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  1. From the album Arctopus album

    The first weekend after buying my R I took her into the hills. With nobody on the road and poor visibility it made for an unforgettable drive.
  2. Nissan Sentra Nismo Nissan has unveiled the 2017 Nissan Sentra under the name of its performance division, Nismo. The Sentra joins the likes of the legendary Nismo vehicles such the GT-R, 370Z and Juke. The aggressive-looking body and styling updates with engineering mastery by Nissan is sure to make this model a better competitor among the line-up of Subaru WRX, Volkswagen GTI and Ford Focus ST. Powertrain: Under the hood, lies a 1.6 l turbocharged engine, inline four cylinder engine producing 188 ponies at 5600 rpm, 58 hp more than the standard Sentra. The company calls the 1.6L engine a track-inspired performance variant. The turbocharger comes with an intercooler to boost the performance of the engine. The Sentra Nismo features a front-wheel drive similar to the 2016 standard Sentra. Nissan has equipped the Sentra with a Nismo-tuned manual six-speed transmission. In addition to the manual variant, a performance tuned Xtronic CVT is available. The curb weight and weight distribution of the 2017 model are 1378 kg and 61:39 for the manual transmission and 1408 kg and 62:38 for the CVT version respectively. 1:16 is (horsepower: pounds) the power: weight ratio of the manual transmission. Chassis: The chassis has Nismo-specific enhancements which include re-tuned independent suspensions. Torsion beam suspension and mono-tube dampers make sure the ride and handling is in-line with the standards of a track car. The high-pressure gas damper provides better response to changes. The tuned chassis enhances body control. The body work includes trademark of Nismo-branded vehicles such as lower stance, blackened grille and red stripes all around. One important aerodynamic upgrade is the Nismo’s signature "layered double wing". The bodywork upgrades and aero treatments reduce rear lift by 30 percentage and the coefficient of drag is 0.29.It sports an 18” aluminum alloy wheels fitted with Brembo brakes and all-season tires. Interior: The Interior designs of the Sentra Nismo are unique and track-inspired. It has a 370Z inspired steering wheel which features an electric-assist system. Red accents which are signature styles of the Nismo are found throughout the interiors. Leather stripes and Carbon fibre looks give more of an aesthetic appearance to the Sentra Nismo. The seats are heavily bolstered and sporty. The Alcantara leather can be found in interior trims and steering wheel grip cover. The instrument cluster features tachometer output with NISMO red labelling. More pics on the Global Nissan site. What do you think?
  3. For Sale: GTiR PowerFC with commander (hand controller) - plug included $850 SOLD new belts - $15 each (6PK1175, 5PK0840, 5PK0825, 4PK955, 4PK860, 4PK855, 4PK775) GTiR turbo manifold - SOLD 2x NEW OEM SR20 PCV valves - $15 each N14/15 Whiteline rear swaybar end links w/ bushes (used but good condition) - $40 FWD SR20Distributor cap (not much oxidisation) - $30 SSS 15/16" master cylinder - $30 N15 ABS unit and relays - $20 Timing chain (off GTiR) - $20 SR20 water pump pulley - $15 16x GTiR retainers - $20 for all 1x GTiR cam gear - $10 N15 ECU plastic cover/enclosure thing - $10 Rocker cover gasket (used) + spark plug O-rings (new) - $30 Valve steam seals (exhaust & intake, new) - $40 Intake gaskets (from GTiR, might fit others) - $20 each 2x graphite exhaust gaskets - $10 each Various turbo gaskets - $10 each for metal, $5 each for others Graphite head gasket - $20 metal head gasket - $40 GTiR OEM oil cooler - $30 GTiR sandwich plate (for running remote oil filter, fittings included) - $30 Earl's remote oil thermostat w/ fittings - SOLD Remote oil filter relocation kit w/ hose fittings - $40 Greddy PRofec B spec II with remote switching system Includes all plugs and required wires, air fittings, Greedy 3-port boost control solenoid (with mounting base), dash unit, remote switching receiver and remote switch. Condition: Good Location: Rowville, VIC Price: $260. SOLD Greddy Turbo Timer Includes plugs and wiring. Condition: Good Location: Rowville, VIC Price: $40 SOLD Bee*R rev limiter Condition: Good Location: Rowville, VIC Price: $180. SOLD
