How long have you owned your silvia?

I’m currently at 3256 days – (8 + years) and I still love spending money on the old girl!! :lol:

I know of a couple of others who still have theirs from Mega Meets before 2007 so I am sure there are plenty of other long time owners

6 years. Driven it 3 times, spent countless $ and haven’t shown you guys yet!
Owned mine for five years And it now has an engine In it bought off you Nismodrift!. Only driven it for one good fang in the last three years although :lol:

As she sits recently

Owned my old S14 from mid 2007 till October 2012, then had to sell it ’cause I had a little one on the way (and was only allowed one Silvia).
Had mine for just over 11 years.
Drove it for about the first 2.
One day I plan to be able to drive it again.
Pic as she stands today. I want to do heaps more track days especially with the new coilovers, but I will get a cert first so I can still enjoy her on the road :) I know DIEWRX and Swellacott must have had theres a similar length of time to you Tarrbaby. I can’t say my ownership has been bliss the entire time but I’m certainly enjoying her these days :mrgreen:

High quality welding and fabrication

High quality welding and fabrication

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hey guys. i just wanted to make you aware of what i have been up to. i havn’t really been active on here for a long time, cars, work and family are the main reason. i have how ever become a pretty good welder and am trying to drum up some work. i am based in Lynfield, Auckland. if there is anything your wanting built please consider me. this may sound harsh but its for Your good. I don’t do “cheap” by this i mean, i build parts on the DO IT ONCE DO IT RIGHT principle. most of my gear is RB. but if you SR boys step up, i can supply you with world class gear.
some nice looking stuff there. will keep in mind when my HKS manifold bites the dust again. Looking at the foot rest with the dimples in it, what would it cost to make a couple of floor mats/rests with dimples in them?

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Postby OSiRiS » Sat Dec 14, 2013 9:33 pm

Hey all,

It’s me again, long time lurker, short time poster…

You would have noticed that the forums were down recently, however I’m glad to announce it’s all been fixed now.

The key thing is that the entire database has been retained since 2nd July 2007 -just log in using your existing username and password. All posts and threads are still here, and are here to stay 8)

If you have come across any bugs, issues or problems please drop a message on this thread :)


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Postby spiderwebfx » Sat Dec 14, 2013 10:48 pm

Wicked stuff. Thanks heaps Osiris.
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Postby Itzthaazn » Sat Dec 14, 2013 10:53 pm

the avatar icons arn’t working for me ha
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Postby DIEWRX » Sun Dec 15, 2013 11:48 am

Lots of bots all of a sudden.
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Postby spiderwebfx » Sun Dec 15, 2013 4:09 pm

I disabled registrations again last night. I didn’t get a chance to go through the new bots that registered as I was trying to do it off my phone. I’ll look into that later today.

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NZ’s most powerful Silvias


1. 113.6kw — SoulFate — S14.5 — Dyno’d @ Lodge Auto Centre Hastings

2. 104 kw — PeteMun — S14 — Dyno’d @ Torque Performance

3. 99.7kw — BSLYDN — S14 — Dyno’d @ Torque Performance LTD

4. 99.6kw — freeryda — S14 — Dyno’d @ Torque Performance Avondale

5. 93.5kw —sscotty — S15 — Dyno’d @ Shred Industries



1. 413kw — maca-s13 — s13 — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

2. 393kw — PKT RKT — S14a — Auckland — Dyno’d @ ST Hitec

3. 369kw — Brads12 — S15 (SR23) — Christchurch — Dyno’d at NZEFI

4. 341.0kw— Serion/Zenki — S14 (SR22) — Dyno’d @ ST-hitec

5. 338kw — TarrBaby — S14 — Tauranga — Dyno’d @ ST-hitec

6. 330.2kw — DORIFT — S14a (SR22) — Dyno’d @ ST-hitec

7. 320.0kw — mr hand shakie man — S13 — Christchurch — Dynod @ NZEFI

8. 287.9kw — 220kw-s14 — S14 — Auckland — E and H motors

9. 281.8kw — Soichi — S15 — Auckland — Dyno’d @ STHitec

10. 280.4kw — whips — S13 — Auckland — Dyno’d @ E & H motors

11. 279.7kw — DRFTIN — S14 — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

