hope everything turns out the way you wanted it too :)

Hi dan, yeah the guys been asking me to do one of these for a long time. You can say I gave in to peer pressure.

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Good on you for putting up a build thread, the car is starting to take shape and looking great. The feeling after so long of thinking what to do and then finally being able to start must be very nice.

 

Hope it all goes well and stay true to what you had envisaged.

 

 

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this thing will look tough when its done.. nice work dude.. ur wife must really love you with all the $$$ spent aye.. hehe.

 

also its good ur going for a race/circuit look.. different.. & not many people do it.

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Car is looking very nice mate, and sounds like it will be a bit of a weapon once all is complete and you unleash that TS 3076!

 

Love the Wise Sports kit too. Will be keeping an eye on this thread :)

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Very nice! Awesome choice of parts and styling!

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I love the splitters and aggressive look. Something different especially in aus anyway. If some of the agressive kits were readily available in aus id jump on it but the standard 'drift' look is everywhere pretty much.

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amazing quality build so far. cant get over how tough the ass end looks! cant wait to see it all painted up and some action shots on track :)

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Thanx for the comments guys.

Went to the workshop yesterday to check on progress....because of the rain lately they unable to start on the car, but reassured me that it will finish on schedule which is next week :whistle: . Regardless, I will drop by during this weekend and see what they up to.

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Very nice! Awesome choice of parts and styling!

 

Quoted for truth!! If i had 50K and an afternoon with a Yahoo account id do my S15 pretty similar to this, well done.

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Car is awesome mate! feels so nice and easy to drive. hanging out to see pics of your new front guards and skirts, real keen to see how they come out. Hopefully catch up next weekend

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nice car.... cant wait until this is done.

 

where did you order your bodykit from ??

Hi,

I ordered mine from streeter over in japan.

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