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    Graham

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  1. ...do you know by any chance where said valve might be located?
  2. Ok, that makes sense, thanks Ben.
  3. Hello friends, as my R32gtst is getting older it is having trouble with it's wee wee. The poor old thing is dribbling from the rear windscreen washer as she comes on boost.... While not a major issue it is starting to become annoying to refill the reservoir weekly, it usually runs out when I need it the most. Does anyone have an idea what could have broken? I understand there is a check-valve somewhere in the plumbing between the washer pump and the nozzle, but can not understand how this could be the problem as it would only stop the fluid from running back into the reservoir...? Any help would be appreciated.
  4. Between $500 and 1500 depending on condition
  5. Bump, still looking for two decent condition stock R32 GTR wheels.
  6. Bump, still looking for two wheels in good original condition.
  7. Bump, still looking....
  8. Hmmm the joys of predictive txt. I just finished reading an article by John Bowe on the GTS-R, he states they reved to 8K so must have been hydraulic.
  9. Ouch for the boat owners, do you know if those racing RB20s had solid or hydrophilic lifters? I would love to be able to rev my RB20 out to 10K
  10. Bump... Thanks for the PM's guys, but would only consider Australian offers.
  11. OMG fuchs just bought out NULON AUSSIES should only buy Penrite...pass it on f*kc the germans!!!!!!!!!!!11
  12. It is gutless before boost, and that's why people replace them with 2.5s or 3.0L did the 20det win any aussie group a races?
  13. Looking for stock R32 rims, singles, pairs and full sets, tell what you have got. Cheers Graham.
  14. Hello Stao, Regarding the RB20 SS1.5 Hiflow, just so I have all the figures correct.... You're saying the compressor exducer is 67mm and the inducer is about 50mm? While the turbine exducer is 63mm and the inducer is 58mm? What would be the turbine housings A/R .46? Regards, Graham.
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