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Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« on: December 22, 2012, 07:17:07 PM »
Username: Slapshotking09

Year: 2006

Make: Nissan?

Model: Xterra?

Trim: OR MT

Color: Midnight Blue


Mods:


Interior:

Pioneer 3200BT Headunit
(2) 12" Rockford Fosgate P3s w/ 2600 watt amp
(1) Mounted Maglite in each front door
(1) Mini Maglite mounted in center console by pen holders
Black Coverking Seat Covers
Beefier Tie Downs in the hatch area
Bracketron Mount for Iphone 4S
Raingler RIXN Ceiling Net
Inclinometer
Rex Rug Mod
Cobra 19 DXIV CB Radio
Bullydog GT Tuner
6K LED interior lights from vleds.com
Pillar Pod for Bullydog and Compressor Gauge
(2) Roadpro CB Speakers (Thanks Andrew!)
(5) OTRATTW Switches

Exterior:
Euro Key Retrofit
Stealthed Everything
Painted Head/Tail Lights Black
Debadged Everything
Shrockworks Front Bumper (Group Buy)
Shrockworks Rear Tire Carrier w/ High Lift Mount (Group Buy)
Full set of Shrock Skids
Xoskel Sliders (Thanks John!)
Firestik 4' NGP on Rear Tire Carrier
Stickers!
Engo E10000 w/ synthetic line (Group Buy)
14" Rear Wiper
Vent Visors
35% tint driver and passenger door
35% tint windshield
5% everywhere else
Mudflaps removed
Backup Camera
Dynomax Catback Exhaust
HID Headlights
HID Foglights
Xoskel Rear Lo Pro Light bar w/ (3) Aurora 2"
Aurora 40" on roof with Offroad Gorilla mount
Aurora 20" Amber on Shrock Bumper Hoop
Custom Mesh Front Grille
VIAIR 10007 Constant Duty OBA
Kleinn Air Horn
Raybestos Advanced Technology Rotors
Raybestos Advanced Technology Ceramic Brake Pads
Factor 55 Prolink
Pyle PA Speaker
2" Wheel Spacers on rear
Blue Torch Fab Diff Skid
Rear Diff Breather Mod

Suspension/Tires:

TITAN SWAPPED!!!
PRG TIitan UCAs
Radflo 2.5s with 650# Eibach Springs
Titan LCAs
Titan Moog Inner/Outer Tie Rod Ends
PRG Extended CV Axle Shafts

Alcans with 3" of lift and 400 Pounds over stock
PRG Adjustable Shackles painted flat black
Extended Front/Rear Brake Lines
U Bolt Flip Kit
Toyo Open Country AT2 Xtremes 295/75/16
Procomp Series 98 Flat Black (Painted from Gloss)
2" Body Lift from Jerseyparts


Under the Hood:
XTP IMS
Volant CAI
Airaid Throttle Body Spacer
Dynomax Exhaust system
Optima Yellow Top D34
Hood Rod Mod
Front Diff Breather Mod
Rear Diff Breather Mod
Blue Sea Fuse Block behind glove box (FINALLY!)

NEWEST PHOTOS





Right after I got it. Bone Stock


First Trail (Schultz's Pass)








Euro Key Retrofit


Ok so in the last year I've been in 3 accidents. I attend NAU here and have been hit by 3 teenage women drivers and they were all at fault. The Civic incident has been posted on here.
http://www.thenewx.org/forum/showthread.php?t=49803

Accident Pics (I was going about 30mph and hit a Civic that blew an off ramp stop sign)















Got the X back and couldn't stand it being clean.








Blacked Out Headlights


K&N Intake


Had a spacer lift at first, then upgraded to Radflos/UCAs






The damn nut that was stripped and took 11Pro4x (Marcin) and me two hours to get off.


Sunflower Mine











I know on the last two pics I'm missing the Shrock skid. Had to have the body shop put it on for me because one of my body mounts was bent due to the Civic accident.

Flagstaff, AZ






Sedona, AZ








Body Lift Pics





Back Road to Crown King



Xoskel Lo Pro


OBA


Volant


Before


After






Hood Rod Mod


Night Wheeling




Hood's black now


Pillar Pod!


These things pack a punch!


Factor 55
« Last Edit: April 01, 2014, 02:02:28 AM by Slapshotking09 »

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2013, 11:33:07 PM »
Finally updated this thing. Sold the Yakima basket, Xoskel Light Cage and KC Daylighters up top. Getting ready for LED and a roof rack project I think.

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2013, 07:58:20 AM »
Wow that is an awesome build! ;D

I love that blue, it's so hard to find in the used market though, lucky!

Looks like you definitely came out on top against that Honda, just look at that thing, front, side and rear are just smashed... Imagine if you'd had the Shrock bumper then. Ouch.

This is definitely another X that I can't wait to see in action ;D

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2013, 08:03:46 AM »
I just scrolled back up and saw that it's even an MT?? Gah, it's so close to being my dream model X! Lucky! ;D

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2013, 08:56:03 AM »
Manual transmitions ftw

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2013, 11:44:00 AM »
Love the manual.

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2013, 06:17:51 PM »
Manual transmitions ftw

Yeah except for when we're always the ones still going up the hill when everyone else in front decides to stop to talk... lol

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2013, 08:26:54 AM »
I adopted the hand brake technique for that. When I'm stopped on an uphill while driving an MT, I pull the parking break up and then slowly let it out at the same time I'm letting out the clutch. Keeps all the movement forward and helps the tires from slipping from adding too much power too quickly on surfaces other than pavement.

So manual transmissions ftw still ;D

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Re: Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #8 on: February 07, 2013, 11:23:27 AM »
I adopted the hand brake technique for that. When I'm stopped on an uphill while driving an MT, I pull the parking break up and then slowly let it out at the same time I'm letting out the clutch. Keeps all the movement forward and helps the tires from slipping from adding too much power too quickly on surfaces other than pavement.

So manual transmissions ftw still ;D

Too bad my Xterra has a foot brake for e-brake... I dunno how the newer models are built.

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #9 on: February 07, 2013, 12:49:19 PM »
Gen 2s have a hand break, ok so not as easy ;D

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2013, 01:19:30 PM »
I adopted the hand brake technique for that. When I'm stopped on an uphill while driving an MT, I pull the parking break up and then slowly let it out at the same time I'm letting out the clutch. Keeps all the movement forward and helps the tires from slipping from adding too much power too quickly on surfaces other than pavement.

So manual transmissions ftw still ;D


Yup. That's what I do and I'm pretty sure Andrew does the same thing.

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #11 on: February 07, 2013, 03:23:01 PM »
I beat the piss out of my hand brake... have even considered upgrading the rear brakes to a big brake setup

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #12 on: February 07, 2013, 03:26:39 PM »
Ya mines about shot. That's my next investment actually

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #13 on: February 18, 2013, 08:49:46 PM »
Put in LED interior lights and a LED license plate bulb from vleds.com. Super bright! Anyone that's on the fence about purchasing these get off the fence and buy them! Finally mounted the compressor gauge/switch and remounted the Bullydog GT. Air horn will be arriving tomorrow!

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Re: Slapshotking09's Midnight Blue OR
« Reply #14 on: February 18, 2013, 08:58:10 PM »
Mind posting the part numbers for the interior lights?

And which air horn did you get cause you need it with all the people you have run into.
« Last Edit: February 18, 2013, 09:01:57 PM by 11Pro4X »

 



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