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  1. nup sorry not on ebay anymore! All and more still available via http://www.hardtunedstore.com though!
  2. S13 & S14 Owners Manuals Downloads they are huge 25-26meg pdf files. (200dpi scan of original documents). Download Adobe Acrobat Reader free from Adobe. Make Sure you right click, and "save target as.." WE ARE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO CAN MIRROR THESE DOCUMENTS: IF YOU CAN HOST THEM PM ME!!! S13 ECU Pinout and Fault Codes www.eightballmedia.com.au/180sx/S13.CA18.Service.Manual.complete.rar Mirror 1 - iinet.net.au - S13 Mirror 2 - Strent.net - S13 / S14 johnc - S14 johnc - S14 Text based - Completely Searchable!!!! johnc - S15
  3. Max's Muscle Up Challenge

    wow some great transformations there... Awesome results Steve - Admire the dedication it takes to get the ripped. Steve - looking at your before pics this year, were you still maintaining a healthy diet before shredding down again ? Seems that last 10% of fat is all diet based / a lot of extra work, especially to maintain? I've been training for around 2 years now (personal trainer kicks my ass 5 days a week, 45min weights 15min cardio) I'm bigger than my trainer now, massive change in dimensions and can lift almost triple what i started on... that said have never been shredded. I love good food, and even though i eat healthy 95% of the time i haven't set a strict diet like yours. Is that what is making all the difference? Normal day as an example : breakfast: 3 eggs, 2 rashers bacon, 3 mushrooms omlette morning : white coffee, 45grams dymatise elite shake in 50/50 water/skimmilk mid morning : Kale , celery, strawberries, ginger Shake lunch : 100gram chicken, broccoli, zucchini snack : 95g can of tuna dinner : 300gram chicken/steak, vegetables Dessert : sometimes a paddlepop or a protein chocolate bar.
  4. Member packs are back up in stock on the site
  5. Productivity Commission recommends abolishing luxury car tax, import duty and all car industry funding; urges more grey imports - Article initially from carsales.com.au Cars will be cheaper in Australia if the green light is given to two key recommendations announced by the government-appointed Productivity Commission today. In its 326-page report on Australia's automotive industry, the Productivity Commission (PC) has recommended the controversial luxury car tax (LCT) be scrapped and laws restricting second-hand overseas (grey) imports be relaxed. The PC was originally tasked with looking at all aspects of Australian automotive manufacturing, but changed its terms of reference after all three local manufacturers (Ford, Holden and Toyota) announced they will cease manufacturing by 2017. It noted that up to "40,000 people may lose their jobs as a result of the closure of the motor vehicle manufacturing plants and the rationalisation of firms in the supply chain" but said it was "not feasible to make a precise upper bound estimate of the number of people who may lose their jobs" in the wider manufacturing industries. Significantly, as a result, the PC has recommended that all federal and state automotive industry assistance (including taxpayer-funded subsidies for car-makers and component suppliers) be abolished – but only after the last Australian-made Commodores, Cruzes and Camrys roll off the production line in 2017. "The Commission has considered a range of options for assistance to firms that manufacture components, including extending the Automotive New Markets Program (AMNP) and altering the design of the Automotive Transformation Scheme (ATS), but has not been able to identify an option that it considers would have net benefits to the community," said the PC report. "In the case of the ANMP, while it is too early to fully evaluate its performance, there is little convincing evidence of additionality of investment being generated by the scheme, nor of the assisted businesses being likely to achieve longer term sustainability. “Other reviews of assistance schemes in Australia have also raised concerns over the additionality, and thus the net benefits, generated by such schemes. “Accordingly, the Commission considers that, on balance, the provision of industry-specific assistance to component manufacturing firms, beyond that already committed to the end of 2017, would not result in net benefits to the community. “More generally, governments should not provide any further ongoing or ad hoc assistance, including capital subsidies, to firms in the automotive manufacturing industry beyond that already committed.” In its mid-year economic forecast, the federal government proposed cutting $500 million from the Automotive Transformation Scheme each year between 2015 and 2017, reducing the fund's total coffers by more than half between now and 2020. Senior industry figures have warned that although Ford is committed to manufacturing the Falcon and Territory until October 2016 (and Toyota and Holden have promised to keep building cars until 2017), cutting government subsidies before 2017 would put in jeopardy many already-struggling parts makers, potentially accelerating the demise of Australia's car-making industry. Today the PC called for the government to repeal the Automotive Transformation Scheme after the end of local production in 2017, no replacement of the Green Car Innovation Fund after the final payments are made in 2014-2015, and the discontinuation of the Automotive New Markets Program at its scheduled closure in 2015-2016. Chief executive of the Federation of Automotive Parts Manufacturers, Richard Reilly, said the maintenance of federal assistance levels prior to the May budget would not only reduce the number of industry redundancies but allow suppliers more time to diversify the skills on their workforces. “Reducing funding of the ATS by 66 per cent in 2015 will have serious implications for the continued operations of many firms within the automotive supply chain”, he said. "The ATS has been an integral part of the business planning processes and quoting mechanisms of companies for many years. To reduce the funds available mid-stream leaves companies in the supply chain vulnerable to more competitive international