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Re: NZPC article on Rick Bone's SS2000 Coupe
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Rick is now finishing off his SR20DET swap into the same car, will definitely be one to watch!

Click here for pictures and info

Posted on: 2011/7/25 23:00
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Re: Widest/Lowest offset 13" rims on 1980 210 w/rolled rear fenders????
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A HUGE limiting factor in your situation is the tyres you want to run. I suggest getting some smaller tyres for them. As for the offset, you can fit -10 under B110 front gaurds pretty easy if you use the right tyres and get rid of the factory positive camber. The B310 (210) has much bigger gaurds so you should be able to swallow that up pretty easily.
Fit a wheel and do some measurements to get the best information

Posted on: 2009/8/18 10:27
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Re: kb110 project no.5
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Posted on: 2009/7/8 4:11
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Re: Carbon Fiber rocker cover!
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Doesnt look like real carbon to me.

This however... is.

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http://beeoneoneoh.wordpress.com/2009/02/13/expression-sunny-truck/

Posted on: 2009/5/21 6:05
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Re: Front spring rate
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^^ Really???? I've got 250's in the front of my truck now and they definately don't feel noticably stiff when driving, in fact I thought about going stiffer :S

I don't know how people can run 225's etc in 1200's with ca18's and the likes, would be way to soft for my liking.

Posted on: 2009/5/3 11:51
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Re: old skool drifting goodness
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For the 40 something minute long version go here: link

and scroll to the bottom where it says sunny drift part 2, click that link.

Posted on: 2009/5/3 11:41
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Re: JDM Bodykits
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Yep, they're very helpful and quick in sending.

Posted on: 2009/4/27 21:17
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Re: Some Firbreglass body kit for sales for Coupe
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FRT SKIRT
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Posted on: 2009/4/27 21:14
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Re: rust
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It's going to need all the downforce it can get! Just look at those lightweight racing mags and full slicks, not to mention the ball breaking power house.

Posted on: 2009/4/27 5:39
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Re: JDM Bodykits
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Not so much a bodykit as such, you can still get a hold of the TS Cup style flares, front bar and bobtail from Pitroad, Japan. And yes you can still get a hold of the Tomei rocker covers and engine parts, Yahoo auctions sometimes has a Tomei cover on it but be prepared to lay down some serious coin to acquire one. The flares, bar and bobtail aren't exactly the cheapest either considering the amount you will pay for postage.

It's all out there and relatively easy to acquire, if you have the money.

Posted on: 2009/4/27 5:36
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