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  1. I purchased this 200 amp ac/dc tig off ebay 8 years ago and it has not missed a beat, it's done a lot of work in the past 8 years, i have destroyed 2 earth clamps this is my 3rd, to top it off it even welds aluminium coke cans together just goes to show how good some of these cheap machines are, you would never need more for automotive fabrication., I hardly even use my Fronius transtig my machine looks like this unit minus the plasma cutter
  2. Ok i'm now onto my 3rd 180sx fuel tank due the baffle or fuel bowl inside the tank breaking loose. "just buy another one" is not working for me. I want to ask if anyone has done a custom tank setup or run a external surgetank for a 180sx? *** My car is still a part week daily driver and gets used for all sorts of motorsport ( drag, hillclimbs, rally, drift & circuit ) so I can't do a fuel setup inside the cabin. I've been quoted to make a full droptank style fuel tank but am unsure if its my only option? If I do go down the custom tank method what's the best pickup baffle design, a similar trap door design to the tomei/greedy sr20 sumps?
  3. Found this very interesting drift project and thought that it would inspire we lowely back yard fabricators to new heights! lol This is probably one of the best back yard builds I've seen that didnt come with a "hit and run" sticker. Enjoy! http://www.driftworks.com/forum/drift-car-projects-builds/140023-stupid-american-truck-skidder.html
  4. Roll Cage

    Hi guys, Just wanted to update you on our roll cage business. We started advertising on the forum a couple of months ago and we've had a huge response from the Silvia community so thank you guys!!! Three more Silvia cages booked in this month so there are plenty of you out there! To check out who we are again please click on www.agi-precision.com.au I thought I'd just upload a couple of pictures of recent roll cage jobs we've completed so anyone out there who is thinking of getting a cage can see what we do. There is a lot that goes into deciding what sort of cage you need, full cage of half cage? How to be CAMS or ANDRA compliant and do you choose a bolt-in or weld-in option? We can help answer all your questions and get the right cage into your car. Our bolt-in cages are assembled on our purpose built jig (check out the picture below) This was a drift spec half cage for a Nissan 180SX. Here's another one we did for a Nissan Silvia S14 drift car. And here's our in-house roll cage jig. We use it to make sure each and every piece fits correctly and all our bars are matched and pre-drilled for effortless installation, takes a massive amount of that particular headache away! So guys, any questions or enquiries or if you just want to chat call us on (02) 9584 2002 or if you're ever in the Sydney area drop in to the workshop and say g'day! And remember to check our www.agi-precision.com.au, great site and it shows you what else we do too. Roll cage jig pictured with a Nissan 180SX bolt-in full cage