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Location: NY
Item Price: 4250
Vehicle Year: 1995
Vehicle Make: Infiniti
Item Condition: Used
Vehicle Model: p10 g20
Vehicle Location: Norwich NY
Vehicle Condition: Running
Shipping Options: Local pick-up
Acceptable Means of Payment: Cash
My Name: Randy
Contact Information: PM
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The time has come to pass along the p10 to someone who can appreciate her more than I have the time to right now. The car is really a great driver’s car (honestly, aside from all-out power it is more fun on the street than my b13!) and I’d love to keep it but I need to consolidate a bit and I just have too much history with the b13 to ever part with it.

If you’ve followed my build thread or been to the shop in CT, Ohio convention etc, you know the deal with the car. Many will vouch for this p10.



The Goods:

1995 (no obdII inspection worries)

Drivetrain:
Clean, boost-ready VE already installed (VET metal headgasket, ARP headstuds, BC Valve springs, head cleaned and resurfaced, tapped for oil return)
Fidanza OBD2 flywheel
Clutchmasters FX500 clutch (crazy strong with very light pedal effort)
Freshly rebuilt b13/14 LSD tranny (shorter gearing than p10 ftw)
2.5” SSAC
Resonated 2.5” test pipe
2.5” TruBendz cataback w/magnaflow 18” resonator and Borla muffler
E60 Maf, regrounded
AEM Dryflow filter
B15 Dizzy (no VVL solenoid interference)
NisTune type4
AEM Fuel Pump
Nismo FPR
Nismo Thermostat
Mishimoto Aluminum Radiator w/pusher fan (properly wired)
Trunk mounted Optima redtop
Full AC delete

Chassis/Suspension/Brakes:
AGXs
Springs that I believe to be Intrax
Many fresh rubber and poly bushings all over the place
New wheel bearings
New ball joints (moog)
New tie rod ends (moog)
New Sway links (moog)
Proper ABS Delete, with U13 Master Cylinder
P11/U13 11” Front Brakes w/ebc green pads
Crown Stainless braided brake hoses
Modified Poly rear motor mount


Interior:
No sunroof… win
P10t power leather front buckets
P10t split folding rear
CLEAN black carpet and floormats
Momo Steering Wheel (maintained working cruise control and horn)
Momo Shift knob
Altima SER Pedals and 350z dead pedal
No name, but excellent feeling, short throw shifter
VDO gauges (oil temp and pressure and water temp) mounted in 42Draft designs plate
JVC HD Radio headunit with dual aux in
Pioneer and alpine speakers
Epic plaid headliner



Exterior:
99.4% Rust Free
Debadged
Primera Grille
Amber corners
U13 SE 15” wheels in gunmetal (same as Autech)
Will include P11 meshies if they haven’t sold individually before car is sold

The Bad:
Car is 18 years old so the paint is not perfect (could definitely use a compound)
There are a few dings and scratches but nothing serious
Small rust bubble on rear fender in typical P10 location (not through)
Occasionally suffers from the common P10 ailment referred to as “crazy tach”
Will need to be dyno tuned, after the turbo was removed I just cleaned up the afr’s in the street to make it safe to drive NA, there is some power left on the table.



I’m sure there are a few things I am forgetting here and there but feel free to PM for more details and I will add things as I remember them. This really is a great car, I have had a ton of fun with it. A few tweaks here and there and this would make a great HPDE ride, weekend toy, even DD. The p10 chassis is the cream of the fwd sr20 crop.

The buyer will also get first access to tons of spare p10 parts that I have laying around.

Lots more pics in my build thread



also... I could be persuaded to include all of my accumulated parts for the VQ swap for the right price, almost everything you need
 

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nevermind, I found the build thread. Your build is inspiring me to do my own, so much great work you did to this thing, and you documenting it so well makes me believe that I could do all these things as well.

Amazing little p10, my friend, I hope she goes to someone who will love and care for her as much as you do
 
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