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    Panda March
    2015
    Nissan
    March Nismo S
    White Powder
    5-speed Manual
     
    Modifications

    OEM "MARCH" emblem re-badge

    Nismo S dedicated emblem

    BPS Lighting G7 lumileds ZE S LED headlight bulbs
    Hi/Lo Beam w/ DRL

    - March OEM Headlamps
    - Nismo S Exclusive front grille
    - Nismo Special front bumper
    - Nismo Special side sill protector
    - Nismo Exclusive rear bumper W/ rear fog lamp
    - Nismo Special roof spoiler
    - Nismo Dedicated fender molding (front & rear)

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    Vertex machined delrin knob

    - Nismo black Alcantara®-wrapped steering wheel w/ red stitching & red center-mark at 12 o’clock.
    - Nismo radio dash
    March OEM low profile rear headrests

    Kakimoto GTBox 06&S 2" stainless steel cat-back exhaust with titanium flame finish. (March Nismo S Spec)

    MIA motorsports Short-ram intake w/ ITG Foam filter
    - Nismo original aluminium ratchet type oil filler cap
    - Nismo original radiator cap

    - Cusco front strut tower bar, Type-OS, Oval Shaft design (March K13)
    - Carbing 0.6L Catch Can (March K13 Nismo spec)

    Sport Service RS*R Ti2000 progressive lowering springs. 1.5" front and rear dropped. (JDM March spec)

    - Cusco front (22mm dia) sway bar upgrade
    - Cusco (15mm dia) rear sway bar ad-on
    (Nismo S March spec)

    Enkei Compe aluminum wheels 15x7 38mm offset w/ Yokohama S-drives 195/55R/15

    Enkei 7075 aluminium wheel nuts

    DIXCEL M type Performance street pads
    Specs: 0~500℃, Non steel・Ceramic fiber

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    How do you like the springs?

    Ride height looks good and those wheels too (remind me of the Micra Cup wheels).

    Nice:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    How do you like the springs?

    Ride height looks good and those wheels too (remind me of the Micra Cup wheels).

    Nice:

    Thank you, I was definitely looking into the March Cup series in Asia when choosing wheels, the Watanabe inspired Enkei Compe line short for Competition* perfectly match the round soft shape of the K13. Not a particular fan of FastCo, so I never buy (copy products or any brands that have no legit history in motorsports)

    For the springs, RS*R Ti2000 series on the K13 increase the spring rate to 2.56 FRONT and 4.49 REAR, these are progressive springs so they still hold some ride comfort at low speeds and even road, once things get more bumpy it does ride stiffer than the stock springs by a large gap. These springs have some Titanium % in them which helps keep them from loosing their coil over the years. The extreme body roll from factory was something I disliked and lowering the car's center of gravity helps with this issue. It has a more aggressive stance and sportier driving feel. These springs were spec'd from the JDM K13 version which comes with a HR12DE (3Cylinder Supercharged Engine) it is inherently lighter so when these springs were equipped I noticed a bigger drop by .100" total of 1.5". Quite a cost effective solution without going into the coilover route.

    I will post the details on the mod (lowering section) of the Forum if anybody is interested.
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    helll-o comment tu as enlever la boule de shifter? j ai pas encore osé sur le mien

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    Nice Car! the ride hight looks great! The heavier front end you guys have with the 1.6 must help. It looks lower than mine and my fronts are close to being wound right down. Wheels are awesome too, really suit it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnuk View Post
    Nice Car! the ride hight looks great! The heavier front end you guys have with the 1.6 must help. It looks lower than mine and my fronts are close to being wound right down. Wheels are awesome too, really suit it!
    Thanks Johnuk, I'm quite pleased with the fitment. Just wish I had the Nismo body kit or an IMPUL V1 kit on it, oh well stock will have to do. I'm looking into finding the OEM non-facelift version K13 front end and maybe convert to the JDM spec, hood, front fenders and front bumper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palourde77 View Post
    helll-o comment tu as enlever la boule de shifter? j ai pas encore osé sur le mien
    It's pressure fit into a knurled rod end, you'd need to break the OEM shift knob off (twist counter-clock wise) and use a die to thread the shifter rod over the knurling on the shifter rod end to spec.Name:  13275291_1090988364277447_885048160_o.jpg
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    Just recently received a special order form Japan, Cusco front & rear anti-roll bar upgrades. Will install this spring! Name:  16507285_1318134641562817_2141385061_n.jpg
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    Love this project so much dude, congratulations! Do you have another picture with those wheels?

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    Thanks, yeah here's one of a closer view.
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