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MaximuSmurf

vic  2001 ADM Nissan S15 200sx - 336rwkw EFR turbo

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Time to let the S15 go now after 8 years of ownership. Somewhat negotiable depending on ease of sale and additional parts wanted. I hope the below will convey my efforts for quality and doing things the 'right' way.

$24,000 ono

I've spent an awful lot of time researching and money spent to try and build one of the most versatile and responsive street cars. Probably most responsive, driveable, and usable 338rwkw you can make. Excellent static response from the medium sized Borg Warner, twin scroll manifold, smaller cams which retain VCT for great low-mid RPM power and torque. Plus the fantastic transient (off/on boost) response from the EFR series turbos. Combined makes ~260rwkw by 4000rpm

Safety measures always used including having a turbo speed sensor to ensure it's never pushed past it's manufacturer recommended maximum (sitting at around 90% at the moment)

Have a massive stack of invoices for all work and parts done to the car over the years.

Forged engine (258 poncams + VCT)
  - JE Forged Pistons
  - Scat Forged Conrods
  - ACL Race Bearings
  - ARP Main Studs
  - ARP Head Studs
  - Nitto Head Gasket
  - 'Performance' Valve Springs
  - Tomei 258 Poncams
  - New VCT Gear (<3,000kms old)
  - Springy Motors specially designed rocker arm protection guard to prevent damage to engine rockers (much improved over other designs)
  - All professionally machined and installed

Full-race T4 Twin Scroll High mount manifold (with 2000c thermal coating)
  - External wastegate model with the ports clamped shut should you want ot go to EWG in future
Borg Warner EFR7163 Turbo T4 Twin Scroll 0.80 rear (custom braided lines)
  - Upgrade Turbosmart EFR series BOV Borg Warner Turbo speed sensor wired into Link G4+ ECU
Link G4+ ECU
 - Canbus Wideband
 - Ethanol sensor to ECU for Flex fuel
Mazworx topfeed fuel rail (custom braided lines)
Bosch 1650cc injectors
Turbosmart FPR800 Fuel pressure regulator
Inline 100micron fuel filter
  - much easier to access and replace compared to stock, also washable and re-usable
Walbro 460LP/h Fuel Pump
 - direct wired to battery with safety relay in place
Havoc Fabrications front mount intercooler piping and
 - Aeroflow core (not through battery tray)
Havoc Fabrications custom turbo intake with pod filter
 - Enclosed in a box for neatness, legality and lower intake temperatures
Havoc Fabrications custom 3" Turbo back exhaust
 - vband at turbo, high flow catalytic converter and high quality magnaflow muffler
 - Tucks up nice and high under the body for great clearance
RB25 gearbox with Z32 bellhousing (Engineered to Slide conversion)
NPC Heavy Duty Organic Clutch
GKtech braided clutch lines
Hardrace hardened rubber Engine and Gearbox mounts

Whiteline swaybars front and rear
Shockworks coilovers
SPL Camber arms
Nismo GT Pro 1.5 Way LSD
Enkei RPF1 wheels 17x9 +22 wheels
 - 255/40/17 Federal RS-RR on the front
 - Brand new 255/40/17 Hankook RS4's on the rear

Full vertex bodykit kit
JDM bits
 - Steering wheel
 - Seats
 - Electric fold in mirrors
 - Silvia badging inside and out
Custome Blue EL backlit dash
Pioneer BT headunit with handsfree
Custom neat 10" sub box with amp
 - Mounted in the boot in the S15 'shelf'
 - Quick release plugs, for fast removal / install (~2mins)

Owned it for 8 years (since it was a simple 190rwkw with stock turbo) 265,000kms on chassis (120,00kms on it when I got the car), about 7,000kms on engine. It's my daily driver and is always treated with care. Always warmed up correctly before driven. Fresh full synth oil every 3,000-5,000kms. Last pic shows has perfect front height and car fits perfectly over any 'standard height' gutters. Only accident (to my knowledge) was cosmetic panel dent years ago while I owned it.

No RWC included.

 

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Sounds like a very nice set up you have. Wondering if you could help me out with a question about the JDM electric folding mirrors, I want to put them on my ADM and was googling and this post can up. Anyway were they just a simple swap and plug in using the JDM mirrors and switch? Thanks in advance. 

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Sounds like a very nice set up you have. Wondering if you could help me out with a question about the JDM electric folding mirrors, I want to put them on my ADM and was googling and this post can up. Anyway were they just a simple swap and plug in using the JDM mirrors and switch? Thanks in advance. 
Yeah the job is fairly easy, I spliced into the wires as it was easier. All the wires are in the adm model. Like you said you'll need the jdm mirrors and the switch. I used the following article as a referrence.

https://www.jull.net/s15-tech-guides/mirror-motors

Good luck with the sale Kurt

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