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Old 08-27-2019, 02:19 PM   #1
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RS13 200SX -Club Void-

Hey,
I'm Viktor, a 21 year old dude from Belgium.
Bought my first S13 in July 2017.
A 1990 200SX, which has the almighty CA18DET powerplant.
It had some mods that were executed very poorly.
My car and style evolved quite a bit during my ownership. Went from cheap rep stuff to genuine parts. Still have lots of updates to come!


Mod list when I bought it:
- Shit intercooler setup
- Blown maxpeedingrod coilovers
- Rep TE37s
- HKS turbo timer
- Full 3inch exhaust
- Tubular manifold
- S14 T28 turbo
- 200SX S14 front brakes


Mod list now:
Engine:
- T28 turbo
- 255l fuel pump
- GFB boost controller
- FPR
- 3 inch exhaust
- Oil cooler

Exterior:
- Origin Stylish body kit
- Kouki tail lights
- 326power Roof spoiler
- Huxleymotorsport canards

Suspension and wheels:
- HSD Monopro 9/7k coilovers
- Adjustable arms front and rear
- Weds Kranze Cerberus II 18x9j ET20/ 18x10 ET20



Day I bought it.







First 'mods'. Cheap steering wheel and some stickers.
Definitely not a bad base apart from a bit of rust.










Ordered a cheap Type X replica kit but after testfitting decided to not go with it. I did get a set of kouki tails after waiting 3 months of shipping hastle.








Way better.






Ordered wheels from Japan, Weds Kranze Cerberus II.
To this day still one of my favourites.
F/18x9 ET20 R/18x10 ET20






Such a monstertruck at this height.






Ordered a 326power roof spoiler which I rattle canned with 2K paint. Turned out great.






Finally got decent new coilovers. HSD Monopro 9/7K springs
Lowered it a bit.
















Drove it like this for a while, tried a cheap set of +25mm front fenders.
But as I expected they fit like shit lol. Fitment was cool though.








Got a decent camera. Took some shots on how the car was for quite some time. Loved driving it as much as I could. Pictures were pretty good for never owning a DSLR of some sort before.








Pulled the plug after lots of thinking about what kit I wanted.
A certain red 180SX really motivated to go this route.
Saw this car pass by on lots of forums and groups.








When I just got the kit. Origin stylish line.










Was bored and decided to do some interior work. Bought some purple crushed velvet fabric and did my doorpanels. Came out pretty cool, but was glued pretty shit. Still have some spare doorpanels so will probably do them again at some time.








Found some fakeadors in an oldschool tuning shop. Pretty much the same as GK-tech mirrors. Temporary until I get real Ganadors or East Bear. Spray painted them metallic black which did not match the paint at all but oh well.






Finally lowered the car some more. Rear coils are pretty much maxed out. Also got Huxleymotorsport canards for my front bumper. They suit it very well in my opinion. Test fitted the front bumper and skirts while I was at it.














Obligated carwash pics?



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Old 08-29-2019, 12:04 AM   #2
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This looks nice, Type X lights really make a difference. How bad is the rust issue though?
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Old 08-29-2019, 08:56 AM   #3
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This looks nice, Type X lights really make a difference. How bad is the rust issue though?
Not that bad, was a previous patch job that wasn't done very good.
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Old 08-29-2019, 09:25 AM   #4
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I have most of the updates already done but they didn't fit in one post .
Here's some more...


Got a temporary knock off vertex until I got something that I really liked.



Mounted the unpainted skirts and drove like that for a bit.








First time mounting the whole kit using oem front and rear brackets. Super solid! Only a pain in the ass to get on and off. Got the front indicators wired and installed too, just need some resistors for the flashing sequence. Rear bumper is sagging a bit at the lower garnish. But i've come to learn most origin rear bumpers have this problem.












Got rid of the old universal floor mats and got some custom made black/grey checkered floor mats by Japanized. Awesome quality and they fit super good.








Kit got dropped of for paint.








Then mounted everything up. Horrible gap between the hood and bumper but I fixed that some time later. Car's really coming together like this.










Finally found some clear side markers for the euro 200sx fenders. The stock ones kind of ruined the whole look.... Also fixed the gap between the hood and bumper. Still not perfect but alot better.






Some more random pics from a meet. Also BH-world sticker, Belgium has people of culture too (:








This is pretty much it for now.
Some future plans are:
- rear drop knuckles
- new intercooler setup
- Gt2560r/Gt28r
- Bride seat
- Probably new exhaust setup
- Exedy Stage 2 clutch
- ?Z32 maf and 444cc injectors?

I will try to do alot of driftdays and get lots of seat time since I've only done one real driftday. Very hard to get seat time because there are no drift tracks in this country. I will do my best to practice as much as I can though.
Hope you guys like some of my progress.
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Old 09-18-2019, 01:14 AM   #5
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Some minor updates.
Found a pair of grenades. Love these wheels and was pretty lucky to find a pair quite close to me.
They are 18x9 et20, will need a 15mm spacer because there is quite some gap.
Nonetheless they look great, I will get an alignment with these up front and hopefully go do some skids.











Interior wise, a 330mm Nardi classic. And after a lot of searching a Blitz horn button. Iíve always loved these, specially the cool alternative logo.
Also installed the back seats again, way more chill to have a full interior imo.






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Old 09-18-2019, 02:22 AM   #6
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Good job! fellow lowlands resident! car looks great compared to a lot of cars here
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Old 09-19-2019, 06:25 AM   #7
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Coming together nicely. Keep up the good work Viktor!
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