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About Jhare413

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  1. Yea honestly I don’t love them either, but with a bunch of people selling them for around $1000 with almost new tires. Seemed like it might be a really easy way to get a thick tire setup on the v35
  2. Hey, My friend is looking to get some wider wheels for his v35 for pretty cheap and is looking at the new mustang gt wheels. As far as I can tell the specs are: Front: 19x8.5 +42.5 (255/40/19) Rear: 19x9.5 +52 (275/40/19) Centre bore: 70.3mm Stud size: 14mm x 1.5 Honestly I don’t know much about wheel fitment, and I’ve tried looking through the wheel fitment thread but there’s hundreds of pages. Has anybody tried this and know if there will be any clearance issues. I don’t think the width is an issue, but not sure about the high offset of the rears. I believe the stock wheels for the v35 are: Centre bore: 66mm Stud size: 12mm x 1.25 Can someone who knows more tell me if this is a problem? Will we just be able to use the stock Lug nuts from the v35 for the gt wheels? Cheers
  3. Hey mate, are you still doing these? If so, how much are they?
  4. Looking for a fuel flap in BP9 in good condition, since my car came with a black one. Message on here or txt 0449 013 045
  5. Came on my R34 GTT when I purchased it in March. Will probably fit any fork type suspension skyline, however fronts sat very low and even at the highest setting on my R34, hence why I changed the suspension. Would only really recommend putting on R33 GTR. - 16 levels of dampening force adjustment (compression & rebound) - Ride Height Adjustable - 4kg springs front and back - Aus spec - softer valving than Jap spec (good for Australian roads) - Very good condition with no leaks or knocks Installed by previous owner in November 2018 at 131 500 km. I upgraded to MCA coilovers in April at 136 700km. Have been sitting in my garage since then. Front P/N: QEN68-Z1531 Rear P/N: QEN69-Z1531 Asking $1000 Message me on here or txt 0449 013 045
  6. Looking for a stock bov, in as good condition as possible. Located Sydney
  7. Cheers for your help guys, and I think I've made my decision, I'm going for the MCA Street Performance. I contacted Heasmans and asked about getting Bilstein shocks (B6) and king springs. They've quoted me $1950 for the shocks ($1331), installation ($484) and an allignment ($132). Then I would have to supply the springs (about $340 for kings) and my own strut tops as well, since my car currently has coilovers. Or I could go for the MCA Street Performance, which would be about $2100 delivered, and install these myself. From what I've read these should outperform the Bilstein/king setup, unless that is paired with the custom valving and other suspension components that are included in SKs suspension package, and maybe upgraded to Eibach springs. I didn't want to spend about the $3k that it would cost to properly do that setup so I'm going with the MCAs.
  8. I think for now I'm just going to go for the bilstein/king springs, but thanks anyway, you've given me more to think about. I have contacted Heasmans and asked about this setup to see what they recommend running it with and to get a price, but am still waiting for a reply.
  9. Alright, cheers man, I did see that the ones he had in his group buy were the Whiteline springs, but as far as I can tell now they are discontinued and Kings were the next best. I did also have a brief look at the MCA's that a lot of people recommend on here, but I'm trying not to spend too much so I was going for the cheaper option, but I was wondering how the MCA Street Essentials compare to the bilstein/kings? The fact that the bilstein/kings aren't defectable is also a bonus, so for now I am leaning towards that setup.
  10. Hey guys, I recently bought a 1998 R34 GTT Coupe, and it has come with some Tein Super Street coilovers (P/N QEN68-Z1531 at the front and QEN69-Z1531 at the rear), which just don't fit the car properly, it sits too low in the front and can't be raised any more. This means that the car scrapes on every bump in the road and even on moderate cornering. As far as I can tell, these coilovers are designed for an R33 GTR?? So I am planning on changing them out for Bilstein shocks and King springs, which I have been doing a bunch of reading about Sydneykid's group buy back in about 2006 I think. Seems like a really good street/occasional track setup for a daily driver. Just wanted to check that it's still a good setup nowadays for the money. Also, I noticed that Sydneykid said that the ones he sold were individually valved for each sale: "Yes Daniel, I have specified revalving for the Bislteins to suite the spring and bar rates I have chosen." So I'm wondering if I will need to get my Bilsteins revalved as well? Additionally, I have read on the group buy that the Bilstein shocks are height adjustable by circlips? But I'm not quite sure what this means and if it is specific to the Sydneykid group buy, or if all Bilstein shocks are height adjustable. If I am aiming for approximately the 350mm front and 340mm rear (wheel centre to guard) that is recommended in the group buy, will the Bilstein shocks and kings springs around that? Sorry for asking so many questions, any help is appreciated, cheers.
  11. Looking to buy a fairly stock and clean R34 GTT manual coupe. Located in Sydney, NSW, but can travel and will consider other states.
  12. So does this mean I would have to get stock suspension for the blue slip if I don’t want to ruin the suspension that’s on there? Does everybody have to do this for defect clearances and such?
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