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  1. Silvia AWD

    Hi, my friend lives in Japan and he said he is having trouble creating account in this forum so he asked me to create an account and post it here: Hi, I bought a Silvia S15 Spec-R a few weeks ago and I'm going to do a Engine Swap by putting a RB26DETT, before buying Silvia I researched the Engine Swap and I read about RB26 with Trans from RB25 something similar to doing Silvia RWD. I, my girlfriend and my friend are going to make this Engine Swap on my Silvia S15, I want to know if it is possible to make my Silvia RB26 AWD and what I need to do or buy? THANK YOU
  2. All, I am new to the forum but not skylines. I got my first itch back in 1992 while stationed in Tokyo. I used to "race" HR31 and R30's in Okutama and Kaze on my off time. Now I am in Alice SPrings and I happened upon a 68K km 1997 V-spec. I am looking for some parts to get it back to streetable though. I need some S-tune springs or S-tune similarly rated shocks and springs, a stock airbox and snorkel and the specs for 18x10 wheels all around )non-staggered) so I can get rid of these "tuner" 18x10.5 with stretched 265-35r18's on them. I love the look of the Advan T5 wheels but not the stretched tire and rim extending 1com beyond the rubber. David dunnman99@yahoo.com
  3. ISC N1 coilovers

    Follow ISC Australia on facebook to keep up to date with our newest products, motorsport and also our sales!! http://www.facebook....ilovers?fref=ts $1499 PER SET ISC N1 **$1199 (limited time only) -AUSTRALIAN MADE THRUST KIT ($100-cost price) -$750 PER PAIR -$50 PER EXTRA SPRING -12 MONTHS WARRANTY -CHOOSE YOUR OWN SPRING RATE AT NO EXTRA COST -32 STEP DAMPER ADJUST -HEIGHT ADJUST -BOUND ADJUST -CAMBER TOPS -EXTRA CAMBER ADJUST VIA BOTTOM BRACKET -NON GENERIC -AS USED BY AUSTRALIA'S TOP DRIFTERS RYAN PROBERT-0413804117 VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION.......ISC WEBSITE ISC coilovers were first distributed in Australia in early 2006. The coilovers have been sold through out Asia, America and Europe for over 10 years with a very positive response. Our coilovers are produced at our own workshop by qualified technicians, designers and quality control personnel. Some of the designing is now carried out by our very own team in Australia making the coilovers more suitable for the Australian market. In 2006 our company supported Danny Vahoumis "the godfather of drift" through sponsorship. Danny proved the durability of our products at the top level of Drift in Australia, collecting podium finishes along the way. In 2007 ISC supported the Wheelworx 3 car DA team consisting of Tom Monkhouse, Adam May and Linden Reynolds. Once again this demonstrated that our coilovers can perform at the highest level of motorsport, this was evident when Tom Monkhouse finished first at RD3 in Eastern Creek. Over time our products have become more popular, thus constantly updating our performance range in order to bring you the best quality products at an affordable price. Currently we are sponsoring Danie Prior in his 1.5JZ S13 silvia, In 2011 Daniel was very consistent qualifying at the top of the field in each round and also finished 2nd and 4th outright in 2 rounds. For the first round of G1 in 2013 Daniel qualified 1st and finished in 3rd place! The silvia currently competes in the SA G1 series, Superdrift and the SA round of ADGP. Another car we are currently sponsoring is the ISC Time Attack S14, this car has the whole ISC suspension package including ISC parts such as radiator, intercooler etc. The car has competed in 5 local Time Attack events finishing 2nd,1st,1st,2nd,2nd in RWD OPEN Class, the car also travelled to Winton for the 2011 SAUNATS and took out 2nd place in open class (first time on the track). ISC Australia has just released new thrust bearing kits for its range of N1 coilovers. These kits are manufactured in Australia, using high quality Japanese bearings. The addition of the bearing kit to your coilovers will add faster and smoother steering response, and allows better spring compression. Another huge bonus is that it takes a lot of stress away from the pillowball giving it a longer life. Kits are available for purchase with N1 coilovers for an additional $100 (below cost price) or can be purchased seperately for $149 a pair.
  4. RB26dett 180sx Build

    It's been a long time coming but I'm going to start posting about my experience of build a rb powered s chassis. I purchased my 180sx about 4 years ago with a forged sr20 with a T67 hung off the side. Running 1.5 bar boost and regular road tyres, I managed to pedal it down the strip at 12.05 @ 122mph. After lunching 2 sr boxes, I converted to a z32 box. After that, the sr dropped a valve. So I then began parting out what I didn't need to fund my conversion. I found a donor rb26 in a half cut and had it shipped here to the desert. Once everything was stripped down I found the motor to have had a rebuild at some stage, nismo twin plate clutch, greddy oil cooler and remote filter, tuned ecu (that got thrown in the bin being straight from Japan). No bashing was needed to fit the rb25 gearbox in behind the rb. I began the task of fitting and getting everything sorted. I used a s14 steering rack, cefiro crossmember and swabar, 32 engine mounts. Modified the front pipe to reach, ran the intercooler piping, enlisted the services of mr031 to make up a nice tidy loom, wired in the avc-r, wired in the relay for the thermo fan, had the tailshaft length corrected, modified the geabox mounts. Currently still have to wire in the gearbox. But I am waiting on approval from the local transport authority for the conversion so I can get rego. I already had r33 gts-t brakes so that's covered. Coil overs were also already fitted. The body needs some love and the carbon bonnet has had to find a new home since only the steel bonnet clears the engine cover. No major mods planned at this stage, just want to get rego and reliable. Will have air filters, exhaust, avc-r, boost, tune. Fuel system was already a gtr intank and 044 with surge so that will remain. The hardest part about this build is trying to fund it. I'll post I can when I get a chance.
  5. Hey there, I was wondering if anyone can shed some light with putting an S15 dash and gauge cluster into a 180sx. So far I know there is complications with getting the gauges working properly, any way to combat that, or is there nothing I can do to resolve it?