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About Smitty14

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    Australia WA
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    Nissan Silvia
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    Mobile Plant Operator (Fancy name for a miner)
  1. 1200 Ute

    Awesome build man. I wish I had the knowledge, talent and patience to do this. I'd love to do a 1200 sedan build with a SR20. I'll keep checking for updates. Keep it up
  2. I have 2 x 18 x 8.5 & 2 x 18 x 9.5” Rims with 265/35 Yokohama Advan A048 R-comp tyres for sale. I had these for my S14 and stuck out slightly on the fronts, but filled the guards nicely on the rear. Would fit R32, R33, R34 Skyline very nicely. Rims are in average condition with small amounts of curb rash. Tyres are just on the indicators, so they plenty of life left in them. I can take photos of all the rims if required so that you can see the condition of them all. $500 ono. Can post interstate if required, but you’ll need to pay for postage
  3. Does that powdercoating cost include sand blasting? That's what Mojizzy was referring to. I forgot about sand blasting Either way Plastidipping is going to work out cheaper, as I already have the cans.
  4. Thanks for the advice. They are 5 spoke rims. So will be pretty easy to get the old coat off. I bought the car with Plasti Dip on them and have a few cans left over. So alls it's really costing me is time
  5. Can anybody tell me if I have to remove the old coat of plasti dip before respraying my rims? Or is it just a case of cleaning the surface and spray straight over the top? There are a couple of nicks in the old coat and obviously don't want that to show through on the new coat Any advice is welcome. Cheers
  6. Froggz S15 Jap Import.

    If I were you I'd off the spoiler. The lines are so much smoother without it. Just my opinion
  7. Defi Advance ZD

    No probs. Thanks anyway
  8. Defi Advance ZD

    The ZD is basically a one piece unit that displays all types of information including speed and tacho reading for around $800. So it would eliminate the need to buy anymore gauges. Check them out http://www.evasivemotorsports.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=DEFI-ADV-ZD&Category_Code=DEFI-ADVANCE-ZD
  9. Hi all, I have recently acquired an S14a that has quiet a few mods on it. But one thing that it doesn't have is gauges and having been caught out before with a drop in oil pressure resulting in buying a new engine I'm quiet keen on having a oil pressure gauge. But while I was searching for gauges, I came across a product from Defi called the Advance ZD. My question is does anybody have any expirence with them? Are they any good? Any feed back is welcome and appreciated