1995 Nissan S14 K’s

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Stock Number: 4388

The S14 is already a well-loved chassis that is more than capable of just about anything. They're a fantastic platform for drivers, auto crossers, stance cars, or just your regular daily driver. Because of this, we see them come through will all sorts of modifications from mild to wild. Our latest offering, this 1995 K's has taken a far more interesting approach to modifications that we normally see. Typically a body kit, or maybe even a Kouki conversion, but this one has gone a step further with a full S15 front end. The iconic look is still a forbidden fruit here which makes it that much cooler. The front end matches up particularly well with the more flowing lines of the revamped S14 making it one serious head-turner. Not only do you have the front end conversion but it's also rocking a Garage Mak style front bumper completely filled up with a massive front mounter intercooler staring you down. Vertex style side skirts lower the profile around those R32 GTR wheels and help to give the car a more fitting profile. With all of the changeups, it's safe to say the car was resprayed it's original Super Black (KH3) at some point in time. The paint itself is in great shape and really looks mean with all of the work that been done to the body. Speaking of the body, its been pretty much spared of any typical blemishes, even the door dings were kept to a minimum.

The interior begins to get a bit more purpose-driven while keeping your day to day practicality. Since this was clearly built with a purpose in mind there have been quite a few nice additions. The factory seats offer alright support, but nothing like the Bride fixed back bucket does. Like most of these style seats, from getting in and out over the years the bolster does have a hole hence the patch. Per usual the passenger and rear seats look as if they've hardly been used. For the most part, all of the fabrics have been kept stain-free. Like most S chassis this one does have some dash cracks, however, the Shevron dash mat does a nice job of sprucing up the interior. Quite a few gauges have been added to paint a more accurate picture of whats going on under the hood. Yashio Factory for temps, HKS for oil pressure, and Blitz for boost, with everything being handled via an APEX'i SAFC. An HKS EVC allows for quick changes to boost levels since there's a fair bit going on under the hood. As a whole, the interior has been well preserved, from the carpeting up to the headliner. All of the powered accessories are functioning as one would expect; power windows, power-folding mirrors, door locks, and automatic climate control. While we're coming into the fall days, the A/C does work for those upcoming warm days.

We all know what sets this car apart from its USDM counterpart, the SR20DET. The two-liter four-banger is known for its power potential. In stock trim, these motors are no slouch, and with a few simple bolt-ons, it really comes to life. Mated to a proper 5-speed manual, rowing through the gears is the only way to really enjoy all of Nissan's efforts. Taking their already great combo and turning it up a notch has turned this car into an absolute blast, so when you pop the hood it all makes sense. The tubular exhaust manifold feeds into a quick spooling ball bearing turbo. To help feed air into this beast the MAF was replaced with a slightly larger one off of an R32 with your typical open filter intake. A particularly nice Greddy aluminum radiator keeps the temps in check. With the added air you do need some extra fuel which has a mechanical regulator sitting just ahead of a set of larger injectors. All of this is expelled out back through a nearly straight piped custom Kakimoto exhaust. The SR really screams through this setup, so be warned you may annoy the neighbors; then again, that's why we love it. The transmission shifts with ease and the clutch is plenty capable of sending all that power to the back wheels. The suspension received an overhaul as well, most notably the BSK adjustable coilovers. With only 78K verified miles it came in needed only some routine service work. A fresh set of tires, new battery, and a routine oil change have it running in top shape. With S chassis being one of our most popular cars we see a lot of different takes on these. This one is a real standout without having to be covered in stickers or some crazy paint job. For someone after a real head turner that has more than enough performance to back it up then look no further.

*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB complaint 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.

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