White GTS-T

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About White GTS-T

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    92 R32 GTS-T
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    Tim

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  1. A minor, yet not insignificant update. I sold my early model hand controller for the Power FC and bought a new EL hand controller for next to no difference. It was nice to do something for the car. Hopefully this will be the impetus required to get the ball rolling again
  2. I've been wanting to do a 6258 on a stock manifold for a responsive setup for a while now. Maybe I should just bite the bullet...
  3. Geoff did say in the EFR thread, that they can weld a T3 fitting in house prior to ceramic coating and shipping if need be. That is on a T25 fitted 6258/6758. You'd have to purchace through FullRace though.
  4. You're correct. Green is the oil feed and red is the oil return.
  5. Am I missing something, why are they so cheap, left overs from WTAC?
  6. I have a Midori Seibi Hicas lock kit to suit R32 if you're interested? I bought them brand new and they were only fitted for
  7. PM sent
  8. The 'white' car is still 'white'. It has been sitting idle for months now. The GT-R guards are still sitting on the front, but I underestimated how much they flare out around the side skirt mounting. There's no way you could run Type-M side skirts and have it look half decent. I have brand new (in box) GT-R Bee-R sideskirts for it, but they will be the same around the rear mounting. I think I'm going to have to go back to finding/running standard panels and just lip/roll the fark out of them.
  9. If it's running Redline lightweight shockproof gear oil, which the colour would suggest, you might want to look at extending the gearbox breather hose as their 'new' formula, tends to foam up and travel up the breather.
  10. Thanks for sharing. Apologies if I missed it, but what line of work did you say you were in, if you don't mind me asking?
  11. https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQCIZ1_0stLdp8lGjusR0GKDgEjLpp7fFZxYa71rubxXnP6S3LmRSVQbh9E When it has been almost two years and you still haven't driven your car.
  12. On any motor that spins clockwise, yes there are some that don't, the timing belt should be fitted in an anticlockwise direction, starting at the crankshaft. This leaves all the slack on the belt at the tensioner, where you need it. Then, always be sure to turn the crankshaft two revolutions and recheck the timing marks and belt tension. Please note though, that the marks on the actual belt won't line up again after turning the motor over. This is due to the relationship of teeth on the cam and crank gears aw they are a hunting gear set. Just be sure that the camshaft and crankshaft makes line up and you're good to go.
  13. Chase kit for reference.
  14. Just be aware that a tap will 'cut' a new thread, whereas a thread chaser will 'clean' the thread.