Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by yatesy.27, Nov 22, 2008.
They weren't that expensive. Was pretty good actually... I love them.
The sun came out this arvo, and I had to snap a pic.
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'
One of the best looking N15s easy.
I'm in love, looks amazing! Where in WA you stay mate?
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?
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!
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?
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!
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?
Well this is blossoming into a fine romance.
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
You boys will have to meat up.
hahahaha. Terrible connotations with the word meat...
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.
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.
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.
Haha still got my CY sticker from about 5 years ago... It's not usually quite that noticeable in normal light.
I'll try and get some better shots later on after I've given her a proper clean.
Cheers for looking.
this aus look is very cool i think! might try and start the trend in ireland! well ware lad, lovely motor.
Similar climates, go for it!
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Haha not sure of aus look... but cheers mate.
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