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Old 10-28-2014, 11:34 PM
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Default LsR32 Skyline Racer

Well since my father Beach Cruiser and his beloved trackmaro have been getting so much attention here lately.

"the best camaro builds"
http://ls1tech.com/articles/one-best...ive-ever-seen/
And his build thread over here https://lateral-g.net/forums/showthread.php4?t=16169

I too have my own Camaro its track ready but it is still my street car but it will hang ten with the old man!



Well here is my racer build, it is a 1990 Nissan Skyline, the tale on how i got the "SKYLINE" is a bit of a story but that's what makes them so awesome. but my fathers here so maybe later..
When I first got her. No, she will not be staying this color, not sure what front body work I am going to end up using yet, but i am going to run 315 35 18 on all 4 corners,so i can use the same size tires as my camaro.


A few hours later
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Now they maybe just a mockup motor and trans.. but it is the same size and that what counts right?

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Old 10-29-2014, 01:19 AM
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Cool build!

And you got a pretty cool dad huh?

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Old 10-29-2014, 07:13 AM
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Then i moved and bought a house so it slowed working on it, we got the cage in not to bad for the second cage I have done but had some one who knew what they where doing help me.








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Old 10-29-2014, 07:20 AM
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Hey! I'm not an old man!
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Nice job on the cage it looks very stout
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Old 10-29-2014, 10:13 PM
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Way cool build!!!! Love the Japanese conversion's to LS, simply the sh!t!!

How you like going from left to right drive? is it "trippy", or no big? curious...
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Old 10-29-2014, 10:36 PM
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Well I still have yet to drive my skyline, but the first time I did drive a rhd, I was presented with the opportunity and I just hopped in it and went and made a pass, but I really never though about it when I was doing it so I would say no not really. It just like shifting from passenger side and i did that every time I could. But what go me was the blinker switch being on the right side of the wheel
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You will love RHD...my first lesson in one was an R32 as well

Since it's a 90, it was probably easy to get as a shell, I wont ask if its state registered...and I'm guessing you used an S13 mount kit for the LS??
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Just a few updates on the LsR32. The Real motor is in the car, Now I need to pull the sub frame back out, I need to move the steering rack Forward 1.25", and left .25" We shall see if this will allow for proper starter to steering rack/shaft clearance.








This was getting ready for the last Pro am Drift Even we attend a few weeks ago.

The pro am car we built here, for Tyler Nelson, I am the team Crew Chief, Currently We are winning the Street wise drift Pro am Series!


Check Out our racing video here..

https://youtu.be/JgBwwuNcLbw
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Nice job man!
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