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Old 02-12-2018, 08:43 PM   #31
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This build will be amazing. Love the work you did on those tubs!
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Old 02-12-2018, 08:54 PM   #32
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That valve cover is gorgeous

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Old 02-12-2018, 09:48 PM   #33
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Ahhhh, so you were the one that posted the TBO stuff on 757 Nissan! Awesome work man, loving it so far!
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I have a two tone that was sitting in someones barn for 6 years, cool to see a similar find. Love the direction you're going, looking great so far!
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This build will be amazing. Love the work you did on those tubs!
Thank you! I'm about to redo them so there's no overlap and finish welding them in.

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Nice work! What skirts are those?
Thank you, I think they're OEM Chuki skirts.
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Old 02-13-2018, 01:41 PM   #34
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Great work so far man! Glad to see you are saving this one. I would love to stumble upon a two tone. Subbed for future updates
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Old 06-24-2018, 02:01 PM   #35
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Earlier this year I picked up an OEM Silvia hood that had seen better days.



After I started power washing away all the mossy mess.



I found the hood has multiple layers of bondo/primer/paint



Test fitted the hood, it lines up pretty well.







I'm thinking about either just replacing the hole with new sheet metal or going with the TBO hot dog vents.

I also found the culprit who decided to cut Missouri into the hood.





The next update will include all the work I did to re-do the tubs.
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Old 06-24-2018, 05:44 PM   #36
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looking forward to it... that hood might be diffitcult to salvage.

interested to see what you do.
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Old 06-25-2018, 09:14 AM   #37
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I was hoping you somehow had found the Sealazone aero for it. But the TBO stuff is great too! Love the style you've got lined up for this car.
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Old 06-26-2018, 10:39 AM   #38
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So far so good man, keep it up!
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Old 06-26-2018, 01:49 PM   #39
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you have any pictures of how you mounting your wing to the trunk?
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Old 06-27-2018, 03:27 PM   #40
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looking forward to it... that hood might be diffitcult to salvage.

interested to see what you do.
Agreed it's certainly rough. If my current plan doesn't pull through then I'll take it to my friends at Yocums.

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I was hoping you somehow had found the Sealazone aero for it. But the TBO stuff is great too! Love the style you've got lined up for this car.
Believe me I looked before purchasing the TBO stuff. Thank you!

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So far so good man, keep it up!
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you have any pictures of how you mounting your wing to the trunk?


But for real that's a good question, when it comes time to mount it I'll make sure to do a small write up.
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Old 10-23-2018, 11:48 AM   #41
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you have any pictures of how you mounting your wing to the trunk?
https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/u191058386

Mounts like this and that real decent sorta double sided tape will be the move
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Old 10-23-2018, 12:07 PM   #42
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Small update but heavy with photos. Late April - Early June I wasn't happy with the overlap design of the tubs. Soooo I cut the vertical pieces out and proceeded to fully weld the tubs in so they were flush. I seam sealed everything up and I hit the front wheel wells with bed liner.





























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Old 10-24-2018, 12:46 AM   #43
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Looks fuckin' awesome so far, dude!
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Very nice work. Keep it up.
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Old 11-09-2018, 03:12 PM   #45
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Thanks guys! As always I appreciate the positive feedback and motivation
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aaaaaand that folks is how you do tubs. very nice!
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Old 11-10-2018, 09:18 AM   #47
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I've just been knocking out some small stuff during the course of the summer and early fall. The time has been spent cleaning up more rust in the engine bay, SEM dying the rear seats black, painted the steering rack and finished cleaning the transmission.







What're hog rings?













I painted the trans with VHT silver but I forgot to take a picture it'll probably break anyways

I picked up a set of Stance GR+ coilovers, I took some time to apply new anti-seize and installed new boots on the rear. The rear subframe was pulled once again to install the GK tech bits (arms, weld in plates and axle spacers.) I painted the knuckles, replaced the front wheel bearings, installed GK tech RC correction bits and I resprayed the front subframe and tension rod bracket to match the rear subframe.









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Old 11-14-2018, 11:53 AM   #48
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aaaaaand that folks is how you do tubs. very nice!
Thanks man! In hindsight I should have just replaced the battery tray and saved myself a ton of work and headaches.
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im not sure how old those coils are, if you bought them used, but keep an eye on the rear lower bushings. the lexus stance coils look like they have the same lower bushing and they are known to fail.

http://www.shopfigs.com/v3/IS300-BSHCO-38-4522-23
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im not sure how old those coils are, if you bought them used, but keep an eye on the rear lower bushings. the lexus stance coils look like they have the same lower bushing and they are known to fail.

