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Updated on May 06, 2012
well lets get down to business.. slowly updating what pics i can.
check out my Infiniti G35
i do whatever work i can myself..which is everything except welding and machine work. thanks to my friends for drinking my beer and helping out when i need a hand!
so here's a pic of the car as it is today. HIDs are on, low beams. thats me beside the car flicking them on
engine compartment :
gm supercharger @ 7 psi pulleyboys 2.6" sc pulley accel 417cc injectors '99 ld9 injector clips hp tuners - tuned to AFR of 12
rsm 62mm throttle body custom SS welded intake w/ k&n filter optima yellow top relocated to trunk spec aluminum flywheel spec stage 3 clutch
flywheel and clutch purchased from karo at carcustoms.net, and a lot more stuff too.
engine - head work :
here's a comparison of the old vs new head
the charger sitting on the ground w/ the new head. the cometic gasket which leaked coolant. good gasket just not the right application for my car. ended up going with a GM gasket after all. pic was taken before i degreased the charger, boo.
budget P&P job. the combustion chambers were not modified. new shiny SS exhaust valves here.
exhaust side ported to match headerbowls ported and polishedstandard 3 angle valve job1mm oversize SS exhaust valves2.3 springsGM headgasket
ARP head studs:
in this picture:
MSD coil swapE-Bay oil catch canDevilsown alcohol injection pump and resevoir
pacesetter ceramic coated header 2.5" stainless pipes straight thru 14" resonator, polished stainless steel magnaflow high flow catalytic converter magnaflow 2.5 in/out race series muffler, polished stainless steel suspension :
addco rear sway bar rsm rear strut tower brace eibach sportline springs koni 'special' red struts gm front strut tower brace
lower poly engine mount upper poly engine mount insert poly control arm bushings from prothane
poly transmission mounts from prothane
autometer sport compact series :electric fuel pressure electric oil pressure EGT waiting to be installed ...mechanical boost (30vac/15psi 270 degree sweep) innovative wideband w/ G3 gaugecustom fiberglass pod made by me.
sparco pedal kit clear climate control knobs lotek triple gauge pillar custom gauge pod for wideband
toyota tail lights with sylvania bulbstail lights have been painted to match car since
sylvania silverstar headlight bulbs FX35 HID projector retrofit - yes i need picsHella gen III Ballasts, potted using 832TC. pic of the ballasts before i filled them
black corners, black headlight reflectors .. these are the headlights before i did the HIDshella ff50 fog lamps
luminics jdm yellow fog lamps .. working on a better pic for the fogs
HID output pics
here's a pic of the wilwood dynapro kit. the brake pads are the same as what the brembo's use
wilwood front brake kit, 4 piston caliper, 13" rotor rsm rear disc conversion kit 93 camaro rear brake pads enkei rs6 18" wheels hanoook ventus ii 225/40/r18
pacesetter ceramic coated header. not the greatest pic but its down there, and it gets hot quick!
full 2.5" stainless steel mandrel bent
magnaflow 14" resonator, polished stainless steel. this has since been replaced with a regular resonator with the triangular pieces on the inside to quiet the "bees"
magnaflow high flow catalytic converter
magnaflow 2.5 in/out race series muffler, polished stainless steel
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Super good job looking good 5*.
nice performance mods-thats wicked.5*****. how did you go about making your own guage pod?
nice ride i give it up 2 u .... how much did the willwoods brakes cost you i bet they run for less than the brembo...but its still the same parts...lol check out my car if u get sometimne ?
you still working on the cavi?
ecotec wasn't available in 01. Its a LD9 in my car
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