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General Information Car Directory
Member: 1badpulsar
Vehicle: 1986 Nissan Pulsar SGS ( More )
Location: New Zealand
Last Updated: 5th February, 2006
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1badpulsar's Comments:

Brought 'The Pulsator' for $100 from a guy at work, and now am going to see if we can make it a show car for under $2000.

Modification Listing
Intake System:

Removed large portion of Air Filter surround. It was chugging and farting so I did this, and viola`, smooth running.

Interior: $27

GTS-T M-Spec Steering wheel, bolts straight on, little modifying to make horn work, but it does go. Mostly Wood finish gear knob. Bastard on Trademe said it was 'Genuine Wood'. Does plastic come from a tree does it.

Rolling Stock: $50

S13 Silvia wheels. 15" of 80's style. 185/60/15 Bridgestones front 195/60/15 Toyos on the back.

Performance Statistics Top Rankings
Power Output: 85 wheel hp

Performance Comments:

Really, we are going to try and make a show type car for under $2000. Got stuff all done to it at the mo, but I think a Early 80's EXA popup front and its turbo engine will make its way onto the car. Gonna be bitchin.

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Badge was pulled by former owner. Im on the lookout for one from a newer model. If yours goes missing, it wasnt me, honest.

Door got all dinged by an old lady who drives by touch. Shoot the elderly.

This is where the action happens. The wheel is from a GTS-T M-Spec Skyline. Choice of the D1NZ guys.

The wheels have been replaced with S13 Fatory Alloys, makes it look a little more racer.

I cut off the end of the air filter and a large chunck out of the back cause it was chugging and thios fixed it. I got an Cone filter to replace.

I replaced the stock bulbs with "Xenon" ones. They might just be blue tinted Halogen, but they are much better.

Who says you cant put a pod filter on a carby

After I did this, Im sure everyone was looking at me. Paranoid?
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