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AJC Drift: Long Nights

by Kyle Tomita on Wed, Aug 24th, 2011 | Client Vehicles, Fabrication, Motorsports

It has been several long nights and many more to get Andrew Coomes' Rocket Bunny LS240 (LS2 powered S13) ready for Evergreen ProAm this coming Sunday.

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So far, the work has been focused on getting the new chassis ready.

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The rear fenders needed to be cut and rolled to fit the larger Falken Azenis tires.

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After cutting the fenders, the outer fender was rolled up over the inner fender. This allowed for the fenders to be rolled after for additional clearance.

The front was also modified in preparation for larger tires and increased steering angle.

The trunk floor was cut out to make room for the fuel cell and other fuel system components.

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Alex welded in new trunk floor.

The entire car was stripped and prepped for paint.

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Once painted, it will be a few long days and nights to get the LS2 back in and running. There is a lot of work to do but it will be all worth it when Andrew Coomes is drifting the LS240 along the bank at Evergreen.