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  1. 1998 r34 nissan skyline gtt One of the cleanest examples in aus just giving a quick run through the car is mainly stock besides genuine blitz return flow intercooler, Apexi pod filter and japsmart exhaust (have stock exhaust and airbox) these are rising in price especially in this condition not 1 drop of oil anywhere on the car can provide photos of underneath, Looking for $28,000 with rwc and rego negotiable to genuine buyer apon inspection NOT NEGOTIABLE OVER MESSAGE Genuine 86,600kms car reflects low kms Factory sunroof Factory manual Black paint job with purple pearl Factory optioned nismo suspension Will come on z32 wheels car is located in cranbourne, Melbourne send me a message if your interested 0477566212 Car is only advertised here not on gumtree or carsales yet
  2. My current project car is a '92 Supercharged MX5, I've been building it over the past 5 years but sadly its time to move on. Like most, my dream car is an R34, a GTR will always be out of my price range but I would certainly be happy with a GTT. I'd decided the MX5 would be stripped and sold in September when the insurance expires and then start the search for a clean R34. I wouldnt be a true car enthusiast if i wasn't already looking for cars on the interweb with this decision in mind. My fingers were starting to hurt after refreshing various selling and auction sites here and Japan too often. One car I kept being drawn back to was a white Series 2. It ticked all the boxes for what i was looking for, except it was the facelift front bumper that was preventing me from looking deeper into the details. So i messaged the seller and asked for a few more details and photos, very quick responses and the amount of photos asked on request was overwhelming. Was it worth the 7hr round trip to go look at it, to potentially not like it? If it was as clean as it was in the photos, something major must have had been up with it if i was to walk away. Luckily this wasn't the case, infact the car was even better in person. After a test drive and a good poke around i really couldnt fault the car except for a knock on the driver side rear. So with an offer made he accepted and I drove away extremely happy! The 170ish mile drive home was faultless and i look forward to digging in and putting my own stamp on it. It would have been rude to not get some photos, especially with the MX5 Nissan Skyline R34 GTT Series 2 RB25DET NEO 6 Manual Transmission Imported in 2016 by IBE Cars in Huddersfield,UK Resprayed in original Pearl White in 2017 Its stock except for a custom turbo back exhaust, HKS mushroom filter and aftermarket stereo
  3. R34 GTT Window Rubber/Seal/Moulding/Glazing Replacement? Hi guys I'm busy trying to restore my R34 GTT to immaculate condition. I want to replace the rubber seal that goes on the windscreen at the bottom. I looks dried up from the sun and caused it to warp and break. I've attached photos. I would like to know where I can get my hands on something like this as I would like to replace it. Also, on the driver and passenger window upper seals, there seems to be a line of glue that was left behind from previous owners putting wind deflector/visor guards on it. How would I get this off the rubber? Also, there seems to be a huge gap between the rubber and the frame. Is that normal on R34s? Could I just replace it? And how would you restore all the rubber seals so it looks brand new? Thanks
  4. Hey SAU, Thought it was about time that I started a thread for my build which has been happening over the last 3-4 years I think. There have been some set backs and some highs/lows as pretty much every person has probably experienced. THE BEGINNING I purchased the car with the help of Iron Chef Imports. Fresh from Japan and the exact colour that I wanted. The car is a R34 GTT Series 2 (2000 model), it was imported with just over 90,000km on the clock and a few little imperfections. I was pretty happy because the price was reasonable and it also came with a complete set of SE37 rims, which can fetch a good penny. The ownership didn't get off to a great start, as the car was imported and took roughly 9 months until it was finally in my hands. It sat at the compliance shop for around 6-7 months of that time as I waited and waited. This was probably the most stressful part of the ownership of this car. To know that the car was only a few hours away from me and just sitting locked up for so long was a killer. Iron Chef did as much as they could but unfortunately there was some sticky situation going on at compliance which meant it couldn't be released to me. So there it sat gather dust. Finally the day came and I was told to go and pick the car up and pretty much GTFO, I had my Aunty and Uncle pick the car up for me and they had an argument with the owner at the shop as the car was received with bald tyres and headlights that didn't work. They had been audited during that 6-7 months and blamed it on me because they thought I was complaining with the compliance registry place. I went up to Sydney and picked the car up and finally it was at home. Just in time for me to head off to NZ for 4 months for work haha. Took a snap before putting it in the garage and packing her away for another 4 months. Met some awesome people over in NZ and managed to meet up with a SAU member Adam. He was nice enough to drive over and pick me up from the hotel and we went on a cruise with some like-minded people. Everyone was very welcoming, took a fair few photos. Below are a couple. After returning from NZ, the build and collection of parts begins. Creating a new post for that part.
