1992 Nissan Silvia Coupe
The S13 has been long running one of Nissan's most versatile platforms. With it's light weight body, RWD setup, and more than potent SR20DET it really can do it all. With only 65K verified miles this particular '92 has been built to tear up the streets. Finished in one of the harder colors to come by, the White Pearl (WK0) paint looks fantastic. The front bumper sets an aggressive tone with the massive Greddy front mount peering out behind it. A set of Greddy side skirts look right at home giving it a lower profile. In order to actually get the entire ride height down a bit a set of Final Konnexion coilvers were installed. Rolling stock was upgraded to a set of R32 GTR wheels which looked killer on top of adding some much needed additional contact area. Despite it's drift styling the body has been well maintained, free of any notable dents or dings. The back bumper has been trimmed slightly to accommodate the larger exhaust, but looks fitting with the style of the Silvia. The hood does have spacers on it to aid with venting and can be seen in the photos.
The interior, while sparse, is very purpose driven. The driver's seat has been replaced with a Bride fixed back bucket that keeps you planted at any speed. The bucket is in great shape however does have a small hole in the bolster from climbing in and out. Like most all S chassis dashes this one does have two cracks above the gauge cluster, but luckily neither are very noticeable unless you're really looking for them. A Greddy boost gauge was added to keep and extra eye on things since a Greddy PRofec B Spec II was fitted. An ATC Sprint R steering wheel replaces the clunky stock one along with a Nismo shift knob. The stock passenger seat has been left and is in great shape. The rest of the interior was removed in order to fit the bolt in cage as this car was purpose built, not just for show. The power windows and mirrors are still operational, so you don't have to give up all creature comforts in the name of speed.
Once you pop the hood you'll find the trademark of the S chassis, the SR20DET. The potent little two liter fires right up and sounds great through the nearly straight piped Fujitsubo exhaust. The neighbors will hear this one the way it currently is. Of course with the aftermarket as strong as it is for the S13 there's no shortage of options available if you wanted to change that. To help the larger, T28, turbo breathe a bit better the massive Greddy front mount and a HKS intake were added. Strut tower braces were added front and rear to help keep the suspension in check as well as adjustable Tien lower tension rods. A Sard fuel pressure regulator was added to help compensate if you decided to bump the boost up a bit. We currently have it set right around factory to keep it a bit more street friendly, but the tuned ECU could handle more if you chose to. It does have a more aggressive two way diff out back but it's still plenty tame for normal around town driving. With the work that's been done this car is a blast to tear around in. We put in a new set of plugs and changed the oil to make sure it's good to go. The way it sits you could easily drive straight out to your local track or use it as a perfect platform to build off of. Between it's power potential and exquisite chassis this Silvia really is the best of both worlds.
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