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  1. I agree it’s likely dirty crud that’s made it’s way back to the tank via the fuel return. The fuel pump holder/pickup baffle thingy is plastic. The only metal in there is the pump and wiring and clamps. I’d do the same as BK suggested. Take it out, clean it, flush out the fuel lines and replace the fuel filter. Maybe double check it is a plastic GTR tank. 32 GTST tank is steel and I know people have fit GTR tanks into 32 GTST but I’m not certain if the GTST tank fits in a GTR, but it might.
  2. Cool thread and history. I guess I didn’t quite make the old school list 😢 but I was briefly an SDU member and I certainly feel old... I think I joined sau in 2002, maybe late in the year. i’m passing through to give thanks to our son of rajab and creator Prank. He built (and kept running) this place. I learned so much here and met so many great people, many of which are close friends to this day. Thanks Prank. ❤️ For those wondering I do still have a GTR and like all good ones it spends most of its time in the garage... I see my good buddy blitz has checked in above. He’s been a close friend now for more than 15 years, we have shared so many good times. Shonen has remained one of my close friends, plus he had the raddest 34GTT forever ago. brisby and I have caused mischief all over the world together and he still has the worlds best 32 GTST. I’ll probably forget some names but there’s a whole cast of friends I made here in Duncan, Kel, fatz, 31silhouette, bobbyporsche, merli, dan, dif, shell, Dave, tosh, steveN1, russ, mark, stretch and more. Thanks again PranK.
  3. Richard Contact me when you see this I have been waiting since last year for my parts.

  4. Richard - where did you go?? we miss you!

  5. yep spot on mate. to that list you need to add some injectors, fuel pump, Z32 AFM, good exhaust, front mount intercooler and a decent clutch. and yes it'll be more responsive with a 2530 but no where near the top end hit of the old TD06. probably a faster road car though but less fun on track.
  6. no they don't. they don't have OBD. they have consult instead which is a old nissan proprietary type of OBD and not compatible with any OBD devices.
  7. yes almost certainly you need to top up your power steering fluid (in the engine bay). try that.
  8. lol. better lock your door tonight woo! I'm fired up!!!
  9. nitto might well be Not Independent of Toyo Tyres Ok
  10. no shit hence the example! don't make me suffocate you with a tenga egg...
  11. daihatsu a division of toyota? nitto and toyo not the same thing? next time your messenger comes bringing info... shoot him! PS toyota own half of daihatsu but they are separate companies. nitto vs toyo on the other hand is more like comparing LEXUS to Toyota. as in nitto (just like lexus) is a made up 'brand' to market their products in another country.
  12. as much as i love kimi (and I do), he is not coming back to F1 ever. he's way too fat and also doesn't really seem to care anymore. plus I highly doubt he wants to go from the whole paddock sucking his finnish sausage to being just another b-grade driver at a b-grade team...
  13. yeah no problem driving with the new cooler.
  14. or perhaps build this if off road is more your thing.
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