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About AXTX

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    Australia SA
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    Nissan Silvia
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    Web Dev :]
  1. SA Buy/Swap/Sell Thread

    WTB: Some nice 4x100 wheels. HOLLA@ME
  2. Spotted this at AJD. So more amazing in person, I love it! With the missfire, I also suspect the CAS, however it could be the igniter, if it does it more so if its warm? edit: just read you tried that, borrow a cas from someone?
  3. Spotted White Elgrand on South Road wednesday with roof racks with ladders attached! I was in the little white micra, spotted you in the morning and afternoon
  4. BUMP! this is on tonight!
  5. I was just thinking of this car today and wondering where it went! Im a massive fan and wanted to buy it when it was for sale just didn't tell my 180 in time
  6. Brought this little goodie from JDMobession :3 I also scored a mp3 head unit, no more shitty cds with 17 songs on them! this should be a treat for posing in maccas!
  7. I have never lol'd so hard, how about Mt Loft, Summit?
  8. Nissan forsale section

    Having the same problem Moneypit Go to search car parts or cars in SA and I get shit from all over states. Wouldnt have this problem with the old way
  9. hahahaha I feel like joining a few of them together like a zidzagg to see what happens, for the lols How bad does it really hurt flow? It sounds okayish, I'll upload a video shortly. Also sold the ute today Imma suss for some new wheels! Also yesterday I did an open mouth grill mod similar to this
  10. Okay, So after having a 355mm drop saw explode and still only able to find half of it, I've jumped right back onto it and made this.. to Untill that day I had never picked up dropped a dropsaw nor migged a mig. My first plan was to go over back wheel area (not to sure you call it if it has no diff?) then have a pipe hanging out on a angle like the ricer civic d00dz have, but I couldn't get the angle right without a pipe bender So I thought it would be better if I went for the stock look, so I used the stock muffler box by cutting off the end of it (so it sat better on the hangers) and changed a few of the rubber hangers around so it does not move around and looks stock! (Cooper always loves to help out, he also loves to move your tools and nuts/bolts when you are not looking!) I made alittle 'dump' tip at the end, because I wanted to move some of the heat to the ground away from the fuel tank. When I get better and get a pipe bender I will make something up better!
  11. Hey Gwhizzle, When I first removed my turbo it was a whole weekend job, but mind you this was on a CA18DET and the manifolds are abit different, the SR ones look way easier! But any first job, I still bet on a full weekend job so I can take my time and if anything goes wrong I won't be rushing. But it might take you 1-1.5days! I think braided lines are around 200~ I would then replace the turbo gaskets and manifold gaskets while you are at it as this will save you time in the future! Hardlines are also horrible to put back on the motor! so go braided! Plus oil and coolent but give it a go your self! best way to learn, and update your tool kit will always help in the future! I think a workshop will charge $500+
  12. Shit got real today. while cutting up some pipe the drop saw blade flexed and exploded! Needless to say I'm lucky to be typing this! Arh well! I'll get a new one tomorrow
  13. Yeah I coulda got a Charade, would of had abit more power too (55kw vs 65kw) buttttt this will do So far so good, they seem pretty reliable, but touch wood! Going to build up an exhaust today/tomorrow too I think!