He also makes a few other braces for the ZZW30.
I was told by many owners that this makes a huge difference in the ZZW30's handling and feel. People rant and rave about these things up and down. Lets hope it lives up to the hype and shows me that my car was a floppy noodle.
anyway, just updating with a recent purchase. got a good deal on an oil cooler, so i picked it up. wont go on until spring when i finish piecing it together.
i know i keep saying this, but i swear, there will be more updates soon. i finished paying off my debts, and i got another raise (yay!) starting next month, ill be buying a lot of toys
I expect to be doing a lot more video work. I've been wanting to do this for a long time, and now I have some equipment I want. I've even recently upgraded to a 500gb HDD for my computer, so I also have the room to stick all these videos.
My boring, mostly stock car.
AJ's clean example of an NSX
GT Motoring's new GTR. Only 73 miles on it. I must say though, I'm not as impressed with it as I would have thought. It's too... boring and large for me. Yeah it's fast and all, but something about it just doesn't sit with me. I'd rather have an older R34/33/32 over this, or even a 911 or something. I don't know, its too much Nissan for that price, doesn't have enough exotic car in it for me.
GTM Evo X. I'm fairly sure it's a time attack car, but I honestly don't know. Looks cool though. Not as ugly as the STi is.
Josh's S13 again
Another GTM time attack car.
Chob's S14. I guess all the cool kids run with no hoods
Anyway, work is boring, so I thought I'd update you guys with what I did today.
I can't wait until I get some money for wheels and a real suspension setup. I'm looking into some RPF1's in 16x8 +38. This car has them in the rear, and 16x7 +43 in the front. I'm thinking 16x8 all around and a small 5mm or 10mm spacer in the rear. Still have to actually measure, but I'm lazy and RPF1's are kinda boring...
"The concept for Hollister was built around a fictional background story. The story claims J.M. Hollister founded the company in 1022 as a “Pacific merchant in SoCal.” On its website, the company defines itself as “Inspired by the sun-drenched spirit of California, and the surf and soul of the Pacific Ocean, Hollister is a laid-back, aspirational lifestyle destination.” In reality, it was launched in 2000 out of Columbus, Ohio by Abercrombie & Fitch, which was struggling at the time to reach a younger customer."
What do you think?