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  1. No idea, but I'd be surprised (from a manufacturing cost point of view) if they were different. It might be worth seeing if you can compare part/subassembly numbers on Amayama to see if they differ.
  2. Is this the part you're looking for? https://www.amayama.com/en/part/nissan/6864015u00
  3. R33 gtst - it's on the side of the ABS pump and has three plugs going into it. I don't know what the part number for your car would be - I got mine from Kudos Motorsport.
  4. Replacing the relay fixed my ABS when it stopped working.
  5. With the unit turned off: Pressing A/C button does nothing. Pressing fan button turns on fan, along with A/C if it was on when you turned it off. Pressing mode button powers on the screen and will show you the set temperature and which vents are open, but will not turn on the fan. Pressing demister button turns on the demister with A/C and turns off air recirculate if it was on. Pressing auto button turns on the automatic setting.
  6. Look up your car on Amayama and you should be able to find the part numbers.
  7. Also forgot to mention that I can't help with the wheels, sorry.
  8. My 33 went through Dickson fairly easily a couple of years ago. At the time it had coilovers, manual boost controller/bleed valve, return flow FMIC and a 3" turbo back exhaust with a quiet/rego muffler at the rear which I had made up. The guys who did the inspection were pretty nice and only warned me that my car was exactly on the minimum legal ride height. For what it's worth, after the inspection I mentioned to them that lots of people had told me I would get a hard time taking it over the pits because it's an import. They said that's because people bring shit cars in that clearly aren't roadworthy and have bad attitudes. They said the car was in good condition and I had clearly made an effort to get it ready for the inspection. They also said they knew I would take it straight home and put a loud exhaust back on. I don't think the turbo or ECU are allowed but not certain. Other than that, I think just make sure your ride height is ok and have a good attitude, especially if they don't pass you first go. They're just doing their jobs ?
  9. I use this stuff: http://www.bowdensown.com.au/products/exterior/agent-orange I've found that bug and tar remover doesn't quite do the job.
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