Selling my S13

$11,000 OBO

I want to buy something different, so I’m posting my S13 for sale. The car can come on 17×9 +12 / 18×9.5 +12 Gram Light 57D’s in white or 17×9 +22 / 18×9.5 +38 RPF1’s, with your choice of tire. I have a book of receipts for things I’ve done recently. So the seat for example, I can prove is 100% real, as I have all of the paperwork for it.

Here is a list of modifications

Engine:
284WHP/246WTQ
S13 redtop SR20DET engine and transmission
S15 T28 turbocharger
Z32 MAF sensor
Tomei 555cc fuel injectors
Taka Motorsports braided oil/water lines
Apexi PowerFC engine management (tuned by Chuck at AdrenalineXXX, runs PERFECT)
Forge 007 blow off valve
Greddy front mount intercooler
Megan Racing O2 housing
TopSpeed 3” stainless downpipe
Catco 3” catalytic converter
Buddy Club Spec 2
X2 Racing 5-quart oil pan
Blacktop oil strainer
Greddy oil filter relocation kit w/Aeroquip fittings
Koyo aluminum radiator
Nismo thermostat
Altima electric fans
Pivot fan controller
GK Tech coolant overflow tank
Nismo engine and transmission mounts
Walbro fuel pump

Drivetrain:
Spec stage 1 clutch
Driveshaft Shop 1-piece steel driveshaft
S15 helical limited slip differential

Suspension:
Front:
Tein camber plates
Ground Control coilovers
400 lb/in ERS springs
Vorshlag upper spring perches
Koni 8610 dampers in Pyeatt housings
Koni bumpstops
Powertrix tension control rods
Stealth Custom T/C bracket brace
Energy Suspension steering rack bushings
Suspension Techniques 27mm sway bar and bushings
Cusco strut tower bar
Rear:
Tein pillowball upper mounts
Ground Control coilovers
300 lb/in ERS springs
Vorshlag upper spring perches
Koni Eclipse dampers
Koni bumpstops
Powertrix rear upper control arms
Powertrix toe links
Powertrix traction links
Suspension Techniques 21mm sway bar and bushings
Peak Performance urethane subframe bushings
RP Sport subframe braces
Ebay strut tower bar

Brakes:
Z32 master cylinder w/S14 reservoir
Front:
Z32 300ZX 30mm aluminum 4-piston calipers
Hawk HPS pads
SPL Parts Stainless braided lines
Attain 5-lug hubs, ARP extended studs
Rear:
Z32 300ZX aluminum 2-piston calipers
Z32 emergency brake assemblies
Z32 2+2 emergency brake cables
Carmo e-brake cable adapters
Hawk HPS pads
SPL Parts Stainless braided lines
Z32 5-lug hubs, ARP extended studs
Bicho Performance master cylinder stopper
Rays Anodized Blue Extended closed-ended lug nuts

Body:
S13 Silvia front end conversion
JDM amber/clear turn signals
GTR-style grille
Password:JDM Cooling Panel
M3-style trunk lip spoiler
Dual projector headlights, converted to LHD

Interior:
Bride Zeta 3 Sport driver seat (also have stock S14 Drivers seat)
S14 passenger seat
Nardi 330mm Steering Wheel
Nismo shift knob
Redline Goods leather shift and e-brake boots
Stripped door panels
Bride upholstered glovebox
S14 seat belts
AC Autotechnic oil pressure gauge
AC Autotechnic boost/vacuum gauge
Pivot water/oil temperature readout
Greddy Profec B Spec II boost controller
JDM speedometer, converted to MPH
JDM tachometer, 7500 RPM redline
JVC headunit
Alpine 6.5” speakers all around

NOTE The RPF-1’s in these pictures are NOT the same ones that can come with the car.




I can get more pictures of anything upon request.

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4 responses to “Selling my S13”

  1. dropjay says :

    Beautiful car ! Good luck with the sale ! Loving your garage floor ! Expensive to do ?

    • excellentbarfs says :

      Dang I feel famous….DropJay posted on my blog!

      http://www.swisstrax.com/ribtrax-garage-tile.php

      The floor is called swisstrax, it’s not ridiculously expensive, but it’s more than an epoxy coating. The stuff is amazing though, it’s got grooves underneath so we wash cars on it all day long and with the grade we have to the garage, the water runs right out. Jacks and things on wheels roll on it just fine. One thing I’ll note however is that if you walk on it in bare feet it KILLS, I’m not sure why, I guess you’re just putting your bodyweight on slightly less square footage. Another negative is dropping things in between the cracks. I work on bicycles a lot and when you drop a piece of a chain or something down in there it’s a little annoying to try to get out unless you want to pop a corner of tile up. That isn’t that hard to do though, it just puts a little pause in your project.

  2. Damon says :

    Super clean car… hope someone scoops this up pretty quick!

  3. dropjay says :

    Thanks for floor info. I really appreciate it !

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