A lot of people feel like there is some rush to build a car. Cutting corners, doing it with incorrect tools, incorrect parts, not following manufacturer specs, and ultimately complaining further down the line about the small things that bug them about their car. I feel that building a car is a very long process, … Continue reading WHATS TAKING SO LONG?!!?!?!?!??!
With the recent rise in popularity with the s-chassis platform, mostly due to youtubers, a lot of people who are new, have gained interest and for some, may be the first time modifying their car. The average person buys the s-chassis with the mindset of : Cheap car!!! Cheap Parts right? Ebay??? Perfect! So, the … Continue reading Authentic Parts? Why bother!!!
I've come across a few Nismo catalogs, and decided to scan some of the material for your viewing pleasure. Silvia scans were given to me from a good friend of mine. If you have any interesting s-chassis or nismo material you would like to share, please get in touch with me and feel free to … Continue reading Nismo Catalog Scans
Being involved with the s-chassis for nearly a decade now, I've seen many different types of builds, and I can tell you, these cars are very versatile when it comes to what you choose to build your car for. Drifting, time attack, auto cross, drag, touge, gymkhana, stance, street are a few of the profiles … Continue reading Building A Car The Right Way
Was looking for a set of harnesses, that would match the old school theme I have going on in the interior. Old school nismo, old school bride, old school electronics. I've always wanted a set of Nismo willans harnesses, but at $1000 each, I think I will hold off. I wanted something still that was … Continue reading YAJ finds v2
A lot of the time, we go onto the internet, be it facebook, forums, twitter, instagram, whatever. It's quite common to see imaginary build threads, or people talking about crazy swaps they are going to do, or wheels they are going to get, or a style of aero they are going for. In the end … Continue reading To Do Lists: The Difference Between a Dreamer and a Realist and Avoiding Dissapointment
Finally I was able to mount the widebody to the rears after I gave the sealant a little time to cure. Little unhappy with the hardware I ordered for fastening the widebody on. It oxidized very fast, so I'll have to look at either painting each bolt, or ordering some stainless, or titanium hardware for … Continue reading Wide Body, cookin with the wrists
The seat rails arrived, and I had finally finished off adding plumbing to the door cards to finish off the look. Finally my interior was looking somewhat presentable, and not a pile of wires and junk. It was good to finally see my work starting to pay off. Not going to lie I was struggling … Continue reading Holding Monster
Still have to figure out what I will be doing for rear interior. I knew I was going to have a "full" interior, minus back seats ofc, so it was time now to cut holes in the rear interior quarter panels. This was my redneck method, you can tell I have experience with carpentry. Holes … Continue reading I Got Barzzzz
While the interior was waiting on parts to come, and work to be done, by now I had most of my aero parts, so i decided to slap them all on the car with duct tape, to see how everything fit. I was amazed with the quality of the fiberglass parts, fitment was excellent, except … Continue reading sx180 FCM SPEC