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  1. Up for grabs is a R33 S2 shell with roll cage. The car took a knock on the front left corner (see photos for extent of damage). Straight otherwise. The cage (6 point) includes main hoop, double diagonal bracing (through hoop), back stays, back stays cross bar, lateral bars (front legs), dash crossbar, windscreen top cross bar, double side intrusion bars, roof reinforcement bars, windscreen pillar supports. North of $3000 when new. There is a set of BC Racing BR Type coil overs on the car. Adjustable height and damper. They’re as new, less than 1000km. Full details here http://bcracing.com.au/bc-design. Around $1400 new. Other bits n pieces include OMP steering wheel, fire extinguisher, suspension bits (arms, linkages, sway bars, etc). Inspections welcome. Located in Mount Eliza. $1750 ono
  2. https://www.facebook.com/events/144367356234846/ == SUCC MOTORSPORT DRIFT CAMP 2018 == => The Run Down <= March 24/25 (Camping from the 23rd) 2 Days of Drifting, Tandems, Passengers, Competitions Coaches, 100% Beginner Friendly Camping included in the event cost Meals included in the event cost => Pricing <= The event is $239 for both days, camping and food costs $50 discount for those who have paid for UTAC 2018 ENTRY => https://goo.gl/forms/Ifhmo8Xqu59WhD8D2 <= => Event Specifics <= Wilby Motorsport Park Awesome track out near Yarawonga, see attached videos for details! => SUPP REGS <= https://drive.google.com/file/d/14H0dhHmw_eX6h45vXH--9AxS_Kbf5W89/view?usp=sharing https://www.facebook.com/events/144367356234846/
  3. SmashBoxx

    Hey all. Been a while since I've been on here but I thought I'd make a build thread for my latest build. I never kept memories of building my last drift car so I'll just do this one. Currently in the process of throwing a LSA crate motor from Holden into a R32 gtst. I have a L98 and both T56 and TR6060 on hand also so not sure which box to go with just yet. I'll be making having mounts and exhaust done custom and will be using the GM engine controller kit and accessory drive kit. Plans currently for the common oil starvation issue with the LS series in high G forces are Moroso baffled and trapdoor sump and 4L accusump. Don't have many photos for now as everything is in pieces. Will update as things progress.
  4. GKTECH V3 KNUCKLES G'day lads. At the moment I'm putting together an R32 street/tdori machine and am up to the knuckle part. Let me say I'm a fan of GKTech and the quality/price balance they work with, but on top of that the options for the R chassis are slim, so these seems like the top pick. I already have Silk Road camber arms set at 35mm shorter than stock, will be running R33 LCA's with a customised flat adjustable lock stop, Strongflex poly bushes and have extended tie rods and non-offset spacers to go in. Will be moving the rack forward 25mm as well. Currently rolling on +30 R33 GTR wheels but will be going to something in the +15 to +20 range soon. So, the question is - are they worth the extra cost? Obviously they're an upgrade compared to a modded stock knuckle. The unsprung weight advantage sounds great as well as the claimed linear feel, but considering I should be saving for Japan later this year they're hard to justify at something like twice the price of getting some modded locally. Can anyone comment on the driving feel?
