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    Nissan Micra S
    2015
    Nissan
    Micra S
    Red
    Manual

    -Planned to turn this into a budget build.
    -Front strut bar $16
    -Custom air intake $40
    -Painted rims $20
    -Custom exhaust $330
    -So far I've finished all the small cheap stuff (besides exhaust), and now on the more expensive side of things. (Coilovers, Tune, ex.)
    -Hope you like the build so far.

    Modifications

    -Removed unwanted badge on rear of trunk.
    -Custom mandrel bent 2 1/4" Catback with Magnaflow straight through muffler.
    -And a scratch down to the primer from someone.

    -Stock interior.
    -Plan to remove rear seats and strip interior in a few years.

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    -Have a phone holder on top left vent for iphone.
    -wifi odb2 reader for check lights, and live system monitoring.

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    -Custom made front tower strut bar.
    -Custom made air intake.

    -Stock.
    -Plan for coilovers in the next few years.
    -Plan to make Custom rear strut brace as well.

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    -Stock steel rims painted white.

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    I like the white steelies. Rally Micra!

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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 2015 Micra S manual: 5.0 L/100 km ... 56.5 mpg (Imp) ... 20.0 km/L ... 47.0 mpg (US) ...


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    What did you have to buy to put that custom air intake together? !t looks great! Does it make a difference?

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    Well for the intake it took me a few different sized pipe to get the car to respond well, and run without the idle being lumpy. I settled with I believe a 2 to 3 inch abs adapter that is attached to a short piece of 2" abs, and a 90 degree 2" silicone elbow. And for the Maf sensor, I took the stock box and careful Dremel work to make the sensor house to adapt to a 2" silicone coupling. The mod seemed to open up a lot of the high end of the engine, in combination with the catback. 500 rpm to 3000 rpm seem to keep the same torque, but from 3000-6500 rpm the engine gets a second wind lol.

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    nice!



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