another 'what would you like to see in the Driftworks shop?' thread

Thread in 'Driftworks Products & Enquiries' started by james, May 15, 2006.

  1. SteveC200

    SteveC200 Used to drift, now I don't.

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    Longer wheel studs for 13 and 14. A total pain in the arse finding them for S13s unless you pay £8 a stud or get S14 ones and drill the hub out. Not H&R though, they are shite, the splines arent long enough to locate in the hub properly.
     
  2. james

    james Administrator
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    shouldn't be a problem sir :)
    Do you by any chance have details of exactly we're looking for? If we have the info, I'm happy to have a good ring around and sort it :thumbs:
     
  3. SteveC200

    SteveC200 Used to drift, now I don't.

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    IIRC...

    M12x1.25, 64+mm long (good for 20mm spacers)

    S14 spline: 14.25mm dia
    S13 spline: 12.85mm dia

    Got to be a bit careful of the length of the spline though. I got some S14 studs off DME and the spline was a little too long for the rear so it poked through the hub face so the disc didnt sit flat. Not a major prob though, just took a drill to the disc and recessed the hole.:) The front hub face must be a bit thicker though as I fitted one the yesterday and it sat flush with the hub face.

    :)
     
  4. ruben

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    More size options for your t-shirts ;)
     
  5. Sultennok

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    COOL about the rear brake pads for AE86.. :thumbs: Im having a huge problem here in Denmark getting anything but stock pads for the rear..
    By the way.. Does anyone know about a job as an Aircraft Techincian in your country..? Because im getting sick and tired of living in a country that does NOTHING else than making the life of people who wants to drive interresting cars..........SO HARD! ( import tax=180% of sales value at a Danish dealership!) :mad:
     
  6. datsun_turbo

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    :nod: big gay wings:euge: lol:D

    EDIT: im thinking about removing the water pipes from my turbo, i'm not sure what's involved but if there are any bits like blanking plugs etc it would be handy to have them availible.
     
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  7. Sultennok

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    Yes what about Aero kits for the AE86...!!! They would probably be expensive to ship to Denmark.. But then again.... This car IS exspensive :-)
     
  8. matt

    matt -NIGHTSPIRIT FAMILY-

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    stuff for FC's, you mazda hating bastards!:D

    shame you didn't get the S13 sump guards sorted last month, would have loved to have tried one out. ah well.
     
  9. sammysideways

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    james, what sorta price for the sump guards?? and also the catch tank??

    need anyone to try out the sump guard??

    also a subframe for base mounted seats like cobras etc etc
     
  10. SteveC200

    SteveC200 Used to drift, now I don't.

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    You sure you'll be able to fit it?:D
     
  11. Lennie

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    Would be quite easy with a engine in bits, just screw it to the garage door ;)
     
  12. warner

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    SR remote coilpack kit:nod:
    other than that just more DW branding(orange :D ) on stuff would be nice
     
  13. jonjon

    jonjon gripper stebson

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    "Fat Guy" seat rail that has a tab and slot on the inside where it fixes to the floor to let you space the rails a little further apart to fit the "Larger Gent" seats into/between the dw superlow rails!
     
  14. oli

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    still waiting for......

    DWAYNE stickers(in all colours)
    dworks hoodies (as per staff only ones :))and longsleeve tee's

    thankyouplease
     
  15. Kieron

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    OMP Trecento Uno steering wheel 300mm in suede :nod:
     
  16. gtst lad

    gtst lad Ut oh

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  17. Kieron

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    Also plastic electrical ducting or sleeving (is there such a word) to hide/protect the electrical cables inside the engine bay and inside the car.

    Do you know what I’m talking about? I’m not sure if I do…
     
  18. 96dennis96

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    just go to any electrical company and ask for some.
    they probably wont have the slit version you just slide over cables but who cares.
    it´s easy enough to cut it open by its lenght and it´s lots cheaper.
    costs about 18eurocent a meter and you can get various sizes... (25mm fits nicely in most cases...)
     
  19. oli

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    conduit:thumbs:
     
  20. Duane200sxS14

    Duane200sxS14 Active Member

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    Yes please :thumbs:

    Duane.
     

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