  5. DRIFTMOB Drift Day November 3rd (Code: 03112013) LOCATION: SYDNEY MOTORSPORT PARK WET PANTIME TABLE: 7:00AM GATES OPEN 7:30AM SCRUTINEERING 8:00AM DRIVER SIGN ON 8:45AM DRIVER BRIEFING 9:00AM START TRACK ACTIVITY 4:30PM END TRACK ACTIVITY Please read below for event guide, terms and conditions and standing regulations.1) SPECTATORS: Everybody is welcome to spectate at our events. Entry fee is only $5 per car2) SCRUTINEERING: All cars will need to pass scrutineering and get signed off by our Chief Scrutineer before being allowed on track. Main Safety requirements: - Brakes - Brake lights - Seat belts / harnesses - Windscreen wipers - Headlights and tail lights for night events. - Seats installed correctly - No Leaks - Oil Catch can for unregistered Vehicles - All wheels nuts tightened - Fire Extinguisher (Recommended not compulsory) - Secondary bonnet restraint is compulsory. If you do not have one, please bring a short (1 mtr) rope and our Scrutineer will assist you with installing it. - Safety comes first, any cars not meeting requirements will not be allowed on Track.3) DRIVER/TRAINEE: Non-flammable clothing (Nylon not accepted). Clothes must cover you from neck to wrists to ankles. Enclosed shoes with socks must be worn. Helmets need to have the at least one of the following sticker of approval. FIA 8860-2010, FIA 8860-2004, AS1698, SFI 24.1 and Snell SA20003.1) PASSENGERS/TRAINEES: Trainees must be minimum 16 years old to ride in any car of your choice, at drivers discretion. Parental consent required for Passengers/Trainees under 18. $30 members $50 non members4) COST: Driftmob Members $130 Per Person (Must have a valid existing CAMS license). Non-Members $150 Per Person (Must have a valid existing CAMS license).4.1) CAMS Licensing and related costs -CAMS license can be issued on the day of event. - To hold a yearly CAMS L2S (Level 2 Speed), you need to be a member of a CAMS affiliated car club. - A temporary slip will be issued on the day for yearly purchases and original copy posted out within 6 weeks. - You can choose to pick up your original copy at our next event as well.4.2) Driftmob Membership -Driftmob Memberships can be taken out on the day of the event. Package 1 $175 Full yearly membership (includes long sleeve shirt, membership card, stickers and yearly (L2S) Package 2 $125 Full yearly membership (includes long sleeve shirt, membership card and stickers). Package 3 $85 Full membership yearly renewal only.5) PAYMENT OPTIONS 5.1) PREPAY - Simply purchase a driver spot buy clicking on the event icon & follow payment instructions.5.2) Credit Card - Payment can be made over the phone with the Club Secretary. Contact: Angela Phone: 0406 669 635 (5pm-9pm) Monday - Friday.5.3) Cash or EFTPOS on the day. - Entries are subject to availability. There are no guarantees of availability for entrants on the day. - No reserving spots on the subject of on the day payment. 6) MISCELLANEOUS - Entries Capped at 40 Cars. - Strictly no refunds, credit may be offered if a minimum of one week notice is given - Trainees/Passengers permitted in cars at the discretion of the Clerk of Course. Subject to skill level of driver taking passenger. - Our track days are run based on providing surplus track time for our members, therefore during day events we won't stop for lunch but keep running through the till finish. 7) CONTACT: For more information on the Driftmob Car Club visit: http://www.driftmob.com.au/ Or our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/DRIFTMOB.CAR.CLUB All Enquiries please Email: [email protected] Regards, The Team.
  6. As topic states a full set of 4 rims with tires - No gutter marks - Tire's are in excellent condition apart from 1 that rubbed on the guard - 70 - 90% tread all round - 5 x 114.3 PCD - Offset +12 Looking for $1200 take them away Located Central Coast NSW
