Jessy's S13 - Project Mayhem

Thread in 'Project Cars and Builds Threads' started by jessy, Jan 2, 2010.

  1. jessy

    jessy Member

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    Engine:

    (no modification inside the engine, it was rebuilt 60.000km ago)

    CA18DET (to be changed very soon)

    T25R turbo

    Exhaust:


    Supermade Catback with CATCO high flow cat


    Suspension:
    Apexi N1 Coilovers


    Wheels:

    Works VS XX 18x9.5 Front and 18x10.5 Back


    Modifications:

    - Front Evo 8 brakes with braided lines and Evo 8 front rotors


    - Rear Z32 brakes with braided lines and Z32 bm57 Master Brake Cylinder

    - HKS SSQV dump valve

    - Blitz Spec R boost controller

    - Rear upper camber arms and soon full set of suspension Arms

    - Work9 bodykit and SuperMade front fenders

    - SuperMade headlight covers with Catz lights

    - Roller fendered rear


    - Front S14/A turn signal

    - Full set of Autometer gauges to come in place of the OEM cluster.

    Stereo Audio / Visual:

    - Full blaupunkt audio speakers


    - kenwood headunit


    Estimated Power:


    230 rwhp at the dyno at 1.1 bar

    Some pics :

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    Have to lower it a little bit

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  2. jessy

    jessy Member

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    Awaiting to come :
    My new engine :D

    Still to be mounted :
    - Dual pump bosch 044
    - Sytec Prefilters
    - Full D-Project Suspension Arms
    - Battery Relocation to be done
    - Painting to be done

    More pics to come :)
     
  3. initial_j

    initial_j Made guy

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    one of my favourite wheels. want to sell/swap them?
     
  4. Mattolodis

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    nice project lurvely wheels :thumbs:
     
  5. jessy

    jessy Member

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    No thanks :D

    I have just bought also a spare set for the track :
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    Can't wait to receive them :wack:
     
  6. shines14

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    i love those rear lights
     
  7. GotMilk?

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    what are those front lights called lad? lovely s13 btw :)
     
  9. AznDrftr.

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    How did you mount your headlights, im still tryin to figure out a way to do them more securely.
     
  10. s15-newbie

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    why the hell 2x bosch 044? 1x can handle 600hp easy way. they flow 300lph at 3bar.

    its wasted money.

    i going to put a rb26 with t04r into my s15 and run only !!!! 1 !!!! 044 bosch.




    2x bosch 044 are for cars going more than 800hp.
     
  11. jessy

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    Thanks ;)
    But I have bought a different kit and I will resell this one...
    I have a lot of DMax parts to sell by the way :D (2x roof wings,
    1xwangan style wing and 1x pair of rear overfenders)

    As for the colors, I am thinking about Satin Black or Brown :)

    Thanks :D Those are the Catz MSX, very bright and really powerfull combined with a set of XSL for highbeam :)

    In fact there is a fiber-glass support made by SuperMade which
    replaces the oem fron headlight assembly. they are bolt on
    and you screw you spot on this fibre glass assembly.It is very secure, no problem. I have drifted with them, and run with them at more that 220km/h no problem at all :D
    Btw, I will resell this setup to make a new one :)

    Do you know what will be my new engine? :D
    Well, can't tell you now (it is a surprisssse :D ) but it is rated
    today at around 950HP, it is twin turbo'ed... So I think I will need my pumps :D
    Btw, you never get to much in fuel :smokin:
     
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    what do you want for a roof wing posted to germany?
     
  13. AznDrftr.

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    care to show pics of the headlight set up please
     
  14. jessy

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    Had trouble lately with my ISP, and so couldn't do my homework :D

    @GotMilk? : Well the roof wing is only for S13 Coupe. But if you still want one you can send me a PM ;)

    @AznDrftr. : sure will do that. Will take pics as soon as I get to the garage :)

    So, to continue, parts I received lately to be mounted :

    Mecanics :


    - Arms (front and rear) :
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    - Fender Brace and Ladder Brace :
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    - Brakes :
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    - New dump :)
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    - R33 GTS Rear drivetrain (on a boat with my new engine)

    - 350Z brake booster (on the same boat) and a BM57 Brake master cylinder

    Interior :

    - A new carpet (yeah, I now, but my toes wanted it, I couldn't bypass it :D )

    - New Gauges cluster full autometer:
    (Speed, RPM, Fuel level, Water Temp, Oil Temp, AFR et Oil Press) and a Blitz boost gauge :wink:
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    Needed to get some indicator lights, so got them off a bike Vapor support :
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    - Recaro Speed Saturn for seats ;)
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    - Digital Climate Control
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    Exterior :

    - BodyKit
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    - Origin tatakidashi rear fenders +50mm
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    - Kouki rear tail lights :)

    - The interior color : full gloss black
     
  15. jessy

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    Now can't sleep, cause I have a big question that won't come off my head : What fuel pressure regulator to use for such an application?
    I was interested in the Magnafuel Large Two Port Fuel Regulator MP-9833, but any advice would be greatly appreciated!! :D
     
  17. Sturge

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    wow thats gonna be epic!
     
  18. Sturge

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    you need too get it set up on a dyno really, id set the base fuel pressure at 3 bar to get you running and then get it setup professionally
     
  19. jessy

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    You are right about that ;)
    But at first, no FPR was used, I want to add one for reliability of the setup.
    Does the FPR I mentioned would match my setup? Or do I have to go for an EFI one?
     
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    for tuning you want a rising rate FPR that means for every psi of boost you get you get a psi of fuel pressure added (i think) and thats what you want for a turbo car,

    not sure if the one you mentioned is a rising rate one or not
     

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