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I was told the mileage was low, but you never know! Thank you, that'll be something to keep an eye on. I appreciate the info! Hopefully they won't be on the car too long
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Old 03-26-2019, 09:21 PM   #51
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Small update from last year. I won a set of bricks (with all the tabs, lock rings and rubber seals) on YAJ and picked up the corners from 1gr8bar10der. For the first time in a long time I'm steadily employed so the car will be done sooner than later... lol



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This build is awesome. Exact route I were to take if I were to build a coupe.
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This build is awesome. Exact route I were to take if I were to build a coupe.
I appreciate that a ton, I'm changing it up just a little bit with the next update.
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Glad to see youre sticking with it man. Excited for the next update.
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Well it hasn?t gone far and for a while there was very little progress. The start of a new job took up nearly 11 hours of my day, including commute. Needless to say the motivation to continue work on the project was running low. The car sat untouched from winter 2018 until March 2020, thanks to becoming a remote worker.

I had previously sold the 4 lug Yokohama Advan AVS VS6s and really wanted a more aggressive set. By fall 2019, I was able to purchase a set of them in a square 17x9 +18 spec. Shout out to Fedex for dragging my wheels everywhere and basically giving them all curb rash. Opening up a claim with Fedex literally resulted in the worst headache and them acting like I never existed.













The interior was 95% complete for the car but I had yet to wrap the visors. This was my second attempt and I?m fairly happy with the outcome. I hotdog bunned them together, stapled them down to set the glue and sewed them together.









Eastbear mirrors, thanks to Streeter. They happened to be repainted multiple times. While sanding them down I found maybe 10 different layers of paint. I took them all the way down to the plastic in preparation for some minor repairs and paint. Wet sand, wet sand, wet sand.









Ahh the engine bay, yes, the biggest waste of time during this whole project. I wish I would have just moved on after the last pictures I posted of it etched, primed, and seamed sealed; but alas, I decided to make it perfect. There was rust beginning to form under the etch primer which resulted in me taking it back to bare metal. Eventually I got a decent base primer on it and used filler? to even out my fabricating skills. Not exactly the best direction, but after spinning my wheels, I think it?s going the right way and looks pretty good for a tin can.













In late April, my friend Nick told me that a buddy of his wanted to sell a running KA24DE out of a 95 auto. The price was right and the LS bug bit another one. In the interest of keeping things simple, I did a quick refresh on the engine and took care of the leaky oil pan. I plan to have the car ready to drive soon so maybe a turbo build down the road is in order for my spare engine.



















With picking up the new Advans, I went down the rabbit hole of a 5 lug swap and Z32 brake upgrades. I went with the Part Shop Max calipers front and rear. I was also lucky to score a set of rear aluminum calipers from the junkyard. This time around, I decided to press in the new bearings myself using a rented press? what a time.



















In early December, another set of VS6s came up for sale with Falkens already installed and I couldn?t resist. The drive to PA for them was definitely worth it; the powder coat finish is amazing. I made a stop along the way and picked up a Nismo strut bar as well. The wheels' specs are okay: 17x9 +35 and 17x9 +18. I?m currently going to just run a 10 mm slip on spacer to make the fronts work.











Hopefully by late spring I?ll have a lot more accomplished and another update. As always I appreciate the support of this community a ton.
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Over the years I always want to do a clean bay and shave/tuck everything. But my worst fear is going down a hole and never get it running again. I hope you over come it and make it work. You been a lot with this one. Hope it will finish soon bud.
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I was able to meet Koguchi at the Quickstyle event and we exchanged stickers. I cut him a Koguchi Power sticker I had drawn up for a work project. It's awesome he posted a picture of it on his IG account!


I was at this event! My hatch was white back then:



Great progress so far! Also, great choice re-stripping your bay and putting a new coat of primer. Etch primer isnt great, a better product you want for bare metal is a 2k epoxy primer, which seals the metal from moisture, especially in an engine bay that sees a ton of moisture and isn't sealed like the inside of the car. I'll be following to see your progress! Bring this to Spirit.JP once it's done
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