Hey, here's my 1994 Silvia Qs. Before I get onto the S14, I'll run thru the cut down story that led me to this point since I'm bored and avoiding doing any of my coursework at the moment. I'm currently a uni student and have been around drifting for the last 3 years now. First RWD was at 18 in the form of a Volvo 360; it was a completely standard 2l carbed GLE with a locked rear diff, which I started to learn the basics of streeto in. Few crashes and fixes later I had learnt to hold a decent skid but not much more; I then sold it and bought this: Which I kept completely standard and just drove around in. Blew the HG on the CA, put another one in and then sold it after having completely obliterated my wallet on running it. I realised it was probably best I got something easier to run and skid ready, so I picked up this 328. Pretty looking but broken in so many ways, I learnt how to do shift lock entries and transitions but again never got round to doing a drift day. After getting points for speeding I sold it due to not being able to afford the insurance; strangely enough, getting an S13 was actually cheaper so I picked up this: which was probably the worst decision I have ever made in my entire life. Massively overpriced and broken in pretty much every way (pic taken after cleaning up and lowering somewhat, believe it or not), I drove this probably 6 times in the 4 months I owned it and then sold after the bottom end went. A few cars later I picked up this 325 coupe at the end of 2014: Which became this: Which I took to Lydden and did this: And then this. 60mph through a water filled barrier and into a tire wall resulted in majorly distorted turrets so this was stripped down and sold. Lydden was my first ever drift day after two years of street practise and it showed; I had alot to learn and the only way I was going to do so was through solid seat time in a solid car. Few cars later and I picked up this 325 non-vanos saloon, which had been barry'd up but otherwise sound. Turned it into this: Did this lots of times: It was a 325 non vanos with a locked 3.15 ratio diff, coilovers and rack spacers. So simple yet so fun, this taught me loads, got me through 5 lydden days and a pod day and took me to and from work every day. However I saw the opportunity to buy another 13 and sold it. Instantly regretted doing so and still miss it but hey ho. S13 turned out to have no chassis legs or inner sills so that got broken for parts; I then built this POS with an M52B28 and a locked 3.45 diff, slammed it on its arse and used it as a winter skidder for a while. Unfortunately, come 2016 I had landed myself a 6 month driving ban due to racking up 12 points. While I was somewhat gutted, I was also relieved as it was a fresh start to A) un-explode my bank account and B) sell up out of crappy BMWs and build something decent. Soooo I bought a written off S14a 200SX and a rolling shell and with alot of help from friends we managed to chuck this together: However this was far less complete than it looked and when my ban ended I realised that I had neither the money nor the time to run an SR20DET as a daily and a drift day car. I put it up for it's breaking value and sold it within a day; on the very same day, I saw an advert for a dubious looking S14 import... It's an SR20DE powered JDM S14 which was bought into the country in 2006 and daily'd by someone as a standard runaround for the best part of 10 years, by which point it has clocked up 330,000kms. It was then bought by someone who basically ripped it apart, screwed around with it and then sold it onto me. I purchased it with a snapped toe arm, a completely stripped interior bar doorcards and dash, a bootlid that was gaffa taped down due to the seller messing around with the boot lock (which left lovely glue marks all over the back), mis-matched coilovers on the front, seized rear brakes with pads down to metal, a standard exhaust with the backbox literally ripped off so the midpipe ended near the rear wheel, a stereo that kept causing the sidelight / taillight fuse to pop, about 30 foot worth of wiring to some crap rear speakers and a plethora of other issues. However it made cool NA noises and I managed to get it for cheap so I decided it was worth putting some time into. After sorting the boring stuff I focused on looks: Turbo lip, Navan grill, orange indicators and 20mm spacers up front fitted: Grids sold, 15x9 BM8s fitted, matching coilovers fitted and lowered: Carpet, chequered floormats, Bride Brix, pignose passenger seat, back seats and Nardi Torino fitted: Current spec is: 1994 S14 Silvia Qs SR20DE Japspeed Diayama coilovers Rear toe arms Stupid long 3.7 VLSD which sucks Unbranded NA specific 2.5" exhaust with decat and japcan Rota BM8s, Toyo T1Rs Navan grill Turbo splitter De-spoilered Bride Brix + Bride rail Nardi Torino I have S13 hubs and an R180 2-way diff to fit however both need supporting mods before they can be installed. Once those are on, plus a light fly and a decent clutch it'll see Rockingham & Pod and maybe Lydden if they change the current proposed format / price. At the moment I'm just enjoying dailying it, despite the insanely long 3.7 diff. It skids well as it is, sounds good and is pretty easy to run day-to-day so it's perfect for what I want. On the hunt for a Vertex roof wing and kouki boot spoiler and then exterior will be pretty much sorted.