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Kenji_Sil80

Hi, I'm Kenji

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Hello, and greetings from Holland.

Inroducing myself:

Kenji, 30, Dutch, without girlfriend (working on getting one :) ).

Enough about me[:D]

 

Introducing my car.

It's a Nissan Sil80, 1991 build.

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Engine:

SR20DET (bore increased to 2.1 litres)

Blitz SUS induction kit

GReddy R-SPL frontmount intercooler

GReddy intake manifold

adjustable fuel pressure regulator

JE forged pistons

JE forged conrods

crank lightened and balanced

HKS 2 mm steel headgasket

GReddy exhaust manifold

T28 ball bearing turbo (from S15 Silvia)

GReddy turbo elbow

Wise Sports titanium exhaust system

GReddy Type S blowoff valve

Mine's VX ecu

GReddy oilcatchtank

HKS oilcap

Yashio engine torque damper

Nismo engine mounts

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Interior:

Momo sports seats

Sparco 4 point harnesses

Momo Net steering wheel

DriftWorks snapoff hub

Momo Sphere gearknob

Cusco rear torsion bar

Cusco rollcage

GReddy Oil temp gauge

GReddy Boost gauge

A'Pexi RevSpeed meter

GReddy EGT gauge

SLM Oil Pressure gauge

SLM Water Temp gauge

GReddy Full Auto Timer

GReddy Profec B boostcontroller

Räzo pedals

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Transmission:

RPS Sports 6puck clutch kit

Nismo GT-Pro 2 way LSD

OBX shortshifter

Nismo gearbox mount

 

Footwork:

GAB coilovers (front)

Cusco Zero coilovers (rear)

Cusco adjustable camber plates (front)

Cusco adjustable toe arms

Cusco adjustable tension arms

Cusco adjustable camber arms (rear)

Advan Model 6 wheels (front) 205/55/16

Rial Mesh wheels (rear) 205/50/16

Endless brake pads

 

Exterior:

BN Sports frontspoiler

Nissan Type X sideskirts

Nissan Type X wing

Eurolook black taillights

Driftstyle custom graphics

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Current pic of new graphics:

I know, I have 4 identical wheels, but that's only because the tires on my mesh rear wheels were shredded to bits..... The meshies will be back soon.

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Wheeeuw, quite a list. Hope to have a good time here.

And pardon my English if I make a strange comment, I hope my English is understandable[:o)]

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Hi mate, cool 2 have you here! Assume car! But you know that already! See ya on Thursday!

 

Cheers,

 

Eugene

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Very nice car :thumbsup:

 

Have you got any picture/video of you sliding it?

 

Welcome to the site

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welcome

 

ummm nice car... wanna sell me ur oil cap :woot: hehe

 

drifting pics would be a goah

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You guys have got some nice cars over there.

 

Love the engine bay. Good to see something different then s/steel or silver pipes.

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Thats a nice car man. Lot of work done to it! Must be cheaper to do up cars and less chance of getting a defect in Holland hey?

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hahah looks like a nice list of mods there!!

 

Dutch eh?

 

IM FROM HOLLAND, ISNT DAT VIERD?

 

 

I LOVE GOOOOOOOOLD....

 

CAN I PAINT HIS UHU GOLD? ITS KINDA MY THING...

 

HOW 'BOUT NO...YOU CRAZY DUTCH BASTARD!!

 

haha

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Small update. My Sil is now fully kitted. Now awaiting the arrival of 18x8J (F) and 18x8.5J ® Volk Racing GT-N's.

 

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man wat r the rules in holland your ride is tip top

 

Thanks a lot.

Well, in Holland we don't really have rules concerning altering cars.

The only things I can think of is that we aren't allowed to tint the side windows (rear quarters and back are allowed), and the exhaust note must be kept under 92 dB (they check that once in a blue moon though, mine belts out 117 dB without bung in place, 105 with bung)

And GT style aluminum or carbon wings are forbidden too.

When it comes to ride height or things, we have no rules. Mine is currently at 80 mm, but I've driven to shows at 40 mm sometimes.

It just gets really difficult to get around town, because building speed bumps are a favourite passtime of the council everywhere :wacko:

 

I do get pulled over a lot, because the cops don't know what kind of car it is (the only Sil80 in Holland) and because it's a right hand drive (Dutch cars are normally left hand drive) and of course because it attracts a lot of attention with all the graphics on it.

Edited by Kenji_Sil80

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