Its time to get our A into G with this blog. The thought of being so far behind updating has been pretty unmotivating, but since Adam's car is starting to come together we need to get up to date so we can show you some of that. I've got over 30,000 photos from my stay in Japan and about half of that is cool stuff I want to show, but that would take me forever. I'm just going to skip quickly through the rest of my stay in Osaka and get up to date with on the progress in the garage. I'll miss most of the awesome stuff I wanted to show, but I'll come back to that in the future. First up, the R32 I purchased of my flat mate after the 180sx decided to grenade it's bearings and run out of registration. When I came into ownership of the Skyline we had already added suspension, R33 wheels and a few other bits. The car came with a really tidy SR20 swap which was my main reasoning for the purchase.
Building cars in the carpark 200 meters up the road is less than ideal, but it'd have to do. First up I started swapping in the good bits left over from the 180sx like this Koyo radiator.
I had our knuckle setup in the 180sx that I brought over from NZ and decided to make use of it in the R32 which required a front suspension swap.
Sitting the gear in and marking to cut out the strut tops to suit the S13 struts.
Shot of the castor arm spaced to give more inner wheel clearance. Everyone should do this.
The finished product
Get ready for a whole bunch of posts.