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About J__

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  1. RIP Ross, your passion and dedication to the Z will forever live on. You were a great man!
  2. my sparco sprints fit nicely on redrilled/welded stock rails and perfect size for me: 5'10 160lbs
  3. J__

    Z + 5dmk2

    try the youtube link
  4. J__

    Z + 5dmk2

    Took my car out for the summer and had a go at my first attempt to make a DSLR video. Hope you guys like it! http://vimeo.com/26316558
  5. awe man! I wish these kits were available when i built my car... woulda made my life so much easier! nice looking kits at a GREAT price.
  6. my AFM on my 78 280z just buggered out to be unable to pass smog, I borrowed one to get it pass this time but in need of a replacement for next year. Just wondering are there any direct swap ins available aside from the factory? like from a newer 240sx or such? And yes I would love to get rid of the afm altogether... so computer as in megasquirt? thnx!
  7. i'll be there, maybe bring a few ppl from bc as well. coming in my white 280z. bellis fair mall 630am right?
  8. i love drifting, but i have to say doing so in our Zeds is quite hard. Something about the cars is hard to grasp the perfect 'sweet spot' too little and nothing happens, a bit more and it spins. Hard to get a perfectly pretty competition drift going. Also due to the suspension design and a relatively large turning radius, the angle of the drift isn't very big. I think that has alot of effect on the small sweet spot, when you go a bit over, you cant turn far enough to pull your rear back.
  9. i'll take it if you still have it! give you $80 for it what's your pp info and shipping estimate to point roberts WA 98281 please. thanks
  10. i thought u guys would like some updated products for this DIY roller method. Same technique, different paint. The guy used a marine boat paint called "brightside". Not sure where to get them in canada/usa but the results look amazing. My rustoleum (tremclad) paint looked fantastic after a wet sand and polish but after the years it's beginning to look dull and swirly. Not to mention, 1 thing i found with the rustoleum is that dirt sticks to it like glue. The exhaus from your tail pipes will stick to it, but unlike with normal paint that you can just wash off, the rustoleum will still be stained. only way to really get it off is polish it off with some sort of compound or wax. I used a white paint so it's extremely apparent. anyhow, here is the thread with the brightside. truly amazing in the shine over the rustoleum http://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t5199/ here is the brightside company website. Company is called interlux. http://www.yachtpaint.com/usa/default.asp anyone knw where to get it locally? 1 good thing about rustoleum is you can get it at your local homedepot and they can color match it. I color matched mine to Honda's Champion white. Im not sure you can colormatch this though, however the shine over the rustoleum is worth the lack of color choice.
  11. Traveling through the UK for work and popped down to see one of the most famous sites in the world So far i've seen 1 nicely restored 240z in London. RHD!
  12. ^^^ looks great! what was your setup?
  13. here's the trailer for it. cool, all our cars will be worth 3x it's value in a years time. haha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EwE15wZT7M
  14. J__

    Friend's S14

    last one from the nite
  15. J__

    Friend's S14

    Did a quick shoot for him on his lawn tonite haha (i filled in the grass with concrete in PS). It rained a bit, but nothing sexier than a few raindrops on a sexy car! Image a hot girl coming out of a pool with her bikini, this is her! haha
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