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    Regular exa127 is very helpful round here exa127's Avatar
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    1990 nissan exa

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    1993 B13 Nissan NX-R


    pics from shortly after purchasing jan '08

    Engine/Transmission:
    SR20DE
    370cc injectors, fuel rail and FPR(SR20DET)
    SR20DET ECU from W10 Avenir
    NGK Platnium spark plugs
    K&N replacement panel air filter
    flowed cat
    2 1/4" straight through exhaust to cannon

    Interior/ICE:
    Pioneer P9850-BT head unit
    Sony 6" speakers front and rear
    at the moment Blaupunkt 600watt mono amp and pioneer 12" champion series 1200watt subwoofer in blaupunkt slimline ported box
    sports steering wheel

    Exterior/Wheels/Suspension:
    Alloy GT wing(shortened width ways)
    stickers galore
    Gti-R scoop moulded to standard nxr bonnet
    15" PCW 5 spoke wheels 195/50 re-treads
    kings low springs on standard shocks

    dyno'ed jan '09 making 106.5fwhp

    soon to be turbo after clutch and engine mount replacements

    then for sale to change to the dark side
    ROTOR!!!!!!


    jordo

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    Hi! I am from Russia.
    My Nissan Exa KEN13 1986'



    Engine & Transmission:
    -CA18DE (Since the plant was CA16DE).
    -Standard 5 Speed gearbox.

    Brakes:
    -Standart Disc around.

    Suspension:
    -Front - Bilstein B6 & Standart springs, CUSCO steel tower bar.
    -Rear - Bilstein B4 & Standart springs.

    Interior:
    -Standart.

    Exterior:
    -15" Tom's with 195/60 Potenza RE-01.

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    Well since iv been on here for a while heres tequila

    mods
    rwd intake,
    de injectors,
    vlsd box,
    rear disc set up,
    det rocker covers,
    sportsbak,
    gp lips,
    engine bay tided up
    soon to be made covers for engine bay,
    removed emmisions gear due the the fact that its a mess of vac piping that does nothing, (still running carbon gear but trying to keep as legal as possible ),
    hitech extractors,

    an my newest exa gp 133 (named sangria for the mean time)

    mods,
    short shifter,
    running maxima altanator ,
    thats all i really know about it so far plus it will be getting returned to stock as a rock.
    Quote Originally Posted by tatty000 View Post
    Hondas - Reliable, tough, good economy, parts are fairly easy to get, maintain their value, comfortable, keep a contemporary look after many years, fairly quick as N/A's.

    Nissan - Targa.

    Therefore, Nissan wins.

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    American 83' Nissan Pulsar NX with E16s and 5spd manual.




    --Engine and Transmission--
    Engine stock freshly rebuilt.
    Weber 32/36 Carb.
    2.5 inch exhaust.
    Cat and muffler replaced with resonator.
    Removed A/C system.
    Future engine mods HERE
    Trans is stock 5spd manual.

    --Suspension & Brakes--
    Suspension lifted 2 inches to accommodate bigger tires for off road and snow.
    Bigger 14 inch rims with 195/70/14's summer. 195/65/14's winter studded.
    Coil overs on rear shocks.
    New OEM bushings all around.
    Brakes stock. Future rear disks.

    --Interior--
    Was reupholstered year before I got it.
    Volt and Oil pres gauges added.

    --Exterior--
    Fresh paint.
    Sunroof Installed.
    Window stickers :-)
    New front blinkers fabricated.
    Future: Better fresh paint ;-)

    LINK : ЇŞΜ● XR's build thread.

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    Newbie Austin is very helpful round here
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    hmm nice collection of beautiful cars.... I like all of them specially the red one because that car is more shining... but guys you have really awesome cars and you modify them very good. Thanks for sharing the photos and please keep continue to sharing these nice shots.
    Last edited by Austin; 27th April 2013 at 02:11 PM.

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    AWD/4WD MASTER TOOQIKK is someone we respect TOOQIKK's Avatar
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    its a 2.0liter Turbo Charged AWD beast.....


    this is for fever....:-P
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    for all your synthetic oil and filter needs

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOQIKK View Post
    its a 2.0liter Turbo Charged AWD beast.....


    this is for fever....:-P
    Dirty Boxer
    Quote Originally Posted by tatty000 View Post
    Hondas - Reliable, tough, good economy, parts are fairly easy to get, maintain their value, comfortable, keep a contemporary look after many years, fairly quick as N/A's.

    Nissan - Targa.

    Therefore, Nissan wins.

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    Exa's brother.
    Nissan Sunny RZ-1.(KEB12)





    Engine & Transmission:
    -CA18DE (Since the plant was CA16DE).
    -Standard 5 Speed gearbox LSD(RS5F31V)(Since the plant was RL4F02A).

    Brakes:
    -Front & rear brakes from Nissan Avenir SR20DET 4WD.
    -Front 280*28mm, 2 pot.
    -Rear 280*10mm.
    -"Dry" steering rack.

    Suspension:
    -Front - Bilstein B6 & Standart springs, CUSCO steel tower bar, custom tower bar transverse link.
    -Rear - Bilstein B6 & Standart springs. Custom parallel links.

    Interior:
    -Standart.

    Exterior:
    -Sparco 195/55 R15 - winter
    -Super Advan Racing 205/50 R15 - summer.

    Siberian winter.



    Sorry, thanks.
    Last edited by Desperado; 7th February 2014 at 10:58 PM.

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    EXA/NX Maniac stocknx is very helpful round here stocknx's Avatar
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    So cool! wish we got those here in the US

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    Check my new Liberty Imports AE86 RC
    https://www.bestadvisor.com/rc-drift-cars
    Perfect neat little car, will be buying another and saving it until I get a real one... LOL

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