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Hello,

my name is Christian from germany and this is my 200sx S14a:

 

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runs 265km/h at unlimited german motorways :P

Its great because the fast Audi, Mercedes, BMW etc. are speedlimited at 250km/h!

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MY MODS:

 

* BOMEX Aero - Kit

* OZ Superturismo 8 X 18"

* Autechstyle Carbongrill ( NEW )

* S15 Steeringwheel

* Boostgauge

* Greddy EGT

* Apexi turbotimer

* Offener Luftfilter ( airfilter cone )

* HKS FMIC

* Garrett T28bb Turbolader

* Greddy s/s Turbo Knie

* OBX 3" s/s cat-back exhaust system

* Sytech pop off Ventil

* Walbro Benzin pump

* Apexi Power FC

* 600 injectors

* Boost @ 1,2bar

* Only Shell V-Power 100oct.

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Very, very (very) nice! I don't think i've seen that Bomex bar before. Lucky barstard with your autobahns :P

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* Only Shell V-Power 100oct.

 

100 octane!! i think i can speak for most people here that we are all jealous of that!!

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I am the Germinator! Give me your boost, your fuel, and your motorways!

 

Serious, thats nice and mildly tough! I like it.

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lol, yeah looks tough..

 

need better rims and clear front 1/4 indicators.. + love the english/german hybrid descriptions..

 

and 265kmph.. u nutter :lol:

 

 

 

How is the silvia/200sx scene in germany too? Are they rare and do they get respect? Do you get told off for not having a german machine ie Merc, BMW, Audi?

 

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Hi Christian, nice to meet you here!! :yes:

 

Our nice 100 octane fuel is damn expensive... We have to pay around 1.30 Euro for each litre! :S Even our worst fuel (95octane) costs 1.15 per litre...

 

Th scene in Germany isn`t very big! But there are a few hundred enthusiasts. Do we get much respect? Hmm... Not sure about that, Nissan is not very respected in Germany.

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wtf!

1.30 EUR Euro = 2.16028 AUD Australia Dollars

 

The max we pay in a large city for 98 RON Fuel is 1.20 AUD! And we find that expensive.

 

I guess the only benefit is that Germany is a smaller country, so you would need to travel less?

 

 

So why is petrol so expensive for you guys? Is it government taxing? Do you guys have some sort of Green government in power? Or am i mistaken with another euro country?

 

 

But yeah, sell ur nissans and get a 89 model m3! :P

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hey wo aus deutschland seid ihr?? ich komme aus frankfurt a/m aber lebe jetzt in australien......

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Thanks @all for your nice comments!! :D

 

FUEL,we have:

 

91oct ( 1,16 € )

95oct ( 1,18 € )

98oct ( 1,23 € )

and NEW:

100oct ( 1,26 € ) ( only by SHELL and ARAL fuel stations )

 

 

And yes we have a green government coalition!

Per litre 80 cent tax for the government ( car tax and öko tax )!!! What a pain.

 

Its right that Nissan is not very respectet in germany ( but I teach them respect :D )!

Younger peopel are more interestet in 200sx, becaus they have never seen this car before the fast and the furious comes in the cinema.

Japanyse cars are by us fast to become, for low money ( parts for the 200SX are rare and expensive, because the first Jap cars ( around 1970 ) are fast rusty ( hard winters with alot of salt of the streets ).

And the peopel forgett this very slow!

Older peopel tells me that the first jap cars after 4 years goes to Scrap place.

S13 are a many driving in germany, the S14 and S14a not!

 

And I know we can thanks PORSCHE BMW AUDI and MERCEDES for high speed driving free further ( big lobby )!

 

 

@dxsdxs WHAT IS THIS: clear front 1/4 indicators

and 265km/h is no problem!!!

We have no speed limiter in the car :rolleyes:

The 350Z have a extra different load work for germany and is limited at 250km/h.

4 Cylinder BMW have not many fans in germany.

Here a better alternitiv: RALLYE GOLF II

One of the cars bevore driving 200SX

 

@golf4: Ich bin aus dem Ruhrgebiet bei Dortmund/Gelsenkirchen/Bochum.

Besucht uns doch mal auf Our german 200SX S14 drivers page

 

I hope you undersand my bad english :blush:

Edited by bechiracing

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yeah i understand..

 

by clear front 1/4 indicators.. I mean the Winkers/turning lights at the front quarters should be clear or white...

 

Check the attached picture.

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@racer98

Yes, I have run it, CAREFULLY!

Because friends of me have killed beautifull cars on it, if you make a littel bigger mistake you are crashed!

 

Click the link on the firs blue smile on this side

1 round !!! on the Nürburgring with H.J. Stuck

 

Hans Joachim Stuck is one of the greatest nür. drivers.

 

Pleas dont till out if you have seen the video :bringiton:

 

@dxsdxs

Thats right!

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Love the front bar. Looks very sweet. Nice, clean looking ride. Not a huge fan of the white rims, but that's just my opinion. :yes::lol:

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dayum i wish we had unlimited speedlimits

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runs 265km/h at unlimited german motorways :P

Its great because the fast Audi, Mercedes, BMW etc. are speedlimited at 250km/h!

Hey man, nice ride.

 

I will be in London on a working holiday at the end of May and i have always wanted to get over to Germany and hire a nice Merc SL or BMW M3 and get it out on the motorways for some high speed fun.

 

Though i have been checking out prices and its hella expensive.

 

The cheapest decent car i can find is a BMW Z4 for 400 euros a day :woot:

 

Do you know of any reasonable priced performance car hire places??

 

I thought BMW and Merc's would be cheap to hire over there because they are very common, since they are manufactured there.

 

Or maybe i could hire your car for the day? :yes:

 

Not serious, but would be the closest thing to taking my Sil over.

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no speed limits in australian...are u flipping mad.....think about those road trains.....i dont want to be near one of those when its travelling at 200k's +

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no speed limits in australian...are u flipping mad.....think about those road trains.....i dont want to be near one of those when its travelling at 200k's +

im more worried about the condition of our roads.

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or hitting some kind of wildlife and writing your car off.

 

By the way love the s14 mate. The kit sets off the shape very nicely

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wtf!

1.30 EUR Euro = 2.16028 AUD Australia Dollars

 

The max we pay in a large city for 98 RON Fuel is 1.20 AUD! And we find that expensive.

 

I guess the only benefit is that Germany is a smaller country, so you would need to travel less?

 

 

So why is petrol so expensive for you guys? Is it government taxing? Do you guys have some sort of Green government in power? Or am i mistaken with another euro country?

 

 

But yeah, sell ur nissans and get a 89 model m3! :P

If I could drive at 265km/h everyday, I'd probably be happy to pay extra for fuel. :lol:

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or hitting some kind of wildlife and writing your car off.

 

By the way love the s14 mate. The kit sets off the shape very nicely

HAHAHAHAHA

 

I know what a possum did at 160kmh to my front bar :P Not pretty :no: damaged my exhaust as well infact!

 

 

I thought you could in the Northern Territory? On certain roads just as long as your not doing stupid stuff like burnouts.

 

 

I love the english/German hybrid as well "Turbolader" :lol: what a great word

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Well, tubolader is just the right german word for tubocharger and for supercharger it is Kompressor.

 

And for a naturally aspirated engine it is Saugmotor! Haha, that means suckengine... :lol:

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where abouts in germany do u live, i used to live there:)

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bechiracing is from somewhere in the near of dortmund. I`m from bonn (in the near of cologne). :)

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