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  1. Hi Guys, Got the below for sale. All items are pickup from Campbelltown NSW area only. Item: TIEN Monoflex Coilovers Description: The coilovers are TIEN Monoflex - no not type flex, no not mono sport they are MONO FLEX! (https://www.vividracing.com/catalog/tein-mono-flex-coilover-system-nissan-240sx-s13-8994-p-56296.html). These were purchased in 2010 for my weekender at a cost of AU$3200.00 and as you can see in the link still sell for over US$2000.00. They have probably only done about 20,000km max due to the weekender not being used all that much. No leaks, etc... they are still in as new condition and come with C-Spanners, manuals, little can of lube and even the original sticker pack! These are great for the track or road and at this price much better than the Chinese cheapies! Spring rates F:7kg and R:5kg Price: $900 Location: Campbeltown NSW Willing to post?: No Contact: Via PM or reply in thread Item: 350z 18 x 8" 30mm Offset Description: Rims only, no tyres. What you see is what you get, they are all straight but have various levels of gutter rash. Look great on Silvia's, just need some cosmetic repair to be perfect. Price: $100 Location, Contact, Post as above.
  2. Hey Guys, Got a couple of items up for grabs. Prices are negotiable, so please make an offer if you would like Item: S15 Silvia Nismo R-Tune Coilovers Rear Pair **SOLD** Item: S15 Silvia Dash Trim Piece (Steering Wheel Surround) **SOLD**
  3. Hi, I've spent MANY hours on the forums trying to determine what way forward with regards to what type of shock absorber I should get for my S14. A number of similar themes kept reoccurring in my search. One being that if you are able to afford Bilstein, do so. I have rung Bilstein's contact in Australia, and they have said they do not do a shock absorber for the S14/S15. I even gave them a part number that I found on the internet, but still no success. I've tried to find out if the rumours about 300sx and EVO Bilstein shocks fitting S14/15 are true, but unable to get certainty on that. I know that there is a Bilstein shock that fits the S14/15, - as SYDNEYKID a few years ago on the forums developed/made/sold a suspension kit for some Skylines and S13/S14/S15's. I've driven a few Silvias with these shocks and setups, and I felt they were quite good. A number of quality posters have recommended quality springs and shocks over coilovers to people in my situation. For my application, I agree. MY CAR: S14 ADM, was completely stock and 1 owner till when I bought it 3 years ago. POWER: stock turbo, basic powermods(FMIC, Walbro, 3", hiflow cat etc) 174rwkw CHASSIS: Quite a few custom chassis strengthing mods, including power brace, welded on fender braces, rear subframe brace etc etc, and strut brace. SUSPENSION/STEERING: S15 stock struts with stock but 35mm lower front springs (yes, cut..... I know). Solid rear subframe bushes, whiteline front swaybar. I also hade some custom castor/camber tops made to suit struts, NOT Coilovers. This being another reason wanting to stick with struts and not coilovers. The rollcentres and bumpsteer have been corrected close to stock after lowering. As it stands, I'm OK with the mild power, and the chassis/geometry changes make it easy and safe to drive. I just want to get rid of the somewhat floaty feel of the shocks, and help it stick better, but still having a compliant and gentle ride. (I sold my racecar to buy this car as a livable daily driver, spending a fair bit of time in the car each day). Keen to hear what shock/spring combos other people have used, and their reviews of them. I have had KONI shocks in my racecar, and when adjusted, where OK. But again haven't found info on this with regards to the S14/S15. Thanks in advance, Rob
  4. hey guys, i just bought some second hand new HSD coilovers and i noticed the front coilover camber tops(pillow ball) wont rotate at all. Is it just like that cause its new? or are they rooted?
