Silvia Club of NSW

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fergo308 wrote:
that'd be more than you put down on your pushbike wouldn't it?

now,go do your homework,the adults are talking here.


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Dammit..your mod now. I got no homework. Bikes broken.

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so save your pocketmoney and fix it. you also HAVE no homework.

And while you're at it,quit talking crap in this thread,that goes for everyone.

at your age you should be sucking everything in and trying to learn,not giving your opinion,as it's currently worthless seeing that you have no practical experience whatsoever. once you have a license,and are actually driving something,you can share your opinion on what that's like but not now,and especially not about someone else's car,when you don't even have one of your own of ANY type.


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It would be a little gutsy car.

Got anymore specs on this little things?

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These are essentially a FWD suzy cappucino, correct?

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i think they are lighter than a cappo!

and yes i know from experience that cappos go well. 2 of my mates had one, 1 of them still does. last dyno i think it was doing a little ove 120kw ATW. but he blew a gearbox and has ordered a new gearset. he is a member on here actually, CAPGUN.

also that 40kw, weight and size would allow it to be 'kai class' registered in japan - justin did i spell that right?

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yeh its a kei car


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added rear wing and 6"splits to the list


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nice car
but why would you join a nissan silvia club to post up a copen??
im sure there are forums in aus to cater for them.

lol @ the R35 GTR type front bar you want.


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whyte wrote:
nice car
but why would you join a nissan silvia club to post up a copen??
im sure there are forums in aus to cater for them.

lol @ the R35 GTR type front bar you want.


i joined due to i wanted to dyno my car asap cause its getting a lot of work done to it now

and no its not a r35 front bar its off a daihatsu boon x4

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Blakesilvia wrote:
It would be a little gutsy car.

Got anymore specs on this little things?


whats specs would u like

659cc engine
5sp manual box
Ground clearance 105mm
Wheel base 2230mm
109 nM TQ
8.2 compression
Bore 61mm
Stroke 56.4mm
Tires size 165/50R15
Rim size 5"
Brakes front Ventilated disk
Brakes rear Drum
Suspension front McPherson strut
Suspension rear Torsion beam


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Weight? 0-100 time? 1/4 time? (just to have some perspective)

You can hardly call a Copen a supercar, but they are unique... and funsiz has a passion for it. Its not a nissan, but I'm sure *most* of the guys here can give reliable technical/mechanical advise and comments...

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I thought it was was kinda cute in a blokey kind of way. Not my cup of tea but great to see people trying something different.

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just wanted something no one had:P


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I think it's awesome.
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