  4. For sale is my 1997 Nissan Pulsar VZR. This car was specially sourced and imported by Iron Chef Imports and complied by JLM. I am the first Australian owner.I bought the car in August 2012 with 62 000 genuine KM. This car was completely stock and has a full Japanese logbook service history from the day it left the Nissan dealer. It has been my daily and now has 88 xxx KM, and has been serviced every 5-10 thousand Km. All servicing has been carried out by JLM. The car now runs beautifully as i have spared no expense in maintaining it, and since owning it i have replaced the following: - Clutch - Front brake Rotors - All four brake pads - Left and right front, outer CV boots (october 2013) - Rocker cover gasket - All coolant hoses _ Radiator with SSS core (nov 2013) -Front engine mount -rear engine mount - Vct solenoid (may 2014) This car is a non accident car and the body is in excellent condition. Since owning the car i've had two panel beaters inspect the body and both have found that all bolts , welds, seals and panel gaps are as per factory. The doors, boot, bonnet and guards have never been removed, and the chassis is very straight. Having previously owned an Aus delivered Pulsar SSS, i can tell you that the performance of the VZR is considerably better and the NEO VVL also provides better fuel economy. The VZR is also cheaper to Insure as it's 1.6 L engine does not classify it as a sports car. In short a perfect P Plater Car or a great daily that's still plenty of fun on the weekend. Car has 6 months rego. I am selling to make way for a skyline. All inspections are welcome, this is a very clean and original car. Condition will not dissapoint. Location - Sydney Price-$ 10 000 ONO Please PM me for contact details. Jason
  5. Year: 1991 Colour: Black Location: Car is Located in Wodonga Vic, but can be inspected in Melbourne on Request. Reg & Expiry: Currently reg to June 2014 - Sold without RWC VIN: RNN14-XXXXXX Kilometres: 170,XXX ish Price: $9500 ONO Contact: PH/TXT - 0427041658 Email - [email protected] 1991 RA GTI-R: Due to changing circumstances I am putting my beloved R up for sale. I have owned and loved (although, like the rest of you, not as much as I would have liked/afforded) this car since 2006. I dont know who owned the car before me and i have no idea of its history, but it doesn't matter as its basically been fully rebuilt since i've owned it. I'm just going to list everything an add details regarding aspects of the car, both known and speculated. Exterior: Black. Factory Sunroof. Sunroof seal is in excellent condition. Paint and body work is in fair condition. The clear is starting to whiten on the roof and on bonnet. Front Left quarter has two shopping trolly dents. Paint has swirl marks and a few large scratches on bonnet and quarters. I suspect that the car has had dent removal done, as clear is starting to wear through onto what looks like bog. Paint has worn on passenger mirror from car cover. Front bar has had center cut, to allow mounting of front mount, but has no tow hook cover. Laguna Splitter. Currently has the N14 Flat Bonnet, but comes with Poor condition OEM Bonnet. Wheels: OZ Superturizmos 15x7s - Poor Condition - RE002 195/50R15's Probably not roadworthy. ROH 16x7's and some Random 17inch Chromies will also come with the car. Both of these sets have RWC Tyres. Interior: Standard, Except for: Fixed Back Drivers Seat on Fixed Rails. OMP "Genuine Copy" Deep Dish Wheel with 45mm Spacer. Will also come with OEM Steering Wheel and Drivers Seat. Drivers seat has had a small tear repaired. Dash Pad is MINT I have recently recovered the doors in Faux Suede, due to the vinyl originals cracking. No rear Parcel Shelf. Nismo Gearknob. Metal Racing Pedals. Ark Design Multi Function Display. Link Spark Plug Cover. Optima D51 Dry Cell Located on the Floor Behind the Drivers seat. Steel Mountings. Engine: JHH Engineering Fully Built Forged Motor. (Receipts Provided) 20 Thou Over, Forged Everything. Tomei Head Gasket, Rebuilt Head, Ported, Polished. Y-Bracket removed. TMIC Brackets removed along with Oil/Air separator. Modified thermostat housing. Custom Catch Can Setup (PCV Bypass) 10 Row Grex oil cooler, with Remote filter mount/85 degree thermostat. Nismo / Proflex / Gspec Engine Mounts. PWR 50mm Radiator (Rare) Davies Craig 10' Thermofan Silicone Everything. ECCS: Vipec SR20DET Short Header Plugin ECU Resistor Pack Bypass Eboost2 (60PSI Version) Fuel: Xspurt 1000cc (ID1000's) High Impedance Injectors. Bosch 040 Intank Pump. Bosch 044 External Pressure Pump 600ml Surge Tank. Steel Cover in Boot. Gearbox: 5.5kg Flywheel Exedy Cushion Button Clutch with New Clutch Fork and Pivot Ball, <5000km Old 2nd Hand Gearbox (Condition and Kays Unknown),but shifts nice and no noises. TORSEN II Front Differential Custom Factory Shortshifter Intake: Custom alloy airbox, mounted behind FL Headlight. Drift dry air filter. Custom 100mm intake pipe to turbo, with silicon hose. Hybrid FMIC core, custom I/C piping. I/C painted black. Greddy Type-S BOV Silcone Everything. Exhaust: Trust Flange Manifold, with external Gate pipe. This is a very old genuine manifold in GoodC ondition. Was repaired due to cracking, before a brace was added. Heat Wrapped. Trust / Greddy T67-25G 8cm Exhaust Wheel. 