Works 9 PS13


The PS13 is that kind of car that I will choose if someone from Nissan come to me and ask: Which car will you take to production again?
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This car, is one of the first Nissan Silvias imported into Quebec. It’s a Nissan Silvia S13 1989. The owner now had it for 5 years. It’s been his summer car and drift car. Normally, drift cars are all destroyed and have the “drifting style” with zip-ties and destroyed corner panels and are most of the time in a garage because theirs something wrong with it.

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Do you know who is this guy?


Don’t you? Thanks to him we have some of these cars today.






These cars are powered by 326power

But, how is 326power? And how he started?

326 was made by Haruguchi Mitsuru, a D1 Grand Prix driver, he drived his yellow FC3S with a BN-Sports bodykit. It was an awesome car for the timr, here are some pics to remember it.




You sure rememer his car while watched old D1GP videos, D1 wasn’t that elitist and professional as it is right now. 326 started like a team, awesome drift/luxury-ish cars, mostly Nissan, but also they used other cars.

They also appeared in Drift Tengoku!

Now is much more than a guy and his team. It’s a style of tuning!

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To be honest, MASALOOK?! car deserve to be here

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And what about the sedans and european cars powered by 326?

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To know more about them…

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-Aaron from Rangerstyle just bought a car.


Yesss!!! Fortunately yes!! Our friend from Rangerstyle bought his 1st car. Aaron and me have been spend years talking, he was my leader of the pixel car team, and now we can be considered friends, he is an awesome guy.

So lets talk about the car, and not about me and Aaron.

The car he bought is a mint condition Nissan Silvia (PS13), red colour, no two-tone, ’92 model, less than 200,000km, SR20DET automatic (soon to be manual),  factory fitted with everything (full working air conditioning) and full nismo aero.

At this moment there are coilovers and new rims waiting to be installed.

Here are some pics.

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That is what we got now. Excited for the changes soon!



Growing the Grid

Nissan Looks Back at Developing Highways, Fueling Stations and Similarities to Today

Charlie Yaeger is 97 years old. He has been driving for more than 80 years. He has driven everything from a Ford Model T to Nissan Maxima to a 1916 Baker Electric.

He is a testament to how history repeats itself. And how all change takes time. Charlie remembers when roads were hard to come by and gas stations even more sparse.

“You had to pretty well memorize where the gas stations were and where you could get off the road and have a chance of getting back on after you repaired a tire,” said Yaeger.

It took decades before U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower made it a priority to finish building infrastructure before World War II. Fast forward about 60 years to the present. Here is where history happens again.

Nissan has sold more than 50-thousand pure-electric LEAFs. The sales signal a growing need for more EV charging infrastructure. This evolution has fewer hardships though. Instead of memorizing gas station locations like Yaeger did, Nissan LEAF drivers can use an app on a smart phone to find the nearest charger. And instead getting slowed down struggling to change torn tires like Charlie did, LEAF drivers in some states get a fast-pass to drive in the HOV lane.

“Change always takes time. Change also requires the right convergence of things,” said MIT Professor Alex Pentland, director, Human Dynamics Lab.

Electric cars are almost a century old to Yaeger; but, he says this latest electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF, takes driving electric to a new level. “It will be another infrastructure evolution,” said Yaeger.

This is the first in a series of video reports under the heading of “Growing the Grid.” It examines what is happening today with the U.S. plug-in charging infrastructure that will lead to mass market acceptance of EV technology.