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Submitted by: Eric M.       Ticketed: Comments: 18 (Read/Post)
Eric: Saw this car in Chicagoland area. Since the pictures were taken, he has added more hp by way of more yellow stickers and a giant aluminum wing.

Trooper: It's rare that I post an actual race car like this on the site but hey, when you have something with this many mods you just have to share it. I mean you've got everything from the SiR badge to the "R Racing" floor mats all the way to the light up valve stem caps. As if all that didn't induce enough fear in any would-be competitors this guy went ahead and got the steering wheel cover that real racers use, the seat belt cover thing which improves speed some how (engineers are still trying to figure that one out), bright red racing seat cover, and plenty of racing decals. Let's not forget those stylish, lightweight chrome hubcaps that not only scream "Fear me!" but impress plenty of girls to boot. With such an accessory heavy setup can you doubt the sheer speed this car can attain? It boggles the mind.. really, it does.

Make/Model: Nissan Stanza   Posted by: Trooper


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#1 6-28-2002 @ 11:51:25 PM
Posted By: 8ate8 Reply | Edit | Del
picture number four looks like he installed his radio himself, and instead of putting the wire through the firewall, he just fed it up through the door-jam :)

#2 6-29-2002 @ 01:58:12 AM
Posted By: pluto316 Reply | Edit | Del
Look at the door on the 4th pic.

Also, this HAS TO BE A JOKE, RIGHT?!?

#3 6-29-2002 @ 02:27:33 AM
Posted By: Moose Reply | Edit | Del
I want to meet trooper in a ricecop bbq, he appears to have a damn good sense of humor

#4 6-29-2002 @ 02:29:10 AM
Posted By: Moose Reply | Edit | Del
haha, that is terrible, I wired my cavy with 8 gauge hood-to-trunk and the firewall wasnt close to tough to get through, rubber boot and silicon seal -its smooth

#5 7-03-2002 @ 05:19:39 PM
Posted By: NerfHerder Reply | Edit | Del
guess what I learned, R is for Race Car.

#6 7-09-2002 @ 05:17:41 PM
Posted By: RadCcab Reply | Edit | Del
I personally love the 5 shades of blue, they go so nicely with the yellow floor mats, as an added bonus the speaker hole in the door is the icing on the cake (pic4)

#7 7-09-2002 @ 05:43:03 PM
Posted By: fordtacomaz Reply | Edit | Del
hey i was gonna buy some of those type R mats except i'd get em in red... and then take pictures of it...and put em up here just to piss you all off lol

#8 7-10-2002 @ 07:19:23 PM
Posted By: NerfHerder Reply | Edit | Del
I don't understand the point of shoulder pads. It seems asthough every car I see now has them I mean am I the only one whoes shoulder doesn't get sore from the seat belt strap?

#9 7-10-2002 @ 11:00:26 PM
Posted By: Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
It's to reduce the impact, potential for injuries and ensuing soreness after a wreck. Considering the way these ricers drive, they're a sound investment.

#10 7-11-2002 @ 01:32:45 AM
Posted By: CRXtrackguy Reply | Edit | Del
bah. just get 5- points and distribute the force over BOTH shoulders. Hurts a lot less.

#11 7-11-2002 @ 11:15:07 AM
Posted By: Skid Reply | Edit | Del
I wouldn't want to have to struggle with a 5 point harness every time I got in my car. Of course, I'm not a ricer. Ricers wouldn't care about the pros and cons of a 5 point, just that they look "m@D tYt3".

#12 7-11-2002 @ 02:44:41 PM
Posted By: CRXtrackguy Reply | Edit | Del
If they're the cams-lock style, they're not hard to get into at all. just takes a few extra seconds.

#13 7-11-2002 @ 08:06:19 PM
Posted By: Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
"Cams-lock?" Is this the same as inertia-reel? 'Cause that's what I wanna get for my Mustang.

#14 7-11-2002 @ 08:06:59 PM
Posted By: Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
BTW, it looks ridiculous to only have a racing seat on the drivers' side. Either get matching seats or shitcan the pass-side seat altogether.

#15 7-11-2002 @ 10:20:16 PM
Posted By: Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
What is this riceboy fascination with racing seats anyway? Even the legendary cars of the late 60's early 70's had plain ol' bucket seats in em' some even had BENCH seats up front, what's the purpose in somthing with a lot less go than they had?

#16 7-11-2002 @ 11:02:51 PM
Posted By: arandall Reply | Edit | Del
That's not even a racing seat, it's just a red spandex like seat cover. If you look at it real racing seats, like Ricarro's are much smaller, and the contours of the seat are the same as the passenger seat.

#17 7-11-2002 @ 11:56:21 PM
Posted By: Internal Affairs Reply | Edit | Del
Real racing seats actually serve a purpose. Sure, most of these riceboys on the streets don't use their cars in a way for them to serve that purpose, but they do actually have a purpose. Bucket seats just dont cut it today if your really out racing your car.......and not in just a straight line.

#18 11-12-2004 @ 01:35:19 PM
Posted By: hooligan Reply | Edit | Del
Performance by the Pep Boys "Accessories" section.
Those mouse belts just scream "speed" too.

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