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Old 09-19-2009, 07:25 AM
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ok... i just got a 1990 240sx and was wondering what it takes to do a s14 front end conversion... do i just get the s14 fenders and hood and bumper and the bolt right up?... or how does it work?... or do i have to get a whole new front clip?... thanks
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Old 09-20-2009, 03:58 PM
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As I recall (I haven't actually done it), you need at least:

Hood
Headlights
Radiator Core Support (since it holds the headlights)
Bumper cover, bumper rebar, etc.
Fenders
Sidemarkers and corner lenses

All from whatever year/s car you are trying to imitate, and it should bolt up (fender might not...can't remember, you might need to drill a new hole in the fenders for the bolts).

Also, I would look around about "conversion" fenders. I remember people saying that if you just put on, say, S14 fenders, there will be a slight gap around the door area or something. Some companies make aftermarket "conversion" fenders where the gap issues are cleared.
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