  7. LOCATION = SYDNEY MOTORSPORT PARK SOUTH CIRCUIT TIME TABLE 3:30PM GATES OPEN 4:00PM SIGN ON 5:15PM DRIVERS BRIEFING 5:30PM START TRACK ACTIVITY 10:30PM END TRACK ACTIVITY 11:30PM VENUE CLOSES Please read below for event guide, terms and conditions and standing regulations. 1) SPECTATORS Everybody is welcome to spectate at our events entry fee is $5 per person. 2) SCRUTINEERING All cars will need to pass scrutineering and get signed off by our Chief Scrutineer before being allowed on track. Main Safety requirements: - Brakes - Brake lights - Seat belts / harnesses - Windscreen wipers - Headlights and tail lights for night events. - Seats installed correctly - No Leaks - Oil Catch can for unregistered Vehicles - All wheels nuts tightened - Fire Extinguisher (Recommended not compulsory) - Secondary bonnet restraint is compulsory. If you do not have one, please bring a short (1 mtr) rope and our Scrutineer will assist you with installing it. - Safety comes first, any cars not meeting requirements will not be allowed on Track. 3) DRIVER/TRAINEE: Non-synthetic apparel. Clothes must cover you from neck to wrists to ankles. Enclosed shoes with socks must be worn. Helmets need to have the at least one of the following sticker of approval. FIA 8860-2010, FIA 8860-2004, AS1698, SFI 24.1 and Snell SA2000 3.1) PASSENGERS/TRAINEES: Trainees must be minimum 16 years old to ride in a approved car of your choice, at drivers discretion. Parental consent required for Passengers/Trainees under 18. $30 members $50 non-members 4) COST: DRIFTMOB/ARDC members $150 per person (Must have a current L2S CAMS license). Non-Members $200 per person (Must have a current L2S CAMS license). On The Day $250 per person 4.1) CAMS Licensing and related costs - CAMS license can be issued on the day of event – however CAMS licence renewals cannot be processed and must be done prior to the event, via the CAMS website. - To hold a yearly L2S (Level 2 Speed), you need to be a member of a CAMS affiliated car club. - A temporary slip will be issued on the day for yearly purchases and original copy posted out within 6 weeks. . 4.2) Driftmob Membership and ARDC Membership This can be processed on the event day. 5) PAYMENT OPTIONS 5.1) PREPAY Account Name: DRIFTMOB INC Account Number:259 589 Bsb:03 2372) Financial Institution: WESTPAC Please mail your confirmation receipts to "[email protected]" - Include the number of entries and the names of the drivers you have paid for Entry is only confirmed once payment is received. This will reduce a lot of confusion and ease our administrative process. 5.2) Credit Card - Payment can be made over the phone with the Club Secretary. Contact: Angela Phone: 0406 669 635 (5pm-9pm) Monday - Friday. 5.3) Cash or EFTPOS on the day . - Entries are subject to availability. There are no guarantees of availability for entrants on the day. - No reserving spots on the subject of on the day payment. 6) MISCELLANEOUS - Entries Capped at 60 cars. - Trainees/Passengers permitted in cars at the discretion of the organiser. Subject to skill level of driver taking passenger & CAMS compliant specifications of the vehicle . - Our track days are run based on providing surplus track time for our members, therefore during our events we won't stop for breaks but keep running through the till finish. 7) CONTACT: Angela Phone: 0406 669 635 (5pm-9pm) Monday - Friday. [email protected] For more information about the event, visit: http://www.driftmob.com.au/ or http://www.sydneymotorsportpark.com.au/ Or our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/DRIFTMOB.CAR.CLUB Urgent Enquiries please Email: 1) [email protected] 2) [email protected] Regards, Driftmob & Sydney Motorsport Park
  8. Grease

    I have been tossing up for a while whether or not I should do a thread on my build as I feel like I am doing the exact same thing that everyone else has done, in saying that Maybe people can share some ideas with me to help point me in the right direction or maybe someone might find what I am doing interesting, Also a way for me to keep track of time and mods etc. Who knows what I am getting myself into but here goes. The story of where and how this began. I had a new guy come work with me who owned a R33, I always loved Skylines but never owned one and had not been around them a whole bunch. Even though this 33 was a pretty rough and was in need of some love and care I still remember loving every second in it. After a few weeks sure enough my now good mate unfortunately lost his license and had the car defected pretty badly. I still decided to buy it off him with the intention of fixing it up….. Was not to be as the list was massive, so I stripped what I could, GT3076, FFP, Jasma Exhaust system. It was great fun stripping it down. I got to learn a whole bunch about the RB25 and 33's alike. Shot of what she looked like As you can see we did not have huge amounts