  5. Custom gauge fit R34 GTT only! Hey guys, I've been requested to do a DIY on the gauge install in my GTT. ill try to include as much info as possible!! BTW i don't take any responsibility for anyone's attempts and if you damage anything you have no one but yourself to blame. Now, We've all seen setups when the aftermarket gauges are just jammed in, honestly that would drive me up the wall. To remove the factory gauge cover holder - pop out center vents located under factory gauges, use a plastic popping tool not a screwdriver. unplug hazard light - two screws hold the gauge pod in, after undoing these you can lift the unit and you'll find one connector for all three gauges - on the inside, two screws hold the gauges inside the pod Once separated this is what you're left with - Remove the 6 screws on the front to take off the plastic cover - I cant remember how many screws hold the actual gauges, remove them all - Now that its separated, this is whats left. - Next step is to pull the aftermarket gauges apart. These are shadow (defi copy) 60mm - Using a tiny flat blade, had to bend out the bezel edge so the face could be removed Bezel, Glass and gauge pulled apart 60mm gauges are a snug fit, all i did was align, pressure fit all three and hot glue holds it all together Power, Earth, ACC and Illumination all can be tapped from original harness from memory To finish it off, i ordered a new plastic face from Nissan. think it was about $40 AUD Final Assembly! Enjoy!
  6. The project is now sold and I have 8.5 years worth of parts to clear. Most parts come from an R34 GTT automatic sedan 1998. May suit other similar vehicles. All parts located in Melbourne in Pascoe Vale South VIC (near Essendon). Unless otherwise indicated all parts are used and were working when removed, however have been sitting for several years now. Please inspect carefully on pickup. Caveat emptor. Here's the deal: - Selling in LOTS ONLY (see below) - PICK UP ONLY - Cash on pickup - Whatever hasn't cleared by the end of the month will go to the wreckers Please see PHOTOS of parts here: https://bit.ly/R34parts . Sorry they are not super organised, there's parts everywhere... INTERESTED? Please PM me. BONUS: I'll be happy to sell everything except the semi slicks (= lots 2-16) for $1k if someone wants to start a Skyline parts service... ^^^ Click to view album! ... LOT 1 - GREAT SEMI SLICKS TOYO R888R Toyo Proxes R888R 225/45ZR17 (91W UTQG 100) x4 Mounted on R34 GTT stock wheels 17X7.5", painted in satin black - These are an amazing track tyre, very predictable on the limit and great heat characteristics. - Lots of meat left: Tread depth 3.96-4.06mm (vs. 5mm new). They've seen about 4-5 track days - Date of manufacture: Week 18/2015 - Tyres bought new late 2015, cost $1,600 inc. wheels ASKING $990 ... LOT 2 - OP6 TURBO R34 GTT stock OP6 turbo unmodified - Was running around 200rwkw when removed - Removed working at ~127,000kms in late 2013 - Great for R34 GT, other Nissan engines or highflow ASKING $250 ... LOT 3 - RACING HARNESS Sparco Cinturo 4-point racing harness - Manufactured April 2014 - Seen about 10 track days ASKING $100 ... LOT 4 - RB25DET NEO HEAD STUDS ARP+STOCK - ARP 202-4301 head studs, bought and installed in late 2016, used for about 3 months (new price $327.80 at Kudos) - Set of OEM head studs ASKING $150 ... LOT 5 - NEW SERVICE PARTS - $71 Castrol Edge 10W-60 full synthetic 5L - $38 Nulon premium long life coolant pre-mix 6L - $9 Castrol power steering fluid - $15 Ryco A360 air filter = $133 NEW at Supercheap. All except the air filter bought in 2018. ASKING $100 ... LOT 6 - R34 GTT STOCK EXHAUST PARTS - Exhaust system (dump, dump heat shield, midpipe, cat, muffler - no bolts) - O2 sensor (unknown condition) - Turbo heat shield Good for clearing