Goddammit, I should stop drawing too many cars. XD
But then again, there are some that you absolutely cannot
refuse to draw. Like this car here; this is a Hakosuka Skyline done up in Rough Style-- with exposed bolts on the overfenders, a front mounted oil cooler sticking out of the grill, and battle scars everywhere. Okay minus the battle scars, since I wanted it to look pristine (which kind of sounds counter-intuitive lol). Specifically it is done up in the Shakotan sub-style with the exposed oil cooler, low body, fat tires and aggressive stance. I also took inspiration from the Touring Car versions of this Skyline from the 70's which ran an identical appearance.
Also if you look closely at the license pate, this is that same car from here: fav.me/d70ryul
I have just refined to make look better. Also this is supposed to be Misha's car when he's over at Okinawa XD
Now as I type this, I am reading it from a piece of paper where I listed every single modification to it. #justcarguythings //slapped
The engine is a bit of a mechanical frankenstein, the engine is the 2.0L S20 Inline-6, it has been bored to initially 2.8L with an L28 engine block while retaining the original S20 cylinder heads, then it has been bored ever so slightly to 3.0L, other modifications to the main engine is that it's components have been balanced and it also has been blueprinted for optimized reliability and tolerances, it also has polished and enlarged intake and exhaust ports, a thinner head gasket, Bosch competition-spec spark plugs, hollow titanium valves and valve springs, Tomei Powered aggressive-lift camshafts, custom forged racing pistons with 14:1 compression, Top Secret fuel management system along with improved fuel lines, enlarged fuel pump, bigger injectors and a piggy-back fuel rail system, Mine's VX-ROM engine control unit, Cosworth dry-sump oil system with a Jegs oil cooler and a K&N oil filter. Breathing is improved via a K&N air filter attached to a carbon inlet with individual throttle bodies, titanium intake and isometric exhaust manifold, and an Amuse R1 Titan titanium exhaust. Total output of the car is rated at 425 whp and 350 ft/lbs of torque.
The transmission is a 6-speed manual frrom an S15 Silvia Spec-R, running close ratio gears, an Exedy carbon Triple-plate Clutch, ATS Carbon flywheel, Precision Shaft Technologies carbon driveshaft and an OS Giken 2-way limited slip differential.
The suspension system sits on a custom pusrod system on all four corners, running Bilstein adjustable MDS 2-way dampers and springs, adjustable camber plates, and hollow adjustable anti-roll bars. The brakes are Brembo 6-pot calipers up front and 4-pots at the rear, it also runs carbon-ceramic cross-drilled rotors and composite brake pads, as well as steel braided brake hoses. The tires are Good Year Eagle Medium-compound racing slicks which are shod in 17" deep-dished Watanabe R-Line wheels finished in black with red pinstriped lips.
The body has been reinforced via chemical/acid dipping, then by addition of spot welds. Increasing it even further is done with the aid of additional body struts, and a multi-point body integrated rollcage.
Exterior of the car comes in the form of a bodykit identical to the ones used by Skylines competing in the JTCC (Japanese Touring Car Championship) in the 70's; the hood, doors, trunk, over fenders, front fenders, adjustable rear wing w/ Gurney Flap, wing mirrors and adjustable front splitter have all been done up in dry carbon fiber further reducing weight. The right headlight has been replaced with a ram-air inlet while the left cluster has been spared.
The interior loses it's radio and much of it's trim and luxuries, save for the air-con. The dash board has been redone in carbon fiber and houses an AutoMeter tachometer and speedometer as well as several Defi gauges monitoring oil temperature and pressure, water temperature, fuel pressure and external temperature.
Safety devices include a racing fuel cell, fire extinguisher, roll cage (as previously mentioned), Recaro fixed back racing seats with Takata 6-point racing harnesses, and a fuel kill switch.