• WTAC 2017

    WTAC 2017, what a time to be alive…… With just about any large project its handy to set goals and timelines, for me it was to have the PS13 project mechanically completed before this event. For those that were there last year and saw the car you might be fooled that for thinking that I […]

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  • Load it up! The PS13 project goes on tour.

    As depicted in my last post the PS13 is ready to tour the east coast. After fitting the doors a couple of weeks ago I found out that the stock door trims wouldn’t fit, I cut them up and tried to make something work, I quickly worked out I was just wasting my time and […]

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  • 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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  • 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 build update – Functional art

    This weekend just gone has been my first weekend in the garage since heading up to Sydney with the Deus crew to judge the Deus Bike Build off. I will post a full run down on that in the coming days but first I want to show you whats happening with the PS13 after that […]

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  • Forward Thrust – Pursuing the ultimate SR20DE

    A few weeks ago I wrote this post without publishing it, I hadnt made up my mind what to do with the engine in the PS13 at that time so I thought it may be worth posting so you get an idea of where I am coming from. Firstly I want to give you a […]

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  • KTM Update

    October was a pretty wild month, after my trip up the east coast of Australia I am starting to find my routine again. Last weekend I took the little TS185 2 stroke Chopper up to Kustom Kommune for the Oil Stained Brain show. It got lots of great comments but it seems to divide people. […]

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  • Steel and Possibilties

    It probably started around year 11 at High School, I enrolled in metal class and quickly became exposed to the possibilities of steel and the craft of working with it. Its not about being the perfect welder, the perfect sheetmetal shaper, the lathe artist or having the newest CNC mill on the market, its about […]

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  • Office Seat – Engineered to Style

    I’m still off work with my finger that I attacked with the angle grinder, in response to the doctors orders to keep it moving I thought what better way to keep it active with much more angle grinding and TIG welding. So right now I am sitting in my office blogging in my favorite seat […]

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