Project Nine Stalls

Generally speaking, modified cars are troublesome, irrational and expensive beasts. And yet here we are, slaves to these incredibly thirsty money pits. It’s not all doom and gloom, though. The sometimes near-endless cycle of frustration occasionally yi…

Project Nine Is Alive!

It’s alive – it is alive! OK, Project Nine was never completely dead, but having been so long since our last update, I’d completely understand if you thought the car had been forgotten, towed away, or driven off a river bank purely for kicks. Sadly, wi…

Project GT-R Gadgets Up

So it was off to Nakamura-san at Worx Auto Alarm, the drive from Tokyo to rural Chiba being one of the most stressful I’ve ever had in my GT-R. It wasn’t the 4,000rpm fuel cut – as set by Ennio so I didn’t cause any engine issues prior to fitting a pai…

Dyno Time For Project RS4

However, the reason for breaking the chronology of the story was because I wanted to not only present a direct before and after for the work that Regal had done on the RS4’s 4.2-litre V8, but I also wanted to use this opportunity to talk a bit about dy…

Dyno Time For Project RS4

However, the reason for breaking the chronology of the story was because I wanted to not only present a direct before and after for the work that Regal had done on the RS4’s 4.2-litre V8, but I also wanted to use this opportunity to talk a bit about dy…

Project NSX Gets Track-Ready With KW

As all Speedhunters can attest, time always seems to get away in between these project update posts. I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the car since the NSX-R transmission was swapped in, racking up 2,000+ kilometres on some of the best driving roads in Ja…

Project RS4: Finding Lost Power

I’ve done around 10,000 miles since picking up Project RS4 last August last year, and to be fair it’s not skipped a single beat mechanically. The Audi has been flawless at karting me and my inordinate amount of largely unnecessary camera kit up and dow…