As many of our products are custom made or made to order ETA’s can vary from order to order. If you wish to have a rough idea of how long it will take to fill and ship your order please or email us.
We always aim to make sure our customers love our products, but if you do have an issue with your order, please feel free to contact us to discuss the problem.
If we cant fix the problem we can, we will be happy to arrange a suitable replacement or return/refund of the product.
Yes, we send all our products world wide, contact us for a freight quote.
Sure. If you place one big order we will give a discount once you work out exactly what you want to order.
On most occasions conversions are long-term projects so we also reward faithful customers with discounts down the track if their overall purchases reach a certain point.
We do not offer discount on a promise you will buy lots.
Yes, we can build a cage for any car.
We get asked this question frequently but need more information. Please send us an e-mail outlining the following and we'll do our best to reply as accurately as possible.
Do you just want it dropped in there or do you want to drive it away?
Do you want other items modified and if so do you just want the items or do you want us to fit them?- Front & Rear Brakes & Lines- New Suspension- Fuel System & Fuel Lines- Brake Booster & Master- Wiring & Tuning- Exhaust- Cooling- Diff- Removal of Old Engine- Roll Cage Supply of new engine or will you supply it?
What will you be using the car for? (street, track, drag, rally) Is this car going to be thrashed, or a trailer and mirrors job at every car show around the country?
Feel free to give us an essay on the car, the more you tell us about it the better we can get a feel for your needs.
Um err... We cannot fab a kit and send it to you, but we can fit most engines to most cars if we have the car here to do it and 'here' is Adelaide.
It will be more expensive than an off-the-shelf kit because it is custom work. Freighting your car is surprisingly cheap if you can't get anyone local to do it.
Not normally. Sometimes we have one hanging around, or if you place a big order we can arrange sending one with the order on a pallet.
No. Having a stumpy box is convenient because you can get away with only minor mods to your trans tunnel and keep your heater box (although very tight fit) and the shifter remains in the same place.
However, the CA box is much stronger, newer, cheaper and the shifter only sits about 15cm back from the original position so isn't too much of a problem.
The amount of people that get steered down the wrong path on this one is surprising. If you work out the true price it will cost you to put together your own kit it probably isn't much less than ours.
But if you're reading this you probably already have the items, so why waste them. We can't just sell you the hub you see listed because it will be all wrong for your setup.
We will however, accept you sending us those bits and custom-make a hub and bracket( if required) and make it all fit.
You can contact us through our contact page, we will be happy to assist you.
We would desperately love to have an entire page dedicated to information about how to engineer a car in your state, however the information is hard to come by.
If you have successfully engineered a car in your state we would love to know details of your engineer, cost and how hard/easy it was. In general, however there are two different rules. One for cars that are going straight to the RTA and one for cars that have an engineers certificate.
If you have made your way to this site it's pretty safe to assume whatever you're looking at doing will need an engineer. If you find a good 'Datsun-sympathetic' engineer you have free range to do just about anything providing the engineer says it will stop and handle well despite the extra kW.
The cost of an engineer varies from state to state anywhere from $500 to $2000.Keep in mind that in speaking with your local RTA they may not be able to give you the correct information about what is legal because they only know about un-engineered rules (and will frequently give incorrect info). You need to speak to an engineer to get any firm answers. They can give you a list of local engineers, but it will likely be extensive so keep a day free to do lots of ringing.