pressures." However, Federal industry minster Ian Macfarlane indicated in a statement today that the ATS would be cut as announced in May. "The Productivity Commission’s report includes a full assessment of the factors that have impacted on car manufacturing in Australia and includes nine recommendations. The Government supports, or supports in principle, the majority of the Commission’s recommendations," he said in a statement. “The Government will continue to support domestic car manufacturing through procurement policies, through until the closure of the last local car manufacturer at the end of 2017. “The Government is also supporting the transition in the automotive industry with a range of measures, including the $155 million Growth Fund which is made up of five elements that are designed specifically to assist workers, businesses and local communities impacted by the decision from GM Holden and Toyota to end local manufacturing by 2017. “The $20 million Automotive Diversification Programme is open for applications to assist suppliers to diversify into other sectors. Automotive workers will receive personalised skills assessment and assistance to identify new jobs under the $30 million Skills and Training Programme and the $60 million Next Generation Manufacturing Investment Programme is being finalised. “The Growth Fund also includes a $15 million boost to the Automotive Industry Structural Adjustment Programme and a $30 million Regional Infrastructure Programme. “The Australian Government is also preparing a National Industry Investment and Competitiveness Agenda, to focus on long-term issues relating to competitiveness, productivity and job opportunities in the industries of the future.” "The Automotive Transformation Scheme will continue until the end of 2017 at the level of funding set out in the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook. This will help secure local manufacturing and give automotive businesses and workers time to adapt in the lead up to the closure of manufacturing by Ford, Holden and Toyota." The PC also recommended the removal of the five per cent tariff on imported vehicles after local manufacturers close their doors, suggesting "more efficient sources of government revenue with which to replace these measures". Such a move should in theory make all imported new vehicles either slightly cheaper or better equipped. Other good news for consumers is the PC's recommendation to the federal government that it reduce its tax impost on expensive vehicles. The report noted that the 33 per cent LCT, which from July 1 applies to the component of a vehicle's price up to $61,884 (or $75,375 if they consume less than 7.0L/100km), accounted for around $400 million in revenue for the government but "was arbitrary in its effect". However, it cautioned that the LCT should not be scrapped if no revenue replacement is found. "Given the effect on government revenue, if the LCT were not replaced by another revenue source, it is important that its removal be considered as part of a broader program of taxation reform measures," said the report. Excluding new taxes, axing the LCT would make expensive vehicles (not necessarily 'luxury' vehicles) far more affordable – something for which luxury vehicle brands and even Toyota have lobbied for some time. For example, the buyer of a new vehicle that costs about $100,000 but consumes more than 7.0L/100km, such as Toyota's mid-range LandCruiser VX, would save more than $20,000. The long-awaited PC report also recommends the government embrace imported used vehicles, allowing the importation of 'grey imports' of used passenger and light-commercial vehicles – but not before 2018 "to ensure that reasonable advance notice is given to affected individuals and businesses, such as vehicle leasing companies". The relaxing of restrictions on second-hand vehicle imports would require new regulations, asserts the report, which would include "measures to provide appropriate levels of community safety, environmental performance and consumer protection". The PC has recommended only vehicles up to five years old and those with "consistent" design standards to Australia be given the green-light for importation. The move would give car buyers more choice as vehicles previously not offered in Australia would become available here, and prices in the second-hand car market would reduce, it posits. According to the report, Ford Australia was among several industry participants that "expressed concern about the effect of such a policy change on new vehicle prices", which it believes could harm its business. Earlier this month GM Holden chief Gerry Dorizas said opening the flood gates to grey imports would cut Australia’s new vehicle market in half. Some safety experts say relaxed grey-import laws could have an adverse affect on Australia's road toll, which is the lowest in almost 80 years partly thanks to record new-vehicle sales over the part decade. The average age of Australia's 'carpark' is still higher than that of the US, UK and Japan, but recently fell to below 10 years for the first time. The average age of New Zealand's vehicle fleet increased from 11 to 13 years after its car industry closed. The PC drew the ire of the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries with a position paper released earlier this year, when it first proposed the relaxation of grey-import regulations. The FCAI reiterated that stance today, but minister MacFarlane today said no decision has been taken to relax the restrictions relating to grey imports. "We have no intention of allowing Australia to become the dumping ground for other countries’ old second-hand vehicles,” he said. “This issue will be considered in detail as part of the government’s review of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989, mindful of the need to maintain the highest safeguards for consumers and the impact of any changes on the domestic car retail market.” Today's PC report also urges the government to ditch its $12,000 specific duty on imported second-hand vehicles and accelerate the harmonisation of Australian Design Rules (ADR) with European regulations and other vehicle standards from across the globe.