of garage space to work with but like most people with these cars, you make do. Once everything was taken that was worth while I went on the hunt for another 33 that would be clean and limited mods (cheap so the mrs would approve). certainly took a little while but when I compare to how long some people take to find the "perfect" one I realise I bought mine really quick!! So that’s when I found her. The car and the owner, it was 94 s1 silver 33, Had tein adjustable coilovers, Nismo cluster, EBC and a few other goodies, limited mods exactly what I wanted. Female owner who had a passion for cars and was awesome to deal with. Not to mention her brother in law having an incredible AE86 out the back that we got to look at and talk about while we signed everything! First photo I took: Wing was removed at some point, had 350z wheels and was a generally clean car, 20 year old car never going to be immaculate I now owned two skylines with the intention of flogging the old s2. (our last photo together) Managed to do just that, it was gone two days after buying my new one. While buying the new car I was fortunate enough to meet someone who would be able to help me through the adventures ahead, Luckily enough a Exec for SAU NSW so now I wont feel awkward going to events! Or trying to rip something apart because he can come fix it
  9. ENTRIES OPEN, LOCATION = EASTERN CREEK WET PAN TIME TABLE 7:00AM GATES OPEN 7:30AM SCRUTINEERING 8:00AM DRIVER SIGN ON 8:45AM DRIVER BRIEFING 9:00AM START TRACK ACTIVITY 4:30PM END TRACK ACTIVITY SPECTATOR everybody is welcome to spectate at our events entry is FREE we have an associate membership package available for spectators costs $50 you get t-shirt, sticker, membership card and a free drink at all our events you can apply for this on the day SCRUTINEERING your car will need to pass scrutineering brakes, brake lights, seatbelts/harnesses, windscreen wipers and headights all need to work properly drivers seat must be secured properly all wheel nuts must be present you will need a secondary bonnet restraint if you dont have one just bring a short rope & the scrutineer will assist you installing it DRIVER/TRAINEE to drive you will need appropriate clothing (non flamable) your clothes must cover you from neck to wrists to ankles closed shoes must be worn and only helmets with the AS1698 sticker affixed can be used COST FOR MEMBERS $100 per person if your a member with driftmob and have a cams license COST FOR NON MEMBERS $120 per person if your not a member with driftmob and have a cams license PASSENGERS/TRAINEES $50 same clothing requirements as a driver, you can ride in any car of your choice CAMS RELATED and COST we can issue you with a cams license on the day $57 yearly L2NS you will need to purchase club membership $45 days L2NS no need to purchase club membership please take note that to be able to hold a yearly cams license you need need to be a member of a cams affiliated car club ,keep in mind it usually takes 4-6 weeks from when you fill your application for cams to process and send out your license for driftmob membership information read on DRIFTMOB MEMBERSHIP if you want to become a member you can apply on the day $50 for an associate membership incudes a t-shirt and membership card $125 for a full membership includes long sleeve shirt, membership card and stickers $175 for a full membership includes long sleeve shirt, membership card, stickers and yearly L2NS $85 for full membership yearly renewal for more information visit http://www.driftmob.com.au HOW TO PAY entrants can pay on the day but we recommend prepaying to secure a spot at this stage we can accept cash and eftpos if you want to pay on the day we also accept over the phone credit card payment call 0406 669 635 (5pm-9pm) PREPAY deposit total amount and bring your reciept with you on the day no prepayments after tuesday 8th may ACCOUNT NAME = DRIFTMOB INC ACCOUNT NUMBER =259589 BSB =032372 BANK =WESTPAC RUNDOWN passengers/trainees are permitted at this event no roll cage nessesary we are track time orientated this means we will not stop for lunch car entries will be capped at 40 cars for more information on DRIFTMOB CAR CLUB visit http://www.driftmob.com.au if you have any questions please ask here , email us [email protected] ---- [email protected] or call 0406 669 635-----0404 490 383 (9am-9pm) the driftmob crew..
