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    R34 Gtt
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    Andrew
  1. NZ-GTT

    I cut the piece from the battery to the chassis leg and left the remainder which connects the engine block to the chassis leg and everything works fine.
  2. NZ-GTT

    R33's had the battery in the boot and the battery holder bolts straight into the r34 the holes are already there. I had to modify the bracket for the ecu behind the battery though to make it fit. Here is a pic but it is not finished.
  3. NZ-GTT

    I don't think you can buy this kit anymore. Otomoto don't have it listed on their website.
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    I have not installed it yet but i want to use it with my 26/30 setup I only use the car on the road so I want a taller ratio and better traction,
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    I have fitted a S15 hlsd diff centre into my R34 vlsd, everything fits internally but as mentioned the S15 has 3x2 output shafts and the R34 viscous lsd 5x1 shafts do not fit. I had to buy new output shafts for a R34 helical diff which was fitted on later models for the 5x1 output shafts. I used the S15 crown and pinion gears as well for the 3.69 ratio so I had to re-shim to get the pre-load and backlash set correctly. In the end it all worked out but was costly and time consuming.
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    Agree everyones tastes and requirements are different. I much prefer to waste money on my car than on drugs or gambling etc
  7. I have a factory manual GTT. A while ago I tested an ecu from a Stagea rb25det neo auto in my car and everything worked except the speedo so it could well be an ECU issue.
  8. I used the Reimax gears and have had no trouble. They also had the large clearance I assume too that Reimax know what they are doing since they built the Clasonic GTR back in group A days. Is there evidence that the large clearance is a problem, I think it is a good thing for crank flex.
  9. My understanding is that it is illegal to change the distance the car has travelled, not change the new clusters reading to match the car. I transferred mine accross to the nismo cluster and took photographs of both reading the same. I checked here in NZ before doing it and was told I can do it that way.
  10. Yes my rb26 block has the hole plugged on the block
  11. I am also curious about the pressure relief, considering the oil pump has a relief valve to control pressure what is the intended purpose of this one? Is it there to prevent the oil filter from being over pressured? I would not be concerned with the centre bolt coming loose considering a correctly tightened oil filter does not come loose.
  12. Can you pm me a price for a GTT front badge like the one in the picture above please?
  13. NZ-GTT

    +1 for the HKS super turbo muffler. It is straight through design with no restrictions or reduced diametetrs inside the mufflers. I just bought one second hand on BidJDM for $500 plus shipping. Quiet too for a straight through design. Have a look on youtube.
  14. NZ-GTT

    All 3 blocks I have used in this comparison have the oil and water feeds drilled and tapped on the hot side of the engine block. They all have tapped holes below the water pump for an idler and tensioner and all are machined flat above the water pump where the relocated tensioner would go.So I presume they are all S2.
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    This is my first post here but I have been trawling on here for some time and I would like to thank SAU for the valuable information I have found here. Anyway I know this is an old thread but I would like to share a difference here between the blocks.I have 2 VL blocks and one R31 RB30. I noticed that the bearing caps of the girdle on the R31 is 2mm thicker and it ways 9.6 kg vs 9.2kg for the VL ones, so it would definitely seem that the R31 crank girdle is beefier. I would be interested to know if this is consistent between these blocks if anybody else has an old R31 or VL block laying around.Some pictures below: