my project that will never be complete - Pinnacle F31

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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by j » Fri May 07, 2010 4:01 pm

kanseidrift23 wrote:hey man thats one sick car you got. i know you had boost with the RB25, but I was wondering if you felt a power difference with the KA24DE from a stock NA standpoint as apposed to the VG30?? Ive got a KA in my garage id like to put to use and want to know if its worth it.
thanks man glad you like the turtle! boost with the 25 was stock but definatly had a little more pull than with the sr. surprisingly, the ka didnt feel that much under powered compared to the boosted motors once sideways. definatly worth putting in just to beat on for a track car though.


thanks for the kind words f31pilot, glad you like it!!!
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by XslidewaysX » Sat May 08, 2010 11:04 am

J, please slap around huntersquid and tell him to get out here and quit fucking around. this goes for you too.
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by j » Sun May 09, 2010 3:33 pm

XslidewaysX wrote:J, please slap around huntersquid and tell him to get out here and quit fucking around. this goes for you too.
hahaha!!! wish it was that easy, i would be up there already!!! with all the sh!t ive been going through lately, the m30 and drifting has for once in my life been put on the backburner. gotta take care of my business before i can come up to play.

on the bright side, i just got a little lucky on some trades so ill be pulling the rb25 out yet again and be slapping in a new heart soon.
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by ONEVIA » Mon Oct 25, 2010 3:36 pm

Alright, don't forget! I'm coming over this Wed. to wire up that bad boy. Don't go fishing like the last million times we were supposed to do this, unless you catch something really good! The last fish you gave me was yum.
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by Thehillbilly » Sun Oct 31, 2010 11:16 pm

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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by ONEVIA » Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:18 pm

Hey Driftur, didn't you take a video of j's "new heart"?
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by are31 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 8:14 pm

This thing is pure porn. Are you selling those kits? I might be hell keen to have one shipped to Australia.
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by dreadnought » Sat Mar 12, 2011 7:08 am

truely inspiring. would be very interested in a kit if you could ship to the uk.
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by Jatpa » Thu Apr 28, 2011 3:58 pm

I would be really interested in having one shipped over as well! That kit looks amazing! I found one that looks pretty much identical to it on one or another threads on this forum and have no idea what it is but it's the best looking I've seen so far. I WANT!
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by Outlaw » Sun Jun 19, 2011 10:10 am

Sex. I found some of these pics but didn't even notice you were on here! Love what you have done and you've pushed my inspiration just that much more. And a possible kit?!? I'm in for that 100%! If/when it becomes available I'm definitely down to get one.
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by j » Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:49 pm

sorry to everyone who was interested in the kit. didnt have the money to make a mold and copy out of my own pocket. ended up selling the kit to ONEVIA so you guys can go blow up his pm box now!

thanks for the interest though, and i really appreciate all the comments!
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by GraffitiPanda » Sat Nov 12, 2011 3:43 am

sorry to chime in... 2yrs laaater :/

but i was wondering what method you used to get your fenders flared so cleanly.

as well what was the name of the R31 kit used?

once again been said 1000000X but you are def. a god among M30 enthusiasts sir. ::bows down::

im working on a lip kit currently from some acrylic i had laying around but would def like to go the R31 route im sure its 1000X easier than what ive been doing just to set my M30 apart a little
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not done. but each piece is about 4 hours of cutting molding and fitting.
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by sevenpistolero » Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:29 am

Thankx j. My girl says its your fault i've turned a simple clean up into another stanced out, cambered, aggressive fitted car. lmao. i watched the youtube vid like 50,000 times. thanks for proving the nay sayers in n.c that say that you cant fit a aggressive offset under this platform.
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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by j » Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:48 am

sevenpistolero wrote:Thankx j. My girl says its your fault i've turned a simple clean up into another stanced out, cambered, aggressive fitted car. lmao. i watched the youtube vid like 50,000 times. thanks for proving the nay sayers in n.c that say that you cant fit a aggressive offset under this platform.
no problem, glad i could be of assistance with the ladys. never got a chance to get the 1jz running properly as it was having boost/fuel cut issues in the higher rpms so i sold the wheels, sold the 1jz, and parting out my shell!!! watch out mainland tracks here comes another wreckless donkey !! we'll see how many cars i crash in the first year.

yeah you should tell them n.c. boys theyre right, you cant fit aggressive wheels on there. i just photoshopped my car thats why there was no actual video evidence! dont do it its not possible!
GraffitiPanda wrote:sorry to chime in... 2yrs laaater :/

but i was wondering what method you used to get your fenders flared so cleanly.

as well what was the name of the R31 kit used?

once again been said 1000000X but you are def. a god among M30 enthusiasts sir. ::bows down::

im working on a lip kit currently from some acrylic i had laying around but would def like to go the R31 route im sure its 1000X easier than what ive been doing just to set my M30 apart a little

not done. but each piece is about 4 hours of cutting molding and fitting.
fenders were hammer dolly finished by the master fabricator at taka garage! actually my friends dad. but he does one hell of a job on any project he touches. wish i could cut out my rear fenders and ship them up with me but might as well go fiberglass if gonna go that far.

r31 kit is uras copy from raceonusa.com but if you live on the east coast chaser aero has it for a little cheaper the last itme i checked. maybe more shops have them now???

cancel the god status cuz everyone ive ever met has called me the devil.

that body work you got going there on your car is looking like a lot of work. i like the front and sides but something about the rear is not doing it for me. maybe its just the angle of the pic or something but definatly looks promising. keep up the good work and post them pix when youre done!
if u cant slide it dont buy it!!! youre wasting your money

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Re: my project that will never be complete

Post by sevenpistolero » Mon Dec 12, 2011 6:21 pm

j wrote:
sevenpistolero wrote:Thankx j. My girl says its your fault i've turned a simple clean up into another stanced out, cambered, aggressive fitted car. lmao. i watched the youtube vid like 50,000 times. thanks for proving the nay sayers in n.c that say that you cant fit a aggressive offset under this platform.
no problem, glad i could be of assistance with the ladys. never got a chance to get the 1jz running properly as it was having boost/fuel cut issues in the higher rpms so i sold the wheels, sold the 1jz, and parting out my shell!!! watch out mainland tracks here comes another wreckless donkey !! we'll see how many cars i crash in the first year.

yeah you should tell them n.c. boys theyre right, you cant fit aggressive wheels on there. i just photoshopped my car thats why there was no actual video evidence! dont do it its not possible!
you building another one by chance?
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