  6. Only after 6pm . Today i'm home all day though
  7. Hoodies will take 3-5 days if you order from our texas warehouse on the online store. Tees, Caps, Stickers, Packs are all based in QLD so will take from 7-30 days as they are sent AusPost, which is unfortunately very slow.
  8. Also, if you didn't get the email - we have a couple of very cool new shirts available on the store - they are $29 each at the moment, and we have around 60 of each left! http://www.hardtunedstore.com/shop/tshirts/silvia-240sx-200sx-stats-tee/ http://www.hardtunedstore.com/shop/tshirts/180sx-stats-tee/
  9. Most of you would know this car from the top of the site, but since there hasn't been a build up thread in over 2 years i guess it's about time.... (yet the car has been in the workshop for over 9 months now) Starting life as an Australian Delivered S14 Gen2 Auto Luxury the car has almost a long as history as this website- It's been through 5 Engines, 6 Full Color changes, 4 Gearboxes... and continues.... It's probably one the most overcapitalised 200SX in the country, with receipts going well past $100k a while ago... ..That said, it's also featured on the cover of 3 magazines, 2 dvd's and numerous articles and been raced in everything from Drift Australia, Stadium Drift, Time Attack, along with being my daily for many many years...... (however i would estimate at least 60% of it's life has been inside a workshop! as with most imports :-P ) So before i get into what is new and happening with the car.... a quick run down on what was on the car (last updated at the time of the Fast Fours shoot in December Last Year): Aero & Exterior : Custom Gold Pearl + Stickers... Volk GT-C Face 2 18X9 18X10 +5 Offset Wheels Custom Vertex (widemouth) Custom Metal Fabricated S14.5 Guards Custom Metal Fabricated Rear Guards Blits ADR Approved Fibreglass Vented Bonnet Carbon Fibre Adjustable GT Wing Engine: Engine was fully built by Rhemac Race Engines Professionally Line Honed, Balanced and Cryogenicly treat block SR20DET 0.5 Overbore Cometic Metal Headgasket CP Pistons Eagle Rods Trust Rocker-Stoppers HKS Stage 1 Cams ARP Bolts / Main/Headstuds etc. Race Bearings Trust Oversized Sump with Baffles Custom Candy Rocker Cover with Anime Kitty Girl Custom Oil Catch-can and Water Reservoir Fuel System & ECU: Bosch 040 internal SARD Fuel Pressure Regulator Haltech E8 Turbo & Oil: Custom Oil Cooler Kit with Relocated Custom Bracket for Oil Filter Trust t67-25G Highmount with Largest Trust External Gate Full Kit (inc. Front, Dump Screamer) ($5,800) Custom (MASSIVE) ASE Radiator with BA Falcon Dual Thermos. ($1,200) Trust R-SPL Intercooler (Trust's best Intercooler Kit) ($2,100) Blitz NuR Cat Back Exhaust with Apexi EVC Control Valve ($700) K&N Big Ass Filter Custom Redtune Alloy Radiator Shroud Running Gear: HSD HR Coilovers ($1,600) Kazama Castor Rods ($450) D-Project Adjustable Rear Camber Arms D-Project Adjustable Rear Toe Arms New Mounts throughout (not solid mounted) Pfitzner Performance Helical Cut, 5 Speed Dog Engagement Gearbox ($6,400) Billet Selector Forks. XSrpm Short Shifter Kit (Awesome with the dogbox) Cusco Tight One Way Mechanical LSD ($1000) New Extreme Drift Clutch & Lightened Flywheel ($1300) Project Mu 4Pot Racing Caliper Kit ($3,700) 2 Piece Front Rotors 1 Piece Rear Rotors HC+ Project Mu Pads ALl Round Interior & Stereo: Custom Fabricated Alloy Centre Console, Coated in Carbon Wrap (from tokyo autosalon) JVC 6.5 Inch In_Dash Screen (Custom Mounted) Clarion Front Splits DLS Rear Speakers Alpine V12 4 Channel Amp Rockford Fosgate Punch 55 2 Channel Amp JL Audio 10" Sub Custom Fusebox Ultima RedTop Battery (relocated to boot) $450 battery! Defi Guages, Oil Pressure, Oil Temp, Water Temp, Fuel Pressure ($1000+) Custom Indiglow Dials Greddy Profii E-01 Boost Controller (Custom Mounted) ($800) LED Dash Switches (Custom Mounted Not Connected) OMP Deep Dish Steering Wheel in Red Suede Trust Gear Knob Custom Billet Drift Handbrake Recaro - Porsche GT Seats (Black Leather) on custom Rails ($3900 per seat!) Rear seats Retrimmed in black leatherette to suit (with Silvia logo) Deep Red Plush Carpet
  10. Some shots from powercruise on the weekend: Definately not a blits...had one of those previously. was good quality but WAYYYY too heavy.
  11. Front bar started life is a standard Vertex bar. We widened the top and bottom of the mouth of it to allow for full airflow to the intercooler, cut the bottom piece out, remade it in carbon and put it back in. Bonnet is Carbon Fibre and similar to Masa Sports (but larger, more fitting vents)... brand is unknown, never seen one like it but it's definitely my favourite bonnet for s15...
  12. New from South Africa