  10. Put in these handbrake shoes about this time last year. Car wouldn't off seen over 250k's as its been sitting in the garage since post-matsuri depression kicked in. Never drifted on (handbrake cables are way to stretch to work..). Going hydro. Chasing $180 o.n.o still have original box, suit r32/ceffy (cable drum handbrake). Located in Toowoomba but more then willing to post. There green, google will show you what they look like. http://www.project-mu.com.au/en/products/shoe_inner.php
  11. looking to buy some drift teks or something of similar style (preferably black and 4x114.3) in Victoria. Must have RW tread on all 4 wheels. cheers. not looking to spend more then $1000. cheers
  12. hey guys sadly the car has to go bought a house and will not be able to use it as much as i would like to ive had all the fun i can with this thing but now has to stop... car is well set up never misses a beat well looked after as im a mechanic.. R33 track only .cusco coil overs .front camber arms .rack spacers for more lock .hicas lock bar .locked diff .short shifter .extreme clutch .split fire coil packs .z32 afm .vg30det ecu with nistune board .blitz EBC .MSpec alloy radiator car always runs cool .FMIC .3" straight through exhaust .bucket seat and velo harness n dish wheel .push button start ive removed steering lock and ignition barrel car has been tuned buy the jaustech team on 12psi making a strong and reliable 207kw car skids well at mallala n tailembend chasing around the 7.5k ono mark or with out wheels 6.5k ono but hey make me reasonable offers and see what happins money talks can call or text me on 0408642380
  13. Hi All, Anyone who has prepared for a Motorsport event should be able to identify with this! I filmed the lead up to my Drift event in Adelaide and have put together something i hope makes you laugh and shows the pains we all go to so that we can use/compete in our vehicles! it also shows community Spirit is alive and well. It took me a long time to put this together but it was worth it. OK enough blabbing here it is, I hope you enjoy. lol embed beats me every time, every forum has a different system. I tried searching in the search function, through google, used diff combos, can anyone help here and ill fix it thanks..Cheers Jos
  14. Hi all, I've got an 1992 R32 GTS-T. I'm using it as a daily but I also drift in it. I've done all the relevant suspension mods but i'm now gonna start playing around with the engine. I dont want to do too much to it, my goal is about 300RWHP. But I want quick spool and high torque. All I have mod wise at the moment is a return flow FMIC and a catback exhaust (how I got the car, I haven't touched the engine at all.) I've lots of people tell me different things but I want to get some more opinions on what to do from people that know a little bit more. Goal; 300RWHP out of a RB20DET with quick spool and high torque. Suggestions? K GO!!
  15. For sale - 1989 R32 skyline Built rb26/30 by lewis engines in SA, 6boost manifold, gt3582r turbo, 50mm turbo smart gate, vi-pec ecu and 25 gearbox Tuned by Godzilla Motorsport in Brissy running about 380hp Very safe tune Quick car and very torquey car Currently rego'd till jan next year but will be selling without roady Much more done, car is set up for the track specifically drift any question please call or text or message on here 0432470609 $15500 Ono I'm open to offers guys Mainly after swaps maybe something BMW or euro maybe a v8 or something let me know what ya got, open to offers feel free to ask questions im happy to answer
  16. Sunday 24 March, 9:00am – 5:00pm Drift For A Wish We are supporting Make-A-Wish Australia. Drift & Grip Track day at the Mid Vale Speed Dome. This event will also feature a Car Show n Shine, Raffle and Sausage Sizzle. All proceeds from the day will be donated to the Make-A-Wish Australia Foundation. If you would like to enter your car in the Show N Shine, roll up and register on the day. $5.00, with proceeds going to Make A Wish. Prizes will be awarded for the Show N Shine. (All spots for driving on the track are full, but there will be another event in May) Midvale Speed Dome, Eddie Barron Drive, Midvale 6056 Sunday 24 March, 9:00am – 5:00pm
