Author: Rick |
December 12, 2012 |
In: DIY, Nissan
Category: DIY, Nissan
I really respect what they've done, but with that level of skills they should really just build custom from the ground up!
That's a show car not a drift car. Its way too clean and got way too many hours in it to run it into a wall. I think those guys did an awesome job. That chassis is a work of art.
Holy hell. They really built the hell out of that junker, and it came out gorgeous!
Interesting choice of the ITB's on the VQ. Not a usual way of doing things.
Bet it sounds awesome though.
I would've gone with a better front suspension, McPherson struts are garbage compared to a good SLA design (Short/Long Arm).
Sooo…how many actual original 260 parts went onto this? I see very few and looks more like a full custom build than a junker rebuild. Finished product looks great but hardly a true drifter brought back to life from the junkyard.
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