CURRENT SPEC This car is basically a fully road legal car, modified to meet the British Drift Championship Regulations. It was build with the Japanese Drift series “Street-Legal” still in mind as it was originally build with the hope that the UK would follow suit. The Car retains as much of the original interior as possible, a working radio, Air-conditioning and electric windows and mirrors. The full spec is as follows Nissan Onevia SR20DET At Flywheel 320.32BHP 312.9 FT/LB Torque HKS Filter Z32 Air flow meter Greddy FMIC and HardPipes Greddy Oil Cooler Tomei 740 injectors Uprated full pump JapSpeed Manifold Exedy 3 paddle clutch Nismo Clutch Slave cylinder and arm Nismo Rad Cap. Full stanless 3" exhaust custom raised down pipe. and full exhaust raised into the chassis. Greddy Boost controller Greddy Gauges and controller OMP small steering wheel wheel + snap off boss. Z32 Ally 4 Pots up Front with Redstuff pads Z32 Rear brakes with Project Mu pads Compu brake Hydraulic Handbrake DW hydro lines Willwood race brake Bias valve Cusco brake Stopper Adjustable lock stops Steering rack bushes solid DW spacers Full Driftworks CS2 coilovers Pillball top mounts Front Strut Brace Fully poly bushed front and lower arms Poly bushed ARB's R33 wheels all around Safety Full Frabricage Roll cage Twin door bars (Joined drivers) and Rear X brace. 2 X Full 6 point Scroth racing Harnesses. OMP front and rear tow eyes Battery Relocated to Behind Drivers Seat Fire extinguisher Ignition Cut off Pull chords. Magic Areo Type kouki front bumper Magic Areo Type X Front Lip Magic Areo chucki Side skirts Magic areo Rear Spats Magic areo Ps13 rear lip OEM Nissan Spoiler Thanks to. Carloan4u Japspeed Driftworks Steve @ FC Tuning Mitch @ Drift Garage BDC Hywell, Chris, Haydon and all the guys/Girls who helped build the car. Everyone at Carloan4u and all the people who are in and support the Drift Team. Chrissy my amazing Girlfriend. and a few other peeps, cant remember just now. -----------------------BUILD THREAD STARTS ------------------- Its been months waiting to start this topic. so here it is. Basicly, have wanted a PS13 but always thought id be to scared to buy on incase i was going to smash it, so i thought id get a 180 instead as there generally alittle cheaper. but i managed to get one for alittle less then then 6K+ they were going on on PH. Spec according to Importer: 17" WORK alloys, CUSCO coilovers, stainless tubular manifold, stianless turbo elbow, stainless decat downpipe, stainless 3" exhaust system, strut brace, GReddy boost controller, HKS induction kit, TRUST oil cooler with filter relocation kit, front mount intercooler, aftermarket rear diff, NISMO clutch, Greddy turbo timer, momo aftermarket steering wheel. Photos in this one there is a little tab off the oil filter baseplate seen coming from the top left, is this oil pressure or temp? any ideas? Now i need some help with the following, as most Imports im just trying to get my head around whats been done to the car. now this is on the Induction Pipe. any ideas what it is why its blocked off? is that the standard induction pipe with the HKS bits on? also this is in the rad hose im asuming is just a sandwich plate for a temp sensor which looks to be missing. the rad looks brand new aswell. the car also only has a tiny battery, and if it doesnt start on the first turnover or second it doesnt have enough power to start the car - which when its been left for a week + in the cold can be a pain. hard to see but im guessing this is the "service history" looks like its had a few anyways. just trying to work out if there is anything else on it, the turbo just says Garret and from what i could see quickly was M24 any ideas if this is stock? Plans: strip the nice bits out of the 100nx (seen in the back ground) and fit to this including Sparco rev solid state bucket seat, snap off boss wheel, spacer. and then sell that to buy some front tyres for this. Split the wheels and go Gold With the Centres, does anyone know what torque Split rims should be done up to? Then just get some seat time. lots of it. any comments advice and help would be welcome.