Noneed2hate's NISMO Juke Build Thread

#1
I guess I'll start a thread on stuff I add for this car.

Car is a 2014 Nismo Juke with a 6Spd M/T and about 40k miles on the clock.

So far I've added just a few things and I'll update this thread as it comes along.

Engine:
- Fast Religion FMIC
- Manny Mounts up and lower motor mounts
- Injen SRI
- GReddy EVO GT Catback Exhaust

Suspension
- Stillen Front strut bar

Next mods I plan is a new oil feed line as the OEM one is trash and gets clogged easily leading to the ball bearings in the turbo to self-destruct from oil starvation. A down pipe is a must as the current OEM has a really harsh 120 degree angle. I'll be lowering the car on coilovers and get a new set of wheels as well. Hopefully I can get everything done in that order.

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94RS

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#2
Did you ever straighten out that FMIC?
 
#3
Did you ever straighten out that FMIC?
sooooo funny thing is that I actually put the intercooler on upside down haha. I haven't fixed it yet though. Too lazy :p Next time my bumper comes off for whatever reason though I'll get it straightened out.
 

94RS

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#4
Upside down or backwards? I imagine if it’s upside down, it would still be crooked and hang below the bumper.


Is the inlet/outlet at two different heights? Hard to tell from an iPhone screen
 
#5
Upside down or backwards? I imagine if it’s upside down, it would still be crooked and hang below the bumper.

Is the inlet/outlet at two different heights? Hard to tell from an iPhone screen
It's upside down, the inlet/outlet are sitting way lower than they should be. Everything bolts up just find so I thought it was good.
 
#6
Just got in a Lightweight 2J racing Crank Pulley for this thing. Might be putting it in this weekend.
 
#7
A few updates for this thing:
-Installed the Lightweight crank pulley

Got a new oil feed line for the turbo that I'll be installing since they OEM ones are prone to clog up causing the turbo to fail.

I got a 2J Racing Downpipe and Midpipe to complete the exhaust set up.

Additionally, I'm getting an Uprev remote tune, and hopefully will be getting a dyno tune once I've found a good shop.
 

94RS

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#8
So when is the underglow going on? Join me and kirt in bringing it back
 
#9
So when is the underglow going on? Join me and kirt in bringing it back
Let's make this dream real. Once it's lowered I'll add some underglow so it will actually reflect off the road since it won't be too high.
 

94RS

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#10
Probably sits around the same height as my SS, maybe a tiny bit higher. LEDGlow is bright as shit though, I think you’ll be good even at stock height.
 
#11
Probably sits around the same height as my SS, maybe a tiny bit higher. LEDGlow is bright as shit though, I think you’ll be good even at stock height.
Honestly I might as well. Judging by the new car scene norms these days it couldn't be any worse.
 

94RS

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#12
Probably sits around the same height as my SS, maybe a tiny bit higher. LEDGlow is bright as shit though, I think you’ll be good even at stock height.
Honestly I might as well. Judging by the new car scene norms these days it couldn't be any worse.
If you’re going by what’s normal in the car scene, you’re doing it wrong


A $60 underglow kit is still better than looking like everyone else with airbags, a wrap and plastidipped “stance y0” knockoff wheels with stretched tires


These are the two I have on the Cobalt. Will need a fuseable links for each one.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003ENDQ3I/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_awdo_t1_kE-kCbVQZWEGD

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000I04Z7Q/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_awdo_t1_oF-kCbG16T8NM
 
#13
Installed my 2J Racing Downpipe and Midpipe finally. Took me about 16 hours because I just broke a lot of stuff and had issues while installing lol
 
#14
Additionally installed a newer/better oil feed line. The OEM ones are extremely narrow, clog easily and lead to premature turbo failure.