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  1. For what it's worth, I have seen a few L28 swapped R32 GTSt in Japan. Now I dont know the specifics, just viewed them in passing in several magazines. To be honest I'm not 100% sure what the point is with this type of swap but sort of cool from an old school engine build deal.
  2. Or that, Haha. Coilovers are probably best, but depends on your budget
  3. There are Nismo struts available from say RHDJapan.com or Nengun.com Probably your best bet unless you can find a set in good shape used.
  4. I would always assume differences between generations of a vehicle. I know with the R32 GTSt there are a couple components that are shared with a Z32 Fairlady, such as brakes and I believe tie rod ends.
  5. I swapped my ignitor out for a Z32 ignitor in my Skyline. Required repinning the harness' on both ends, or more accurately swapping the connectors side to side from the stock RB wiring. I'm sort of surprised the RB in the Cefiro is that different unless it's closer to the very early RB20 "redtops" from the R31 Skylines.
  6. https://www.wiringspecialties.com/rb20det-ignitor-chip-connector/ 6 pin connector https://www.wiringspecialties.com/rbigchco.html 7 pin connector These guys are great, based out of Connecticut
  7. Actually the gold GT badges were an option from the factory. You could get a gold Skyline emblem, Gold GT Badge and gold model badge as well.
  8. For reference this is the exhaust. From the Yahoo auctions listing
  9. Does anyone know much about this company? I know they're long out of business but theres very little information in English out there. I see the Miata and RX7 guys seem to like them but theres not much more than that.
  10. Well give it another start and let it get warmed up and check again, it's probably a different problem but the fuel COULD have evaporated out of the line
  11. Hey guys, So where I live in the US we've recently had a big uptick in car thefts as my state just made it so juveniles are no longer being punished as adults for grand theft auto. Because of this and other security reasons I was thinking of using some sort of RFID system to immobilize the starter through the ignition system so the car can't be started without the RGID fob or perhaps more classy, a ring. I've had some big issues in the past with aftermarket alarm systems and I'd prefer not to use anything like that here. Does anyone have any experience with this or this type of system that might be able to get me started?
  12. When we the last time the engine ran?
  13. Eitherway, you should either have a small puddle or you'll smell fuel residue Mine youd have to crank the engine and put the peddle to the floor to "catch" the engine or it would die and you have to crank it for an extended period (15 seconds or so)
  14. Actually I had a similar problem. Itd cold start fine but then hot start like crap. Is your car running very rich? Do you smell excess fuel when it does start? My issue ended up being the fuel pressure damper at the front of the rail (read: against the firewall. RB rails feed from the firewall and exit through the front and the fuel pressure regulator). The diaphragm had failed and fuel was being forced through the vacuum lines and into the intake before the throttlebody. Pull this line off and see if there's an fuel in it.
  15. I'm Dan and I have a 92 GTSt Type M from Connecticut. Mechanic by trade and spent a lot of years in the performance world. Still learning about these cars but I'm always happy to jump on and help if someone needs the assistance! My car for reference! In the process of doing a "Type MR" conversion which was an extremely limited run of GTSt made by the Kanagawa Dealer for the 35th Anniversary of the Skyline. It was essentially a standard GTSt with a GTR grille, hood and rear wing with a special badge on the trunk but otherwise unmodified. Apparently it was limited to 200 cars.
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