defects perhaps. ASKING $100 ... LOT 7 - R34 GTT STOCK SUSPENSION PARTS - Swaybars front and rear (good upgrade for a GT) - Swaybar links and bushes (unknown condition) - Rear HICAS rack and arms x2 - Steering rack universal joint - Steering rack (leaking; needs new seal at steering column) - Suspension top hats x4 - Suspension top hat covers x2 - Suspension arms (most, some with Whiteline eccentric camber bushes) ASKING $150 ... LOT 8 - R34 GTT STOCK BRAKE PARTS - Brake lines x4 - Brake pedal auto - Front brake discs x2 (unknown meat left) - Rear brake discs x2 (unknown meat left) - Brake pad shims x4 and clips - R34 GTT brake booster with BM50 master cylinder - R34 GT brake booster with BM44 master cylinder - Boot centre brake light ASKING $150 More info about the brake boosters here: https://www.sau.com.au/forums/topic/468550-fs-r34-gtt-gt-brake-boosters-bm50-bm44-bmc-dba-t3-310mm-rotors-an10-hoses-r34r33-transmission-parts-mel/ ... LOT 9 - R34 GTT STOCK++ FUEL SYSTEM PARTS - Fuel regulator - Fuel pump - Walbro 255 fuel pump ASKING $100 ... LOT 10 - R34 GTT STOCK IGNITION PARTS - Coil pack cover - Coil pack harness - Coil packs x 20 maybe? (various conditions) ASKING $100 ... LOT 11 - R34 GTT STOCK ENGINE++ PARTS - Sidemount intercooler brackets x2 - PS steering cooling loop - Auto trans flex plate - Water pump and pulleys (removed at 150k service) - Engine mounts x2 - Gearbox mount x1 - Oil pressure sensor (unknown condition) - Oil heat exchanger (from near filter housing, unknown condition) - Fly wheel bolts x6 - Intake pipe - Engine cover - Engine cover bracket - Various heater hoses ASKING $100 ... LOT 12 - R34 GTT STOCK RADIATOR - Radiator - Radiator cap - Radiator cap, Trident ASKING $100 ... LOT 13 - R34 GTT STOCK DRIVELINE PARTS - Tail shaft front part (auto) - Diff centre VLSD (from auto) - Diff stub axles - Diff bushes x2 The VLSD is perhaps an upgrade for a non-LSD R200...? ASKING $100 ... LOT 14 - R34 GTT STOCK OTHER PARTS - Navigation unit lid (some scratches) - Xanavi navigation unit (won't work in Australia) - Xanavi navigation unit screen (uknown condition) - Rear vision mirror (cracked) - Coin tray (near steering column) - Lock nuts x4 - Wheel guard plastic lines (PROTECTOR-FR FE, 63843-15U00, new never used) - Front passenger door lock actuator (second hand, untested) ASKING $100 ... LOT 15 - ENGINE SWAP LEFTOVER PARTS These came mostly from the replacement RB25DET Neo with ~129k on it, which was in running condition with good compression. - Cam gear - Flex plate - Oil filter housing (broken) - Engine mount/s - Cam belt - Oil pressure sensor (unknown condition) - Oil filter housing heat exchanger (unknown condition) - Pipes and hoses, random - Intake manifold top half (with some heater hoses) - Intake manifold bottom half (with some heater hoses) - Cam covers Plus parts from my original, which blew at bottom end at ~156k - Clutch fan (unknown condition, some cracks in plastic around the base) - Intake cam (from original engine) - Exhaust cam (from original engine) - Exhaust manifold (from original engine, slightly heat deformed) - Exhaust manifold heat shield ASKING $150 ... LOT 16 - MISCELLANEOUS PARTS - Wheel nuts set (may not be Skyline?) - K&N air filter (needs a good clean) - BC Racing BR rear springs 5kg/mm x2 - Defi exhaust temp sensor (busted but good for cable & connector) - Defi exhaust temp sensor cable (new never used) - Aluminium catch can (very little use) - Saas hose clamp 64mm - Tridon radiator cap - AFMs x2 (orange label, pink label - unknown condition) - Intercooler rubber joiners x2 - Ignition noid light (new never used) - R33 GTS tail shaft rear part (coupe manual) - Oil sandwich plate for sensor/s (needs new rubber seal) - Oil and fuel hose lengths, miscellaneous ASKING $150 ... Thanks for looking!
