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  1. CAMS FOUND. THANK YOU FOR THE OFFERS.
  2. Hi SAU, Looking to purchase some Tein RA (Racing Spec) Circuit Masters coilovers, for my R33 GT-R. 20+ year old coilovers so I don't expect them to be in the best condition. Happy to buy a set that is rebuildable (planning to get some custom work done to them), but not overly damaged (bent shock). For those who know; if you have a set with Racepace custom valving/spring rates already done, will be keen to buy those as well. Budget: depends on condition, though obviously these are very rare now, so will pay accordingly. If you have the RS version for BCNR33, please let me know.
  3. For camtech https://camtechcams.com.au/camshaft-search?c_association[1]=14&c_association[2]=56&c_association[3]=126&c_association[4]=127 Will be doing some cam research in regards to everything we've talked about, before the big day. Thanks GTSBoy
  4. Yes that's true. Head is lifting due to dodgy tune from previous owner's tuner. My mechanics certain it's just a head gasket (fingers crossed its's just that) so engine out, recondition, new gaskets, tuning etc. Thought this would be opportune time to get cams changed while heads of and dismantled. For a 2.8L, with hks 2530s, running e85, what cams should I have? (street driven so response is priority) Poncam type B's are another recommendation for $1K and Camtechs lowest duration set are priced the same. My only hesitation is; will my gains from buying a new set of aftermarket cams for $1000 be even worth it? I want to go with my tuners advice as they are pretty much the go to guys here in Melbourne for RBs/GT-Rs, but I'll definitely be asking him if there is worthy benefits to the cams mentioned above. Will also be going through dyno results forums.
  5. Appreciate the replies guys. Learnt a bit from your responses. As for cam selection, im just going by what my mechanic/tuner (Racepace) is suggesting. Ill have a look at what other mild cam choices there are, however at $100-$200 a pair, stockies arent going to break the bank. As for advancing timing, thatsl was pretty much already taken care off during tuning. Thanks
  6. Hi SAU, As the title states, i'm wanting to go back to stock cams on my R33 GT-R as the cams that are in the car at the moment are totally mismatched, plus i'm looking for more of a responsive setup. The cams in there at moment are HKS Step 2: INT=264 duration 10.2mm lift, EXH=272 duration 10.0mm lift. The cylinder head has been CNC ported. Don't know to much about machining. My question is: Will stock cams fit in this cylinder head? The HKS cams are rather big compared to stock (INT=240, EXH=236). I wasn't the one who built or commissioned the build of this engine so I wouldn't have a clue how much head work has been done. I'm aware that clearance work is done to fit some cams. Would replacing a larger cam with a smaller cam be possible? Or has there been to much 'cylinder head material' removed, making a smaller cam loose/not fit? (my lack of mechanical knowledge is showing lol) Any and all help appreciated.
  7. Hi SAU, Need some OEM rb26 cams from either an r32 or r33 GT-R (silver crank angle sensor models) Prefer to pick up here in Victoria, around east to south-east suburbs. Budget: not really sure on what there worth, but seen them for around $100 to $200 for pair. Happy to trade for anything I've currently got listed for sale. Need them as I plan to remove the mismatched cams from my setup to improve low to mid response. In case anyone's interested, cams I have now are HKS step2 INT: 264 10.22 EXH: 272 10.0, could possibly work a deal if you want these cams. Cheers, Josh
  8. Used set of AD08Rs in 265/35/R18 size. Set of four. Roughly 3-4mm left of tread (measuring from central groove) across the four. All tyres have tread higher than tread marker (though only by a little). Heavy camber wear. Used on a BCNR33. Offers welcome. Don't really know what to do with these lol. Pickup from Casey area, or we can meet somewhere close. $40 each o.n.o Please contact me here.
  9. Thought I'd share my setup since there doesn't seem to be much info/examples out there for this particular setup. Perfect for spirited driving on back/mountain roads, not so ideal for daily driving or putting around at 3000 rpm, according to suspension guy. No getting around full lock scrub without invasive mods (rear guard rolling and front guard removal). Otherwise everything fits. Skyline model = BCNR33 Wheel diameter = 18 in Wheel width = 10.5 in Wheel offset = +15 mm Tyre and size = 295/30/R18 AD08Rs Modifications to fit = Adjusted suspension. Lower and camber, front and rear. As said above, you will need to run slightly more camber than you would in a street car.
  10. Hi SAU, Have a practically new set of 295/30/R18 tyres. Only one tyre was mounted to check clearance, car never even rolled. Looking $1520 ONO ($380 each) for the four tyres. Not selling individually! Purchased in hopes of using them on my car, however required cutting side skirts (front), removing guard liners, and rolling rear guards. All of which I want to avoid. Purchased as a gamble in terms of fitment, bought on a whim, my loss your gain. OFFERS WELCOME, though I do want to get the money I lost on them. Again, new, never been driven on, with only one tyre being mounted for test fit. Feel free to ask any questions. Tyre located in 'City of Casey' area. For reference, my rims are 18x10.5 +15. Car is an R33 GT-R. Cheers
  11. Sorry forgot to post prices for carbon parts. Ducts are $250 for the pair GT Wing stands and bases are $100 for everything
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