100mm inlet. Tial MV-S 40mm 2 1/4 inch to 3 Inch mild Steel Dump. Dump runs for about 6 inches at 2 1/4 then to full three Inch. Stainless/Mild 3 Inch system. Exhaust is a bit of a frankenstien, flex between dump and cat, stainless from cat to rear subframe. F-truck mild steel muffler (Huge) mounted sideways under rear of car. Suspension: BC Coilovers, as new. 6kg/mm F, 4 kg/mm R. Whiteline Rear Swaybar No Front Swaybar New Front Lover (Increased Castor 1 Degree) control arm bushes, Lower Parallel links and Toe Control Rod bushes replaced with Nolathane Items Rear Subframe Bushes Replaced. Mines (Cusco) Front Strut brace. Cusco Rear Strut Brace. OEM Swaybars will supplied with the sale. Brakes: DBA Slotted Rotors Front, Standard back. QFM A1RM's up front, bendix OEM replacement rear. Braided Brake Lines Brake Stopper Brake Booster Bypass (Can be removed) PICTURES.
  6. This is an ad for a friend (its an amazing machine). Please contact him and not me. Item Description: Pulsar 93 Jap Spec SSS converted AWD / GTi-R RB hybrid Location: Melbourne Kilometers: 138000 Item Condition: Stunning in most respects, see extra info for more. Reason for selling: I want someone else to continue the dream Price and price conditions: Offers (around $12K) Extra Info: This was once another members project car, started in 2004 and completed the major modifications in 2007. I bought it in 2008 as I had gone as far as I could with my U13 FWD Jap Spec and this seemed the logical next step. Since buying it in it's "project" state I spent a further $9K in sorting out and strengthening the diffs and the gearbox. I also redid the intercooler and put on a GTi-R bonnet. This allowed me to put in Air Conditioning (recently serviced 3 months ago for $650). Interior needed to be redone with new carpets etc as some parts had gone missing in the last "strip out". The car was off the road for quite a long time and lately the car has been driven on weekends mostly. It has never been my daily driver but saying that it drives perfectly in traffic etc and I am still smiling after a 2 hour expedition to Geelong. I just paid the rego in Feb and realised that I am being selfish for holding on to it as someone else could appreciate a bit of PGA history and give it the love I wish I had the time to give it. Therefore "this is the year I sell" and it will also be the first time in 10 years I have not owned a Jap Spec SSS. Here was the write up from the previous owner that captures perfectly the essence of why this car was built: A significant amount of money was spent on the car, I knew back when I started I would never make any of it back, it was planned to be a all-purpose daily driver. Two vehicles were used in the creation, a fully intact RB spec GTi-R purchased for this purpose, and my original '93 model Jap spec SSS. Neither of the vehicles were crashed or damaged before the conversion. Specs and parts are as follows: - GTiR RB Drivetrain/Gearbox (with front mechanical LSD), in conjunction with standard middle/rear LSDs. This drivetrain in conjunction with the suspension kit and better weight distribution (compared with a standard GTi-R) results in significant power oversteer, especially in the wet, so I would suggest a more experienced driver. - GTiR Model SR20DET straight out of above vehicle with 80,000km at the time of the conversion. Engine is otherwise unmodified. - Turbo is an GT2871R (bigger 440hp model) with HPC coated exhaust manifold and turbo ex housings. - APEXI AVC-R Boost controller. - Brakes are standard GTi-R brakes running Bendix ultimate pads all around. - Walbro GSS341 fuel pump - Exhaust is custom dual 2" system, a split dump pipe into 2" straight from the turbo to the rear mufflers, i.e. 2x catalytic converters, 2x resonators, and 2x mufflers, this was done to quiten down the system while trying not to restricting flow. The bumper