    Welcome to the forums! make sure you put some pics up / start a build thread in the members rides sections.
  13. sold

    They are ROH Modena's btw
  14. I'm 33 now, had a silvia since i was 17. Will i sell my silvia any time soon? no. That said, my g37 is much nicer drive and the m35 is a FAR more practical daily, yet neither of them have the same personality and feel as the sil. Have to admit that the unfortunate side that comes with driving a silvia means many other motorists and police put you in a certain demographic. The fact the cars are cheap for anyone to afford and good at doing skids means there are a lot of tossers driving them these days. Still get pulled over whenever i drive my car, usually the age thing helps because they can see i'm not a dickhead, but still it's a shame because this kind of attention has turned many good people away from silvia/import ownership.
  15. In the past several years, one of the topics covered in detail on these pages has been the surge in such gimmicks designed to disguise lack of demand and end customer sales, used extensively by US automotive manufacturers, better known as "channel stuffing", of which General Motors is particularly guilty and whose inventory at dealer lots just hit a new record high. But did you know that when it comes to flat or declining sales and stagnant end demand, channel stuffing is merely the beginning? Presenting... Where the World's Unsold Cars Go To Die (courtesy of Vincent Lewis' Unsold Cars) Above is just a few of the thousands upon thousands of unsold cars at Sheerness, United Kingdom. Please do see this on Google Maps....type in Sheerness, United Kingdom. Look to the west coast, below River Thames next to River Medway. Left of A249, Brielle Way. Timestamp: Friday, May 16th, 2014. There are hundreds of places like this in the world today and they keep on piling up... THE WORLDS UNSOLD CAR STOCKPILE Houston...We have a problem!...Nobody is buying brand new cars anymore! Well they are, but not on the scale they once were. Millions of brand new unsold cars are just sitting redundant on runways and car parks around the world. There, they stay, slowly deteriorating without being maintained. Below is an image of a massive car park at Swindon, United Kingdom, with thousands upon thousands of unsold cars just sitting there with not a buyer in sight. The car manufacturers have to buy more and more land just to park their cars as they perpetually roll off the production line. There is proof that the worlds recession is still biting and wont let go. All around the world there are huge stockpiles of unsold cars and they are being added to every day. They have run out of space to park all of these brand new unsold cars and are having to buy acres and acres of land to store them. NOTE: The images on this webpage showing all of these unsold cars are just a very small portion of those around the world. There are literally thousands of these "car parks" rammed full of unsold cars in practically every country on the planet. Just in case you were wondering, these images have not been Photoshopped, they are the real deal! Its hard to believe that there are so many unsold cars in the world but its true. The worse part is that the amount of unsold cars keeps on getting bigger every day. It would be fair to say that it is becoming a mechanical epidemic of epic proportions. If anybody from outer space is reading this webpage, we here on Earth have too many cars, why not come and buy a few hundred thousand of them for your own planet! (sorry but this is all I can think of) Below is shown just a few of the 57,000 cars (and growing) that await delivery from their home in the Port of Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. With Google Maps look South of Broening Hwy in Dundalk for the massive expanse of space where all these cars are parked up. The car industry would never sell these cars at massive reductions in their prices to get rid of them, no they still want every buck. If they were to price these cars for a couple of thousand they would sell them. However, nobody would then buy any expensive cars and then they would end up being unsold. Its quite a pickle we have gotten ourselves into. Below is shown an image of the Nissan test track in Sunderland United Kingdom. Only it is no longer being used, reason...there are too many unsold cars parked up on it! The amount of cars keeps on piling up on it until its overflowing. Nissan then acquires more land to park up the cars, as they continue to come off the production line. UPDATE: Currently May 16th, 2014, all of these cars at the Nissan Sunderland test track have disappeared? Now I don't believe they have all suddenly been sold. I would guess they may have