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Old 11-03-2014, 08:33 PM
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So, I've been forgetting things I'm doing because in the past month I have pretty much purchased all new parts. Tranny, engine, suspension interior, audio and now looking at body stuff. I will start posting pics of the small progress I have made and each step after. Btw, this build is going for the TT 600HP range. I will update this post with parts list soon.


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Engine:
Rebuilt Revup Engine
Weisco Pistons 8.8:1
Eagle Connecting Rods
ARP L19 Head & Main Studs
New Rear Main Seal
Block inspected and cleaned
Block re-decked
Block modified for better cooling
Block Bored and Honed using a Torque Plate
Rotating assembly balanced
Crank magna fluxed and the journals micro-polished
ACL main bearings installed
ACL rod bearings installed
ACL thrust washers
Block assembled
Cossworth HR Head Gaskets
Heads inspected and cleaned
Heads re-decked
Ported exhaust and intake runners
JWT S7 Cams
JWT Heavy Duty Valve Springs
5 angle radius cut valve job
Viton Valve Stem Seals
Ferrea Valve Train Kit
Valve Stem Heights set
Cold Clearance set for cams
Heads assembled
New Revup Oil Pump
Mishimoto Low Temp Thermostat
Passenger and Drivers Side Wire Tuck. Custom Engine Bays
gredyy TT kit 18g - Turbo's rebuilt by the boostlab in Tampa FL. IG: @boostlab
APS intercooler
SxExCx Bolt kit - Black and Chrome
NeoChrome Washer Kit - Custom Engine Bays IG:@pearl_g35
Dress-up Bolts - True Titanium Strut Tower Nuts
Unorthodox lightweight pulleys
Baid Polished Plenum
Baid Polished Throttle Body
Baid Polished Cam Covers
Baid Polished VTCS
Baid Polished coolant pipes
Baid Polished rear timing cover
Baid Polished front timing cover
Baid Polished 5/16 spacer
Baid Polished mrev2
Baid polished lower collector
Baid Polished Oil return
Baid Polished Coil pack covers
Baid Polished Power Steering Tank
Baid Polished Coolant Overflow Tank
Z1 Stainless Steel Clutch Line
Z1 Master Hose Set (Black)
Z1 Poly Trans mounts
Z1 Poly motor mounts
Z1 Idler Pulley Elimination Kit + New belts
JDM Battery/Brake cover
RareJDM Polished Aluminium JDM Engine Wire Cover
Import Parts Pro PCV valve AN Fitting (-8AN)
Mishimoto Radiator
Mishimoto Fan shroud
Mishimoto 10 Row oil cooler
Mishimoto Oil Sandwich Plate with 3 1/8 NPT threads
Black Painted Valve Covers
1050 ID injectors
Aeromotive 340 lph E85 fuel pump
AAM oil pan spacer
AAM Stage 1 Fuel Return system with all black fittings
Aeromotive A1000 Fuel Regulator
Aeromotive Inline Fuel Filter
Apexi Boost controller
Manifolds Jet Coated
Turbos Jet Coated Hot Side

Exhaust:
Berk HFCs - Will be up for sale.
Berk Test Pipes
HKS Cat Back
Magnaflow X Pipe

Suspension:

FRONT
Whiteline W52991 - Front Lower Control Arm Inner
Whiteline W52992 - Front Lower Shock Mount
Whiteline W52988 - Front Upper Control Arms
Whiteline KLC110 - Front Sway Bar End Links
Kinetix Adjustable Camber Arms - Powder Coated
- Front Stillen Sway bar - Powder Coated
New Front Compression Rods - Powder Coated
New Front Inner Tie Rods and boot kit
New Front outer Tie rods
New SPD Front Knuckle Ball Joints
Front Upper Adjustable Control Arms - Powder Coated
New front spindles - Powder Coated
New Wheel Bearings
25mm spacers

