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My all most complete project

Postby JDMonster » 04 Sep 2012 18:47

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby S15DET » 04 Sep 2012 18:52

Very nice!!!!!! How 'bout some details? SR20DE with no ITB's, criminal! No parking brake, or is it internal? Air bags?
Nice interior, and those gauges! A lot to like here!!!

Do you happen to have a photo of the back of those wheels, I've been curious. They're a cool look on that Coupe. Nice material for the night.

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby JDMonster » 04 Sep 2012 19:07

S15DET wrote:Very nice!!!!!! How 'bout some details? SR20DE with no ITB's, criminal! No parking brake, or is it internal? Air bags?
Nice interior, and those gauges! A lot to like here!!!

Do you happen to have a photo of the back of those wheels, I've been curious. They're a cool look on that Coupe. Nice material for the night.



No ITB's...... Yet. Havent come up with a parking brake solution yet, not sure that I will even do one. I dont plan on daily driving the car im scared to death someone will hit the car. No air bags! The interior is clean as well, new carpet, SSS Door panels, Old School Recaro front seats. Im still waiting on my front windshield from Japan, should be here in a few days. Engine Wiring harness will be here shortly from Wiring Specialties (HIGHLY RECOMMEND THOSE GUYS). The car will be at SEMA this year as a feature vehicle for Prosport Gauges.

The wheels........ Ive had these for sometime, they are my babies LOL. They are Advan Oni's in stagered fitment. 15x6.5 +2 Rear +12 Front and have been completely refurbished by memory fab, Tires are Federal 165/40-R15. I know the stance isnt for everyone but its stricly a show car. I will start another Datsun build soon im sure, Im addicted!

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby okayfine » 04 Sep 2012 19:36

JDMonster wrote:I dont plan on daily driving the car im scared to death someone will hit the car.

but its stricly a show car.


Do you have agreed-value insurance? Given the use it will see, it fits perfectly, and you can specify the coverage level as long as you have something to back it up with.

I use Hagerty. They're at JCCS every year.
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Re: My all most complete project

Postby indy510 » 04 Sep 2012 19:53

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That oil pan must be on the ground .. :lol: .. what's the tire size?? 15" or 16"?? .. That's probably the sexiest car I've ever seen . good job!!

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby JDMonster » 04 Sep 2012 20:04

indy510 wrote:.
That oil pan must be on the ground .. :lol: .. what's the tire size?? 15" or 16"?? .. That's probably the sexiest car I've ever seen . good job!!


They are Advan Oni's in stagered fitment. 15x6.5 +2 Rear +12 Front and have been completely refurbished by memory fab, Tires are Federal 165/40-R15.

Thanks

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby StrutlessWonder » 04 Sep 2012 20:06

Very nice. Very low.
Please use more than two lug nuts per wheel before driving.
More pictures please!
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Re: My all most complete project

Postby JDMonster » 04 Sep 2012 20:09

StrutlessWonder wrote:Very nice. Very low.
Please use more than two lug nuts per wheel before driving.
More pictures please!



LOL ya, thats the first time its been out of the Garage in 6 months. Im waiting on my Neo Chrome front lugs to be machined

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby kayakdude07 » 04 Sep 2012 20:15

Wow that looks very very nice. Is that paint code of of anything specific?
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Re: My all most complete project

Postby JDMonster » 05 Sep 2012 01:53

kayakdude07 wrote:Wow that looks very very nice. Is that paint code of of anything specific?



Paint code is RAE, Its the light blue for the 370Z

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby HudsonMC » 05 Sep 2012 06:35

:shock: Amazing looking car! I used to live in Amarillo. If only I'd known this car was in town. Amazing wheels, seriously, awesome wheels. Suspension details?

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby PoorMtnKid » 05 Sep 2012 07:20

Wow!
looking for pass. side arm rest

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby JDMonster » 05 Sep 2012 08:35

HudsonMC wrote::shock: Amazing looking car! I used to live in Amarillo. If only I'd known this car was in town. Amazing wheels, seriously, awesome wheels. Suspension details?



280zx front upgrade with techno toy tuning coilovers and camber plates. TSR front tie rods, Techno toy tuning read coilovers

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby angzt » 05 Sep 2012 20:09

i'm running the same t3 setup both front and rear... did you go with the 280zx front hub? or something else? i was looking into a wilwood system but they didn't seem to offer anything for the 280zx platform..?

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Re: My all most complete project

Postby JDMonster » 05 Sep 2012 21:49

angzt wrote:i'm running the same t3 setup both front and rear... did you go with the 280zx front hub? or something else? i was looking into a wilwood system but they didn't seem to offer anything for the 280zx platform..?


I kept the 280zx front hub. There is a guy who offers a willwood setup for it but I wouldn't of been able to run these wheels without a ton of spacers and then I wouldn't be able to tuck the setup. I had to run 7mm of spacers already to keep the wheels from hitting the strut body.


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