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  1. /\ You should usually keep the pipe the same size as the compressor outlet until the intercooler
  2. You really need 12 turbos, one for each intake valve if you want power and response
  3. What parts do you have from the 330 setup?
  4. Vee is atmo, dual is atmo, plumb back or 50/50, if the car is pretty std and runs an afm you really want plumb back, if that's the case why change the std bov
  5. OS88 is the 6 speed sequential, not a gear kit for a standard box. OS does a push/pull converter for the 33 box which would be the easiest way to do it. The gear kit works with the factory gearbox parts.
  6. Plenty using BC or OZ with 10kg springs on the front, can put the 8s that were on the front on the rear if needed.
  7. I generally don't hear from anyone running it on the street, all track cars. It doesn't look like it's going to happen in NZ, Gull says they'll consider putting in new tanks with new stations as the cost of upgrading existing stations is too high, saying that they've just built a new one at Millwater which didn't get it. It's a circle, they're not making more available as there's not enough demand, and there's not enough demand because there's not enough available FFS.
  8. The NEO cam doesn't have the right drive for the early alloy type R33 CAS? If it's got the alloy CAS it's not a NEO head or someone has put a 26 EX cam in it which would be unlikely. If it's a late S2 plastic type forget the top line. They would've just swapped the intake for everything else.
  9. If you're changing the pistons you could sort the compression and keep the neo head
  10. I'd check the cam timing as above, also what's the ignition timing doing through the range. It sounds timing related.
  11. The coppermix single is an awesome clutch around that power but for the extra $ just get the twin
  12. Check with GReddy or whoever you're getting them from, they usually give a guide of what size wheel
  13. Surprising you can't get something, R33 fits R34 GTT
  14. According to my info the 34GTR rad is different to GTT, haven't seen the 34GTR type so not sure what is different
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