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I have been contimplateing the idea of putting skyline tailligths on my 240sx its a convertable so same as a coupe. Has anyone ever done this attempted or atleast heard of this conversion before. If so any pictures of results and as much information as I can get towards doing this would be great cost work custom fab. etc etc. Plz help me out thxs
 

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If your talking about R32 taillights... then yes... Its been done, and it looks pretty clean if done correctly... Dont have any pictures but you can always google it
 

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yah I've tryed searching but nothing comeing up. Plus I would love to be able to find someone who has listed what needs to be done I know some cutom work will be needed and I am prepared for that
 

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heya dude. I accually just bought a 93 240 sx convertable, and i was wondering if you were ever able to do the skyline tailight swap for it. if so where did you get the guide to do it? many thanx from a fellow 240 convert owner.
 

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I still in the process of finding enough info for me to be comfortable I can do it before I buy the lights I'm pretty sure i'm going to do it probably next winter when I can park my car for a bit to do some work on it when I do do it I'm going to make a detailed walk threw with tip and tricks lol to oding this conversion thxs
 

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umm that one guy Chris Milano who competed in formula D has the 32 taillights on his car. try looking up info about him. and that might lead to more info for it who knows. but good luck on ur search
 

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If the site doesnt work try to find that issue Issue includes a RB25DET swap into S14 240sx and also has a section on comparing the KA24DE, CA18DET, SR20DET and the RB25DET. Just to help you find the article.
 

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yes danke is german for thank you.. i have a german friend and thats the only part of the language i know so its what i always say instead of thank you 99% of the time. :p
 

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The_guy_in_grey said:
yes danke is german for thank you.. i have a german friend and thats the only part of the language i know so its what i always say instead of thank you 99% of the time. :p
o good thing i took german or else i would have felt like a :dumbass:
 
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