had modifications done for the dual mufflers, in a "tasteful" way (i.e. no cannons), atm there are no tips on the mufflers. - Full GTi-R whiteline works suspension kit with Koni yellow adjustable shocks - Cusco front strut brace - Nismo front brake master cylinder brace - Full respray in Turbine Mica Grey (a heavy metallic-pearl grey colour used on the higher spec Commodores/HSVs). - Webasto Hollandia Sunroof (Stratos 700 model) with rolled edge roof (no ugly 'rubber trimming' like on most aftermarket sunroofs) - Genuine GTi-R front aluminium 'scuff plate' - N15 SSS Wheels (Lenso P600 are currently for sale separately) As it was never completed this vehicle is NOT ENGINEERED. It is however still registered and had a roadworthy after the completion, but it is adviseable that it be engineered if it was desired to be a daily driver (especially for insurance purposes). The car has current Victorian registration and insurance until January '14. For the bad points, well of course the engineers. There is also a rust bubble patch on the leading edge of the GTi-R bonnet as well as a paint blemish on the top of the drivers side C Pillar. The 2 front seats are dirty / marked (but I have put covers on them). There is no head unit or amp (but the speakers and tweeters are in there). The car could do with a dyno and tune as the Apexi has never been fully tuned / set up. I did have it mounted "stealth" in the sunvisor though. The previous owner and I totalled up the money he had spent to date and stopped when it hit $42,000, even things like the sunroof was $2500. Considering I have done most of the hard work (apart from the engineering) and spent an extra $9,000 you can see that this car has had some serious $$$ spent on it. With that in mind I am looking for $12K. Happy to chat on the phone 0438 543 738. David.
  7. Item Description: Stock N15 S2 SSS Location: Melbourne Kilometers: 246,000 Item Condition: Good, Excellent for the kms Reason for selling: Company car, already have a weekender Price and price conditions: $4700 Extra Info: I've had the car since 2010 (182,000kms), second owner. Just had it serviced and also recently did some maintenance, includes RWC. Rego July 2013. 5x Bridgestone ER300 tyres, less than 2000kms old (previous set lasted 60,000kms) New NGK O2 sensor (nothing wrong, old one was just dirty) VZR foglights with genuine switch and covers. Paint is in good nick, photos dont really do it justice. More images:
  8. So i've always had some sort of sport car reliable or unreliable, bug eye wrx, r32 gts-t, and 2 180sx's. Now finally set my mind on hoping to have a keeper, 1994 nissan pulsar gti-r. Bought it unregisted for about a month now, waiting on funds as its xmas and an apprentice its gonna take ages to get it past the mvr for rego. heres a pic of it
  9. Modifications to Date: Engine: *P11 SR20VE *SR20DE ECU with Nistune Board *Custom 3" Aluminium Intake with Custom Pod Box *2.5" Exhaust Magnaflow Mufflers, SSAC Headers *Polyurethane Solid Engine Mounts *N1 Cams *Cam Gears *Greddy MSS Switching the cams *Tuned at Insight Motorsport at 125kw atw Gearbox/Drivetrain: *Nismo 1.5 way LSD *Excedy Ceramic Button Clutch *TWM Short Shifter *PAR 4.1kg Flywheel *Hydraulic Clutch Setup Brakes/Handling: *BC BR Coilovers *Whiteline Adjustable Rear Sway Bar *R33 GTST 4 pot calipers *N16 Pulsar Hubs *R33 GTST DBA T - Slot rotors *EBC Greenstuff Pads *Cusco 3 Point Rear Body Brace Wheels/Tyres: Enkei RPF01 16x8 +38 Kumho KU36 215/45 R16 Future Mods: *Custom Intake Manifold *4-1 Extractors (From the US of A) *13.5:1 Compression So I've finally got off my arse and decided to make an intro thread, ive been on this forum for a couple of years, bought my N15 SSS in Feb 2008 lol now i cant get rid of it, the modification bug has bitten me hard. I started off with a bog stock N15 SSS, with a full service history, previously 2 female drivers. Still being a red P plater at the time image was fairly important (LOL) Here's a picture of what it looked like the day i picked it up: So.. Id had the car about 6 months and i decided to start looking for some rims and some lowered springs, I decided on a set of Osaka Zeus wheels 17x7 +42 offset, very conservative, your typical Bob Jane T Mart wheels, they did the job. Then a week or 2 later i purchased some Pedders Sports Ryda lowered springs and brand new KYB shocks. This was a huge mistake, the ride was horrible, but those springs stayed on the car for a while. I started getting a bit curious as to