• Event: Tokyo Auto Salon 2015

    I finally made it to Tokyo Auto Salon and it lived up to what it’s said to be – a giant showcase of Japanese tuning culture with literally something for everyone. I’ll post all the pictures on the Brickhouse Facebook page so be sure to check that out. And I’ve been putting up some of […]

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  • Silvia: Yukari Bokujo’s Swan Song

    A few things needed addressing after the last track day. Firstly, I needed to get my e-brake back. I pulled the URAS Seahorses out and put the stock ones back in. That coupled with a tightened down cable and the fresher pads had it locking up as good as ever. Next up was basic maintenance. […]

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  • How To: DIY Alignment in Action (Part 2)

    I just found this post listed as a draft and not posted to the blog. Part 1 has been up for over a year but somehow this never got posted. It was originally written in March 2011. I’ll likely end up messing with the Silvi’s alignment as well as I make suspension changes so this […]

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  • Magilla Gorilla: Waawaaaaaawaaaaa…bam.

    I spent Sunday afternoon at the track. I’ve been trying to drive as much as possible, which is why I bought the car, repaired parts, and built it up a bit. It is to learn and have fun. So Sunday found me at Nago Circuit – the other “track” in Okinawa – doing just that […]

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  • Magilla Gorilla: More parts

    What you see above: Rasty outlet pipe, Cat-delete, Cusco front and rear sway bars, and Yanack rear camber arms. The front sway bar has been installed and the rear has been sold – plan executed to perfection! (If you recall, I installed a Cusco rear bar many moons ago.)

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