  5. ISC spacers to suit 4x114.3 and 5x114.3 Nissan and 5x114.3 to suit Toyota! 15mm pair = $125 20mm pair = $135 25mm pair = $145 30mm pair = $155 ISC Suspension Arms + Others Adjustable rear camber = $125 Adjustable rear toe = $125 Adjustable rear traction = $125 Adjustable rear stabiliser = $99 Hicas lock bar = $75 Adjustable front castor = $149 Alloy subframe spacers = $99 R33/R34 front adjustable camber = $299 Silvia front adjustable LCA = $349 Silvia rear adjustable LCA = $399 350z adjustable rear toe = $199 350z adjustable rear camber = $199 silvia strengthened tie rod kit = $149 PU silvia engine mounts = $125 PU silvia gearbox mounts = $125 PU silvia engine and g/box mounts = $225 Hydraulic handbrakes = $149 JZX90/100 rear camber = $199 JZX90/100 rear traction = $199 JZX90/100 rear toe = $199 JZX90/100 front castor = $199 JZX90/100 front camber = $249 Work vs-mx wheels black face/black dish 18x8 +8/18x9.5 +17...Normally $1499...NOW $1299!! FOR PICTURES PLEASE CLICK http://WWW.ISC-PERFORMANCE.COM
  6. So I just got my s15 the other week and I’m keen to do some body work but before I do that I need to sort out my wheels/suspension/guard rolling. I have spent months researching what wheels and offsets I want and I have decided on...... Work sp1 3p F: 18x9 +22A R: 18x10 +30O I have even gone as far as contacting the owner of the car that I have used as my inspiration haha. He said he isn’t using spacers which is good, and that he is running BC BR coils. Now, the problem is this. He says the rear is fine with clearance between the coil and the inside of the wheel and that he only gets scrubbing on the guards when he goes really low and drives on bumpy roads. The front is more difficult because he says the clearance is ok but there is "only 2mm of clearance between the wheel and the collar" and that "this is not ideal, however I have mates running the same wheels with Tein and Cusco coils and they have more clearance which is more ideal" Because I’m new to the scene and don’t really know my way around a coilover when he says collar is he referring to the adjusting collars that lock the coilover spring and height in place?? Is this minimal clearance going to cause issues, can the wheel ever make contact with the collar or is the 2mm clearance fixed in place?? Why is it that the BC BR coilover has less clearance than other coilovers, is it wider (I think I read that somewhere, the BC BR has a larger diameter?) I have researched and the BC BR coilover seems to be rated as a good quality product for mostly street use and some minor track fun for what you pay so should I go with them or another brand? Also the last option of course is just to go smaller in rim width but I can’t wrap my head around working the offset out, no matter how much I read I just get more confused. If I want to keep the same fitment up against the guards but with a smaller widths rim what would the offset adjustment be F: 18x8.5 +??A R: 18x9.5 +??O Any help would be great, I need to hear from experienced members that are knowledgeable and have plenty of experience with coilovers and wheel fitment clearance/issues. Cheers everyone! here is a pic of the car i have used for the original wheels specs but has 2mm clearance between front collar and wheel:
  7. For the month of January 2013 we will be having 20% off our large range of ISC spacers!! We have them available in 4x114.3 and 5x114.3 to suit Nissan and also 5x114.3 to suit Toyota. Prices are below and are per pair, in order to recieve the 20% discount please mention this advert with your enquiry. Ryan-0413804117 ryan@isc-coilovers.com 15mm = $125 20mm = $135 25mm = $145 30mm = $155 Nissan 4x114.3 = BLUE Nissan 5x114.3 = YELLOW Toyota 5x114.3 = SILVER