12. 274kw — Dori — S15 — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ RE Sinclair

13. 273.7kw — funy1984(Lee) — 1580sx — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

14. 273.4kw — D180SX — s14 — Auckland — Dyno’d @ ST Hitec dyno

15. 271.5kw — Jan — S14a — Auckland — Dyno’d @ ST Hitec

16. 265kw — D1URAS — S14a — Dyno’d @ Speedsource

17. 266.2kw — Chevelle — S14a — Hamilton — Dyno’d @ Te Rapa Automotive Repairs

18. 262.3kw — GTRPWR — S14 — Kapiti Coast —Dyno’d @ Speedworks

19. 261.9kw — s14 — S14 — Dyno’d @ ST-hitec

20. 258.6kw — Picket — S13.4 — Taupo — Dyno’d @ ST Hitec

21. 257.8kw — Chefs14 — S14a — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ RE Sinclair]

22. 256kw — BigPhil — S15 — Auckland — Dyno’d @ ST-hitec

23. 255kw — Strung Out — 180sx — West Auckland — Dyno’d @ Speedsource

24. 238.7kw — Lowrider — 180sx — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

25. 232.1kw — matts14 — s14 — Whangarei — Dyno’d @ ST Hitec

26. 231kw — JDMtypex — 180sx — Auckland — Dyno’d @ ST Hitec

27. 218.9kw — p dub — S14a — Auckland — Dyno’d @ E & H Motors

28. 213kw —FEVAH — S14 — Paraparaumu — Dyno’d @………

29. 211kw — Driftit — 180sx — Auckland — Dyno’d @ STHitec

30. 210kw — smashed88 — S14 — Whangarei — Dyno’d @ Speedsource

31. 201.1kw — cantona1126 — 180sx — Auckland — Dyno’s @ ST Hitec

32. 181.1kw — Ron k — S14a — North Shore — Dyno’d @………

33. — Mr_sparkle — S14 — Dyno’d @………



1. 263.6kw — Buchanan — s15 (+t) — Auckland — Dyno’d @ Sunrise Auto Performance

2. 223.0kw — brads12 — S15 (+t) — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

3. 221.6kw — J3HV7S — S15 (+t) — Auckland — Dyno’d @ ST-hitec

4. 218.6kw — Abnrml — S14a (+t) — Auckland — Dyno’d @ ST-hitec

5. 218.3kw — edwagon — S14 (+t) — Auckland — Dyno’d @ Hi Velocity

6. 214.6kw — daffron — s15 (+t) — Auckland — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

7. 207kw — james–03 — s13 (+t) — Auckland — Dyno’d @ Sunrise Auto Performance

8. 203.7kw — dimaat — S14 (+t) — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

9. 187.9kw — NZ_Andy — S14 (+r) — Tauranga — Dyno’d @ Dynopower

10. 155Kw — forever_sideways — S14 (+r) — Auckland — Dyno’d @ Speedsource – Warkworth



1. 79kw — stevie-wunda — S13 — Wellington — Dyno’d @ Chequered Flag

2. 63.8kw — Nova — S13 — Auckland — Dyno’d @ STHitec



1. 272.40kw — Scythe — S13 — Dyno’d @ R E Sinclair

2. 258.9kw — S13 — Auckland / Hamilton — Dyno’d @ Tricky Tune

3. 238.5kw — RS13 — Auckland — Dyno’d @ Torque Performance Avondale

4. 214.3kw — Spanrz_s13[/url] — S13 — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

5. 213kw —ke2nv — RS13 — Dunedin — Dyno’d @ Torque Performance

6. 190.8kw — tortis — s13 — Auckland — Dyno’d @ Hi Velocity (By X-tune)

