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Primal Garage 180SX - Unfinished Business - SSR SP3

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Was that in Bayswater (Import Monster)?

 

Looks the goods Neil... So jelly :(

 

Cheers,

 

Andy

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yeh mate at the Import Monster / GripShiftSlide Summer dayz and Engine Bayz meet.

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Heres another one to make you sad in the pants :P

 

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Ergh... you're making me regret going SIL80.

I would have thought you'd have already regretted that,

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Your 180's are always sick Neilo

Just looking at your cooler set up. Have you cut out anythign structural?

Do you feel much benefit from the shorter cooler piping?

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Your 180's are always sick Neilo Just looking at your cooler set up. Have you cut out anythign structural? Do you feel much benefit from the shorter cooler piping?

In the first post, he's running a inbay cooler.

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nope nothing structural has been removed. radiator has been moved closer to the engine (obviously), lower bracket was made to hold that in place. A RB25 fan and shroud are being used and just custom pipes made up and tigged onto the HPI cooler. (lower mount was made to bolt the cooler in also. Pretty responsive setup (combating not having vct anymore) and it hawls ass lol.

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Another Apex'i pressure gauge came up cheap (brand new) so i had to grab it. Going to hook this up to the Tomei Fuel Pressure Reg so i can keep an eye on fuel pressure in cabin, Gauge also came with a few mounting brackets so i'll relocate my Apex'i boost gauge to the A piller i think. Just need to find a Exhaust temp gauge now!

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Your 180's are always sick Neilo Just looking at your cooler set up. Have you cut out anythign structural? Do you feel much benefit from the shorter cooler piping?

In the first post, he's running a inbay cooler.

Didn't even read the question.

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Your 180's are always sick Neilo Just looking at your cooler set up. Have you cut out anythign structural? Do you feel much benefit from the shorter cooler piping?
In the first post, he's running a inbay cooler.
Didn't even read the question.

The question I responded to has been changed after I replied.

Which now makes me look like i'm answering complete jibberish lol.

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Installed the Apex'i pressure gauge, hooked it up to the Tomei Fuel Pressure Reg, now to relocate the Boost gauge to the A? pillar..

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Boost gauge not hooked up atm. Just need to find an exhaust temp gauge in the EL series to complete the set.

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Got myself one of these to mount the Apex'i boost gauge on the a piller

 

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I've got the perfect tacho for this thing to complete the set....

 

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would allow you to get rid of a temp and pressure gauge too

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Yeh thought about getting the DECS but i like my seperate gauges. would be good to get the el tacho but the Autometer one looks better.

 

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This car is a prime example of how a 180SX should be built (in my opinion, of course).

 

Must be nice having ACT reg, knowing you can't get defected. :lol:

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comes with a huge cost lol $890 a year rego WTF!

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comes with a huge cost lol $890 a year rego WTF!

 

That doesn't seem so bad. :lol:

Isn't it like $696 in Victoria? I'm sure many people would rather pay $890 a year knowing they can't get defected than pay $696. ;)

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