Im not totally sure if this will be of any interest to you guys! But I thought what the hell I may as well put it up up, if it isnt I'm sure you can ignore it or look at a project that is! Lol I have cut and pasted this direct from my own personal website www.nickbradydrift.com (please feel free to check it out!)Therefore, some of the text may seem a little patronising but please dont take it that way I am trying to cater for all people that may visit the site including those that are not as into drifting as us lot on here! This is just a cosmetic project really, I wont be making any engine mods, as there is nothing wrong with it as it stands, and, more to the point I am not rich!!!! lol This is just to get the car up to regs and make it look a little better.....hopefully! Anyway I hope you enjoy, thanks for looking So while I was waiting on the cage there are some other bits that need doing. At the last shakedown to test the new steering modifications the front wheel ate through the loom. Because the wheel track has been widened and the car now has more lock, it is rubbing on things it wasn't before. As you can see the yellow tape is the make shift repair that was done track side and lasted all of 10 minutes before retiring for the day! So the loom had to be re-routed to keep it out of harms way. Rather than being under the arch it now goes over the top and under the wing. Next was to fit the rear GTR over fenders. First thing on the agenda is to cut the outer skin of the rear arches. Notice the primer patches?! An argument with a set of tyres at Lydden Hill that ended with the tyres winning! A great reason to get the GTR over fenders! Once the outer skin has been cut away, the inner needs to be slotted so it can be bent up to meet the outer skin again. This will provide wheel clearance when the stance of the car is widened. Once the inner skin has been flared to meet the outer arch it all needs welding in place. Now its ready for some seam sealant. Once that has been applied the over fenders can be put in place. Here is a shot of the extra clearance that little operation now gives. This now means we can run wider wheels on the rears without any rubbing The cage should be ready to be shipped at the end of this week with delivery hopefully early next. So I thought I should start stripping the inside out ready for when it arrives. First off get the seats out, then pop the steering wheel off and the dash can come out. The door cards are going to be modified to give room for the cage and to save a little weight. So they need to come off too! So below is how the car sits at the moment. This is pretty much all I can do until the cage arrives. There are some wiring bits that need to be done which is pretty boring stuff! I will do another update when the cage starts to go in, hopefully it wont be that long fingers crossed. The cage arrived earlier this week first things first we had to unpack everything to make sure it was all present and accounted for. Now that everything was out and we had all we needed it was time to start putting it in. Before anything could start the screens needed to come out. A quick call to a mate and it was arranged for 7 a.m the following morning!