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  1. #16
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    See also Saab 900.

    I still think they're a bit fugly, but the cars? I'd go there.

    I'm sure your wife likes being driven around in a sexy vehicle better than a Scion....
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    What kinda shit was the guy with the blue one smoking when he went wheel shopping?
    ya seriously. those are 93 viper style!
    holy shit, one of the rarest things in the automotive world...someone pulling off 3 spoke wheels! They look awesome imo.
    that blue Z with the fat tripple spokers is sexilent.
    These comments pretty much sum it up. You either hate them or love them, there's no in between with these wheels. When I first saw them I was surprised, but I thought they were ok. Then when I saw the car in person I thought it looked pretty good.

    Great pictures Niko. It makes it all worth it when you get together with others who have the same passion for great cars
    It's definitely amazing, and everyone is extremely nice. They automatically become your friends as you arrive The club owner (Blue Twin Turbo) is one heck of a guy, makes you feel right at home as soon as you meet him.

    I'm sure your wife likes being driven around in a sexy vehicle better than a Scion....
    That explains the lack of spectators around the cars.
    She says she wants to learn to drive manual so that she can arrive to the next meeting driving herself and have everybody go like

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    Great pics!!!

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    Great pics, any of the 300ZXs? pretty please?
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    Are the Silvias considered as Zs as well, or are they different?

    280SX, yeah, the like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSXType-R View Post
    Are the Silvias considered as Zs as well, or are they different?

    280SX, yeah, the like.
    silvias are not Zs... but are typically more than welcome in nissan groups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ruim20 View Post
    Great pics, any of the 300ZXs? pretty please?
    I didn't get many of them, but here are some that I took and some from other members that went to the meeting :
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niko_Fx View Post
    You either hate them or love them, there's no in between with these wheels. When I first saw them I was surprised, but I thought they were ok.
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    Niko, what restaurant is that?

    Also, what was the most powerful (the blue 350Z TT?) and what sorta power did the most powerful make?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niko_Fx View Post
    I didn't get many of them, but here are some that I took and some from other members that went to the meeting :
    I was hoping an earlier Z would pop up here and that one is pretty nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    Niko, what restaurant is that?

    Also, what was the most powerful (the blue 350Z TT?) and what sorta power did the most powerful make?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottie300z View Post
    I was hoping an earlier Z would pop up here and that one is pretty nice.
    It'd have been cool if Niko got to see something like a 240Z though - those are real lookers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rockefella View Post
    Sonic. It's Awesome.
    We have a lot of US restaurants here, but Sonic is not one of them. No White Castle either - my friend went to NYC and went there for a novelty and had some mini-burgers - he said they were crap. I saw pics and they looked pretty nasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    Niko, what restaurant is that?

    Also, what was the most powerful (the blue 350Z TT?) and what sorta power did the most powerful make?
    The blue Z is making 540whp, specs:

    * Power Mods
    554 RWHP on Mustang Dyno
    Greddy Twin Turbo Kit
    Custom 3" Exhaust with HKS Ti Mufflers
    11 psi Wastegate Springs with open dumps
    Carrillo Conecting Rods
    Wiseco 8.8:1 CR Pistons
    Darton Mid Sleeves
    ARP Main Studs and L19 Head Studs
    JWT Valve Springs, Oil Pan Spacer and C2 Cams
    Revup lower plenum and Motordyne Plenum Spacer
    Koyo 53mm Radiator
    Setrab Oil Cooler
    Nismo PS cooler and Thermostat
    CJ Motorsports Stage 2 Fuel Return
    RC Engineering 1000cc Injectors
    HKS Fcon V Pro
    HKS A/F Knock Amp with A/F Feedback
    HKS Headgasket

    * Suspension/Brake Mods
    Swift Springs
    Tokico D Spec Shocks
    Nismo Swaybars
    Brembo Brakes
    EBC Rotors and Red pads
    EBC Rear Camber Arms and Toe bolt

    * Drivetrain/Wheels
    Nismo Light Flywheel
    Clutchmasters FX400 Clutch
    Yokahama Advan Racing V2 18x9 and 18x10 wheels
    Toyo T1R 255/40 and 295/35 tires
    3.3 Rear Differential

    * Electronics
    Greddy Profec e01 Boost controller
    Dual PLX Devices wideband 02 Sensors
    Greddy Oil Temp/Coolant Temp/Fuel Pressure Gauges
    Clarion MP3 Receiver
    10" Subwoffer with Alpine amp

    There were 2 more Turbos at the meeting, but I don't know any power figures.

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    Now that's a lot of mods.

    Do you have any head on shots? I want to see if the front is modded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    Now that's a lot of mods.

    Do you have any head on shots? I want to see if the front is modded.
    Just this one
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