been taken away and recycled to make room for the next vast production run. Indeed next to that test track and adjacent to the Nissan factory, they are collating again as shown on the Google Maps image below. So where did the last lot go? This is not an employees car park by the way. None of the images on this webpage are of ordinary car parks at shopping malls, football matches etc. Trust me, they are just mountains and mountains of brand spanking new unsold cars. There is no real reason why you should be driving an old clunker now is there? The car industry cannot stop making new cars because they would have to close their factories and lay off tens of thousands of employees. This would further add to the recession. Also the domino effect would be catastrophic as steel manufactures would not sell their steel. All the tens of thousands of places where car components are made would also be effected, indeed the world could come to a grinding halt. Below is shown just a small area of a gigantic car park in Spain where tens of thousands of cars just sit and sunbathe all day. They are also piling up at the port of Valencia in Spain as seen below. They are either waiting to be exported to...nowhere or have been imported...to go nowhere. Tens of thousands of cars are still being made every week but hardly any of them are being sold. Nearly every household in developed countries already has a car or even two or three cars parked up on their driveway as it is. Below is an image of thousands upon thousands of unsold cars parked up on a runway near St Petersburg in Russia. They are all imported from Europe, they are all then parked up and they are all then left to rot. Consequently, the airport is now unusable for its original purpose. The cycle of buying, using, buying using has been broken, it is now just a case of "using" with no buying. Below is an image of thousands of unsold cars parked up on an disused runway at Upper Heyford, Bicester, Oxfordshire. They are seriously running out of space to store these cars. It is a sorry state of affairs and there is no answer to it, solutions don't exist. So the cars just keep on being manufactured and keep on adding to the millions of unsold cars already sitting redundant around the world. Below are parked tens of thousands of cars at Royal Portbury Docks, Avonmouth, near Bristol in the United Kingdom. If you look on Google Maps and scan around the area at say 200ft you will see nothing but parked up unsold cars. They are absolutley everywhere in that area practically every open space has unsold cars parked up on it. Below is that same area in Avonmouth, UK, but zoomed out. Every gray space that you see is filled with unsold cars. Anyone want to hazard a guess at how many are there... As it is, there are more cars than there are people on the planet with an estimated 10 billion roadworthy cars in the world today. We literally cannot make enough of them. Below are seen just a few of the thousands of Citroen's parked up at Corby, Northamptonshire in England. They are being added to daily, imported from France but with nowhere else to go once they arrive. So there they sit, brand spanking new cars, all with a couple of miles on the clock that was consummate with them being driven to their car parks. Below is the latest May 2014 Google Maps image of unsold cars in Corby, Northamptonshire. Manufacturing more cars than can be sold is against all logic, logistics and economics but it continues day after day, week after week, month after month, year in year out. Below is shown a recent (April 2014) screen grab from Google Maps of the Italian port of Civitavecchia. All those little specks are a few thousand brand new unsold Peugeots. Just collecting dust and maybe a bit of salty sea spray! Below, all nice and shiny but with nowhere to go. Red and white and black and silver, purple, pink and blue, all the colors of the rainbow and be they all brand new. Indeed all the colors of the rainbow are down there on those cars, making pretty mosaics, montages of color and still life. Maybe that is all they will now ever be, surreal urban art of the techno production age. Magnificent metal boxes, wasting space and saving grace, all sitting still, because its business at mill. All around the world these cars just keep on piling up, there is no end in sight. The economy shouts out quite loud that nobody has the money anymore to spend on a new car. The reason being that they are making their "old" cars go on a lot longer. But we cannot stop making them, soon we will run out of space to park them. We are nearly running out of space to drive them that's for sure! Below, more cars mount up in the port of Valencia in Spain. They will not