As a previous owner of a tuned Champion Blue R32 GTR, I had the pleasure of reviewing a similar car last week here in Sydney. A very original R32 Silver JDM import with a few V-spec bits but pretty much standard. Many of you will be fully across this, but I thought you all might be enjoy our assessment and real drive, especially those considering buying one. You can let us know what you think in the comments (or of any glaring inaccuracies!).
I have a problem. First of all I do have a Twin plate clitch in my r33 gtr. When pressing the clutch pedal it make some rattling noise, after reading and gathering some info this is considered as normal with those type of clutches? The bigger problem is that my gearbox sometimes gets stuck in 1st gear when im stopping with the clutch fully pressed it still wants to go forward. Also its really hard to change gears sometimes.
I ve done an gear box oil change and bleeded the clutch line (both damper and slave cylinder).
I would need some advice where too look at next. Could it be that my clutch pedal needs to be adjusted? (clutch feels heavy but normal and the point where it grabs is late)
Please give me some advice :)
I'm looking to modify my headlights I simply cant (or at least cant find anywhere on the internet or modification shops) modify my ichikoh 1535 headlights as they have a ribbed lenses and its not legal to do anything in NZ with headlights without doing the whole lot to suit said change. long story short i want to know if 1533 clear headlights fit in the place of 1535 headlights
I have a Nissan skyline 350GT CPV35 2004 and I just changed the clock spring. (OEM PART FROM NISSAN DEALERSHIP)
Been driving it for a month, after getting the codes cleared, and the car tested from the auto electrician. The ABS has been kicking in way more than normal. My old clock spring I didn't even notice it but driving fast through bends and corners makes the car "spaz" out with the abs sounds and tries overly breaking for me, to the point wheres its feels dangerous.
Should I get it retuned?
Take it back to the auto electricians?
Any advice would help.