R377

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  1. Unless you track the car i don't think you need an oil cooler. I would keep an eye on the temps and maybe upgrade to alumin radiator if needed
  2. Thanks for the replies guys. I have a series 2 r33 gts-t which i thought were all ABS ? Actually just googling not all have ABS like i thought.... Mine does not have ABS. I haven't touched it but maybe somebody else did. The front right does lockup before both front lock up. I have played around the ride height abit but not tracked it or driven it in anger yet... I wear normal sneakers that are worn on the soles. I also had a play around in the garage wearing crocs as same as the sneaker - not much grip but a thinner sole. I have standard pedals. I have just installed the evo brembo front and rear kit 350mm f and r
  3. Just starting to do a few track days. My track has 3 long straights followed by hairpins so i dont' wanna be diff locking all time. With the heel and toe technique - Ive got a r33 gts-t with evo brembo front and rear. The brakes are so good, it only takes a light touch at the top to get it to stop. My accelerator pedal is much lower down than the brake so im having big problems with heel and toe to downchange gears (im not even getting it close) I was going to put a layer or two on the accelerator pedal to try and the get the same sort of height, but even with this the brakes are heaps sensitive. Any suggestions ? thanks
  4. Just starting to do a few track days. My track has 3 long straights followed by hairpins so i dont' wanna be diff locking all time. With the heel and toe technique - Ive got a r33 gts-t with evo brembo front and rear. The brakes are so good, it only takes a light touch at the top to get it to stop. My accelerator pedal is much lower down than the brake so im having big problems with heel and toe to downchange gears (im not even getting it close) I was going to put a layer or two on the accelerator pedal to try and the get the same sort of height, but even with this the brakes are heaps sensitive. Any suggestions ? thanks
  5. I use my bmx gloves or am now onto my wife's horse riding gloves - comfy and light for $8 at arlingtons.
  6. im not an expert but i bleed my brakes every track event and change oil every second event
  7. Bump for rear diffuser to suit Nissan Skyline R33 gts-t. So both GTR and gts-t will fit but may take a little bit of mods to make it fit ? Q1 - I am not into it for looks, i want it strictly for function on a track. What sort of reduction in lap times will a rear diffuser produce ? Q2 - Where are ppl buying these from ? I don't really want to spend over a grand on a good genuine one
  8. possible upgrade on the front going from 235 to 255 https://www.wheel-size.com/calc/?wheel1=235-40-18X9.5ET15&wheel2=255-35-18X9.5ET22&fcl=50mm&scl=50mm&wcl=30mm&sr=0mm
  9. Didn't research properly - first plugs was for stock car. Now trying ngk bcpr7es
  10. thanks for the reply - so both are correct fitting options ? Either would work ? thanks
  11. Are they worth about $300 new ?
  12. Bump for this thread. We have a 3.5L 2007 v36 sedan skyline and looking for spark plugs DE is regular and HR is direct injection (350z with VQ35HR) Went to autobahn and there were two options NGK LFR5AIX-11 Irridium @ $25 each lasts 60k and Platinum PLFR5A-11 @ $33 each rated for 100k. That last plug was to suit 03-07 Nissan 350Z. Not sure which plug to go for ?
  13. I am not sure about this debate. I used to love 1JZ motors. I have known a few to have gone bang and alot of RB25 unopened making 300-360rwkw still living after 20 yrs
  14. Just saw a 370z - UpRev Tuned with 5 encoded maps Tuned @ 221.6 RWKW + X-Force Cat Back Exhaust + Berk High Flow Cat + K&N Drop-ins. Manual. that would be approx 275kw-280kw at the flywheel. Not bad for a 245kw stocky
  15. Thats a huge MPH - i always thought low to mid 120s would be a high 10