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Mattndew76, May 9, 2014 in 1200
LOTS of OIC's will be posted. Stay tuned
It's been 3 days already, so... :rofl:
I shall expect pics at that time. Don't dawdle. B)
I have 1200 parts that i'm looking to sell,.Some NOS, mostly weatherstip & tune up parts.
You are building your 1200 along the same look I want outta mine.
That's what all the cool kids are doing. ^_^
I'm looking for bob tail spoiler any links?
Me too. :rofl:
Can't seem to find the "right" one anywhere. Seen a few beat up ones on YJA over the last two years, none worth buying.
I think I might buy one of these and tweak it to fit?
At this point it's either that or just give up and build my own. :rofl:
Which is also tempting, but just because I have some wacky ideas on how to make it cooler and more unique... B)
I was thinking of modding a 240Z bob tail.
Been down that road too. Just can't seem to find someone who wants to loan me one for a test fit... :rofl:
Also, they are a bit short for the "right" look, to me anyway.
I actually ordered one of these because it's taller than the normal one, but they called me back to say it would be 4-5 weeks before they made it so I pussed out and cancelled the order. ^_^
Yeah with all the stories of year waits could keep a guy from ordering.
Yeah, ordered an air dam about 10-12 weeks ago, was told it would be 3-4 weeks, it shipped yesterday. :rofl:
I'm just going to try the 240 and have my brother do the cloth work should it need modding.
Please do. Would love to see how it looks. :thumbup:
Get one out of the Frontier. QR25DE weighs less than a KA yet makes more power. Its not a common swap yet so some guys don't like it.
Not to rain on anyone's parade, but that is a very tall engine. And the 1200 engine bay is not very tall. I'd put a tape measure on it before I got too interested...
They are also all OBD-II unlike the KA...
You can copy and paste ya know... :rofl:
Sorry you had all that trouble with it. But hopefully it was a bonding experience. :thumbup:
The little 1200 has some RPM range..
It's actually kind of scary. With a stouter cam, a little head work, and some serious valve springs it will keep revving past the point you are comfortable with... :rofl:
And I'm glad the experience didn't just make you want to sell it... ^_^
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