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89 240SX Built SR20 423whp Highly Modified Must See!!!

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For sale is a 1989 Nissan 240SX. I bought the vehicle bone stock in 2003 and built it to completion in 2007. I then sold the vehicle to a guy in VA, who recently contacted me expressing interest in selling it again. I did not have the money to do so, but got a friend interested who bought it cheap to resell. The car has not been changed at all since I sold it in 2007 other than some maintenance/tuning/misc repairs. I know that vehicle history is very important to some people, so if this is confusing at all please feel free to let me know.

Ok, so here is the information on this gem of a 240.

Drivetrain details:
Red Top SR20DET
Eagle H-Beam rods
CP Pistons - stock compression
New OEM oil pump
All new timing components/gaskets/etc.
Nismo 720cc injectors
ARP head studs
HKS 1.2mm head gasket
Greddy T67 25G turbo - polished
Tial 44mm wastegate - routed back into exhaust
Custom downpipe
Accufab throttle body
Greddy intake manifold - polished w/ Switzer badge installed
Greddy valve springs
HKS 272/272 step 2 cams
AEM EMS computer
AEM wideband O2 sensor
AEM 3 bar map sensor
Blitz single plate active clutch & flywheel
Greddy Type S bov
Greddy PE-II exhaust test pipe
B&M short shifter kit
Enjuku aluminum driveshaft
Greddy oil catch can
Greddy oil cap and radiator cap
Hallman MBC
Koyo radiator
Flex-A-Lite dual electric fans
Walbro fuel pump
Z32 fuel filter
Snow Performance boost cooler with custom plumbing and custom fuel cell - kit is all plumbed but is not hooked up electronically and has never been used
Painless Performance wiring harness with fuse box under glove box
- professionally installed by Hybridynamics
Taylor aluminum battery box installed in rear hatch area

Suspension Details
D2 coilovers
TTT subframe spacers
Z32 front brake kit
upgraded rear pads and rotors
braided stainless brake lines
5Zigen FN01RC wheels
-17x9 front - 4 lug w/ wheel spacers
-18x9.5 rear - 5 lug hubs also installed on rear
Pirelli P-Zero tires installed. rears are worn and ready for replacement.

Custom paint that really looks amazing! no 10 footer here!!!
Dupont Chromabase paint - I can get the paint code. its a Chrysler color
S13 Silvia front end conversion
O.E. Tuning carbon fiber hood
Non projector headlights (bricks)
AIT body kit (bumpers, front fenders and skirts)
Raybrig headlight bulbs
Hella horns
rear quarters pulled approx 1" (flawless body work)
shaved 3rd brake light
shaved body line
extensive shaving and smoothing of engine bay and hatch area
Moroso hood pins

Auto Meter gauges (in pillar pod and deleted heater vent)
-never got around to hooking up gauges in center piece
Autopower 4pt. roll bar
JDM 180SX Type X seats with 180SX gradation pattern
Willans 3pt. harnesses
ACC black carpet kit
Nismo GT shift knob
Nardi Competition 350mm steering wheel
headliner, visors professionally dyed black

The car has had some very skilled professional shops involved in the build.

The motor was built and assembled through IPS Motorsports.
IPS Motorsports

Switzer Performance did a good deal of fabrication work, such as down pipe, intercooler piping, throttle body/intake manifold, and boost cooler kit.
SWITZER | Performance. Innovation.

Hybridynamics installed the Painless wiring harness and set up a decent tune on the AEM EMS
Hybridynamics - Home

Slow Motion just recently did a much more extensive dyno tune on the EMS yielding 423rhwp/325tq at 18psi on pump gas.
Welcome to Slowmotion Motorsports

The car is located in Canal Fulton, OH. You could probably find my old for sale post here from a few years back, and you can see that the condition has not changed. The front bumper had gotten chipped up, but has recently been fixed and repainted. The car has no AC or PS. This is a beautiful car from head to toe. One scratch on the rear bumper near the license plate as seen in the pic. Also small chip in finish on rear wheel as seen in picture. The hood fitment looks worse in this picture than it actually is. Just not as perfect as I would like. Front coilovers could be turned down a bit more for a better look, but made trailering it a little easier. Please let me know if you have any questions. Either myself or the current owner will provide any additional details as needed.

$11,500 or best offer.

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Shits clean, and beast. GLWS.

very jealous right here
bump. price is at $11,000.

anyone out there interested?
respectable ride. loving the engine bay and super clean hatch area. i have been looking everywhere for those seats!
bump for a nice, but if im gonna drop that kind of money I want power steering.

edit: i take that back. If i had the money I would buy it in a heartbeat. Nice work on the int/engine bay shaving.
bump. considering all offers!!!

would you take 9,500 cash if you still have the car?
I would kill for that car. LITERALLY! Kill for that car.:chainsaw
No matter how clean you make a 240, one of the four bolts on the fuel pump assembly cover will be broken.

Sick car man. Nicely done. GLWS!
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