theboyo19's blazeberry 86starion
Posted 10 June 2018 - 11:36 PM
Posted 11 October 2018 - 10:41 PM
Photos from Modern Automotive Performance's "Proving Grounds", my group helps run the drifting portion of this event, so a majority of my time here is spent helping out instead of driving. Still managed to go through 2 sets of tires, the car ran great. Only problem was my radiatior fan controller decided to quit working towards the end of day 2, which was ok cause i was out of tire anyways!
IMG_20180906_180658_073 by Harrison Roske, on Flickr
IMG_20180917_121706_601 by Harrison Roske, on Flickr
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This would be the car i T-boned last year. We both made a full recovery
FB_IMG_1537286485641 by Harrison Roske, on Flickr
FB_IMG_1537156867743 by Harrison Roske, on Flickr
FB_IMG_1537286547811 by Harrison Roske, on Flickr
Edited by theboyo19, 11 October 2018 - 10:50 PM.
Posted 12 October 2018 - 08:01 AM
1987 Flatty Starion -- Widebody Conversion -- V-Mount Setup -- JDL Tubular Manifold -- MX-6 Intake -- MS3-Pro -- AEM FPR -- ARP head studs -- 3" hood exit exhaust -- Hahn Racecraft 16g -- Tial F38 Wastegate -- Tial Q Bov -- Short route piping -- 5 lug & LSD conversion -- Tubular Front End -- Manual Steering Rack Conversion -- Manual Brake Conversion -- Stack Digital Dash -- AEM UEGO -- D2 coilovers -- full GNT poly bushings & mounts -- four 8" rears -- car lightened significantly... More to come!
Build Thread ---> http://www.starquest...opic=143564&hl=
Posted 05 April 2019 - 04:05 PM
Took the subframe out to fix the bushings i tore, and the traction rod arm mount i tore
I realized I hadn't taken many photos of the suspension swap the 1st time around so i took a few while it was out.
It is an S14 nissan subframe modified to fit, and mated to the front portion of the starion subframe to utilize the stock mounts, and make up for the size difference.
This "hump" section did not clear the floor, and had to be trimmed, and boxed in.
the mount that the control arm is looking for had to be relocated to my frame rail. which i promptly broke when i crashed the car (never did take photos of version 1)
and the new, improved, boxed, and reinforced mount
the purple arms my buddy chris made for me, they're more adjustable than the stock stuff, and should handle dropping a tire in the dirt at the track better.
And while I was letting the paint set up on the frame rails I was looking over the car and how much i hated the wiring harness just hangin out in the engine bay and chassis, So i decided to practice my wiring patience by redoing (mostly cleaning out) the body harness from the dash back, which actually came out quickly (cause there isnt much for interior). when it goes back in ill do my best to tuck and hide everything. Then ill get after the engine bay
I found this video buried in one of my folders from one of the 2 events i made it to last year, the black s14 is actually the one that i tboned 2 seasons ago, we've both recovered. (I hate the way that exhaust sounds, I might be messing with that soon as well idk.
Posted 09 April 2019 - 04:32 PM
I was tryin to see how rear struts mounted to suspension
Obviously you got it all in there and working. Good job!
S-suspension front with rack too ?
Posted 10 April 2019 - 03:04 PM
The front is also s14, with the rack
Edited by theboyo19, 10 April 2019 - 03:15 PM.
Posted 02 June 2019 - 01:15 PM
The wiring harness is back in, but I still hate it, and will probably gut the entire car next winter. Id prefer to start from scratch and remove all of the unnecessary bits instead of moving all of the original stuff to where i want it, but this will do for now.
This airdam has seen some dirt, ive run over it twice, and it survived the T-bone incident. But now my driveway chews up that 30 year old urethane everytime i pull in/out of my driveway...
SCCRRAAAPEE! followed by me cringing and swearing.
I've always liked how front splitters look, and decided to try my hand at one.
Menards sells 4x8 sheets of ABS plastic sheeting 1/4in thick. Picked up one of those and started tracing out designs.
I had planned on some winglets on either side but was unsure how the material would hold up to a bend over time so I'm leaving it flat for now
You can kinda see my corner damage on the bottom of the air dam here
I still have some mounting points to finish up and trimming/ finish work, and I've got enough leftover material to try out some other ideas
Edited by theboyo19, 02 June 2019 - 01:43 PM.
Posted 02 June 2019 - 10:57 PM
Zoom clutch, Fidanza flywheel, Stedebani shifter, KSport coilovers, ST swaybars, abs delete, a/c delete, cruise delete, JVE, BSEK, TEP steel brake lines, LSP braided cooler lines, CX Racing radiator, MK1 silicone hoses, MK1 pullies, *DM hard pipes & intercooler,14G turbo, ported exh. manifold, MAF Translator, 3.5" GM maf, Turbo XS RFL bov, *DM 3" exhaust, Cusco front strut bar, TEP rear strut bar, Enkei 92's, HKS turbo timer, AEM wideband, AEM boost gauge, AEM oil pressure gauge, SPA fuel regulator, Hallman boost controller
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Posted 03 September 2019 - 11:27 AM
It was a little wet in the am, but as it dried out I found more grip and had a real good time. Even got to take Speedyquest for a ride along
A little before bath
Posted 03 September 2019 - 11:34 AM
A lil cell phone quality vid from my wife during the am session (i guess you gotta click on it)
Edited by theboyo19, 03 September 2019 - 11:35 AM.
Posted 03 September 2019 - 11:40 AM
And I kinda didnt want the party to stop, and drove till both rear tires gave up on the final corner. left one went flat but the right delaminated and beat my quarter and door up. whops
Posted 26 September 2019 - 02:47 PM
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