  17. LOCATION = SYDNEY MOTORSPORT PARK Skid Circuit TIME TABLE 4:00PM GATES OPEN 5:00PM SCRUTINEERING 5:00PM DRIVER SIGN ON 5:30PM DRIVER BRIEFING 6:30PM START TRACK ACTIVITY 10:30PM END TRACK ACTIVITY Please read below for event guide, terms and conditions and standing regulations. 1) SPECTATORS Everybody is welcome to spectate at our events. Entry fee is only $5 per car, which is donated to a Cancer Foundation. 2) SCRUTINEERING All cars will need to pass scrutineering and get signed off by our Chief Scrutineer before being allowed on track. Main Safety requirements: - Brakes - Brake lights - Seatbelts/harnesses - Windscreen wipers - Headlights and tail lights for night events. - Seats installed correctly - No Leaks - Oil Catch can for unregistered Vehicles - All wheels nuts tightened - Fire Extinguisher (Recommended not compulsory) - Secondary bonnet restraint is compulsory. If you do not have one, please bring a short (1 mtr) rope and our Scrutineer will assist you with installing it. - Safety comes first, any cars not meeting requirements will not be allowed on Track. 3) DRIVER/TRAINEE: Non-flammable clothing (Nylon not accepted). Clothes must cover you from neck to wrists to ankles. Enclosed shoes with socks must be worn. Helmets need to have the at least one of the following sticker of approval. FIA 8860-2010, FIA 8860-2004, AS1698, SFI 24.1 and Snell SA2000 3.1) PASSENGERS/TRAINEES: Trainees must be minimum 16 years old to ride in any car of your choice, at drivers discretion. Parental consent required for Passengers/Trainees under 18. $30 members $50 non members 4) COST: Driftmob Members $130 Per Person (Must have a valid existing CAMS license). Non-Members $150 Per Person (Must have a valid existing CAMS license). 4.1) CAMS Licensing and related costs -CAMS license can be issued on the day of event. - To hold a yearly CAMS L2NS (Level 2 Non-Speed) or L2S (Level 2 Speed), you need to be a member of a CAMS affiliated car club. - A temporary slip will be issued on the day for yearly purchases and original copy posted out within 6 weeks. - You can choose to pick up your original copy at our next event as well. 4.2) Driftmob Membership -Driftmob Memberships can be taken out on the day of the event. Package 1 $175 Full yearly membership (includes long sleeve shirt, membership card, stickers and yearly L2NS) Package 2 $125 Full yearly membership (includes long sleeve shirt, membership card and stickers). Package 3 $85 Full membership yearly renewal only. 5) PAYMENT OPTIONS 5.1) PREPAY Account Name: DRIFTMOB INC Account Number:259 589 Bsb:03 2372) Financial Institution: WESTPAC Please mail your confirmation receipts to "[email protected]" - Include the number of entries and the names of the drivers you have paid for. This will reduce a lot of confusion and ease our administrative process. 5.2) Credit Card - Payment can be made over the phone with the Club Secretary. Contact: Angela Phone: 0406 669 635 (5pm-9pm) Monday - Friday. 5.3) Cash or EFTPOS on the day. - Entries are subject to availability. There are no guarantees of availability for entrants on the day. - No reserving spots on the subject of on the day payment. 6) MISCELLANEOUS - Entries Capped at 40 Cars. - Trainees/Passengers permitted in cars at the discretion of the Clerk of Course. Subject to skill level of driver taking passenger. - Our track days are run based on providing surplus track time for our members, therefore we won't stop for lunch but keep running through the till finish. 7) CONTACT: For more information on the Driftmob Car Club visit: http://www.driftmob.com.au/ Or our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/DRIFTMOB.CAR.CLUB facebook event http://www.facebook....events/calendar Urgent Enquiries please Email: 1) [email protected] 2) [email protected] 3) [email protected] Regards, The Driftmob Crew.
  18. mitch09

    Spring is here in canada. Take a look at 2012!
  19. Where: Queensland Raceway, Willowbank When: Saturday 24th-Sunday 25th May, 2014 How much: $200 to enter the Sprints on Saturday; $235 for the Mini-Matsuri Drift on Sunday! Admission: Saturday $20pp, Sunday $20pp, Weekend Pass $30pp - KIDS 12 and under FREE! Saturday 24th May 2014 Time Attack Sprints, Cruising, Show & Shine, Top 10 Shootout Sunday 25th May 2014 All Day Drifting across four layouts including Short Track, Skid Pan and two tracks on the main circuit! To enter the events go to the Queensland Raceway website: http://www.qldraceways.com.au/all-jap-national-titles
  20. $10pp at the gate, $50 to use the skid pan or $80 to use the track and skid pan! Track licence from just $20! To register book online at http://www.qldraceways.com.au/friday-night-drift Passengers welcome, must be 16 years or older and present Photo ID on the night. For more info CALL US on 1800 RACERS! Gates open 4.30pm, cars on track from 6pm!
