So you like BMW E30 Drift cars? Well you have not seen anything quite like this!
I seriously think this Viktor fella lives in his garage and never sleeps because his Bmw E30 2jz build is nuts!
I have never seen one person alone build something this crazy in one winter and actually finish it on time - hopefully!
I mean, this isn't just another of the shelf bodykit on an e30 with an rollcage. Welding those wide arches from the original bodywork and still keeping the same lines is crazy cool, Even though it wasn't enough for this guy.
MOAR WIDE! So a rocketbunny over fender kit ment for a S-chassi was ordered and modified to fit.
Just a few very long days and nights until the reveal at swedens biggest Performance & Custom Motor Show at ELMIA.
The SqObs No2 from seidoworks, measuring 18x8,5 et35 front.
And a tucked 18x10,5 et15 rear.
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Behind the huge breaks hides Yellowspeed coilovers, matching the gold heat shield.
The interior will be filled with high quality and sexy details. From the Takata tow strap as door closers down to the bolts.
Full on NUKE fuel system provided by BJPrace.
Fredrik Aspelin from FA-engineering makes sure all the electrics gets done on time!
Hidden under the custom manifold you'll find the Precision 62/66 helping the 2jz to reach the goal of 650whp.
Plus an extra shot of 75hp fungas!
The naughty stick provided by L-M-R.se just as most usefull things on the car.
Link g4+ extreme; The brain of this mindblower.
Keeping the volume down at the swedish tracks is a hard job! (and a sad thing). Viktor has solved this by to large mufflers hidden in front of the rear axle.
The 2jz doesn't really need more space under the hood than any of BMWs own straight sixes, but the radiator can still be found at the rear. Because racecar!
Take your daughter to garage day!
Why dubbel rear calipers? Because drift car!
Dat ass is soon ready to get down and dirty on track with those 265 tires.
It truly will be interesting to see the first tires blow up under those rear arches. Viktor is not afraid though, the car is built to be driven to the max!
Clean and rörigt at the same time!
Viktor would like to thank:
Fredrik Aspelin from FA-engineering