7. 187.9kw — ravnus — s13 — Auckland — Dyno’d @ Torque Performance Avondale

8. 181.8kw — Stretch — 180sx — Tauranga — Dyno’d @STHitec

9. 145kw — mrs.sldwys — rs13 — Kapiti — Dyno’d @ Chequered Flag


Silvia’s with ‘other’ engines

1. 550.4kw — GDZ1LA — S15 — (RB31DET) — Christchurch— Dyno’d @ NZ EFI

2. 408kw — GDZ1LA — S14 — (RB30DET) — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZ EFI

3. 351kw — Robert — RS13 — (RB26DET) — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

4. 348kw — GTR-Ben — S13 — (RB30DET) — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

5. 340kw — Sparx — S13 — (RB25DE+T) — Dunedin — Dyno’d @ A.P.E.T

6. 336.5kw — 4CD02 — S13 — (RB25DET) — Dyno’d @ E&H Motors

7. 311.6kw — S15Silvia — S15 —(RB26DETT) — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZEFI

8. 287.09kw — GDZ1LA — S13 — (RB26DETT) — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZ EFI

9. 256.5kw — .sLiDeSpEc. — S13 — (RB25DET) — North Shore — Dyno’d @ STHitec

10. 240.2kw — iSLIPT — S13 — (RB25DET) — Wellington — Dyno’d @ Shred Industries [/color]

11. 240kw — QIKS13 — S13 — (RB20DET) — Tauranga — Dyno’d @ Dynopower Tauranga

12. 233kw — XDUP13 — s13 — (1JZGTE) — Christchurch — NZEFI

12. 191.3kw — foreversideways — S13 — (RB25DET) — Christchurch — Dyno’d @ NZ EFI


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Postby iOnic » Mon Oct 22, 2007 12:20 pm

do they still have to retain the sr20/ca18 motor?
if not, most of them will be rb30 or 26 powered. few powerful ones i can think of –> simon dudding, sean falconer, wrath, dorift, zenki, blue twin turbo v8 s13 etc…
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Postby sscotty » Mon Oct 22, 2007 12:40 pm

If people are interested(??) ill set up a table of 1st 2nd 3rd for the sil’s with the standard engine still in and then one for one’s with other engines..
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Postby GTRPWR » Mon Oct 22, 2007 8:38 pm

Sounds good.
I reckon we need a topic for lap times, 1/4 mile ET’s etc as well.Something to think about anyway. :)

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Postby ARGHRR » Mon Oct 22, 2007 8:59 pm

dont forget the area 51 sileighty. or is that completly dead?
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Postby iOnic » Mon Oct 22, 2007 9:00 pm

it’s dead but due for resurrection soon. 340kw atw from memory.
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Postby Mattface » Mon Oct 22, 2007 9:15 pm

ARGHRR wrote:dont forget the area 51 sileighty. or is that completly dead?

ionic said that up the top..

i think hes putting a 30 block on it isnt he?

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Postby iOnic » Mon Oct 22, 2007 9:16 pm

nah he’s got a 26 block for it. just a matter of checking that the head is sweet and mating the two
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Postby $_VipY33_$ » Tue Oct 23, 2007 7:52 am

im going for over 350kw ATW with a ca18det
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Postby Cyclone21 » Tue Oct 23, 2007 8:19 am

Hey SLDWYS I think your car has to actually go ;) :lol:
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Postby $_VipY33_$ » Tue Oct 23, 2007 8:22 am

lol it will…. Just finally found some lightweight tomei solid lifters + tomei shims….. Engine can finally be re-assembled :)
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Postby 2hundy » Tue Oct 23, 2007 9:03 am

What a brilliant idea for a thread.
Im keen as to see who stakes the claim on NZs most powerful Sil.
Id say Dorift has to be up there, but then there are also some really powerful RBs in them around the place.
Come on guys post up your dynosheets please…Hey SScotty does having an SR in something else count as well (ie Rods Datto) or are we judging this solely on powerplants fitted in Silvias only?

