Published on September 14th, 2009

How do you get a Honda NSX, a Nissan R34 Skyline GT-R, and a Nissan 350Z Fairlady to be in one place at one time? No, I’m not talking about what’s impounded at the local police station. I’m talking about the real thing, R34 with scissor doors on 20″, Veilside-kitted 350Z also on 20s and an actual but stock standard first generation NSX bringing up the rear.


You take three of your kids, get them valid or ‘not-so-valid’ licenses and give one each to them. You will either create a hell on earth, or the combination will give you something like this:

We’ll start with the R34 shall we?

The Skyline is a GT-R M-spec (RB26DETT) was bought right after the owner sold his fully-loaded Mitsubishi Evolution VII. We heard quite a few stories regarding the now-sold Evo but putting the story here would be quite unwise. Over ‘teh tarik’ maybe but off the record definitely.

The Skyline was bought brand new and it was originally in grey. Not long after picking up the car, he painted the car with pearlescent 3-tone paintjob to give the car a new VIP feel to it instead of a typical boy racer looks.

Next, the owner was on the lookout for a little bit of bling. He found what he was looking for when he was in Australia while watching kangaroos making babies. Right after he came back, he went to his usual car shop and slapped on four 20s Lowenheart wheels to his R34, all-chromed to complete the much-desired VIP feel to it.

Scissor doors came in next, along with an aftermarket HKS SQV Blow Off Valve (BOV) to add in the symphony factor and an FC Power Commander to tweak the power up a notch. He didn’t do much to the engine, but he did tuned up the engine and squeezed in quite a few horses into the hood. The result gave him a total of 380 horses running free on ’em tarmac.

Hundred percent tinting, Rockford Fosgate with Kenwood double-din player to complete the noise department in his ride, Works gearknob, front and rear camera to complete the VIP-ed R34.

Next in line, we have the orangey Nissan 350Z Fairlady, complete with Veilside bodykit.

The car is only over two month old, and was bought after over two years of contemplating, to buy or not to buy. After a series of batting an eyelid one time to often to the brink of being blind, he went ahead and got in under his porch.

The car was bought to give the little brother something to drive around to college and doing so with style. Again, nothing much is done to the engine, but the Veilside bodykit should be enough to make anybody be impressed with the car. Somehow or rather the elder brother learnt his lesson not to tweak the engine unless you’re into spending lots of time with your girlfriend at the workshop instead of on a date.

That, and the solid Pegasus 20-inches that gives the ride the stance that complement the Veilside bodyworks. Veilside bodykit is installed all around, complete with the spoiler and hundred percent tinting. A custom metallic orange colour was layed over to give the car a totally new look, with teenagers/playboy image in mind.

Well, it works as a fiddle.

Going further down the ladder, while not going any lower in terms of quality and performance, is the rear wheel drive legendary Honda NSX. While it’s not NSX-R, this NSX is nevertheless intimidating to be driven, especially after seeing that the owner/driver is merely seventeen-year-old hottie!

The NSX has been with the family since it was first launched and the family has been one of the first owners of this fine piece of Japanese engineering. While we all know the reliability and outstanding performance of the NSX, it should be noted that this car sits extremely low and need a little bit of handling skills to be driven nicely.

The car is, except for the paint, stock standard, complete with its original Honda 17-inch rims. Custom gold paintjob was chosen for the car and a Turbo timer was installed. Bose sound system was installed to fit the driver’s taste in music.

The automatic transmission should appeal more towards the lady driver, but her older brothers might have different ideas with the car. The eldest brother, Lokman, said the NSX looks a bit too standard and boring. The car might not look the same in a few months time, and might be running on a different tune altogether before New Year arrives.

