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    September 2008 Ride of the Month

    Congratulations Damon Brock, aka Nissankat to those here at FreshAlloy. Damon picked up his 1997 Nissan 240sx just before his 16th birthday and immediately began modding it. Its gone from a enthusiatic daily driver to a capable, street legal, track car as of late. Damon says you can find him on the track, autocrossing whenever he has the time. His 240 was chosen to represent FreshAlloy as the September 2008 Ride of the Month.








    Engine/transmission:
    Greddy Full Titanium exhaust
    B&M short shifter
    Magnacore wires
    300zx fuel filter
    Infinity j30 LSD
    Flex-a-Lite dual electric fans w/ adjustable thermostat
    Nismo oil cap
    Nismo radiator cap
    Fidanza flywheel
    RPS clutch
    ARC cooling panel
    Blitz resevoir covers
    Jegs battery relocation kit
    Nismo motor & tranny mounts
    bunged oil pan for turbo oil drain line
    ceramic coated Ground Zero exhaust manifold
    Tial 44mm wastegate
    Aem wideband
    Aem Serial gauge
    Aem Oil Press gauge
    diy Oil feed line
    An drain line
    Apexi turbo timer
    Greddy FMIC
    AMS GT-32
    AMS fuel rail 65lb top feed injectors
    Denso Supra fuel pump
    100psi fuel gauge
    Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
    braided stainless steel fuel lines
    ARC blow off valve
    AEM EMS AEM
    3.5 bar map sensor
    GM AIT GM Boost solenoid
    Setrab Oil cooler with stainless lines
    Driveshaft shop Aluminum Driveshaft
    Koyo Radiator



    Interior:
    leather shift boot
    B&M shift knob
    Razo pedals
    brushed aluminum dash kit
    Drift Knob
    Alpine head unit
    Pioneer speakers
    Recaro Spg and Bride sear rails







    Suspension/Stopping:
    Spl tension rods
    KTS coilovers
    Cusco os front and rear strut tower braces
    Battle Version adjustable upper control arms
    SPL toe rods
    Energy bushings all around
    SPL solid sub frame bushings
    Powder coated subframe
    S/T sway bars

    SPL stainless steel braded brake lines
    Power slot rotors
    Hawk pads
    300zx tt Powder Coated Calipers Front and rear
    Working 300zx e-brake





    Wheels/Tires:

    17x9+15 5 Zigen Fn01r-c with 245/40 Re01-r's
    Work XD9's 17x9.5+7 and 18x10+18 235/40 and 245/40 Falken st115's
    Project Kics R40 Neo Chrome lug nuts.



    Exterior:

    JDM grill
    JDM front bumber
    JDM rear bumper
    JDM side skirts
    Silvia valances
    D speed clear winkers





    Thanks to all who entered the competition. Tough competition is what the ROTM is all about, and every month even stiffer competition steps up to the plate. Think you've got a ride worthy of enough for next month's competition? Submit your ride to
    freshalloy_rotm@yahoo.com

    Additionally, keep in mind our friends at Nissan Sport Magazine will be watching the ROTM threads for prospective vehicles to feature in their magazine!







    09 M35S - Liquid Platinum


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    Clean! I like it
    350z Track 259 WHP 240 TRQ
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    HaWt.

    That's right, with a capital W.

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    Thanks for your comments and thank you to fresh alloy for choosing my car.

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    man that is a extremely clean engine bay.

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    Clean Solid Car!

    Non ostentatious in the Freshalloy spirit!
    "In the end we all just play the roles given us... Sometimes they dont fit so well,... but I guess we make do."

    Dont forget MultiMedia forums!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmerwmd View Post
    Clean Solid Car!

    Non ostentatious in the Freshalloy spirit!
    You mean full on ricers with rear wings higher than the roof and neon underglow kits and roof scoops and 2 sets of foglights and aero-spaceship bodykits are not going to be considered for ROTM?

    BTW, very nicely put together car. I would only add a HUGE spoiler if it were mine.

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    ^ all entries are considered. With the small number of entries received monthly... I wouldn't count anyone out!
    09 M35S - Liquid Platinum


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    Quote Originally Posted by 07G35S View Post
    ^ all entries are considered. With the small number of entries received monthly... I wouldn't count anyone out!
    That's it, I'm entering my rusting 1990 300ZX for consideration. :D

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    very nice, I love the cleaniness and well put together part combos...I especially like the KA
    04 G35 Coupe 6MT l Cobb Tuning Springs and Sways - Tokico D-Spec Struts - Eibach/SPC Rear Camber/Toe Kit - Circuit Sports FSTB - Nismo Diff Cover - Forgestar F14 19x10+20 and 19x11+33 - Hankook Ventus V12 EVO 255/35/19 and 295/30/19 - Seibon CF front lip

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    wow, that is a super clean ride! nice job on it

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    man, that's a very clean car.
    I think I saw picture of him in SCCA Buccaneer JAX Region photo gallery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunluvS14 View Post
    man, that's a very clean car.
    I think I saw picture of him in SCCA Buccaneer JAX Region photo gallery.
    Yea that was me. Do you come out to any of the Buccaneer events?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 07G35S View Post
    ^ all entries are considered. With the small number of entries received monthly... I wouldn't count anyone out!
    How about my totally stock 2007 Civic Si Sedan?

    Congrats on FA ROTM....that is one clean and hot 240!
    "I see them scurry while they're helping dig your grave
    People are so quick to wave your weakness in your face
    I'm here to tell you keep one step back from one day at a time
    There's only so much above your head that you're suppose to carry"
    --Mia Zapata--


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nissankat View Post
    Yea that was me. Do you come out to any of the Buccaneer events?
    I'm a regular @ Coastal Empire, that's under Buccaneer region right

    I guess I'll see you on Oct. 19th @ Roebling Rd. then. A lot of folks from JAX are coming up to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idrive View Post
    very nice, I love the cleaniness and well put together part combos...I especially like the KA
    At first glance I liked it, when I saw the KA in the bay I loved it. Good job.

    Nice to see a fellow Floridian representing with a clean KA-T Kouki
    98 SE 5spd 240sx KA24DE-T (Original Owner)
    Founder/Owner of SFL240SX.com

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    Thank you for the kind words guys.

    Gunluv- I will most likely be at the roebling event so I will see you there.

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    Any dyno #'s?

    Also, what made you go with the blue for the engine accent? Or was it to match the Cusco STB?

    Ever have any issues with the Ground Zero manifold? I have been using it for a little over a year but didn't ceramic coat it, just swain coated my turbine housing.
    98 SE 5spd 240sx KA24DE-T (Original Owner)
    Founder/Owner of SFL240SX.com

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    I did 345 wheel on the my last dyno run. Here is the graph sorry it is so light.



    I don’t know why the blue. It has always been my favorite color though I have been told it is ricey .

    I like the Ground Zero mani. I picked up about 500rpm of spool when switching from the old boost designs mani. I cut the 38mm waste gate flange off the GZ manifold and ran a larger pipe and a 44mm waste gate flange and with this setup I see no creep whatsoever. With the 38mm waste gate I saw a few psi of boost creep.

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    Very nice! I love the color.

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