  21. Hey guys, so Im going to be selling my entire body kit, or individual parts. The kit is a BOMEX kit, looks very clean when fitted. Selling whole for $400 ONO S Selling separately.. Front bar (Small chip from scraping, but will have it fixed: $90 ONO Skirts: $145 Rear: $165 If more pics required, just PM me (: Thanks (:
  22. Post your favourite Skyline bodykits! Go
  23. So, Tanner Foust has handed back the keys for his Fords and Nissans and is now drifting in a Volkswagen Passat. Huh? Its a RWD, 700HP (900HP on nitrous) animal. I'd love to know whose engine or drivetrain is being used as this is the first V8 and RWD Passat that I've ever seen (I'm upset they didnt use the W8). And heres the video. What do you think?
  24. Greegy

    Havent really done one of these things before but i guess ill just wing it Just over a month a go I bought this modified C33 Laurel off an old work mate. He had owned it for a while but decided to sell it when he didnt drive it once during a whole 12 month rego stint. So she was a little dirty but after a little clean up came out alright. She has the following done: Engine: RB25DET Neo Transmission: RB25DET ECU: Power FC Turbo: VG30 hiflowed on standard manifold Suspension: Tien coilovers all round Other mods: FMIC, 3' exhaust, Splitfire coilpacks, 640cc injectors (havent confirmed?), full cage! All the mods are modplated and all legal (mostly ) All the work was done in Japan before it was imported for my pleasure. Couple little things I needed to attend to...like speedo not working, lack of clear on the LHR quarter and respray the front bar. Was super happy how this thing went for a Nissan, believe it or not i didn't even have to pop the bonnet for 2 weeks! Took it to a track day and had a blast. Beat alot of things, got beaten by alot also A mate of mine runs a car photography on facebook, 'Street Alliance' (check it out ) . So hes been lapping up the photos of the Laurel. Had a problem develope at the start of this week where i was loosing my clutch pedal if i didnt keep it pumped up. On investigation found the slave wasnt really sealing at all. Threw a new one in and all good again Being the apprentice at Hi-Power Racing in QLD was time for a little touch up tune to clean it up a little. Learnt alot from that. Need to look at another turbo setup in the near future. Maxing power output at around 15psi. Was always wondering why my left tailight was darker then the right like it was tinted. Found out on the dyno Plans for the future arent too crazy. Thinking, High mount manifold Forward facing plenum GTX35r Fuel system for e85 or eflex 5 stud conversion One thing i can say is i really enjoy something so unique that everyone can enjoy and appreciate as much as I do. It is turning me into a bit of a photo whore though.
  25. Queensland Raceway regularly hosts Friday Night Drift Practice which provides top drivers a chance to test new setups and equipment but more so an opportunity for new-comers and social drivers to see how their car performs - and most importantly how their driving stacks up. Friday Night Drift Practice is a great social night as we run 2 drift circuits simultaneously as well as the skid pan in the front car park. The night is STRICTLY limited to 100 drivers so entry is on a first-in, best dressed basis. All you need is: A rear wheel drive car Neck to ankle clothing An AS/NZS 1698 Standards helmet Closed in footwear QR Clubman licence Mates to help change wheels and tyres Spare tyres for the drive home Practice Dates for 2014: Friday 14th February 2014 Friday 28th February 2014 Friday 14th March 2014 Friday 28th March 2014 Friday 18th April 2014 Friday 25th April 2014 Friday 16th May 2014 Friday 6th June 2014 Friday 13th June 2014 Times: Gates open for Drivers and Spectators at 4:30pm and Drift sessions commence at 6:00pm. Prices Drift & Skid Pan $80.00pp Skid Pan ONLY $50.00pp Gate Entry $10.00pp Passengers no additional cost. Must be 16 years & over (Photo ID must be shown). For more information please phone the office on : 1800 RACERS