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Postby drift18 » Tue Oct 23, 2007 9:12 am

SLDWYS wrote:lol it will…. Just finally found some lightweight tomei solid lifters + tomei shims….. Engine can finally be re-assembled :)

MEAN MEAN MEAN!!!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Great idea for a thread
an idea tho: What about a general one and a seperate one with snz members vehicles only…

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yeah i thought Silvias with Silva engines would be the best.
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Increasing productivity and maximizing space with pallet racking


With the recent economic condition, every single company is looking for way outs that will save them money and time. Their main goal is to improve their service and in the process of doing that, everyone needs an efficient and safe storage for their products. This might be essential for the growth of the company.

Distributors, manufacturers and retailers need to have storage that will be safe and the goods will be intact. If they can access their storage easily, they can save enough time and also it will increase the productivity and efficiency as well.

Benefits of pallet racking Auckland Systems: 

  • Manufacturer: can be real good to store finished or raw materials.
  • Warehouse: You can design the racks in such way that it can be suitable to store simple pallets or complex ones.
  • Retailers: suitable to keep the products and display them.
  • Record & archive: this kind of pallet racking Auckland system can help you get the most out of your space.

How can you choose the right pallet racking Systems?

  • Selective racks: this one is the most used and can be really good when used in the stores. It will allow you to use maximum of the space and loading and unloading can be really quick.
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Depending on the need, you will have to choose the pallet racking Auckland system. Once you have decided which one you need to choose, you can start thinking about the next step. You need to get some info about the tracks and also details on how you can fit them and how you can get them to work. This is very much important from the user perspective. Buying a particular rack for your store won’t help you out at all.

Rental property under threat due to meth: what to do?


Meth has been a problem for a long time now and for the last few years, the suburbs have become the home of the new Meth labs. Due to the safe and gentle environment, people are illegally producing meth in the rental properties. It is the time that you need to take care of your rented property faces the same fate as the others.

The After Effect of meth lab

Till date, there hasn’t been any kind of solid documentation about the effects of meth labs. But still, according to the experts, you need to take precautions and clean your property in the best way possible to make sure there is no further contamination what so ever. But before that, you might want to go for a meth testing first, to understand whether there was a meth lab or not.

Cleaning Up the Meth lab

As per the experts, there is no regulation to clean the meth lab as of yet. Although there are few guidelines and instructions that you can follow to make sure that there is no issue of meth left in your property:

Throughout the process of the cleaning, make sure that the air ventilation is proper for the house. This is a very important part of meth testing and cleaning.

Make sure to wear proper clothes while you are cleaning. Use long sleeves dresses, gloves and goggles to make sure you are well protected.

Any item you find which is not really necessary for you, dispose of it. Anything you find which is suspicious, ask the experts to take it for the meth testing and dispose of any other object related to it securely.

Clean every surface of the house, ceilings, walls, floors, counters very carefully. If you think you need to remove any of the surfaces completely to save yourself from contamination, do it immediately without thinking twice.

Make sure after you clean the surfaces of your house, paint them totally. This will also protect anyone from any kind of contamination that is left.

Clean all the ventilation system after you are done with the room. This is very much important to do so. Because of the fact that, the air is also polluted, after the room the clean, make sure you clean the vent out as well.

Also, clean the toilets, drains and other garbage storage areas. This will also help you take care from the contamination of the meth.

Some of the meth labs might need you to use soil or groundwater cleanup. For this, you might need experts help. Also, ask the experts if you need any kind of specific chemical to use while cleaning the house.


Cleaning a rented house is not a problem, but before you go through all these and clean all the house with the help of the experts, make sure to do a meth testing first and then you can go through all the hassles and hopefully you will not have to face any kind of problem due to the meth lab that might be there in your rented property.