  8. -$1499 PER SET ISC N1 **$1199 (limited time only) -AUSTRALIAN MADE THRUST KIT ($100-cost price) -$750 PER PAIR -$50 PER EXTRA SPRING -12 MONTHS WARRANTY -CHOOSE YOUR OWN SPRING RATE AT NO EXTRA COST -32 STEP DAMPER ADJUST -HEIGHT ADJUST -BOUND ADJUST -CAMBER TOPS -EXTRA CAMBER ADJUST VIA BOTTOM BRACKET -NON GENERIC -AS USED BY AUSTRALIA'S TOP DRIFTERS RYAN PROBERT-0413804117 VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION.......ISC WEBSITE ISC coilovers were first distributed in Australia in early 2006. The coilovers have been sold through out Asia, America and Europe for over 10 years with a very positive response. Our coilovers are produced at our own workshop by qualified technicians, designers and quality control personnel. Some of the designing is now carried out by our very own team in Australia making the coilovers more suitable for the Australian market. In 2006 our company supported Danny Vahoumis "the godfather of drift" through sponsorship. Danny proved the durability of our products at the top level of Drift in Australia, collecting podium finishes along the way. In 2007 ISC supported the Wheelworx 3 car DA team consisting of Tom Monkhouse, Adam May and Linden Reynolds. Once again this demonstrated that our coilovers can perform at the highest level of motorsport, this was evident when Tom Monkhouse finished first at RD3 in Eastern Creek. Over time our products have become more popular, thus constantly updating our performance range in order to bring you the best quality products at an affordable price. Currently we are sponsoring Danie Prior in his 1.5JZ S13 silvia, In 2011 Daniel was very consistent qualifying at the top of the field in each round and also finished 2nd and 4th outright in 2 rounds. The silvia currently competes in the SA G1 series but hopefully in the future it will compete in a variety of events around Australia. Another car we are currently sponsoring is the ISC Time Attack S14, this car has the whole ISC suspension package along with other ISC parts such as radiator, intercooler etc. The car has competed in 5 local Time Attack events finishing 2nd,1st,1st,2nd,2nd in RWD OPEN Class, the car also travelled to Winton for the 2011 SAUNATS and took out 2nd place in open class (first time on the track). ISC Australia has just released new thrust bearing kits for its range of N1 coilovers. These kits are manufactured in Australia, using high quality Japanese bearings. The addition of the bearing kit to your coilovers will add faster and smoother steering response, and allows better spring compression. Another huge bonus is that it takes a lot of stress away from the pillowball giving it a longer life. Kits are available for purchase with N1 coilovers for an additional $100 (below cost price) or can be purchased seperately for $149 a pair. ISC has a large range of spacers in stock for both Nissan and Toyota vehicles in 4x114.3 and 5x114.3!! Prices are for pairs: 15mm = $125 20mm = $135 25mm = $145 30mm = $155 ISC boot braces to suit S13, 180sx, A31 cefiro and R32 skyline! These braces are made locally in Australia and come with high tensile bolts for installation. The brace is installed inside the boot of the vehicle and connects on each side to the chassis rails giving the car more rear end support under hard load. $149 each MASSIVE PRICE SLASHES TO OUR ADJUSTABLE ARMS!!! Adjustable rear camber = $125 Adjustable rear toe = $125 Adjustable rear traction = $125 Adjustable rear stabiliser = $99 Hicas lock bar = $75 Adjustable front castor = $149 Alloy subframe spacers = $99 R33/R34 front adjustable camber = $299 Silvia front adjustable LCA = $349 Silvia rear adjustable LCA = $399 350z adjustable rear toe = $199 350z adjustable rear camber = $199 silvia strengthened tie rod kit = $149 PU silvia engine mounts = $125 PU silvia gearbox mounts = $125 PU silvia engine and g/box mounts = $225 Hydraulic handbrakes = $149 JZX90/100 rear camber = $199 JZX90/100 rear traction = $199 JZX90/100 rear toe = $199 JZX90/100 front castor = $199 JZX90/100 front camber = $249 For pictures and a brief description please visit : http://www.isc-coilovers.com
