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    MissGTR34 intro Hey just doing my intro, Erin from melbourne GTR34 white XEY483 So hey, ive only had my gtr for 9months still loving every second of it. Looking forward to reading some handy info and help when i need it CHEERS! -Erin
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    Been a bit busy recently so I've fallen behind with the updates, but this is pretty close to where it's at now So far, I've just used what limited knowledge I have of tuning to just keep it running nice and safe, but now that I've got all the performance related bits that I want, it was time for a proper tune. Had the car booked in at Unigroup, where it made 265awkw @ 18psi, not a bad result While it could have made a bit more power, it was being held back by the clutch beginning to slip (an Exedy NSK-7172 OEM replacement, changed a few years ago), and some weakness in the ignition system was starting to show. So at this stage, I'm considering replacing the clutch with a Nismo Coppermix twin plate, and possibly an upgrade to LS2 coils, but neither of these will be happening for a while as I'm quite happy with the power it's making now. I'm happy to hear any suggestions or recommendations if anyone is following along Since a post without pictures is kind of boring, here's a picture of the engine bay not long after I bought it, and one from a bit more recently (still not current though, will get some new pics soon)
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    Proof it's leaving Grim's shores and onto Insights dry dock!
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    The N1 Thanks to SAU.NSW, JLM, Iron Chef for a remarkable journey into N1s. These I expect, will be displayed at the request of SAU.NSW at the GT-R Festival in June. Thanks to Andrew Le who captured this shot + the great photographers who've taken further shots below. And thanks to Lucas Davidson, Brad McKernan and Mark Dodd for 'pulling teeth' to gain the information about N1s and not just count on Wiki or Gorodji references for the truth.
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    NISSAN IS HERITAGE LISTING THE BNR32!!! NISMO WILL BE OPENING UP A DEPARTMENT TO REINTRODUCE A PARTS SECTION FOR THE R32 GT-R!!!
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    Rolling shots with @pixeltoon_photography
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    My box of goodies arrived from Japan thanks to Jesse Streeter! Autostaff Catch Can Tomei Fuel Reg Greddy Intercooler Pipe kit Aaaaaand my wheels arrived!
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    TE37SL's repainted Hankook RS3 285/35 Nismo 52mm wheel nuts Slight height adjustment.
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    Yes I belive you should look for this:
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    Morning Boys ! Let's the fun begin & Good Luck Martin x
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    He did a top job and it sounds amazing can't recommend him enough to anyone. I'll post a pic of his business card shortly
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    Had a quick run when the car was dropped off yesterday and could feel the difference without smashing it hard. I went for a run early this morning and it is a different machine to drive , first I gave it some up to from idle 7500 and it felt like it was hard all the way after 3200 and got there pretty quickly from idle, felt great. Then I did some changes at 5000rpm and it was on boost through 1,2,3,4 and 5th had to stop Next I did the same at 4000rpm 1,2,3 and 4th to see what happen, it was just about ready to fly in another 300rpm ish from each change, mad! You can dive it anywhere in 6th gear in a 60 , 80 or 100kph zone without changing back on any hill , the only time I had to change was on the 35kph bends going up to a step incline , that torque is just so good in a street car , especially if you want to relax a bit I would say it is very close to 900rpm better while driving it in any gear if you want to get it going. it really starts to get going at 3000 and hard just after that From my experience , in my car it smashed the 6266 everywhere as a driving experience. Happy camper, you bet , it is a great car to drive at any speed and just feels alive everywhere
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    It car came up great, only trouble is I have to wear sunnies outside the car, great job but mow I have to try and keep it looking the same , pain in the arse , lol Had a quick run when the car was dropped off yesterday and could feel the difference without smashing it hard. I went for a run this morning and it is a different machine to drive , first I gave it some up to from idle 7500 and it felt like it was hard all the way after 3200 and got there pretty quickly, felt great. Then I did some changes at 5000rpm and it was on boost through 1,2,3,4 and 5th had to stop Next I did the same a 4000rpm 1,2,3 and 4th to see what happen, it was just about ready to fly in another 300rpm from each change, mad! You can dive it anywhere in 6th gear in a 60 , 80 or 100kph zone without changing back on any hill , the only time I had to change was on the 35kph bends going up to a step incline , that torque is just so good in a street car , especially if you want to relax a bit I would say it is very close to 900rpm better while driving it in any gear if you want to get it going. it really starts to get going at 3000 and hard just after that From my experience it smashed the 6266 everywhere as a driving experience. Happy camper, you bet , it is a great car to drive at any speed and just feels alive everywhere Worth every cent spent! ( that's for you Hadouken )
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    That's an expensive set of nice wheels. Don't spoil it by putting stupidly narrow stretched tyres like some people do! Something like 285 35 may do the job. If the tyres stick out too much make the guards bigger don't shrink the tyres!