Tips to start a successful water delivery service


It is estimated that almost half the world’s population have no access to clean drinking water which forces them to opt for bottled water. Since water is the most vital element of everyday, it is impossible to ignore this need. This itself is an assurance that water delivery Auckland is set to grow in the future. If you are thinking of starting a successful water delivery service, then you should make sure that you are well acquainted with all the pros and cons in this industry. you do not have to start with a treatment facility right away. If you are not willing to take many risks, then you can start small by simply managing the deliveries and gradually increase the business till you save up enough to start your own treatment facility. Given below are some of the things that should be considered before starting a water delivery Auckland service.

  1. Customer base

As with every business, it is important to know your customer base and whether the investments are going to give you are a good return. You may give deliveries for domestic use or commercial use. Since maximum profit comes from a bulk supply, i.e. to offices, restaurants, hotels, schools, malls and other such facilities, calculate the number of potential customers you could have and choose that particular spot which appears to be more promising.

  1. Consider your product

Here, the product implies to the water that you are going to deliver. To have a successful business, it is important that you build a sense of transparency and trust among your customers. In this case, your customers can only trust you if you can provide an assurance of safety and quality. If you are starting small, you will definitely not have the resources to undertake high-tech purification processes. Therefore, you may settle for fresh spring water taken directly from nature or vaporization and distillation. If you are not very entertained by this idea, you may simply provide the deliveries for an existing treatment facility.

  1. Business license

Being a part of water delivery Auckland, you have to maintain that your firm meets all the requirements as laid down by the federations. By obtaining a license, you will be able to build a sense of reliability and trustworthiness among your user base, which is very important for a business to grow.

  1. Registration under bottled water companies

Apart from having a normal license, it is also important that you have a registration under the bottled water companies association. This will give a sense of inclusion in the industry. You will also find it easier to grow once you have held a firm spot in the business.

  1. Delivery van

This is, in fact, the most important part of a startup. Having a delivery van will allow you to respond to your customers immediately and provide instant deliveries. Water delivery Auckland has maintained great customer service throughout its years of service, which should also be carried out by all the startups. This goes on to up the reputation of water delivery services as a whole.

Benefits of online home staging courses


With the increasing number of people who are taking upstaging as a career option or a business idea, the importance of home staging courses has increased significantly. Though it isn’t a hard and fast necessity, yet most wannabe home stagers prefer to take up a course on staging that would prepare them for the task ahead and at the same time be a feather in their bonnet.

When it comes to choosing a course, it has been often seen that most modern people prefer to enroll in an online course than registering themselves to traditional classes going on at an institute and there is no exception to this case as well. When it comes to home staging courses, online is what most people opt for and not for no reason. There are ample benefits that these online courses can offer to the learners.

Not geo-locked – You may live at a remote location or in a country that doesn’t have institutes that offer any course on home staging. Would that mean you cannot take up the course? Of course, not. With courses available online, anyone from any part of the world can learn what it takes to be a successful home stager. All that you would need is access to a computer and the internet and you can start learning.

Flexibility – You may be a student or a working person willing to learn the basics of home staging before you take it up as a full-time career option. In such cases, going to classes on a regular basis can be quite problematic. But when you learn online, there is no restriction on time. You can learn the available lessons any time of the day as per your preference. So, no need to hamper your present job or course.

Advanced technology – Technological advancement over the past years have ensured that learning online doesn’t mean reading boring texts online. In fact, modern online home staging courses include presentations, webinars, videos, audios as well as one-to-one interactions that only make the learning process more interesting, but also more effective and easy for the students.

Cost – Learning online can also save a lot of money that you would need to commute daily to your classes. Not only that, since a good portion of the study materials is available online, there is no need of printing them for each and every student that significantly reduces the course fees. Also, since there is no requirement of classroom setup, a lot of overheads are eliminated, thus reducing fees further.

Easy learning – Every student isn’t the same and online home staging courses allow them to learn according to their own pace. There is no need to hurry through the process just because other students have moved to the next level. This gives each student enough time to grasp the matter well enough to implement the same in an effective way. So, online courses ensure that your progress is slow but steady, exactly as you would need. You can keep on learning in a way that suits you the best.