Nissan Skyline GTR34 TechSpec:


RB26DETT, FC Power Commander, HKS SQV Blow Off Valve, Standard


Standard 6-Speed manual transmission




Standard M-Spec suspension system

Rolling Stock:

Lowenhart 20” on all four wrapped in Yokohama DNA GP 245/35ZR20 tires


Pearlescent 3-tone paintjob, scissor doors, 100% tint


Kenwood double-din with Rockford Fosgate speakers and tweeters, GTR leather seats, Works gearknob, front and rear camera and GSM Alarm

Nissan 350Z Fairlady TechSpec


VQ35, Top Speed exhaust system

Standard 6-speed automatic transmission





Rolling Stocks:

Pegasus 20” on all four and wrapped in Toyo T1R Proxes 275/35ZR20 (rear) and 245/35ZR20 (front)


Complete widebody Veilside bodykit and spoiler, Custom metallic orange paintjob with 100% tint


Standard head unit coupled with Bose speakers, amp and tweeters, standard orange leather seats

Honda NSX


3.2ltr, C32B V6


Standard 4-Speed sutomatic transmission





Rolling Stocks:

Standard Honda rims with Falken 225/45ZR16 (front) and 245/40ZR17 (rear)

Bodywork: Custom Gold


Standard head unit with Bose speakers, tweeters and subwoofer, turbo timer

words: Syawal Ahmad  pix: Syawal Ahmad, Johan Izham Jamalulil & Dinesh Appavu


  1. Posted by ZaidGSR on September 14th, 2009, 07:26

    its hard to see NSX nowadays… thanks

  2. Posted by Mak Uia on September 14th, 2009, 11:06


  3. Posted by Mackeran on September 14th, 2009, 14:34

    Сенкс за инфу, почитал с интересом.

  4. Posted by Ozal Mokhtar on September 16th, 2009, 15:07

    Nice coverage!! Nice shots!! Nice Cars!! Nice story!!

  5. Posted by StephanieXOXO on September 19th, 2009, 00:11

    I soooooo know the guy driving the Z33.He’s from my college.Such a hottie…

  6. Posted by jzmiebb on September 19th, 2009, 00:17

    Do we get to meet any of them???

  7. Posted by Oliver Thiam on September 19th, 2009, 15:19

    wow nice cars! and the chick is hot!

  8. Posted by EkLern on September 25th, 2009, 10:52

    Botak – Can can these 3 cars n owners to come to my TT ?

  9. Posted by zulkiflee on September 26th, 2009, 17:04

    Please adopt me!! Dapat Evo 3 pun jadilah

  10. Posted by Traffic Mag on September 26th, 2009, 22:20

    i’ll let them know about your invitation ya!

  11. Posted by Crunchy Ahcock on September 27th, 2009, 05:21

    Sciscor door, some found it abit “ahbeng” some find it rather cool… i would love to done that to my car , at least easy for my maid to cut all the groceries fresh out from pasar… hehe

    it’s hard to see these beauties on the face and on the road as what we normally see are just the flash of their tail light …passing us by. and hear them shout “.. doesn’t my smoke taste nice from the rear?! hahaha…”

  12. Posted by jamieking on September 27th, 2009, 23:18

    do rang ni dari ne?brapa bijik k-tok dorang ada doh!

  13. Posted by EkLern on September 28th, 2009, 09:29

    botak – if the 17yr old hottie could be there..lagi best tau

  14. Posted by zulkiflee on September 28th, 2009, 20:51

    Crunchy Ahcock
    -crunchy, have u try with Hannah Tan s2k.. first u see the “twin mountains” then the next thing u see is the twin exhaust puffing and scream bye bye to you.. hahahah

  15. Posted by Traffic Mag on September 29th, 2009, 01:04

    bro, i’ve test drive hannah’s car few years back. powerful dowh!

  16. Posted by JoBo on September 29th, 2009, 01:43

    Hannah my wife u all dun go talkin shits bout her.

  17. Posted by faris TFL on September 30th, 2009, 13:42

    Mitsubishi Gallant VR4 for sale

  18. Posted by Crunchy Ahcock on September 30th, 2009, 22:09

    faris TFL – pls stay on topic..

  19. Posted by haphez on October 6th, 2009, 17:07

    thehehe,…. you all are lucky.. :)

  20. Posted by Hitech on October 16th, 2009, 04:05

    спасибо, в закладки

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  22. Posted by federick on October 27th, 2009, 03:25

    nice sets of cars lucky fella

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  24. Posted by im4age on November 18th, 2009, 22:51

    I really like to touge da skyline,… Thehehehe

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