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robin schembri

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About robin schembri

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    mr gold
  • Birthday August 8

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    Male
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    melbourne
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    skylines

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    r34 gtt
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    robin

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  1. You must remember if your upgrading your head bolts and the torque on the bolts are greater than the old ones you will put your cylinders bores out of round slightly. this may lead to other problems
  2. Oil pump is RB 25 stock, rebuilt will reemax billet gear set price drop to $400
  3. Not quiet sure think it's standard, it's at the work shop i will give them a ring and find out.
  4. Also have a billet geared oil pump if anyone is interested rebuilt only done 8000 klms $500 with reemax billet gears
  5. For sale is a RB 25 neo rotating assembly, custom cp pistons with ceramic coating, nitto H beam rods with arp 2000 bolts and stock crank fitted with a nitto crank collar, cleaned and grub screwed micro polished and balanced with the rods and pistons all work done by racepace motorsport, only done 8000 klms removed from engine as going a stroker, all in top condition can be confirmed by racepace motorsport. price $2000 contact me for pictures as having problems downloading them.
  6. Want to buy a stroker kit 86.5mm for my RB 25 rb28
  7. after a set of r34 gtr rear axles
  8. WTB r34 GTR seats any condition
  9. Your going to be pushing to get to 600 whp with that turbo,i had the gtx 3076 gen 2 and maxed it out at around 520 whp with a .83 rear housing on e85 pushing around 24 psi, just put a g35 900 on and makes the 600 whp with ease and hardly any more lag than the gtx 3076 gen 2, these new g series are a game changer.
  10. Good to see you persisted and now you're getting the handle of it, now you get my last comment I chirp the wheels all the time just to get the thing moving, on the flat its fine but once you take off on a incline its more challenging, great to see you didn't bag the clutch its just what it is.mines a ceramic clutch which can handle a lot more heat, I use mine down the strip so I needed something to handle the launches.
  11. unfortunately with this sort of clutch you have to be aggressive with them, meaning you have to get the revs up or you will stall it every time.i have the same problem with mine as they get warmer they grab instantly. but I had no option as I was needing something to handle lots of grunt,i am use to it now but you get a few funny looks from some people as you take off.
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