180sx

Stacking cars in my ever evolving garage.

You know the old saying…. Progress is impossible without change? Well that’s me right there, always in a rush to progress, so I am always in a rush to change, always searching for a better way to do t...

Shops open for business

I feel like 2016 has been nothing new, what it has been though is rewarding, I fought off the urge for more projects and focused on the ones I currently have. Tying up loose ends in the garage has bee...

Garage Tour Video – My Workspace

Let me begin by saying this is something I have always wanted to do but never got around to it, the interactive garage walk around video has been rolling through my mind for a while now, I never like ...

Oliver’s Birthday Bash – Wilby in the RPS13

Drifting…… ahhhhh drifting, possibly the most complicated and diverse culture of the new era of motorsport. Why? Well there’s so many different ways of looking at it, each person hol...

RPS13 – Drive time

Well its been a while since I have driven the RPS13, I started to doubt how much enjoyment I got out of the sport, I mean is it worth all the effort? Then I came here! The day started off wet, I dont ...

RPS13 – Winton Matsuri

In an action packed RPS13 dedicated weekend I took the drive up to Winton Raceway to reacquaint myself with both the car and the track. In fact I don’t think I have visited Winton in over a year...

180SX – Getting it Shifted

This cars had a long history of different gearbox’s. Firstly I had an S14 5 speed, it was a great feeling gearbox but didn’t stand a chance against my clutch choice of the ORC Twin Plate, ...

180SX – Post WTAC Clean-up

While I’m waiting on parts for the Hilux I turned my attention to the two other cars in my life. The 180SX was faultless at WTAC, I don’t think I actually wrote anything about driving this...

WTAC – Weekend Wrap Up

Firstly thanks to Jordan Shields for giving me his pics so I can write this post, give him a like on his facebook page. You probably figured from my last post Thursday night didn’t really go to ...