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As much as I enjoy seeing people pushing the limits with their fitment and stretch & poke, it’s cool to see someone enjoying the best of both worlds. Troy Jenkins is one of those people, and on Friday I caught up with him to take a few quick shots to share on here.

Troy actually competes with this car in New Zealand’s National drifting competition series ‘D1NZ’ in the Pro Am class. Considering Troy is only 21 years of age, I think that is pretty awesome! His S15 has been built up with some quality parts and his fitment is tough yet functional, which definitely appeals to me.

The Work Bersaglio wheels you see here are 18 x 9.5 +19 in the front and 18 x 10.5 +19 in the rear. Troy runs 225/40/18 and 235/35/18 tyres which give a good amount of stretch while still being suitable for the track.

Digging the D-Max glitter carbon bonnet.

The D-Max wide front and rear fenders (+35mm and +55mm) pump the body out nicely. I’m a fan of the Supermade duck tail wing and the D-Max roof wing combo too.

The interior has been stripped and equipped with the basics. A 6-point roll-cage, OMP deep dish steering wheel, Part Shop Max gear knob, Sparco foot pedals…

…as well as a pair of Bride Zeta III Low Max buckets and Takata harnesses.

Overall this is a great example of one of our cleanest Pro Am builds. Although Troy has built this car with the pure intention of driving it sideways, it’s cool that he has taken the time to put his own personal touches into the car and make it look good too. Looking forward to seeing more of Troy and his car at future New Zealand drifting events!


SR20DET – factory SR20DET internals
Tomei rocker arm stoppers
Apexi intake pod filter
Sinco Customs intake piping
DSR430 turbo
Sinco Customs steam pipe manifold
Sinco Customs intercooler
HKS Super Sequential blow off valve
Walbro 500HP in-tank fuel pump
E & H Motors flowed 800cc injectors

Link G4 Storm
Electronic/Mech controllers
Link Boost solenoid
Link MAP sensor

Factory coils with NGK Racing iridium plugs
Sinco Customs 3” downpipe
Sinco Customs stainless 3” exhaust with interchangeable tips (to alter noise limits for certain tracks)

V Mount Cooling Setup – 60mm radiator with Sinco Customs overflow tank
16” electric fan
HKS 12 row oil cooler
Greddy oil overflow tank

De-Loomed engine bay
Front tubs
Kazama engine mounts
Seam welded engine bay

S14 SR20DET 5 speed box
Custom Autoclutch clutch with machined flywheel
Nismo braided clutch line
Nismo Pro 2-way LSD

BC Gold adjustable suspension
Cusco front strut brace
Cusco rear strut brace
Cusco front & rear sway bars
JIC adjustable traction rods
Cusco rear adjustable toe control arms
Cusco tension rods
URAS drift pineapples
URAS gearbox mounts

Billspeer Hyper Steering lower arms & knuckle setup
URAS tie rods

Cusco brake master cylinder stopper
Front – Brembo GTR R33 4 pot front calipers with Project Mu pads Project Mu braided brake lines
DBA 4000 R33 slotted front rotors
Rear – Brembo GTR R33 2 Pot rear calipers with Project Mu pads Project Mu braided brake lines
DBA 4000 R33 slotted rear rotors

18” Work Bersaglios
18 x 10.5 +19 rears
18 x 9.5 +19 fronts
225/40/18 Toyo T1R (front)
235/35/18 Archilles ATR Sport (rear)

URAS bodykit front, rear & sides
D-Max Wide front fenders +35mm
D-Max Wide rear fenders +55mm
D-Max carbon bonnet
Ganador carbon fibre wing mirrors
Supermade rear duck tail wing
D-Max roof wing
Resene custom DORI Orange paint
Hella 12000K purple HID kit
Super Strobe lighting system
Nismo clear indicators
Clear tail lights

6 Point MSNZ homologated cage
Bride Zeta III Low Max bucket seats with Bride rails
Takata harnesses
OMP Deep Dish steering wheel
Part Shop Max gear knob
Autogauge boost, oil pressure & water temp gauges
Sparco foot pedals

Dyno power = 230KW at the wheels @ 15PSI

Here is a recent shot of Troy drifting at Pukekohe raceway late last year. I hope you guys enjoy the rest of the photos!

T x

12 Responses to Form & Function S15

  1. Matt

    Body kit is a bit much and the tail light have got to go. I’ve always loved this chassis. Ok build though. Surprised to see this on Hellaflush lol.

  2. shawn


  3. ben

    This is awesome
    very clean nice car even if it doesnt apeal to my personal taste.
    at 21 troy’s doing well.
    fuck yeah

  4. sideways

    agree with Matt

  5. nicely built S15

  6. Dope car. This is exactly how and why we started hellaflush years ago. Drift cars with proper setups. Not being able to turn isnt really the proper definition. Thanks for the shots and feature.

  7. rickson

    lovin’ the front view, well done troy ;]

  8. nz

    @ Matt, where’s your wallett at? Don’t be hating! lets see your car on here..

  9. Tom

    Matt im sorry but those tail lights are classic S15 tail lights and any one with a major love for these cars would cry to see them go!

  10. Kyle S.

    I’d like to see more of this on here.


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