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    • By r32gtstJ
      Hi Guys,
      It's been a while, I am a Kiwi who moved over to Japan a few years back and have settled in Tokyo.
      I have always loved the R32, have owned a couple of GTST's before and since I am in Japan now, decided to go for gold and score the best possible BNR32 I can get my hands on.
      The car arrived on a truck a few days back and gotta say, as it is my dream car, no words can explain my joy at the moment,
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      During the whole purchasing ordeal, there has been a lot of processes involved and Japan in my opinion, has their way of doing things, so no let's wing it attitude sits in well with these folks lol.
      It took a couple of weeks to get the Japanese version of WOF called "Shaken" but overall, besides the RIDICULOUS parking costs, all was pretty smooth.
      I miss NZ where you can just park on your own driveway, In Tokyo, you will be doing well if you find one below $300 per month.
      Now Let's Talk about the car,
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      Model 1991 Skyline GTR R32 BNR32
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      I absolutely love the car after taking it out on the highway, it was an absolute pleasure to dive, the sound, the pull everything was better than I hoped.
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      If you guys have any suggestions for a street usable/friendly clutch ideas, please feel free to let me now, something that does not give you a dead leg even if you are stuck behind traffic, and something that allows a smoother start on 1st gear, right now, I have to give it gas about 2-3000rpm and release the clutch very very gently or the ting just tries to launch and hop etc.
      I have heard the Nismo twin plate? ones were good, but not sure it will be better than my old HKS setup and in what way, my one feels very sensitive (narrow biting point if that makes sense) they can be a pain to drive in traffic etc..
      Thank you for reading my post and I wish to catch up with any GTR owners based in Tokyo! hit me up if you are around.

    • By N155@N
      Hi SAU,
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    • By R32GOJIRA
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      Sparco Sprint V fixed back seats. Pair, no rails. Very little use, some marks from storage but no tears. $500
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