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1 Project Polly on 2nd June 2014, 12:49 am

fudge

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Heres the start of my build thread Smile this is my first pulsar but not my first nissan, i previously owned a r33 gtst with a few nice modifications pulling 330 bhp, a forged engined toyota glanza running 268 bhp on a greddy emanage ultimate which i built from a stock car that i imported over that was running a kkk k26 turbo at 1.3 bar boost, ive had a td04 starlet gt, a mx5 import drift toy, a silly low stanced civic ek, and some other pointless cars like a vr6 mk 3 golf and a c20let corsa b blah blah

anyway here's the list,its not drastically modified but i only parted with £2500 cash for the car, and with that i got two white doors with glass and motors, and two white wings with arch trims intact, a spare set of wheels and a lot of history.


stock motor
stock t28 running 1.0 bar 1.2 on scramble
greddy profec oled boost controller
hks fat turbo timer
walbro 255 fuel pump
full 3" exhaust unkown brand
35mm tein springs
ebc drilled and grooved disks
ebc green stuff pads
white line front strut brace
white line front arb
exedy street clutch
blitz fmic
laguna splitter
heat wrapped boost pipes
unknown 17" alloys (possibly enkie)
4x yokohama parada spec 2 tyres
hid kit
mint oem mats


so heres the pics from when i first got it with the private plate and gold wheels, so first on the list was replace the plates for the original ones and get rid of the gold wheels !!






so i decided before the cosmetics that removing the manual boost valve was first on my list ! so i bought this beauty and installed it, i was very pleased with how it looks and how precise it is !

 Basketball 


then came the wheels, was abit of task considering these had welding scars from an old set of wheel nuts that sheered off on the studs, which ended in bolts being welded on to get the buggers off ..




and here they are fitted, such a transformation ! so much happier with how it looks now, hopefully have the calipers painted black this week and a few more coats on the wheels to make sure !




got a few random snaps from lastnight and todays cleaning session





obviously my girl wore these shorts on purpose Very Happy





 alien

anyhow the turbo has begun to smoke so it looks like thats getting a rebuild and then its off to the local tuner to be properly set up on this greddy profec seen as i have a lack of talent with this affraid 

2 Re: Project Polly on 2nd June 2014, 11:49 am

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that is nice, I like the gold wheels though

nice ar.......shorts too  Laughing 


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3 Re: Project Polly on 2nd June 2014, 12:22 pm

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haha ! love the shorts, the gold wheels didnt do it for me, im going to sell them on, two have prada spec 2's on and the other two have some spurious tyres, not sure on the brand of them though

4 Re: Project Polly on 2nd June 2014, 12:55 pm

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All those cars and only 20.... you must be first name terms with your insurance company  Wink .... glad you didnt put a pic with you in the shorts  Laughing 


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5 Re: Project Polly on 2nd June 2014, 4:11 pm

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Behave nomad you would love me in those shorts !! I'm 25 Very Happy

6 Re: Project Polly on 3rd June 2014, 10:44 am

Concrete-GTIR

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looks a good buy mate nice work

7 Re: Project Polly on 4th June 2014, 3:28 pm

fudge

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small update Very Happy

replacement turbo from bob down at gtir-us and a tomei shifter too, ill probably fit the turbo this weekend because its pissing it down here so i cant be arsed laying on the floor getting wet.


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Tomei shifter



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8 Re: Project Polly on 4th June 2014, 3:39 pm

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why you got a playstation controller next to it wont make it any faster  Laughing 

lets hope its a good tubby Elliot, my fingers are crossed for you


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9 Re: Project Polly on 4th June 2014, 3:50 pm

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haha i was under the impression it would ! i took the picture for my mate, he was asking how big the turbo on the pulsar is, so i shown him in comparison, feels ok to me bob, ill keep you posted this weekend when i get it all fitted, im in two minds if i should pick up some braided lines?

10 Re: Project Polly on 10th June 2014, 6:16 pm

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quick update Smile i got offered a set of magnecor leads from a local lad and a brand new set of lockwood dials so i had to grab them off him, slowly building up my spare parts now, so i fitted those leads and tidied up my greddy profec wiring in the bay and moved the position of the controller so its easier to work with for when i get it all set up later this month, i didnt really need the leads but the price was right so i thought it best i grab them incase.






11 Re: Project Polly on 10th June 2014, 6:23 pm

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Nice job mate. Feel free to post more pics of the shorts lol

12 Re: Project Polly on 10th June 2014, 6:42 pm

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2nd for more shorts  thumbsup 
Lockwood dials can cause more issues than its worth sometimes mate, nice car though its coming on nicely

13 Re: Project Polly on 10th June 2014, 9:23 pm

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As above, the clocks really need calibrating if needles removed
If your gonna fit them then slice the dials with sharp blade so you don't have to remove the needles  Wink 


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14 Re: Project Polly on 10th June 2014, 10:30 pm

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oh i had a feeling things wouldnt go to plan -_- , i might just leave them alone the, not worse all the hassle, yeah the shorts are a winner haha ! do any of you keep the battery tray on?

15 Re: Project Polly on 11th June 2014, 4:00 am

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GTI-R US wrote:
If your gonna fit them then slice the dials with sharp blade so you don't have to remove the needles  Wink 

This sounds like the way to do the dials.  How effective is it and is the cut visible?

When fitted, would a dab of silastic on the slice be ok, too stop the edges from lifting.

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