  7. $200 firm. Nothing wrong with it at all, just a bit scratched and discoloured. Used for less than 7000km. Has an O2 sensor bung. Excellent cat that provides the best flow from a large body and 100 cell."304 GRADE STAINLESS STEEL3" INLET/OUTLET5" BODY 100CPSIDIRECT BOLT ONTO SUIT - NISSAN R34 GT-T Coupe (not really sure what else it fits)VENOM EXHAUST WORKS would like to introduce their bolt on range of High Flow Cats to suit Nissan Skyline R34 GT-Ts. This Bolt-on cat is our new 500 Series unit which comprises of a 5" Body Cat (3" in/out) with a 100CPSI substrate for uncompromised flow. It will bolt up to the R34 GT-T if the cat is in the factory position with 3" Pipework.The High Flow Cat on this piece is also our latest design where the metallic substrate, as well as being welded to the casing, is also welded along the inner edges for extra strength, helping to prevent core substrate shift. The piece is also made from 304 Grade Stainless for long lasting durability.Turbocharged cars are more sensitive to exhaust restrictions than their NA counterparts, so by replacing the factory catalytic converter on your Nissan with a high flow unit, the result will be an increase in power, increased boost pressure and response, as well as giving your car the ability to build more boost earlier in the rev range. The standard catalytic converter is only a 400CPSI design and features a ceramic substrate. Not only can it not flow the necessary amount to support higher power at efficient boost levels, the ceramic substrate is much weaker in design than a metal core cat.The 5" Body Cat listed here supports more flow and can withstand higher operating temperatures than the smaller 4.25" 400 Series Version, making it ideal for vehicles with more extensive modifications" Located SE VIC 0433543344
  8. Disclaimer, I don't excuse myself for my behavior. I'll split this up into two parts, Before kids and after kids. Cause that's what'll stop you building kiddos. Children. You like cars? Unless you are swimming in cash; WEAR A f**kING CONDOM. (My 4 children are my blessing, I wouldn't have it any way; Just giving real advice) So a good half a decade or probably more, I purchased an R34 GTT. Always been a S chassis boy prior, Wanted to do a big power SR20 skidder with an RB box behind it...Till I drove a big power SR. They ain't exactly fun, So can only get so much out of 2.0L and 4 cylinders before it becomes a shit car to drive. Then thought about RB converting my 180 at the time, Put the pen to paper and decided the wiser move would be to just buy a Skyline. At the time, Japanese cars were still cheap and Tracy Grimshaw's head didn't have so much girth. (What a mad word.) So I bought an R34 GTT. Seemed like the right choice at the time for someone who wanted a big power skidder. Motor was healthy with perfect comp, Cleaned it up and sent it for a nistune with Toshi. During the process we found the car had a Link G4 ECU; Winning! She made a healthy 190RWKW with the standard snail on 98. Can't remember the boost guys, But don't bother doing this with a standard OP6 turbo; It'll shatter as I found out laying a good 2nd for the boys, Cause you DDTB nomsayin? So after the f**k about on that, I got motivated to build that drift car. Kept it real simple; - 1000cc Injectors, Kinugawa TD06 W a Garret 60-1, Walbro 460 In-tank pump and E85. Got Mick's Motorspot involved for the tune. She made 310RWKW like a baws. I through on a full adjustable steering kit and sat the car on some Blitz ZZR coilovers. I have purchased pretty much all coil overs for my vehicles over the years; For the couple extra quid; Get the Blitz ZZR's. They ride perfect in every way I want. Soft, But not too soft. Firm enough to feel the road. Good travel and handles well when the car's weight is shifted around suddenly. Got some basic aesthetics for the car. Remember kids, OEM+ wins. (Phone camera's also got good). First off. I know. I fuggin know. Dat seat height. I'm a big boy. This thing was a blast to drive, I can't remember what year it was but I was going to try taking my drifting more seriously (Yes. I was going to skid this thing. How f**king insane is income when you don't have children) but then the head lifted from my go happy right foot and the missus pregnancy test showed positive... Which contrary to what I initially thought; Positive does not mean all good. What a shit time for something like this to happen! I'll never get the car done! And so she got put into the shed (Considered selling a few times but couldn't) and our friend Tracy... Well she got kinda popular among us. The police started to bully us. Defect stations were everywhere. Every "Mitsubishi WRX" was on today tonight getting defected. Now I am not saying that I am directly responsible for Sydney's lock-out laws, But last time you could have a good night at The Cross with bag'n'the boys; This car was running. Co-incidence? I think not.
