There is “clean” and there is “rough”. Pretty obvious what Jared’s 240SX would be listed under. Yup, rough & raw all the way! It seems like it’s the complete opposite of our last feature. It all started about two and a half years ago when Jared picked up a shell of this ’89 240SX. During the build he ran into many obstacles. Fact that it was an ’89, he had to be careful when dissembling everything. One of the first issues he ran upon was when his friend Raymond accidentally snapped the bolt holding the rear subframe. The only way to fix that was to remove the broken bolt and weld on an equivalent sized, but they got it done. And so the issues began, but before we get into that let’s take a look at some photos that our Arizona based photographer Dax Rodriguez captured!

strong>Photos By: Dax Rodriguez exclusively for StanceNation.com

We are loving the color combo on this thing especially down in the bay. It all started at a local drift event when the wiring harness decided it didnt want to live anymore and caught fire inside the wheel well which eventually led to a complete wire tuck. The hardest part of the tuck was that having pop-up headlights and insisting on keeping AC as this is Jared’s daily driver out in Arizona. With the help of his friend Vitaly the wire tuck happened and soon after Jared decided to do a complete tear down and rebuild of the engine bay. He went with a candy purple color for the bay and a thought of adding in some bars and gussets would add some style. While the motor was out he figured he could use a little more power so he decided it was time to go top mount! While he was at it he also got rid of the mid-mount intercooler due to heat soaking instead he went with the stock SR fan shroud with a RB25 clutch fan.

Since most of you are here for “stance & fitment” why don’t we take a closer look at that. While Jared is waiting on his new set of wheels to arrive from Japan, he is currently rocking a set of Gram Lights 57D in hot pink! They are 18×9.5 with 12 offset all around with 20mm spacers up front and 25mm spacers in the rear. for the suspension, Jared turned to PBM pro coilovers & PBM solid subframe risers along with CZP suspension arms and a fully seam welded chassis. He finally finished everything with Z32 brake calipers (front & rear) along with Z32 rotors & SG break/clutch lines. You can enjoy more awesome photos by clicking the Read More button under the photo below.

Interior features a Bride Gias low max with Bride seat rail & NRG quick release wheel/hub. It’s also rocking a Cusco 8pt bolt in cage (painted candy purple) with Greddy boost controller, Greddy 60mm gauges (oil press, oil/water temp.), DEFI red racer boost gauge, HKS turbo timer and an Ice cold AC which Jared seems to be really proud of, though we would be too if this was our daily driver in a 100+ degree summer heat!

Finally the exterior. That banged up and zip tied front bumper may not tickle your fancy much but it means everything to those who live their life sideways. The entire BN Type 2 Kit looks absolutely awesome to us! Jared is rocking the 40mm Origin fenders up front and 50mm Origin fenders in the rear along with the sexy Kouki tail lights. The days that Jared does have a hood on, he runs a vented one by D-Max which we love very much!

With that said, we would like to give a huge shout out to Dax and Jared for making this feature happen. Jared also wanted to give a huge shout out to his Team Top Flight friends for giving him a helping hand. Also, a huge thanks to COZ at ConceptzPerformance for many parts in this build. Last but not least, Pit Stop Performance as well. Feel free to shoot us an email at snfeatures@gmail.com if you think you’ve got a ride that deserves a feature!


Engine:
-sr20det
-Tomei 256 in/ex cams
-Tomei 1.2mm Head gasket
-Tomei ol pan
-Tomei valve springs/retainers
-Tomei FPR/gauge
-Nismo 555cc injectors
-Apexi super filter
-Blitz FMIC
-Tial 50mm BOV
-Boost Junkyz Twin Scroll dual WG mainfold
-Tial 38mm wastegates (2)
-Isis intake manifold
-AN lines/fitting everything
-Koyo Radiator
-Nismo power brace
-Nismo thermostat/motor/trans. mounts
-GTX3071r Twin Scroll Turbo .82ar
-Future Fab IC piping
-Future Fab custom downpipe/exhaust
-Future Fab catch can
-s13.4 valve cover w/-10 weld on fittings
-s13 fan shroud
-RB25 clutch fan

Drivetrain:
-Spec stage 3 clutch
-welded diff

Stiffy:
-PBM pro coilovers
-PBM solid subframe risers
-CZP suspension arms
-fully seam welded chassis

Stoppers:
-z32 calipers (f/r)
-z32 rotors
-SG break/clutch lines

Rollers:
-Gram Lights 57d hot pink
-18×9.5+12 all around
-20mm spacers(f)
-25mm spacers(r)

Exterior:
-40mm Origin fenders(f)
-50mm Origin fenders(r)
-BN type 2 kit
-D-Max vented hood
-Kouki taillights

Interior:
-Bride Gias low max
-Bride seat rail
-NRG quick release wheel/hub
-Cusco 8pt bolt in cage (painted candy purple)
-Greddy boost controller
-Greddy 60mm gauges (oil press, oil/water temp.)
-DEFI red racer boost gauge
-HKS turbo timer

27 Responses

    • noob

      not true… this have very shit bodykit (see the room between kit and car frame everywhre) and color is poor. most of stance nissans are better.. this is drift car, and im kyoochi, the drifter so i like it much… have a nice day

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      • Cooper

        Notice how I said “some Silvias/180SXs here” meaning where I’m from. I see plenty of S13s looking way worse than this…

    • Nicholas

      if you have read the article, it states that the days he does drive with his hood on, its a vented one by D-max. read the article man

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  1. Ted

    Its the same 240 that every other stance/drifter has, just a different color with different colored wheels. Its a nice looking car, but nothing new or innovative here.

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  2. Brian

    I love stancenation. It’s such a great site and this feature is no different. Top notch stuff. This car is so money.

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  3. Agnu

    I’m not too fond of the flurowheel trend you guys are doing over in the U S of A, but fuck me this is a beautiful 180.

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  4. Dalton

    Couple of things: Jarod doesn’t drift. He’s a proud hardparker! Engine bay fab work done by Future Fabrication, paintwork by Elevens’ Paint&Fiber. Front fenders smoothed, (they were wavy out of the mold) colormatched, and wetsanded/buffed by Elevens’ as well. I like this car I am not trying to put it down or put anyone “on blast” I just thought these minor details were overlooked. Peace

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  5. Deuces

    Thanks to Dax/Elvis/Stance Nation for everything. to answer a couple questions,
    my tires are 215/25/18(f) 225/35/18(r)
    Ive got a hood, its a d-max that ive got to get the mounts installed
    the exhaust is regular 3″ to a-spec blast pipes
    some interior/engine bay shots should be coming soon. I’ll try to get the ones where the paint looks acceptable

    I drive this car everywhere it will take me. I just finished the re-build and havent gotten a proper tune. so for the previous comment of “Jarod doesn’t drift. He’s a proud hardparker!” is false. I currently “hard park” because i’m not comfortable with the current tune. Drifting isnt my life. minor details were not included, well…cuz there minor.

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  6. Brandon

    Oooooo shut down by the owner himself. Lol love the car man, but I would love to see more interior pics as well. Also, what management are you running?

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