First Drive In Our Rotary Swapped SideKick! (Also Does Sick Burnouts)

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43 thoughts on “First Drive In Our Rotary Swapped SideKick! (Also Does Sick Burnouts)

  1. On the rear axle there are 4 bolts in the center they bold the drum on. The drum is an adapter to go from 4 small lug pattern to a big 5. Check the torque on those bolts. They are not a tapered bolt. When you can get a proper countersink and chamfer those holes. Then put actual lugnuts on. The bolt holes under hard use will wallow out.

  2. LOVIN THE BRAP BRAP. NOW ITS TIME TO SEND IT. WILL YOU BEABLE TO DO A COUPLE LAPS ON THE TRACK BEFORE THE BURNOUT CONTEST CAUSE ID LOVE TO SEE THAT AND IM SURE IM NOT ALONE.

  3. Really cool how it turned out , why dont you relocate the battery behind the firewall or in the trunk… put in a little heatshield for the wiring, less fire hazards

  4. Kinda sad seeing it end up being a burnout car. Given the history of them (the S14 for example) it almost always means a sort of death to the car. Burned, melted, walltapped.. The odds of it coming out unscathed are slim to none. Not that it's not gonna be amazing in the process but it just seems te be too clean of a car for that.

  5. If you build a rotary swap in florida, it's gonna rain on your first drive… Crazy this is exactly what happened to the mystery machine

  6. Lmao Damn I thought James wore off on you guys for a sec.. at first glance your hood prop stick looked like you guys rigged up a nitrous feed line shooting into the turbo.

  7. I hope this doesn’t become a clapped out burnout car. You need to use this thing like originally intended and cruise tow with it and street drive.

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