• PS13 Stay Cool – Simplified

    The last post depicted this cars time on the dyno, with the car back home I still had a lot of work to complete and thats what I want to run you through in this post. I cant express how relaxed I felt returning home with a functioning car, a year ago I contemplated cutting […]

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  • NA PS13 Tuned and ready to go!

    Still on a high from actually getting this car running I had a call from Aaron saying that the dyno was free from thursday morning to (if we needed it) the weekend. I have a love hate relationship with dyno’s, it’s the most stressful environment for any builder but also a true testing ground for […]

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  • PS13 Project – When it all comes together

    It’s now June 2017 and winter is well and truly here, two very important events have coincided this past month that have given me the best opportunity to really put 100% into this project. The first is a financial boost with the approval of an exciting new marketing contract which you will hear about in […]

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  • The PS13 Project – Here it comes.

    There’s one thing you need to understand when it comes to projects like these, there’s no substitute for time…. I learnt a long long time ago that money is no substitute for time, unless your paying someone with as much (or more) passion for your project than you have, your better off learning the skills […]

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  • 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 things. I think it’s the biggest thing I have learnt over the years, never ever give up […]

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  • 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 been one thing, the website has been another. The name “Engineered to Slide” was coined just […]

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  • Geelong Revival – Home Town in the Hilux

    Every year the days get longer, the weather gets warmer and I get a hell of a lot busier. Spring time is event season in Australia, my chance to lift the roller door on the garage, hook up the trailer and load all my ideas into a complete package that brings a little slice of […]

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  • ETS Drift Ute – Warming up for the Geelong Revival

    It’s been a while since I pushed the start button on the Hilux, it’s still such a relief to me that I am able to just jump inside this, push the button and have some fun when the opportunity arises. The opportunity came about after a chat to the Geelong Revival Staff, I wanted to […]

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  • PS13 – Bay of Dreams

    Sometimes I look back on the Hilux build and wonder how the hell I completed it, people speak about motivation, passion and other large words that express why they do things, I have never really figured out what drives me, what inspires me, but I know that when I am in the zone there is […]

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