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Old 12th December 2012, 02:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Rear seat delete, R34 inspired lip and leather upholstered dash

So I finally got my car. After purchasing it, I brought it straight to the shop to have the interior done. I had my dash covered with leather and double stiched white, did my steering wheel and handbake with leather, painted piano black some interior bits, put on my recaro super starks, deleted my rear seats, HICAS delete, put on a bespoke R34 lip, painted my valve covers....

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Piano black center console



Leather covered dash



Leather covered steering wheel



Recaro super starks. Took them off my 993



Rear seat delete





Engine bay which is still dirty



So Ill use the car first. Has enough power for now. Has power fc, 750cc injectors, 3 " downpipe to a HKS exhaust, z3, walbro fuel pump, lightened flywheel, bc coilovers.

Planning really on putting on a pair of EFR6258. Not too happy with the stock lag!!
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Old 12th December 2012, 02:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Very nice
Why did you bother putting the rear seatbelts back in though, looks odd.
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Old 12th December 2012, 02:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Just got it and went out for dinner! Yes I will take the belts out. Also the crappy floor matts
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Old 12th December 2012, 02:45 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Nice rear delete. Looks clean and simple.
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Old 13th December 2012, 09:31 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Wow, nice and clean

Where did you get the rear seat delete???

I'm after the same for quite a while now and can't find something suitable

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Very nice seat delete. Did mine a few years ago and it looks very DIY compared to yours !

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Wow, nice and clean

Where did you get the rear seat delete???

I'm after the same for quite a while now and can't find something suitable

Cheers,

Leo
Just had my interior specialist who did my dash do it also. So sorry, there is no kit that I know of.

But I think somebody who can do a carpet can easily handle it.

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Nice rear delete. Looks clean and simple.
Thanks Davew.
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Very nice seat delete. Did mine a few years ago and it looks very DIY compared to yours !

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Well at least you got the seats out. Useless weight IMO.

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Very nice leatherwork mate. Too good.

That rear spoiler blade will give a bit too much drag, elevate your fuel consumption too.
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Very nice leatherwork mate. Too good.

That rear spoiler blade will give a bit too much drag, elevate your fuel consumption too.
Thanks for the compliment. Yeah was thinking of that too on the drag. But I want the downforce for the track. Was thinking quite similar to the ducktail of the Porsche. Lol....
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I also changed my front bushings to poly urethane bushings. The white color ones which is the hardest. I didn't notice any harshness. Also refurbished the rack and pinion.

I just plugged the lines on my HICAS delete. Some say I should connect both lines that fed the rear rack.

Can't see the logic why the ps pump is in harms way if its just plugged. I mean, if there were no lines going to the rear, it would act the same no?
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Did you do the LHD conversion yourself or someone else! Looks like some crazy pipework behind the block. Does the BMC have a heat shield? Looks like it'll get hot there.
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Did you do the LHD conversion yourself or someone else! Looks like some crazy pipework behind the block. Does the BMC have a heat shield? Looks like it'll get hot there.
Someone else did the paperwork. RHD are not allowed here. What is the BMC?
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Someone else did the paperwork. RHD are not allowed here. What is the BMC?
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What are the rules like importing a RHD car over 25 years old in the US?

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