1994 Nissan S14 Silvia K’s
The S14 Silvia is an iconic sports coupe for many reasons, and it holds this status in part due to how enjoyable it is to drive and modify. Taking a seemingly boring car in stock form and being able to not only personalize it easily but also dramatically improve it's performance is exactly what this 1994 Silvia K's is all about. This highly modified S14 has a mere 133K verified and documented miles and is finished in Nissan's striking Super Black (KH3). The exterior is in good shape with normal wear like dings, chips, and scuffs from being driven in Japan. The FRP aero is aftermarket and as such will not have the same fit and finish as OEM pieces, but the trade-off is a dramatic change to the aesthetic. These parts include the front bumper, rear bumper, side skirts, and hood which deliver on the agressive nature of this rear-drive beast. Notable repairs include a new hood during its time in Japan. Sitting on new Stage wheels wrapped in new Falken tires and aftermarket coilovers this S14 turns heads, and is an absolute hoot to drive as you might expect! Legally imported and recently serviced this collectible, purpose built JDM rocketship is a special Japanese Classic!
The interior of this Silvia is sparse, spartan, and driver-focused. The driver's side has a Bride Brix bucket seat which has seen better days with some noticeable wear and tear. It is, however, still quite effective in keeping the driver firmly planted during spirited driving. The passenger seat remains OEM and is in good condition overall with just minor wear to note. The rear seat has been removed, along with part of the trunk trim to keep weight down. The headliner is in good shape with just minor marks from normal use. The passenger side door panel is in nice condition, however, the driver's side does show some damage on the armrest portion along with a few marks throughout. Upgrades to the interior include the leather-wrapped Sparco steering wheel and Tomei shifter knob. To monitor engine vitals an Apexi Power FC Commander is mounted front and center while a Greddy Boost gauge allows the driver to easily monitor intake pressure. The automatic digital climate control functions properly and supplies heat to the cabin quickly. The A/C however, is currently not functioning, although all of the components are there. The power windows, locks, and mirrors all function properly as does the Greddy turbo timer mounted atop the steering column. While not the most luxurious interior, it has everything you need when driving is the priority.
Powering the rear wheels is the Blacktop SR20DET fresh off an oil and filter service. Since arriving stateside we freshly rebuilt the turbo and installed a new battery. The engine has been extensively modified with what feels like the entire Greddy catalog of parts available for the S14. Included is a Greddy TD06 turbo kit, Greddy Camshafts, Greddy Turbo Manifold, Greddy Downpipe, Greddy Intake Manifold, Greddy Oil Cooler, Greddy radiator, Greddy Oil Pan, Greddy Intercooler, Greddy air filter, and Greddy Intercooler pipes. All of these modifications work together by means of an Apexi Power FC ECU. While the car shows healthy air/fuel ratio's we highly recommend having the vehicle tuned after purchase to account for climate or sea-level differences. Our trained technicians installed a new flywheel with new bolts and pressure plate, as well as a new clutch kit helping transfer all of the newfound power to the rear tires properly. Stopping power is also a necessity when you have a lot of power, and so we installed new rear pads and new rear rotors to help slow this Silvia down. Whether driving it on the road daily or taking it to the track this S14 is ready to go!
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.