Yes I realize this is a very bold statement. I invite you to follow along with this build and see if you agree, especially if you're skeptical right now. I am building a 1998 Nissan Skyline R34 to replace my current professional drift car which is my Hyundai Genesis Coupe. There will be NO corners cut on this build and only the finest parts available will be used, or created. To name just a few of the things it will have: CBM Motorsports 4.0L Whipple Supercharged 425 LS3, G Force GSR Dogbox, Winters Quick Change Differential, Feal Suspension 3 Way Long Travel Coilovers, Wisefab Front Angle Kit and Rear Kit, Bride Seats, 3 piece wheels, Uras Type RR Widebody, Seibon Carbon doors, hood, trunk, and a bunch more parts that I'll talk about as we progress with the build. This is just a taste of the ridiculous parts list on this car. This car will be as much show car as it is a professional drift car. from SEMA and Wekfest to Formula Drift and Gridlife, this car will hold its own at any venue.
The car I acquired is basically in the same condition as when it rolled out of Nissans factory. It has just over 12,000 miles and zero damage anywhere besides a tiny bit of surface rust which is pretty standard for a vehicle from a wet climate like Japan. Currently we have it completely stripped and are taking it to get acid dipped next week. From there we will begin fabrication! Please subscribe and also follow my social media accounts to stay updated on this wild build.
Partners (more TBA):
Haugen Racing - Builder, Designer, Driver
CBM Motorsports - Supplying the motor
Fueled Racing - Supplying the LS swap kit and rear radiator setup
Feal Suspension - Supplying the coilovers
Wilwood Brakes - Supplying the brakes, pedals, and handbrake
Arrowlane - Assisting with the build and support during the season
Voodoo13 - Supplying the rear subframe bushings
Seibon Carbon - Supplying the hood, trunk, and doors
Street Standard - Media partner
Wisefab - Supplying front angle kit and rear suspension
Mastermind - Supplying bodykit, steering wheel, seats, and belts
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