N15 Series 2 Sedan

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  1. yatesy.27

    yatesy.27

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    Cheers mate.
    They weren't that expensive. Was pretty good actually... I love them.
     
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    The sun came out this arvo, and I had to snap a pic.

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    I forgot to mention that I installed the following;
    SSS front seats,
    SSS door cards,
    VZ-R Front Strut Brace (replacing the chrome B14 Sentra brace I got off ebay about 6 years ago),
    B14 Sentra Bonnet Struts,
    Repainted and reinstalled my front pods.

    It's not going to be easy as the mounting points are completely different, but I'd like to have a go at swapping the SSS rear seats over as well...

    I'll edit my first post with an updated modifications list.

    Cheers for lookin'
    Chris
     
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    One of the best looking N15s easy.

    -phone-
     
  4. Chris180

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    I'm in love, looks amazing! Where in WA you stay mate?
     
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    Don't know about that, but thanks mate!

    Cheers mate. I'm in the South West of WA. In a town called Margaret River. You're in QLD or something at the moment aren't you?
     
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    Yeah I am. Furthest south I got was Bunbury and around there. Shit if I knew you were down there I would have made the effort cause wine tasting isn't my thing but wanted to check out the area!
     
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    Ah no way!! Bunbury is about an hours drive north.

    To be honest I'm not a wine drinker, nor have I much interest in the many wineries in the area, but I've heard they're pretty good... haha

    How long ago were you over here?
     
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    It's all I heard was that I had to go north to see Broome (was shit) and south to MR but since cousin's bf lived in Bunbury that's how I spent a couple of wkends down there. I was in Perth for just shy of two months, I was staying with family in the suburbs which was gorgeous all around there, but totally shit if your a backpacker with no car!! Public transport and closing times of shops in WA is like 5years behind the rest of the world!
     
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    I've never been that far north to Broome... Yeah, PT and shopping is pretty terrible in Perth. I lived there for 5 years through uni, and I rarely took public transport. Mainly because I loved driving, but because it was such a hassle getting anywhere. What suburbs were you in?
     
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    Tapping/Joondalup. You?
     
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    Well this is blossoming into a fine romance.
     
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    Lived in Bentley, Como and Ascot (South of the Swan River)

    Areas up near Joondalup are really nice. Much newer than a lot of the suburbs south of the river.

    Us Chris' have to stick together mate ;) haha
     
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    You boys will have to meat up.
     
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    hahahaha. Terrible connotations with the word meat...
     
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    I'm fairly certain that's why he spelt it meat and not meet. It was possibly a reference to you both engaging in an act of flesh chopsticks picking up gravy.
     
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    So... finally after a few years, with the help of my brother, I installed my AD22VF front calipers, and converted the rear drums to discs... :boobies:

    It was a pretty busy day today, but we managed to swap over the entire rear trailing arm/beam and hand brake cables, installed my rebuilt CL7HB (SLX) rear calipers and AD22VF (SSS/VZ-R) front calipers, new slotted rotors, pads and braided stainless brake lines and flushed and bled some fresh super dot 4 fluid through the system. Pretty freaking happy with the results. They have a lot more bite than the stock POV sedan brakes that's for sure.

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    Yes, racing brake fluid! It was the only Penrite dot 4 fluid my local auto store had... (because racecar)

    And some static shots behind the wheels. They really are a lot bigger than the stock calipers.

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    Haha still got my CY sticker from about 5 years ago... It's not usually quite that noticeable in normal light.

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    I'll try and get some better shots later on after I've given her a proper clean.

    Cheers for looking.
    Chris
     
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    this aus look is very cool i think! might try and start the trend in ireland! well ware lad, lovely motor.
     
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    Similar climates, go for it!
     
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    Aus look?

    Sent from my GT-I9100 using Tapatalk 4
     
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    Haha not sure of aus look... but cheers mate.
     
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