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some of my old japanese cars

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1 some of my old japanese cars on 29th August 2015, 4:56 pm

joetheeskimo

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Here is a few pictures of my old cars.

I had a D16Y7 civic coupe that i converted over to a B18C4 engine. I used the original non-vtec loom to connect the engine, it was a nightmare but didnt have the money for a B18C4 conversion harness. This car belt slipped and valves hit the pistons and that was the end of it. Really liked this car though.




Then i got a 200SX and tried to build it ready for time attack, bought it pretty much stock and ended up how you see it below. It was stock engine with stage 2a mods so was running 320bhp. Had to sell it as had a family. This is the car i miss most out of all my cars ive owned.







As i had a family and needed to buy a house but didnt want to be without a car thought i would buy an MX5 to learn how to drift. Painted and gave it some teeth.




Eventually got rid of this and thought i would get a legnum Vr4 estate and see if i could make it cool. i bought it stock, fitted some enkie racing s wheels with tein springs. PSI was set to 11psi so was around 300bhp but it was a heavy car with tiptronic box so didnt feel mega fast.


2 Re: some of my old japanese cars on 29th August 2015, 5:36 pm

Stu

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That 200sx looks sweet Smile


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3 Re: some of my old japanese cars on 29th August 2015, 7:44 pm

gtir_woody

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^ as above, shame you had to get rid of the 200, they are great cars, you would have had a lot of fun with it.

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