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    Hey there this is my first post.

    I've been collecting car wallpapers all year and just found this sight the other day and its mint! I'm slowly working my way through the pages and found this one on page 36. Thought I'd add a few pics even though its an old thread. I've got quite a number of other japanese cars if anyone is wanting any, seems they're quite rare on here..
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    Quote Originally Posted by rx7_guy View Post
    Hey there this is my first post.

    I've been collecting car wallpapers all year and just found this sight the other day and its mint! I'm slowly working my way through the pages and found this one on page 36. Thought I'd add a few pics even though its an old thread. I've got quite a number of other japanese cars if anyone is wanting any, seems they're quite rare on here..
    Welcome to UCP.

    You'd be right in noticing the lack of modded Japanese cars on here, probably because we aren't too big on the drifting/tuner scene as a forum, but feel free to contribute. Stick around, hope you have a good time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rx7_guy View Post
    Hey there this is my first post.

    I've been collecting car wallpapers all year and just found this sight the other day and its mint! I'm slowly working my way through the pages and found this one on page 36. Thought I'd add a few pics even though its an old thread. I've got quite a number of other japanese cars if anyone is wanting any, seems they're quite rare on here..
    Indeed, Japanese cars seem to be rare here. I wouldn't mind seeing more Japanese cars, especially the classic ones.

    Welcome to UCP.

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    yer more japanese beasts new and old skool would be sweet cheers for the picts

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    First picture, Silvia CSP311

    This is the special, semi-custom made car based on the engine and chassis of the Fairlady 1600 (SP311). For this reason, although the manufacturing period was approximately 3 years, from March 1965 to June 1968, not many units were produced. The price tag was 1.2 million yen. It became well known as a result of being used by the police for patrolling the Daisan Keihin Road.

    Specs

    Overall length
    3,985mm
    Overall width
    1,510mm
    Overall height
    1,275mm
    Wheelbase
    2,280mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,270/1,198mm
    Curb weight
    980kg
    Engine
    Type R (4-cyl. in line, OHV), 1,595cc
    EngineMax. power
    66kW (90PS)/6,000rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    132Nm (13.5kgm)/4,000rpm
    Top speed
    165km/h

    Second picture, Silvia Super Silhouette Group 5 KS110

    This is the machine driven by K. Hoshino at the Fuji Super Silhouette races (held between 1979 and 1984). Super Silhouette cars looked like production cars outside, but sported Formula car engineering inside. In accordance with international Group 5 regulations, the engine was the same twin-carb LZ20B (570PS) used in the Skyline Super Silhouette.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    5,000/1,980/1,250mm
    Wheelbase*
    2,400mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,710/1,650mm
    Curb weight
    1,050kg
    Engine
    LZ20B (4-cyl. in line, DOHC), 2,082cc
    EngineMax. power
    Over 419kW (570PS)/7,600rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    Over 539Nm (55.0kgm)/6,400rpm
    Clutch
    B& B triple plate
    Transmission
    Doug Nash 5-speed
    Brakes
    Lockheed 4-pod(front & rear)
    Tires (front, rear)
    270/590-16/350-700-19

    Third picture, Silvia Group 4 '82 Safari

    The third-generation Silvia, the S110, was launched in March 1979 and the RS version, with the FJ20 engine, was launched in April 1982.Overseas, the export-specification rally car (LZ20B engine) performed well in the Safari Rally as the successor to the Violet (PA10). It was 3rd overall in the 1982 Safari Rally.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,400/1,680/1,310mm
    Wheelbase
    2,400mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,345/1,340mm
    Curb weight
    1,150kg
    Engine
    LZ20B (4-cyl. in line, DOHC), 1,975cc
    EngineMax. power
    158kW (215PS)/7,600rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    221Nm (22.5kgm)/5,600rpm
    EngineCarburetors
    Solex 50PHH (x2)
    Brakes
    Disc (front & rear)
    Tires(front)
    175SR14 (DL SP52R)
    Tires(rear)
    195/70SR14 (DL SP52R)
    Group 4 specifications; No.2, Mike Kirkland team

    Fouth picture, Silvia 200SX Group A '88 Safari

    This Silvia (export name: Nissan 200SX) was driven by Mike Kirkland in the 36th Safari Rally of 1988; it came 2nd overall and also won the A4 class (over 2,000cc, 2WD). That years Safari Rally was very hazardous due to heavy rain preceding the event and only 14 cars completed the course, but the March won in the A3 class (1,600cc-2,000cc), making Nissan a 2-class champion.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,460/1,670/1,320mm
    Wheelbase
    2,425mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,390/1,425mm
    Curb weight
    1,250kg
    Engine
    VG30E (V6, OHC), 2,960cc
    EngineMax. power
    Over 184kW (250PS)/7,000rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    Over 289Nm (29.5kgm)/5,200rpm
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Strut, semi trailing-arm
    Brakes
    Disc (front & rear)
    Wheels (front, rear)
    6Jx16, 7Jx16
    Tires (front, rear)
    195/70R16, 215/65R16

    Fifth picture, Silvia Q's S13

    Launched in May 1988, the S13 model appealed to many motor sports fans who wanted to experience the joy of driving an FR car. Young people in particular went for its beautiful, flowing bodylines, its stable, low-set styling, and its spirited attitude. There were three grades: the KS twin-cam turbo (175PS), the QS and Js without turbo (135PS).

