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Jzx90 Chaser Drift Car


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So yeah bringing back my drift car from the last Japan trip.

Drove this puppy 2000kms from Osaka to Ebisu and back.. Was rather good fun :lol:

Ready to drift, jump in and go. nuff said. never missed a beat at all.

Coilpacks all re sealed in japan, new plugs, oil were all done as soon as we got there. fault finding before drifting came up with nothing. Its a toyota, faults dont happen.

Specs:

Toyota JZX90 Chaser

~90,000kms

30mm front guards (drivers needs slight repair as it has a crack,

negligible if your a real man)

Full lip kit (unsure of brand, but looks tough. Front lip needs a bit

of love, or replacement)

Front pipe back exhaust (cat pipe and cat back)

HKS Triple Plate clutch

Labyrinth 2pd super lock Knuckles (spinning this car is NOT easy, awesome knuckles)

KTS tie rods

Kazama castor rods (110 conversion)

Solid rear cradle bushes

TRD 2 way LSD

Buddy Club Coilovers

FMIC

Koyo big ass Radiator

Greddy radiator return

Blitz SBCid Boost Controller

Blitz Rvit monitor system

Fuel pump is done

Defi Boost gauge with defi controller

Recaro passenger seat

Bride Ergo Driver seat

Nardi steering wheel

Rolls on 17x9 +11 front and 17x9 +17 rear vip dishies as shown in pics

ALSO comes with a set of 4 origin dna02 wheels 17x9 +30 white (seen in pic on the right)

dildo shift knob

Comes with stock front arms

other bits on it i cant remember. Basically its rather awesome.

Race Rally import (if someone is thinking of getting creative, i dont wanna know about it :lol:)

Located in Adelaide

$9000

(7.5k without the origins, rolling on R33 stockies, recaro drivers seat, stock passenger seat)

Contact me on

0405108194

or [email protected]

Catch

Pics Here

http://www.nissansilvia.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=487033

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