One of, if not the best looking wide body kit for the Zenki 240SX. The Vertex Ridge kit looks great, even in green!
Here's some great install photos from: Tailored
Before you alter a part in any way make sure to dry fit it to the car like so. This way you can make sure it's for the correct car. You don't want to paint a wing for the wrong car that won't fit. Obviously, most companies will not allow return on modified parts that are already painted.
As with anything fiberglass, you must prep the part and make all the surfaces smooth.
To do this you can use fiberglass and body filler.
Fitment looks good
Add body filler, sand, repeat
The roof spoiler is looking good
Paint in a booth
Install double sided 3M automotive trim tape, the more tape the better.
Use rubbing alcohol to clean all contact points of the surface of the window and wing and let dry.
Line up the wing and apply pressure, it helps to have a friend hold the other side and to have another one view the wing from the rear to let you know if it looks crooked before you affix it to the window.
Using a heatgun from the underside will help the 3M double sided tape stick.
The wing is made by 9K Racing
8 Piece wide body kit, in-stock at the time of this posting.
Kit consists of:
1x Wide Body Front bumper
2x Wide Body Front Fenders
2x Wide Body Side Skirts
2x Wide Body Rear Fenders
1x Wide Body Rear Bumper
We've seen the S13.4 conversion (which we happen to sell the fenders for btw) but what about an S14.3? Here's what it would look like if you were curious:
Here's something you don't see everyday. Most S14's will go the kouki route and swap to the 97-98 kouki front end. Some will go with the S15 conversion, but some people take a completely different approach and go with the R33! Here's a one-of-a-kind conversion that you don't see that often. It's a one-off so we don't sell this, I'm not sure what's involved besides a R33 GTS front and a lot of body work.
Here's the carbon fiber JS style hood by ViS for the 240SX 97-98. You can clearly see the discreet scoop in these pictures. If you're looking for a cleaner style scoop you might want to go with the JS style VIS Racing Carbon Fiber Hood.
Here's the Jspec S14 for sale.
Jspec is selling their S14.
Only $6,000 for a tastefully done S14: http://www.jspec.com/95grey240sx.html
"In the process of building it up for Time Attack (hence this styled aero), but other priorities are forcing this sale. Buying a house soon and just won't have time to work on it anymore."
The buyer of this car will get massive discounts on any part(s) listed on Jspec.com.
1995 S14 Base model - Clean title/no accidents.
147k on chassis
Less than 115k on motor/drivetrain
Brand new ACT clutch
Brand new battery
Upgraded dual diaphragm brake booster
300zx fuel filter
S13 SE Wheels with practically new tires
JDM Silvia steering wheel
6-point Roll Cage with door bars ( $1,500 alone )
Gutted interior minus dash/console and seat.
S14 Kouki Front end conversion ( $1,000 + alone )
Brand new Lexus Break Water Blue Metallic paint job. ( $1,600 + alone at cost )
AIT 30mm Wide Body Front Fenders
AIT 30mm Wide Body Rear Overfenders
Jspec Fiberglass vented hood
Final Konnection Style Front bumper
Charge Speed Style Sideskirts
C-West Style Rear bumper
Car runs great. Aero fits great. No dings/dents whatsoever.
Absolutely no rust.
Clutch grabs great (stiff pedal due to ACT clutch). Engine is sound. Does not leak or burn any oil.
Exterior is pretty much perfect. Including a stock replacement rear bumper as well already paint matched.
Interior is pretty much gutted besides the dash, center console, and trimmed door panels (to clear the cage). Power windows work perfectly fine. This was meant to be a track car. So, AC/Heater were removed.
Suspension is all stock.
Price - $6000
If my asking price is met, I will also include a set of JDM S14 Kouki taillights with the purchase along with an extra set of Zenki S14 taillights.
Do the math.
$2500-3500 for a decent Zenki S14.
$1600 for paint.
$1500 for the cage.
$1000 for the front end alone.
$1200+ for the full aero + widebody.
...not to mention the time spent actually putting the car together.
You would spend over $8,800+.
Shipping is available.
Local delivery is also available. Prior arrangements must be made.
Ever wonder what a 240SX would look like with an R32 front end? Check out this S13 convertible with an R32 front end. This conversion uses the CFH vented fenders made specifically for the conversion. It was designed using an R32 GTS front bumper but most R32 should fit. This isn't an easy conversion, custom brackets are needed to hold the headlights as well as an extension to bring the hood latch forward. Since the R32 is longer than an S13 the conversion frees up a lot of room in front of the core support.
While you're at it, be sure to visit STANCE NATION, one my favorite blogs for hours of Japanese sports car and VIP eyecandy enjoyment! Be sure to give them some traffic, all the pics are courtesy of Stance Nation, check our their site for more tasteful Japanese rides!