How to Get More Power Out of a Nissan Hardbody

How to Get More Power Out of a Nissan Hardbody

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All Go four Sho – 1994 Nissan Hardbody

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Nissan Pickup Total Overview

Owner: Jimmy Boykin

Hometown: Columbus, Georgia

Ride: ’94 Nissan Hardbody

Shop: AutoWerks

Club: Acrophobia

Wheels/Tires:

20×8.5-inch Hp Onyx wheels with 245/35ZR20 Nitto tires

Suspension:

Airbagged at AutoWerks using 2500-and 2600-pound Firestone airbags. Up front, Chassis Tech spindles were used, forth with Toxic shocks and DJM lower control arms. In one case the firewall was tubbed, the truck lays frame with up to a 20-inch wheel/tire combo. In the rear, a Chassis Engineering science ladder bar setup was used, forth with a diagonal Panhard-style link.

Chassis:

The truck’due south frame was made to allow a huge bicycle and tire to sit down within its confines past a notch congenital by Robert Smith and installed by Jimmy Boykin. In the bed, through a custom sheetmetal bed floor, the crossmember has been cut out of plate steel in the shape of tribal flames.

Engine/transmission:

Equipped with an ’85 1.1L Mazda RX-7 rotary engine and a ’91 Mazda RX-7 manual. The engine was painted using Harlequin pigment for evidence appeal. The truck’s exhaust is composed of 2-i/2-inch tubing that’s downsized to 2-inch, and uses a polished stainless steel Magnaflow Muffler. Columbus Custom Frazzle built the truck’due south exhaust arrangement, only Robert Smith made the truck’s custom exhaust tips.

Trunk Modifications:

’00 Nissan Frontier front with shaved everything, including the rooflines in the truck’southward cab. The only thing we can call back of that wasn’t shaved is the truck’south bodyline and fifty-fifty that was modified to make the Frontier front end end work with the Hardbody doors and bed of the truck. The rear of the Nissan has been outfitted with LED taillights and plough signals for a stealthy look.

Paint/Graphics

Painted at AutoWerks. Xl-v unlike hues of Firm of Kolors paint were used to paint the truck. In all, the truck’s wicked paint scheme took about 160 hours.
Special Thanks:

John Gamache from PTAP for helping with all accessories, wheels, tires, and airbag parts; William Boswell for his never-faltering talent and dedication to the shop; Robert Boxing for helping with the engine swap and helping to run the shop; Robert Smith for all his crazy fabricated parts; Mike Mock at the Parker Store who helped with all the stainless air lines and Parker Gilded valves; Ant Prater, who cleared the truck at 3 a.grand. Th before NOPI, even though he had to work the adjacent mean solar day at 7 a.m.; Robert Cunningham, who Jimmy tricked into wiring upward the truck with the Painless wiring harness; Steve Boykin (Jimmy’s father), who helped Jimmy purchase the truck because of the potential he saw in AutoWerks and in Jimmy; and Mack Folds, Tommy Miller, Justin Shepard, and Jimmy’s wife Shannon and daughter Alley for having to deal with never seeing Jimmy because he’s home late and upwardly early everyday.

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