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    Awesome to see this back out. Was one of the cars that inspired me a lot when I first had mine

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    This was also one of the cars that inspired me to get an s14. Good to see it still going!

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    Thanks guys!

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    Good to see you getting this back on the road. And welcome to the decade club. I joined in April this year. I wonder how many people on here are members of it (with the same car)

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    Awesome to see cars that have been owned for this long. It's a credit to you mate.

    Really makes me wish I had stuck mine in a unit instead of getting rid of it.

    Looking forward to the progress

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    Can you put the specs of the work meisters? Roll arches?

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    Cheers guys; excited to get behind the wheel again.

    Quote Originally Posted by GT-ARR View Post
    Can you put the specs of the work meisters? Roll arches?
    Sure:

    Front: 18x9 +16 (et22 and 6mm spacer), 225/40, lip roll

    Rear: 18x10 +0 (et25 and 25mm spacer), 245/40, lip roll and pull/mild flare

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    Made a start on cleaning/tidying up my engine bay. I discovered a plug which isn't connected to anything. Can someone help me figure out what this is? The plug was quite near the exhaust manifold, so was looking pretty sorry for itself (I've rested the plug on the intake in photo 1):





    Also, I sheared one of the bolts for my radiator brackets

    Shall I attempt to drill it out and replace with a conventional nut and bolt?

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    Right strut tower? Will be the oem boost solenoid plug.
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    Yep right tower; thanks I thought that may be it. I'll cable tie it out of the way somewhere.

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    Quail its not my business but i think the car deserve better photos

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    Gotta get it road legal first!

    Here's a couple old ones:



    Last edited by Quail; 24-10-2015 at 14:11.

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    Awesome ride! Love the rims and the cleaness of the car without spoilers :

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    Quail, what skirts you fitted to that amazing car?

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    They're Ziax skirts

    I believe they originally came with the R33 style kit they did for our cars, many many years ago. It wasn't a particularly popular/common bodykit, so the skirts can be hard to track down, although I have seen them pop up every now and again.

    I don't know if Clive ever sold his. This was 3 years ago, but you never know: http://www.driftworks.com/forum/part...-now-70-a.html

    Navan skirts are just as nice, and much more straightforward to get ahold of (an old photo of Chris Cooke's car):

    Last edited by Quail; 24-10-2015 at 16:23.

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    cars looking great mate, very nice

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    Didn't realise you were running the Ziax skirts now. Should of spotted as I have them too. You are right though. Not many people with them at all !!! Look good though (better than mine that are half falling off)

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    Thanks guys!

    The latest acquisition is something I've desperately wanted since I got in to Hondas many moons ago. I managed to find one in Japan and get it shipped over. Cosmetically it's not in the best shape, but structurally it's lovely. I'll be restoring the metal to its former glory whilst I await a new foam element from Nengun.

    All this effort over an old air filter



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    This looks great I love this, very clean and simple!

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    Thanks; wish it was as mint as yours though! Been working on cleaning up the engine bay; will grab some pics once the ARC is fitted.

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