how much more power and exhaust would give me, (i have a fair few other mates with Pulsars) not planning to do any other "engine modifications" and wanting to keep noise to a minimum i decided to go for a full 2" mandrel bent system from Liverpool Exhaust. ROAD TRIP!! They did an awesome job on the exhaust, got it dynoed at a Volkswagon Dyno Day (a few other mates love their VW's) just after i got it done and it pulled a healthy 93kw atw. I was stoked. I wanted the pulsar to handle again, so i bought and installed a Whiteline Adjustable Swaybar. I have to admit, 99% of people on the forum recommend these, and they are all right, the handling difference was noticable straight away. Alot more turn in, alot less body roll, all round just a really great modification. But then I started getting bored yet again, I was notified by Dean, a mate of mine that a member on this forum was selling a pair of Tomei Poncams and tomei cam gears. Those cams where mine Once the cams arrived Dean and myself couldn't wait to get them bolted in, they were in in no time at all, both coming from mechanical backgrounds. The cams were awesome fun! But then i just wanted more again... To amend the ride quality and enhance the handling of my little pulsar i decided to purchase a set of BC BR Coilovers from JustJap, these were easy to install, very straight forward and the ride quality was instantly transformed, alot smoother than lowered springs and KYB shocks, thats for sure. I ended up purchasing a 1.5 way Nismo LSD from GC Corp, and an SR20VE from an importer in Brisbane. While i was waiting for the engine to arrive i was doing as much research as i could about the engine conversion and stumbled across a guy selling a SR20DE ECU with a Nistune board, so i bought that. There was also a Greddy MSS on Ebay, knowing how rare they are i snapped it straight up. The engine arrived and there was alot of excitement, due to lack of space at my house i ended up doing it at another forum member/mates place the conversion went smoothly thanks to Dean for the assistance. So the engine was finally in, wired up and running. A few weeks later Dean had bought another forum members old DET pod box, i borrowed it off him and got one of my sheety mates to knock one up out of 3mm aluminium, it looks great. Then i decided to make up a 3" CAI for the VE, just to help it breathe a bit more. Being able to make aluminium stick with a TIG welder certainly made it a fair bit easier With the intake done the next obvious thing was to do something about the exhaust. With the AUD being reasonably high I jumped onto the Summit Racing website and ordered a new 200 cell highflow cat, 1x 16" resinator and a rear muffler, all magnaflow, all stainless steel. And off i went to Liverpool Exhaust again, being impressed by their workmanship last time. Yet again they did an amazing job. A short while after the engine was in, i had the rear main start leaking. Yes it was replaced when i did the conversion. So another box out job, whilst the box was out i installed a 4.1kg PAR flywheel and Exedy Ceramic button clutch. What a difference! About 12 months went by and i was content with how the car was going, then i got the itch for more power. Time for the N1 cams! With the N1 cams and Tomei cam gears sourced and ordered i played the waiting game, but not for long. In the mean time i decided that i wanted to do a hydraulic clutch conversion and also upgrade the brakes to R33 GTST items. At the time i was looking at hydraulic clutches a full kit came up for sale in Newcastle! Talk about timing. So with that snapped up all i had to do was get the brakes sorted. This didnt take long, with rotors ordered, calipers bought and rebuilt and hubs bought, redrilled and new bearings installed and new cams and cam gears in my shed i was ready to get to work. The end result... an awesome dailey driver/track hack. After i got the car tuned it felt ALOT quicker, it was running very very rich in the top end, which Scott sorted out for me.
  10. For sale is my 1999 Nissan Pulsar Plus - 1.6L 4cyl, 5 speed manual. Incredibly economical and cheap as chips to run. Has never missed a beat and is/was serviced regularly (full service history supplied). 12 months rego (July 2013) and RWC. Body is in excellent condition with no damage and no scratches. Surprising for a car of its age!! Not modified and comes unmolested. Perfect for people needing a cheap run around or a first car. Looking for $5,500 neg - (PM as per forum rules)