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JDM~180

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About JDM~180

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  • Location
    Australia NSW
  • Gender
    Male
  • Car Type
    Nissan Silvia
  • Car Model
    91' 180sx
  1. 1991 Nissan 180sx - $6,500

    Make : NISSAN 180SX Transmission : Manual Kilometres : 0 Price : $6,500 Condition : Used For sale or swap Sr20det 5 speed S13 front end Track car Can be registered Engineered T28 Steampipe manifold Fmic Greddy bov HKS EVC 5 boost controller HKS turbo timer HKS rear coilovers Tein front coilovers Cusco half cage Hd clutch Locked diff 3in exauhst Brick headlights 2up roof spoiler AU thermo fans DEFI gauges (copies) +25 front guards 16x10 -0 steelies up front Stockies on rear $6500 Ono 0426 503 470 Located in nowra, NSW
  2. this is how mine sits today
  3. if your going to chop the pipe of the flange to extend it your better of just making a complete custom one it would be so much easier all i did was chop the pipe of the flange so i could reuse the flange then welded on my own pipes to it while your at it u may as well make a whole new intake pipe as well would look heaps better then the standard ugly rubber piping also sounds heaps better as well i agree with the dirty rubber hose, i want a chrome intake pipe to clean it up abit but no idea where to start as i dont weld and stuff lol doesnt cost much to get one made prices ranges from $100 to $150 well im gettin a tune with you guys once i get all my gear on, so it will have to wait as i have more important stuff to do than cosmetic..... the rubber hose should be right, i dont see me running more that 18psi yeah its all good mate some examples on how i like low mount piping setups done i like the last one.... how the filter is hidden and its just 2 pipes, might steal that one
  4. if your going to chop the pipe of the flange to extend it your better of just making a complete custom one it would be so much easier all i did was chop the pipe of the flange so i could reuse the flange then welded on my own pipes to it while your at it u may as well make a whole new intake pipe as well would look heaps better then the standard ugly rubber piping also sounds heaps better as well i agree with the dirty rubber hose, i want a chrome intake pipe to clean it up abit but no idea where to start as i dont weld and stuff lol doesnt cost much to get one made prices ranges from $100 to $150 well im gettin a tune with you guys once i get all my gear on, so it will have to wait as i have more important stuff to do than cosmetic..... the rubber hose should be right, i dont see me running more that 18psi
  5. wait till you run enough boost and the intake pipe wants to suck in on it self i was talking about the snout man, thats not going anywhere but i do agree with a custom intake pipe
  6. if your going to chop the pipe of the flange to extend it your better of just making a complete custom one it would be so much easier all i did was chop the pipe of the flange so i could reuse the flange then welded on my own pipes to it while your at it u may as well make a whole new intake pipe as well would look heaps better then the standard ugly rubber piping also sounds heaps better as well i agree with the dirty rubber hose, i want a chrome intake pipe to clean it up abit but no idea where to start as i dont weld and stuff lol
  7. The kinugawa doesnt come to suit s13, pretty sure its meant to be a direct replacement for s14/15..... but u get braided lines so it doesnt matter. i tried the t28 snout and had the same problem but just used my t25 snout and fixed it no dramas, no need to modify or get custom gear if there is already a direct bolt on
  8. this is my Td05 with a T25 snout..... everything lines up sweet
  9. use a T25 snout and the snout will be facing the wrong direction u will need to get some thing custom made Wrong, I just fitted mine and used my t25 snout and everything lines up.... I'll take a pic and post it ;0)
  10. Use a T25 snout, and its perfect ;0)
  11. O2 sensor

    Found the adapters at justjap, $25 delivered.... So went with that.
  12. O2 sensor

    where do i purchase one of these bad boys
  13. O2 sensor

    Hey guys swappin my turbo out for a td05 and puttin a 3in dump on..... now the o2 sensor i got is a skinny top and doesnt screw into the dump. 1. So can i just get a fat o2 sensor and it will plug straight in the the loom? 2. Will a fat o2 sensor screw in or will i have to re-tapp
  14. AHAHAA i was gunna buy from VIC...... all good decided to buy a s13 NA in NSW, thanks for your help man
  15. champ, i was thinkin it should be right cause im downgrading......
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