  9. Hey Can get a set of second hand Type Flex. (the twin tube ones) for $950. Finding it hard to find any reviews about them..especially these ones. Spring rates seem odd..they're 7/7 Background info, after new shocks. Car's to be used on "weekends only" / drift. So not really a daily driver etc.. Other suspension mods are strut braces and also sway bars soon. (whiteline f+r). Was going to get something 8 / 6. Pref in a mono tube.. [EDIT] Blitz ZZ-R, Can't find ANYTHING about them..other then they may be re branded BC's? Tossing up between zz-r and bc br's.. Might just get BC BR's (type RH if it matters) if all else fails.. Anyones 2 cents? Any help would be appreciated
  10. Package 1 = $425 (normally $517) Adjustable rear camber Adjustable rear traction Adjustable rear toe Package 2 = $499 (normally $676) Adjustable rear camber Adjustable rear traction Adjustable rear toe Adjustable stabiliser bar Package 3 = $349 (normally $437) Adjustable rear camber Adjustable rear traction Adjustable rear hicas Package 4 = $699 (normally $875) Adjustable rear camber Adjustable rear toe Adjustable rear traction Adjustable stabiliser bar Adjustable front castor If purchased seperatly: Adjustable rear camber = $179 Adjustable rear toe = $179 Adjustable rear traction = $159 Adjustable rear stabiliser = $159 Hicas lock bar = $99 Adjustable front castor = $199 Alloy subframe spacers = $125 R32 front adjustable camber = $349 R33/R34 front adjustable camber = $399 Silvia front adjustable LCA = $399 Silvia rear adjustable LCA = $449 350z adjustable rear toe = $199 350z adjustable rear camber = $199 silvia strengthened tie rod kit = $199 PU silvia engine mounts = $125 PU silvia gearbox mounts = $125 PU silvia engine and g/box mounts = $225 Whiteline adjustable swaybars = $249 each Hydraulic handbrakes = $249
  11. hey guys running a quick clearance special before christmas have some excess stock of S15 AUS SPEC TEIN SUPER STREET COILOVERS btw, aus spec means aus spec damper kits, not only for aus spec s15... $1700 + free postage 2 year warranty and fully serviceable in australia !!!!!!!! give us a call, email, or PM to order !!
  12. -$1499 PER SET ISC N1 **$1199 (limited time only) -AUSTRALIAN MADE THRUST KIT ($100-cost price) -$750 PER PAIR -$50 PER EXTRA SPRING -12 MONTHS WARRANTY -CHOOSE YOUR OWN SPRING RATE AT NO EXTRA COST -32 STEP DAMPER ADJUST -HEIGHT ADJUST -BOUND ADJUST -CAMBER TOPS -EXTRA CAMBER ADJUST VIA BOTTOM BRACKET -NON GENERIC -AS USED BY AUSTRALIA'S TOP DRIFTERS RYAN PROBERT-0413804117 VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION.......ISC WEBSITE ISC coilovers were first distributed in Australia in early 2006. The coilovers have been sold through out Asia, America and Europe for over 10 years with a very positive response. Our coilovers are produced at our own workshop by qualified technicians, designers and quality control personnel. Some of the designing is now carried out by our very own team in Australia making the coilovers more suitable for the Australian market. In 2006 our company supported Danny Vahoumis "the godfather of drift" through sponsorship. Danny proved the durability of our products at the top level of Drift in Australia, collecting podium finishes along the way. In 2007 ISC supported the Wheelworx 3 car DA team consisting of Tom Monkhouse, Adam May and Linden Reynolds. Once again this demonstrated that our coilovers can perform at the highest level of motorsport, this was evident when Tom Monkhouse finished first at RD3 in Eastern Creek. Over time our products have become more popular, thus constantly updating our performance range in order to bring you the best quality products at an affordable price. ISC Australia has just released new thrust bearing kits for its range of N1 coilovers. These kits are manufactured in Australia, using high quality Japanese bearings. The addition of the bearing kit to your coilovers will add faster and smoother steering response, and allows better spring compression. Another huge bonus is that it takes a lot of stress away from the pillowball giving it a longer life. Kits are available for purchase with N1 coilovers for an additional $100 (below cost price) or can be purchased seperately for $149 a pair.
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