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rb30gtr

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About rb30gtr

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    Ageing Godzilla tragic
  • Birthday 03/14/1983

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    Sydney, Inner West
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    R32 GTR's

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    1994 R32 GTR
  • Real Name
    Ben

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  1. rb30gtr

    Why?

    The age of facebook being preference is surely dying. I find it a very hard place to take things seriously purely due to those reasons you mention. And I agree content quality is far better on SAU.
  2. rb30gtr

    Why?

    The age of facebook being preference is surely dying. I find it a very hard place to take things seriously purely due to those reasons you mention. And I agree content quality is far better on SAU.
  3. rb30gtr

    Why?

    hahahaha, if only they didn't come factory with hoon bars. What ever would we do.
  4. Keep an eye on the engine oil and coolant level just in case it is head-gasket, although thinking niZmO-Man is on point, turbo off time.
  5. rb30gtr

    Why?

    Too soon man
  6. rb30gtr

    Why?

    hahaha this whole thread is great.
  7. Most certainly, getting rarer...and more expensive to buy
  8. My current 2-3 year running cost = Zero other than basic normal and expected maintenance.. 'cough' it did need a new head but that was from the previous owners lack of maintenance and no changing the timing belt policy..ever... R32 GTR in stock or stockish form is the most reliable of the whole fleet!
  9. Nice, I'll be following this one! What turbo combo are you going for? Oh and what are your plans with the p/s reservoir?
  10. It's actually easier to take the lines off otherwise you end up bending them around and if they are old/original like mine were they may be brittle, there are good videos/threads on removing the turbos available. It's a bit of a ball ache but can be done. I ended up putting braided lines back on mine, but regret heavily not doing exhaust manifolds and dump pipes. So if you are getting elbow deep into GTR turbo's I'd suggest going in with a plan and parts. All gaskets, new turbo's, exhaust manifolds with studs and metal gaskets, braided line kit or new lines, dump pipes of good quality and new oil drain hoses. You could get all the mech parts second hand as most people just go single turbo so there are heaps of Turbo/dump/manifolds available with low mileage to save cash.
  11. Very similar, they are Mamba turbos. So non bb cartridges wich would be the only real downside other than the size for the 2.6. Be interesting to see them on a 3.0+
  12. Engine - Stock Rb26 Bottom end Head - Tomeii type b poncams & tomeii adjustable cam gears. Brian Crower springs, supertec valves and guides Turbo's - Twin factory mounted TD05-18g's, billet wheels with billet actuators Brain - Nistune, turbosmart eboost street Exhaust - Stock ex manifolds and dumps, Nismo front pipes then high-flow cat to 3.5 inch exhaust straight through to cannon Fuel and supply - 98 PULP, 1170 xspurt injectors, nismo fpr, 450lt/hr pump Intake/Cold side - Nismo AFM's, stock everything else stock including airbox, intercooler, blow off valves, piping and inlet mani 352kw's at the tyres on 19psi. Quite laggy but not as bad as expected, full boost hits just under 5k, 5 degrees adv on inlet cam, 2 on exhaust picked up heaps of mid-range. Very happy with the result, Mark from MRC worked his magic again, I was very nervous about those turbos, the stock airbox and exhaust manis/dumps but all and all it's great! I'll post a graph up shortly.
  13. Reverse economics V's Australian utilities (roads, power etc) ? Or will prices creep back up until they are 3 times now that it's privatised?
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