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I am looking for a body kit that will make my car look a lot lower than it is. i want a body kit that is tight yet doesn't look like something that came from Russia. Thanks all bye the way the body kit will go on a 91 240SX Fastback
Have you thought about converting the front end to an S15... that would look comepletly awesome... I want to do that, but I dont have the money for it... But if you are going to put a body kit, you might as well do it...
If you only do the conversion and dont get a wild front spoiler, the car would a bit lower with out looking to extravagant...
1995 200SX SE, 3" CAI-MAF to filter, 12* timing
Well that website tells me absolutly nothing except for that they are for the 180SX and i have the 240SX. You also are unable to click on anything to find out a price and aplication. Thanks guys for the help
Hey guys, those kits are by a company in Japan named GP Sports, not Hippo sleek. GP sports makes a wide array of kits and seem to specialize in S13/14/15 kits, they make some nice ass kits. Just thought id clear that up. Peace
K&N filter (its nice, gives a little extra hp boost)
bought it like this, not my fault, full plans, GP Sports kit, Bride Seats, Advan tires, Volk Wheels, brembo/300ZX brakes HKS, Bee*R, Blitz, Veilside, list goes on for power goodies. X 1000 000
You gotta contact them for prices and application. And if you didnt know, your 240SX fastback is the exact same as a 180SX minus the sr20det. Coupe's are Silvia's, fastbacks are 180's. And i thought at first the kits were GP Sport, but i cant make out the web addy on the front windshield banner, but it still looks a lot like hippo sleek to me.
Yu i know the 180 is my HB, i juts slated it as a S13 because u guys seem not to know much in that area, this is to prevent the confusion. i own a 240, and will be makin the switch to a 180 next year, I know for a fact that the kit is from GP sports, check out www.autoimaging.com and www.gpsports.co.jp and check it urself. i am an avid knowledge seeker when it coems to my 240, my pride and joy, so dont patronise me and think u know more cause u said its a 180 woopy woo, theres also the Sil-80 and a One-via, also a 15-80 take a guess at what those are, its not brain science, later folks, thanks for the reminder Olay 180. msg me at email@example.com and we can talk more bout the 240/180. Peace
And there banner says, www.gpsports.co.jp and the G4 logo, thats the new line of which these kits belong too, there are also kits for the S14/15, and R33 far as ai know and the FC3S. The 180 is also called the RPS13. there are amny kits for the 180/240 that make it kool, if u wanted the S15 clip, it looks koo and all, but you need major cash man, the light alone cost 1000 bucks and u need the fenders, hood, bumper light assemply to attch them yadda yadda yadda. I saw a S15 front end swap, and it looked fine ass, just make sure u put in the DET, make it legit. Umm also check out the site, www.takakaira.com, tey got sweet kits for lots of makes and models, not all listed, but its a start to find what ya liek in some of japans many flavours of style. Peace
Damn I didnt even think I was talking to you. Firstly, I was responding to Nissan240SX when he posted this "Well that website tells me absolutly nothing except for that they are for the 180SX and i have the 240SX" Maybe he didnt know he was talking about the same car. I think you need to read more carefully before you bust your fingers typing. And I sure as hell wasnt tryin to be a smart ass about it. And why are you even tryin to quiz anyone about whats what. Sil-80 = Silvia front end on 180/240 fastback. One-Via = Any USDM S13 coupe. And whoa, a 15-80 = S15 conversion on a 180/240 fastback. Damn your good....and in no way was I tryin to patronize anyone. And the keyword in my post is LOOKS, I never once said it was Hippo Sleek, I just said it LOOKS like Hippo Sleek. Im glad your so confident in your body kit identifying. Thank god for people like you...
Sorry. Didn't mean to burst your bubble, I didn't mean you didn't know what all this S13/180 stuff is, i just noticed a lot of the other writers on here don't know a hell of a lot, in any case sorry for my rude behaviour in the posts, lata days
Sorry i didn't know that the 240 was the same as the 180. I am new to the world of Nissan. So thank you to the both of you but take your panties out of a bind you both know what your talking about and I give props to you. So smile and be happy this world sucks enough without people arguing all the time.
Ya my panties are fine. Anyway, if anyone got nay info on the Yen currency exchange for American or Canadian dollar, yes im a canadian, ya ya ya, i dont live in an igloo, but my house is always cold, go figure. peace
Nissans are i htink the most easiest japanese manufacturer to figure out. Mainly the negiens are simple for the most part and its a well made product for a more resonable price than Honda toyota etc. unfortunetly i work at a Nissan dealership and have experienced first hand the crookedness of car salesmen/woman. i love working there dont get me wrong, get to see and drive the nicest 350Z, yes the 350Z, i finally got to see it, if anyone else seen it, post a reply tell me what ya liek/dislike, i loved the size of the car, and also dont look at the brochure, its MUCH more beautiful in person, the brochure makes the car look like crap. Fopr 50g's up here, u get a lot for ur money, ours has GPS, DVD player, auto tranny power everthing, and tons of extras, it is awesome. Anyway, lata days,
PS i know i suck at typeing, i just type no proof read, cant ya tell, hahahaha
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