be exported as there is nowhere for them to go, so they just sit and rot in their colorful droves. Gone are the days when the family would have a new car every year, they are now keeping what they have got. It may be fair to say that some families still get a new car every year but its the majority that now do not. The results are in these images, hundreds of thousands if not millions of cars around the world are driven from their factories, parked up and left. Could we say that these cars have been left to rot! Maybe, as these cars will certainly rot if they are not bought, driven and cared for. It does not look like they will be sold any day soon, many of them have been standing for over 12 months or even longer and this is detrimental to the car. Below, as far as the eye can see, right into the background, cars, cars and more cars. But what's beyond the horizon? Have a guess...Yes that's right...even more cars! All brand new but with no homes to go to. Do you think they will ever start giving them away, that may be the only radical solution. Who knows, you could soon be getting a free car with every packet of cornflakes. When a car is left standing idle, all the oil sinks to the bottom of the sump, and then corrosion begins to set in on all the internal engine parts where the oil has drained away. Cold corrosion is when condensation builds up in the cylinders and rust forms in the bores. The engines would then start to seize and would need to be professionally freed before they could be started. Also the tires start to lose air and the batteries start to go flat, indeed the detrimental list goes on and on. So the longer they sit there the worse it slowly becomes for them. What is the answer to this? Well they need to be sold and that just isn't happening. The epidemic is not improving, it is getting worse. Car manufactureres are constantly coming out with new models with the latest technology in them. Hence prospective buyers of, for example, a new Citroen Xsara Picasso want the latest model, not last years model. Hence all the unsold Citroen Xsara Picasso cars from the previous year will now have even lesser chance of being sold. The problems then just keep on mounting up. In the end, the unsold cars that are say 2 years old will have no alternative but to be either crushed up, dismantled and/or their parts recycled. Some car manufacturers moved their production over to China, General Motors and Cadillac are examples of this. They are then shipped over in containers and unloaded at ports. However they are now being told to put a big halt in their import into the U.S.A. as they just can't sell them in the quantities they would desire. Consequently Chinese car parks are now filling up with brand new American cars. Well nobody in China can afford them on their meagre pittance wages, so there they will stay until our economy improves...which it might do in a few generations.
  16. Dyno Results were 455rwhp @ 20psi on 98RON... If we threw it on E85 it would have alot more in it, so maybe down the track when 455hp just isn't enough haha. Will post the graph soon! Only just got back from Japan so am in the process of getting it registered this week so should have some more pics and details soon!
  17. Yeah did 6 hours of Touge Runs in it through the Hakone Mountains outside of Tokyo... Followed it up with some high speed stuff in an FD & 35 GTR.. well worth it if your heading to Japan!
  18. From my japan trip last week - more pics soon...
  19. Hey Guys, doing any thing this saturday night? No? Great! ... time for some fun! maps will be provided at meet point https://www.facebook.com/events/748876541809243/?context=create&source=49
  20. Hey Guys, will be over in Japan over this time and heading out to Ebisu - just checking who else might be heading over there?
  21. Update: Had some premature bearing wear on the PPG Dogbox, which luckily we caught before it actually did any damage.. A set of new bearings and new Japanese CNC'ed RB25/SR Adapter from JPP will hopefully mean the box will last me for years to come! Engine is in now, and will be going in for a tune later today. Will post the dyno video later tonight.
  22. OK Details updated. check the first post! facebook event is here : https://www.facebook.com/events/748876541809243/?context=create&source=49
  23. Hey Guys, the new batch of caps just arrived, still got a few of the Chocolate Silvia ones left as well! All caps are $29.95. High Quality Wool-Blend Snapback with Puff Embroidery Front.. They come as a FLATTY but suit having a slight curve in my opinion (and i like the fit better when they are curved) http://www.hardtuned...-category/caps/
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