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,470/1,690/1,290mm
    Wheelbase
    2,475mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,465/1,460mm
    Curb weight
    1,110kg
    Engine
    CA18DE (4-cyl. in line, DOHC), 1,809cc
    EngineMax. power
    99kW (135PS)/6,400rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    159Nm (16.2kgm)/5,200rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Strut
    Suspension(rear)
    Multilink
    Tires
    185/70R14 87S (front & rear)
    Winner of the MITI Good Design Award (1988)

    Sixth picture, Silvia GT300 S14

    From 1995, the All Japan GT Championship (JGTC) was split into two engine classes; the class names GT-500 and GT-300 were used from 1996 onwards. Cars such as the Skyline GT-R, Supra and NSX were classed as GT-500, while the Silvia, MR2 and the BMW were in the GT-300 category. This Silvia is a replica of the 1998 JGTC specification car sponsored by XANAVI Informatics Corp.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,520/1,830/1,265mm
    Wheelbase
    2,525mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,590/1,565mm
    Curb weight
    Over 1,050kg
    Engine
    SR20DET (4-cyl. in line, DOHC), 1,998cc
    EngineMax. power
    Over 235kW (320PS)/6,250rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    Over 363Nm (37.0kgm)/3,500rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Strut
    Suspension (rear)
    Double wishbone
    Tires (front, rear)
    250/655R18, 290/680R18
    Drivers: Masahiko Kondo & Takayuki Aoki
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    First picture, Silvia Twin-Cam Turbo RS-X S12

    The Silvia (CSP311) was introduced in March 1965 and attracted attention as Japans first specialty car. Following the S10 (launched October 1975) and S110 (launched March 1979), the S12, the fourth-generation model, was launched on August 23, 1983 (its sibling, the Gazelle, was launched at the same time).

    The Silvia was on the cutting edge, with its innovative styling and lively performance. The S12 was no exception: with its bold front mask and fully retractable headlights, a powerful wedge-type silhouette, and high-performance twin-cam 24-valve FJ20 engine, this unique car was very popular. Two body types were available: a coupe with a notchback roof, and a hatchback with a wide-opening rear gate.

    Following a minor change in February 1986, the FJ20ET and FJ20E engines were replaced with the new 1.8-liter twin-cam turbo 145PS (net) CA18DET engine, following which all models were powered by the CA18 family.

    The twin-cam turbo RS-X was the top-of-the-line model for both the coupe and hatchback series. Following a minor change in February 1986, it was equipped with an electronically controlled 4-speed lockup automatic transmission with overdrive that automatically switches between power and economy modes.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,460/1,670/1,333mm
    Wheelbase
    2,450mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,390/1,425mm
    Curb weight
    1,180kg
    Engine
    CA18DET (4-cyl. in-line, DOHC), 1,809cc
    EngineMax. power
    107kW (145PS)/6,400rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    201Nm (20.5kgm)/4,000rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Strut
    Suspension (rear)
    Semi trailing-arm
    Tires
    195/60R-15 86H (front & rear)

    Second picture, Silvia K's S13

    The fifth- generation Silvia (S13) - descended from the first-generation CSP311, launched in March 1965 - was introduced on May 17, 1988.
    This car was developed as a compact specialty coupe with an emphasis on beauty and the driving experience. Exterior and interior shared the same design theme, and numerous advanced technologies, such as the multilink rear suspension, were incorporated to enhance performance. For this reason, the car was greatly appreciated by the younger generation, who are very particular about the way a car handles. The S13 was regarded as a high-quality product, and in 1988 it received the Good Design Award by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.

    The natural lines and curved surfaces of the streamlined styling set the S13 apart. Together with its interior - which, from dashboard to door trim and center console, featured a unified design - this car had the unmistakable look of a specialty coupe.

    The multilink rear suspension was a new idea that was later adopted for the Skyline. Together with the HICAS-II 4-wheel steering system (option) and the 1.8-liter twin-cam engine (CA18DE/CA18DET), the car was equipped to provide an excellent drive.

    The S13 was available in 3 grades*: Ks, Qs, and Js. The top-of-the-line Ks was equipped with the S-pack (rear spoiler, projected headlights, 195/60R15 tires, etc.) which accentuated the sporty character of the car. Following a minor change in January 1991, the engine was changed to the twin-cam SR20DE/SR20DET.

    *The names of the three models were derived from the three court cards: King (K), Queen (Q), and Jack (J).

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,470/1,690/1,290mm
    Wheelbase
    2,475mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,465/1,460mm
    Curb weight
    1,120kg
    Engine
    CA18DET (4-cyl. in-line, DOHC turbo), 1,809cc
    EngineMax. power
    129kW (175PS)/6,400rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    226Nm (23.0kgm)/4,000rpm
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Strut, multilink
    Tires
    195/60R15 (front & rear)
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    i thought the S12 was called the gazelle or something, not silvia - interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    i thought the S12 was called the gazelle or something, not silvia - interesting.
    The Gazelle is coming don't worry.

    Apparently both were on sale based on the same S platforms. AFAIK Australia only got the Gazelle. Japan got both the Silvia and the Gazelle.
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    I love the Silvia Silhouette racer. Awesomely 80's styling. Hoping to see some pics of the Skyline Super Silhouette if you've got them Ferrer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantera22B View Post
    I love the Silvia Silhouette racer. Awesomely 80's styling. Hoping to see some pics of the Skyline Super Silhouette if you've got them Ferrer.
    It is already posted - http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/forum...skyline-2.html.
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    Nissan Silvia #13
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    Nissan Silvia #14
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