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    Freshly imported high spec S14

    Hello everyone, Iím James (wocka is my nickname) Iím a from the UK and have recently imported a mega s14

    Quick rundown on the spec, imported through Torque GT

    Genuine 62,000km

    One owner car in Japan

    Top to bottom built engine by Executive Racing (unfortunately have now shut down) 87mm sleeved block, hks pistons, tomei procams, hks gt3040 turbo kit etc

    Once the car landed in the UK I decided to upgrade to a Link G4X ecu, Link boost solenoid, AEM CAS wheel, and changed the tyres to Zeknova SuperSport RS. The Link was setup and mapped by engine tuner ltd and made a healthy and safe 416bhp, we didnít want to go too crazy with the power as I was coming from a mildly modified Honda Integra DC5. The guys have done a cracking job and it drives fantastic

    Anyway look forward to getting stuck in with the build and meeting some of you guys along the way

    My Instagram is w5cka if anyone wants to follow for regular updates




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    Welcome to the club! Love the car, have you got much planned for it?

    We follow each other on Instagram already

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    Quote Originally Posted by sx rider View Post
    Welcome to the club! Love the car, have you got much planned for it?

    We follow each other on Instagram already
    I plan on doing lots of track days in it and occasional drift days but throughly look after it like it deserves

    Just want to make it my own for now. Going to get the wheels refurbished over winter and change a few bits on it, prob have it mapped again next year to release some more ponies


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    Welcome to the club, I answered some of your questions you had about your car on your Instagram for you a few weeks back. @h15ftw

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    WTTC

    Nice looking car and seems well spec'd.

    Why the change from the DC5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wocka View Post
    I plan on doing lots of track days in it and occasional drift days but throughly look after it like it deserves

    Just want to make it my own for now. Going to get the wheels refurbished over winter and change a few bits on it, prob have it mapped again next year to release some more ponies


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    Sounds good! Will be interesting to see what you do with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by piman2k View Post
    Welcome to the club, I answered some of your questions you had about your car on your Instagram for you a few weeks back. @h15ftw
    Oh did you, donít recognise your IG name, thanks though. Will make sure Iím following you now


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    Quote Originally Posted by MEL View Post
    WTTC

    Nice looking car and seems well spec'd.

    Why the change from the DC5?
    Had 2 DC5ís now, last one I imported as a totally stock mint example and chucked loads of jdm parts on it and used it for shows but the track was calling me back too much and I didnít have the heart to use the dc5 on track days plus I fancied a change away





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    I bet that dc5 would of been awesome for track work. S14 looks great
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriscooke View Post
    I bet that dc5 would of been awesome for track work. S14 looks great
    I did take it on track a few times but just wasnít suited suited for it, tyres kept hitting the wings and the bumper kept catching the floor

    They are cracking cars on track though. Used to own a Nissan pulsar gtir too which was a track toy, full cage, Perspex windows etc





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    Welcome! And very nice SX! Very nice Integra too! :-)

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    Welcome That's a very powerful S14 you have there and looks a very tidy example. Great to hear you're going to be using it for what it's built for. Will you be keeping it in a garage/storage on bad days? The previous cars look and sound good too. I look forward to updates

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    Quote Originally Posted by markcro View Post
    Welcome! And very nice SX! Very nice Integra too! :-)
    Thank you


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dastardly View Post
    Welcome That's a very powerful S14 you have there and looks a very tidy example. Great to hear you're going to be using it for what it's built for. Will you be keeping it in a garage/storage on bad days? The previous cars look and sound good too. I look forward to updates
    Yes itís just a summer car and dry stored, wonít be many days left now until itís off the road for winter


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    Yeah but that builds the excitement for summer knowing you've got something fun to drive when the sun comes out. Plus you'll be tinkering with it over winter to keep you interested knowing it's going to be even better next year. You could show it at an indoor show.

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    Neat and nice ride, man!

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