REAR
15k mile rear diff
Nismo Rear Diff Cover - Powder Coated
BC BR True Coil Overs + Extenders - Powder Coated Springs and Plate
Camber Lock out Kit
Toe Lock out kit
Rear Stillen sway bar - Powder Coated
Kinetix Rear Traction Arms - Powder Coated
Kinetix Rear Camber Arms - Powder Coated
Custom Spring Bucket Delete Arms - Powder Coated
Mevotech Rear Upper Control Arms - Painted to match Powder Coat
Whiteline W62999 - Rear control arm outer bushings
Whiteline W62535 - shock absorber / Lower Rear Outer bushings
Whiteline W62998 - Trailing Arm Rear bushings
Whiteline KLC141 - Rear sway end links for stillen sway bar
Whiteline W22959 - Rear sway bar bushings for stillen sway bar
Whiteline KDT911 - rear diff bushings
Whiteline W62989 - Rear Upper Control Arm bushings
Akebono calipers - Powder Coated
Rear Dust Shiels - Cut and Powder Coated
Rear Frame stabalizer bar - Powder Coated
New Wheel Bearings
25mm spacers


Drivetrain/Steering:
New CD09 6MT
JWT lightweight flywheel
JWT clutch
Nismo bearing

Body:
Painted Engine Bay
Painted Core support
AMS CF hood
Kuruma Z Front Bumper
Kuruma CF Splitter
06 Black Projectors
06 JDM TAIL LIGHTS
New Door check stoppers L+R

Interior:
Vinyl Wrapped dashboard
Nifty Shifty black shift boot with gray quad stitch
Painted Mid Dashboard and center console (Front and Rear)
Custom 350Z style Dash Trim for gauges
JDM Double Din Dash Trim
Prosport 52mm Premium Gauges (oil pressure, oil temp, fuel pressure, EGT, boost).
Innovative 52mm Dual Wide band AFR gauge
-NRG Innovations Pilota 320mm Sport Steering Wheel (Silver Trim)
-SRK-141H - Short Hub,
-SRK-650BK GEN 3.0
Revived all plastics and panels with heat gun
New window motors L+R
Hard wired 12v to 5v / 3amp adapter
NRG Harness Bar
Corbeau A4 Seats
Corbeau brackets
Carbon Fiber Rear Seat Delete


Audio:
32GB Nexus 7" Tablet
JVC KWR910BT
Axxess Steering wheel control module
dash command and plx kiwi 2 Bluetooth
4 Polk Audio MM 6.5 Component Speakers
2 Polk Audio MM 691 6x9's
2 Polk Audio 1" MM Tweeters
2 Polk Audio 8" MM840 Subs
1 Zenclosuers trunk box
1 Polk Audio D5000.5 5 Channel Amp.
 

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Old 11-03-2014, 09:10 PM
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600 hp NA ? Never heard of such a thing
 
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600 hp NA ? Never heard of such a thing
Typo Fixed to note I'm going Twin Turbo.

You smart *** :P
 
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What you did was just links on the images, i re-did your post to show the images rather than clicking on a link... I was also bored at work at that time
 
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Originally Posted by NATH_19 View Post
What you did was just links on the images, i re-did your post to show the images rather than clicking on a link... I was also bored at work at that time
Ahhh, I was scratching my head for a minute why it didn't work when I first did it....I didn't have the option to parse the images on my account. DOH. Now it shows up! I did however fix them, so if you'd like to delete your post to keep it cleaner, I would appreciate it.

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Z/G dash mod

So decided to ditch my first attempt due to the fact I need more locations for gauges. So, begin the 350z dash in the G.

A/C controls will still be located in the normal spot. But just to get an idea...

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more pics of car and engine bay please.
 
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I'm guessing you will be fiberglassing the entire dash??
 
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Originally Posted by Frankieg35 View Post
I'm guessing you will be fiberglassing the entire dash??
I originally thought so. But after some careful modifications, it will integrate with existing pieces. Just need to fill some minor gaps with trim. This will also hinge up, so I can access behind the tablet and etc...
 
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damn wtf am I looking at?
 
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damn wtf am I looking at?
I'm not sure anymore.....lol
 
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Getting the old dashboard out to replace with the new covered one.
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