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    yeah, i dont mean to be "that guy" but i dont know why we still have them pushed commercially on these forums.
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    The Evo brakes have pretty big pistons which is why on paper they will make for bitey brakes. Though plenty of people running them and happy You have an R34...if you are doing brakes be a man
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    Finished the interior, needs a good clean.
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    Well I'm all set to take off in the morning for 3 days fishing off the beach near Augusta. No reception so chat to y'all Wednesday arvo/night
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    Awesome thanks guys![emoji4] This is my baby she a bit dirty hahaha
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    Digging up an old thread to set the record straight about the amount of advance on rb25 vct. I have an rb25 neo vct cam and pulley that i'm planning on retro fitting on my rb26 head. After mounting the cam in a vice with the pulley I turned it to full advance and marked the points. Each tooth is 7.5° so two teeth are 15° advance on the cam making it 30° on the crank. I was thinking it seems like too much but the step 1 hks v-cam has a 30° maximum advance so I guess there are advantages. I'm not sure if r33 rb25 vct has the same amount of advance but it would be good to find out. Hope this helps anyone else wondering.
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    Made up a front under body brace. I have two 20MM versions and two 25MM versions that I knocked up I the process too sitting here too.
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    I hope they don't see me at all
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    I've heard your a bit that way
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    looks to be slightly less pointless than modifying a Pulsar do it
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    Update Got word from Quaiffe last week - all my parts are scheduled for milling in the next month - so should have everything in next couple months I also ordered the digital gear display from Quaiffe - and couldn't believe my luck that they also had in stock brand new GREX sequential gear knob - mine was a little worn so asked if they had replacements - to my surprise they did! I found a ARC 4" Titanium Exhaust system for sale on here which I properly purchased and had shipped to Perth. I bought it unseen but was told it was in excellent condition. When receiving it - although structurally it was perfect - it was dirty as f**k and the tip had scratches all over it from no care being taken when attaching sensors on the dyno. So my resto project began.... I got 3 different grits of wet and dry and started to get to work. Couple hours every night - for all of last week got the job done. Now looks as new again...... This will go in once box is back in shortly. Ill have to modify the dump as the ARC is a little longer than the 4" Trust system I removed. But extremely happy to add more titanium to the monster!!!!!!!
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    [mention=145907]shoey84[/mention] &[mention=136584]pol1on1[/mention] This made me laugh [emoji23]
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    I know right ! The owner must be gay lol [emoji28] nah nah nah - The owner Glenn has been so good [emoji4] Ashley ( Martin's wife actually won most improved shooter ) a bottle of wine and she's so generous and gave me the wine [emoji485] [emoji7] Thank You Ashley [emoji7]xx Martin won 1st place ( I was shocked) Lochy 2nd place And Dave 3rd place Lochy and Dave did the sudden death [emoji88] games and Lochy win ! Ashley - most improved shooter And i get f**k all lol [emoji23] Nah I get soft drink , chips , fun and laughter with them today ! Was a good day ! Bring it on tomorrow !
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    Mine is on the Easter Monday & Martin is on the 30th - April babies [emoji1348] x
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    I'd say the commonsense will be to defensively support her career in a highly politicized organisation, which wont be commonsense from a road safety perspective...
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    Would just love 1 week of work without bullshit.
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    Geez the bench to fill out departure forms was tiny. Everyone huddled up like we are trying to keep warm. Wish I needed to fart
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    Went out for a drive today with the girlfriend to mundering weir and around. Was good fun for a few hours with out the kids.
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    Gd day at the drag racing grand finals, ran a pb of 8.92!!!
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    Lurker from USA Good day folks, lurker from the US of A, and finally signed up here cause there's a wealth of knowledge here. Own a a white R32 GTR (seen in pics). Owned for a year, last month put it down for rebuild.. fully built block and head, EFR8374 with .92 A/R, haltech, id1200 injectors, etc etc. hoping to make 700 at the wheels (but will only use 500 or 600 til i get stronger trans) just wanted to say hello. ~Greg
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    evening all, having so much fun lately modifying the water/meth setup in my ute and fixing the crankcase breathing issues. 1- first hill on the way to work, if i hit it at 100 in 5th i would slow to 70 in 4th. now im able to do 90 in 5th 2- next hill i used to hit at 100 and slow to 80 in 5th. now i can accelerate to 120 in 5th 3- final big hill i used to hit at 110 and fall to 72 in 4th. now i can maintain 100 in 5th or 120 in 4th still so much more refining and testing to do. tomorrow i have better pyros hooked up for more accurate temp readings.
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    At Faulconbridge. Pictures with thanks, by Andrew Le.
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    At Mt Panorama. Pictures with thanks, by Stefan Trajkovski
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    Kowmung Creek, near Kanangra Walls.
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    You can spot these at the SAU.NSW Display at the GT-R Festival 3rd June, 2017
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