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Disclaimer, I don't excuse myself for my behavior. I'll split this up into two parts, Before kids and after kids. Cause that's what'll stop you building kiddos. Children. You like cars? Unless you are swimming in cash; WEAR A f**kING CONDOM. (My 4 children are my blessing, I wouldn't have it any way; Just giving real advice) So a good half a decade or probably more, I purchased an R34 GTT. Always been a S chassis boy prior, Wanted to do a big power SR20 skidder with an RB box behind it...Till I drove a big power SR. They ain't exactly fun, So can only get so much out of 2.0L and 4 cylinders before it becomes a shit car to drive. Then thought about RB converting my 180 at the time, Put the pen to paper and decided the wiser move would be to just buy a Skyline. At the time, Japanese cars were still cheap and Tracy Grimshaw's head didn't have so much girth. (What a mad word.) So I bought an R34 GTT. Seemed like the right choice at the time for someone who wanted a big power skidder. Motor was healthy with perfect comp, Cleaned it up and sent it for a nistune with Toshi. During the process we found the car had a Link G4 ECU; Winning! She made a healthy 190RWKW with the standard snail on 98. Can't remember the boost guys, But don't bother doing this with a standard OP6 turbo; It'll shatter as I found out laying a good 2nd for the boys, Cause you DDTB nomsayin? So after the f**k about on that, I got motivated to build that drift car. Kept it real simple; - 1000cc Injectors, Kinugawa TD06 W a Garret 60-1, Walbro 460 In-tank pump and E85. Got Mick's Motorspot involved for the tune. She made 310RWKW like a baws. I through on a full adjustable steering kit and sat the car on some Blitz ZZR coilovers. I have purchased pretty much all coil overs for my vehicles over the years; For the couple extra quid; Get the Blitz ZZR's. They ride perfect in every way I want. Soft, But not too soft. Firm enough to feel the road. Good travel and handles well when the car's weight is shifted around suddenly. Got some basic aesthetics for the car. Remember kids, OEM+ wins. (Phone camera's also got good). First off. I know. I fuggin know. Dat seat height. I'm a big boy. This thing was a blast to drive, I can't remember what year it was but I was going to try taking my drifting more seriously (Yes. I was going to skid this thing. How f**king insane is income when you don't have children) but then the head lifted from my go happy right foot and the missus pregnancy test showed positive... Which contrary to what I initially thought; Positive does not mean all good. What a shit time for something like this to happen! I'll never get the car done! And so she got put into the shed (Considered selling a few times but couldn't) and our friend Tracy... Well she got kinda popular among us. The police started to bully us. Defect stations were everywhere. Every "Mitsubishi WRX" was on today tonight getting defected. Now I am not saying that I am directly responsible for Sydney's lock-out laws, But last time you could have a good night at The Cross with bag'n'the boys; This car was running. Co-incidence? I think not.
Greetings! I'm super happy to say we've come on board with SAU as an official trader! You've possibly seen me sifting around posting here and there but now we're allowed to advertise and post deals which is excellent. Moonlight Racing has been in business for over 10 years, starting in New Zealand and now branching out into the lucky and most excellent country of Australia. We are based in Victoria and can source pretty much anything from almost anywhere. In our 10 years of business we've made a whole heap of contacts all around the world that can help you get what you need. We have secured the Australian dealership for Megan Racing and also Whistler Wheels. Megan Racing is one of the world leaders for suspension and bracing parts and they have a growing catalogue of parts which includes Skyline bits. Whistler Wheels is a wheel brand from USA which does entry level wheels, good for those that aren't looking to spend a huge amount of money on something to get moving while still looking decent. Those are only two of the hundreds of different brands we can supply so don't be shy, ask away if there's something you'd like us to price up for you. Check out our current line card here - http://www.moonlightracingaustralia.com/linecard We aim to have our container shipments from Japan up and running some time next year as well which will open the doorway for larger or heavy items which may have no other way of shipping. Our yard is situated in Osaka and we can buy from anywhere in Japan as well. We have been shipping containers for about 5 years now from Japan so have a pretty solid system setup. So just send a message over, email email@example.com and be sure to join our Facebook page if you're into that - https://www.facebook.com/moonlightracingaus/