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About Hcr32typem

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  1. Hcr32typem

    They couldnt look anymore sunken than the stock GTSt wheels eh. I appreciate the help! These cars arent that well known yet here so it can be quite a pain digging up info
  2. Hcr32typem

    How much of an issue do you think that might be?
  3. Hcr32typem

    How do you mean?
  4. Hcr32typem

    I think they look great and could open up a relatively cheap option for us US guys for some good 17 inch wheels. Does anyone know what the bore hole size on the Evo wheels might be?
  5. Hcr32typem

    Has anyone ever put Evo 9 wheels on there R32? I have an R32 GTSt and i have some access to a set of Evo9 wheels relatively cheap. Here in the states R32 GTR wheels are far and few between and expensive when you do find them. Same with R33 GTR wheels. As far as i can tell the stock R32 GTR wheels are 16x8 +38 offset, while these Evo 9 wheels are 17x8 +38 so i dont see why they wont fit but maybe someone knows something i dont? I had a friend do a quick photoshop with Evo VII wheels and Evo IX wheels.
  6. Hcr32typem

    Are you talking about the tachometre? If youve replaced all that it could be whatever sensor sends that data to the gauge cluster. Does the car run badly or anything?
  7. +1! I havent had the guts to start prying on those pins haha
  8. The automatic may make it more of a project but for what its worth, theres a company here in the states that make wiring harnesses for various engine swaps into all sorts of Nissans including the R32 Skyline. Www.wiringspecialties.com
  9. Exactly! Haha. I found the idle to be a little more all over the place and honestly the clutch was a lot more touchy. Its great on a race track but not so much on the streets. That said a lot of people dont mind driving a lightened flywheel
  10. Well theoretically a heavy OEM flywheel will want to stay in motion longer. A lightweight flywheel should change the rpm response but it can also have an effect on idle. Im assuming this wasnt someone you knew? I think thats an odd thing to have happen personally haha.
  11. Its hard to tell without having them side by side and i dont know anyone in the area with an rb25
  12. I hope its something easily fixed man!
  13. Definitely an issue with wiring. The fuel pump sounds like its losing voltage and isnt supplying enough fuel which is causing a leanout condition. Whether that wiring issue is an error or a burned or meltes harness you really need to go through and check everything.
  14. So ive noticed on a few images of the RB25 engine that the crossover pipe to the throttlebody has the bypass valve mounted sideways on the pipe versus the RB20 engine that has a flange mounted upright on it. Does anyone know if these pipes are interchangable or if the flanges are even the same? I have an HKS SSQV on my 92 GTSt and while it DOES clear the hood its extremely close and if possible id like to use an rb25 crossover pipe. Anyone heard of this or done it themselves?
  15. I would expect that with those mods you would need a tune. Ive been told by some people that the stock fuel pressure regulator can deliver normal pressure even with an uprated fuel pump but im not sure thats actually true.