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34GeeTeeTee last won the day on January 16 2018

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About 34GeeTeeTee

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    Wootten Racing
  • Birthday 11/01/1982

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    Newcastle

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    R34 GTT Race Car, Ford Ranger
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    Mat

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  1. Yeah i retained the GTT rear bumper but everything should line up! Check with Freddy to be safe though!
  2. You heard correctly! 🤪 Top Stage +50mm GTT fenders. You can contact Freddy through his website or Facebook page and he will sort you out!
  3. SAU Nickname: 34GeeTeeTeeCar Make and Model: Nissan R34 GTTCircuit Name: Wakefield Park RacewayLap time: 1.02.4 (Natsoft)Modifications: Basic bolt on gear as per build thread.Engine: Racepace built RB28NEOPower: EFR 8374 on gate springs - Power detuned to approx 400rwkwSuspension: MCA Red - 14kg front 8kg rear combo - Whiteline Swaybars F 24mm on mid setting + R 22mm on stiffest setting. Tyres: Hankook Z221 in 295/30/18 Brakes: Alcon 365mm front, Alpha Omega 350mm rear setup
  4. You will love it! Can't wait to run mine with the new 2.8L engine! It was good on the 2.5L but will be amazing one the 2.8 :D
  5. Might try get the 180 ready for this and come make an ass of myself
  6. Yep, most of it is stuff i should have done a long time ago! Coming soon with the pics mate! It does have billet bits in it! If anyone was dumb enough to do that it would be me 🤣
  7. Quick update - Apparently the engine is back from the machine shop and will begin assembly soon i believe... Whilst the car has been off the track i have had the time to do a lot of maintenance which has been much needed! Front Pads and new rotor rings. New steering rack bushes Front wheel bearings Front Kingpin bearings (Front right was shot causing tyre failures) New clutch slave and braided line Clutch freshened up MCA Red suspension serviced and modified New injectors and fuel pumps (Just changing for safety) New Hankook Z221 rubber on all 4 corners Fresh Motul oils in gearbox and diff This list will keep getting longer but it makes sense to get it all done while i have it apart as we plan on doing more track days than ever over the next few years! We will be doing as many events as we can afford! Ill take some pics and update when i get time!
  8. Might be able to make this! Will see if i have an engine by then...
  9. Hankook Z221 in medium will last me over a year thrashing and still perform even when worn! The last set i ran from late 2016 to the end of 2017 which i worked out was probably 300-400 laps... Same tyres still did a 1.39 at EC and then blew a front the next session lol.... A mate is importing container loads of the ZESTINO tyres and getting good reviews, ill be testing their competition Semi Slick in April at this stage which is between a slick and semi... They also do the street semis which are cheap and apparently comparable to the Z222 from Hankook... Main thing is,. they are CHEAP! I think his page is K Racing on Facebook but if anyone wants more info just PM me and ill get you in contact!
  10. Overall condition was pretty good mate! Nothing sinister really! Just tired!
  11. Actually alignments is one of the few things i do trust shops for as i get mine done at Road2Race Chassis Tuning in West Gosford. Peter is a wealth of knowledge and extremely passionate when it comes to anything performance related! He is very much like Jez in terms of advice, its no bull straight up honesty
  12. Got good news from Jim Berry last night... Clutch is in good nick! The pads started at 8.05mm and after 4 years of abuse they are still only down to 7.95mm like new lol The only damage on the clutch is from the incompetent idiot mechanic that dropped it at a certain workshop and then covered it up so i would never know, when i removed the box about a year later i was shocked! This is why i do most of my own mechanical these days! Hard to find reliable workshops! I ground back the damage and cleaned it up and it still functional but one of the fingers was slightly bent so this has been repaired! I could get a whole new plate made but there is no need! Should be good for another few years at least! So clean, machine and good to go again!
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