  9. Where can I get a Steel Induction/suction/intake pipe? [RB25DET] I've googled and googled, I can't find a metal induction pipe that will go from my factory MAF to factory turbo. It's for my R34 GTT RB25DET Neo, and I'm going to get my factory turbo highflowed by Hypergear. They recommend to run a 3" steel induction pipe to the turbo. I have a silicone one right now and I think it's collapsing when I hit 1.3bar with my factory turbz. So I've searched every where and theres nothing out there. Can someone please link me to a site or someone that might sell one. Or does one usually weld one up? I'm also thinking of getting a Z32 in the future so will have to fit that too if possible
  10. Hey everyone, I am wanting to look at getting a different diff ratio for my R34 GTT, the reason behind this is, that it is starting to annoy me that if i go out of town i need to take a different car because the skyline sits really high on rpm around 100-120km/h and just chugs way to much fuel. Started looking around and researching, correct me if i am wrong but the diff i have is 4.11 ? Just wondering if there another diff that i can put in the car with a lower ratio. i have read that s15 diff will bolt right in, but i think they have a ratio like 3.6 which i think would be to low. what wold my options be ? Cheers in advance
  11. Hi, I'm new so not sure if this has been discussed before. I am looking to upgrade the wheels on my 1998 GTT ER34 from stock wheel to Volk Rays 18". Currently the car is all stock except I added Cusco adjustable coil-overs across all wheels. Current stock wheel specs are following: RIMS: 7.5Jx17 ET40 PCD (Bolt patter): 5x114.3 What specs should I look for when buying 18" rims? I am after standard look and nothing crazy. Thanks
  12. Hey all, Decided id keep track of my current project on here for everyone to enjoy, judge, all the fun stuff. So since i first got my GTT, i have always wanted it to have a wider body like a GTR. after looking at some kits online, i decided id have a go at building one myself because i wanted something no one else has. So went online ordered myself 40kgs of clay and all the fiber glassing items i need.The current plan is to build front, rear bolt on fenders and side skirts, then build a duck-tail spoiler for it. Here is the current progress. So far all ive used for shaping it is, couple small metal scrapers, bit of card board and a 2mm sheet of mdf. Going to change the rears a bit to more match the shape of the front and bring the rears all the way down to the side skirts.
  13. Long Story Short. I have for straight swap an R34 GTT HKS Exhaust, its in awesome condition, I am after the stock exhaust as I got defected and have to have the car checked over on Monday, fair warning if you get a pr*ck of a cop like I did they may get you for it, its a fantastic sounding exhaust and this trade is a wrought in my case but a win for whoever can get to me first. Ill even do the swap right there and then for free. Your exhaust has to be standard for the R34 GTT Coupe, and it has to be in decent condition, I wont take something full of holes or damaged etc, I am located in Thornton NSW and will need this done this weekend (long shot I know) Possibly during the week if someone is really serious and I can organise it. My loss is your gain. Cheers
  14. Hi all, I've been a member on here for a little while now, but have only start becoming fully active in the last few months. I purchased my silver R34 GTT last year around mid-August I think it was. Appearance wise it was completely stock, but it had a few performance goodies. It was nice to finally get a turbo car, my first car was a '94 Suzuki Swift GTi, and after that I had a '00 S15 Autech, both were nice, but obviously wouldn't compete with this performance wise. I live in Dubbo NSW, where there are a few imports getting around, but not many, mostly P platers in non-turbo Supra’s haha. At the time of purchase the Skyline had the following mods: Apexi Power FC + hand controller (tuned prior to the hiflow turbo to 206kw) e-Boost2 Hiflowed turbo Splitfire ignition coils Trust front mount intercooler (retaining factory piping holes) Trust pod filter 3" turbo back exhaust JVC head unit It also has a factory sunroof. Not something I was looking for but figured it was a bonus, though, after driving it for a few weeks I realised how tiny it was The car had close to 150,000kms on it, but the previous owner who lived in bathurst was a guy in his mid-thirties who had owned the car since 2001 and had all receipts from when it was imported, its services, and all work carried out on it. He was pretty meticulous. The km's didn't bother me after seeing the condition of the car and meeting the guy. We settled on a decent price and I was a happy Skyline owner I will also note that this is my secondary ‘toy’ car. I own a VY Commodore for my daily duties, and because my girlfriend is at university and I wanted something easy to travel in, so it does that well. At first I didn’t do anything to the car, I wanted to drive it for a little bit and enjoy it without spending money. It only took me a couple of weeks before I decided to pull off the NEO engine cover though, and also take out the factory air intake ‘snorkel’. It looks pretty crappy but I wasn't a big fan of the cover either. After a couple of months of ownership I decided to head to a local drag meet which is a 1/8th mile, held at an old airport near Wellington. I went with a friend who has a Sil80 pig. Wasn’t expecting any amazing results, just wanted to go for the fun of it and ‘play’ in a legal environment. It’s the only ‘track’ related thing I can do without travelling 4 hours. I had a number of runs throughout the day, and was improving each run, until my diff begun to play up. It started doing singles and was launching terribly. I think the best run I managed was a low 9.3. I know I could’ve definitely done better, but I was still learning. After the drags I obviously needed to fix the diff, so I decided rather than repair it or replace it with a stock diff I would go a 1.5way. I decided to go with the Nismo Pro GT LSD 1.5way so I ordered this online. While waiting for the diff I bought some second hand King Springs and Bilstein shocks from a forum member. I decided it was time to fix the ‘boat-ish’ look the Skyline had. They never turned up. Luckily, having paid using PayPal I got my money back, and bought another second hand set of springs on eBay. I chose spring for the current time as after putting coilovers on the S15 I previously owned I got sick of the roughness on the ‘country’ roads too quick. Once these turned up I got a mate to help me fit them and I was amazed at the difference. It looked better and drove firmer too, but still not rough. Once lowered I decided I needed to source some wheels. I kept my eyes on the forums and soon found a set of Rota DPT 18x9.5 +22 for sale with tyres for a reasonable price. So I purchased these. I was a little unsure how the fitment would go, but from what I read I was hoping they would be fine. I also rolled the rear guards in preparation for them, just using one of the the ‘cheap’ eBay guard rollers. This worked a treat. When the wheels turned up they had a few more marks around them to what was pictured/described, possible because of the poor ‘protection’ the seller provided when having the wheels delivered. But anyway, I guess that’s part of the risk you take when buying second hand. I got home from work the next day and went to fit the wheels all excited and discovered that my wheel nuts were not going to fit. I raced around town trying to find some that would fit to no luck. As a result I bought some 50mm extended wheel nuts from Cartel Aus, and opted for blue ones, as I thought they would match the black wheels on the silver paint. Once these arrived I fitted the wheels and was happy with the appearance. Not quite ‘build’ related, but I went for a bit of a drive one weekend when I had nothing better to do with a mate Kam, also a member on here, who just recently purchased a R32 GTR. Originally I was just going over to visit him (about an hours drive) and we would drive to Mudgee for lunch. This ended up in about an 11hr round trip drive for me after we decided to drive all the way to Bathurst and cruise around Mount Panorama before heading home. Next the diff arrived and I tried to find somewhere local to fit it. After being refused service by about 5 different local ‘transmission and differential’ shops, absolute joke but I guess that’s half the trouble with living ‘rural’ with an import, I finally found someone who would fit the diff for me. I must say, best thing I have done to a car so far. After driving the car for 20minutes I felt like I learnt so much. The car felt so much nicer to drive too. After fitting the diff I haven’t done much with the car, just been driving it around to bed in the new diff. Did go for a cruise out of town with a mate in his XR6 and a couple of mates with bikes. I attended a local car show with Kam in his GTR and a couple of other mates, who had R32 GTST, XR6 turbo and a Supra (N/A). It was good to attend this and push some local support for imports. I wanted to do this because the ‘charity car show’ had about 16 trophies covering Holden, Ford, muscle, bikes, utes, even ‘country utes’ and tractors, but nothing for imports. We gave them a bit of shit about it haha. Ahh to be in the country *bliss*. After the event we went for a bit of a drive. Along the way, the clutch slipped in 3rd gear, and later slipped in 2nd and 3rd. Time for a new clutch. Because I’m saving for a month’s holiday in Japan my budget is tight. But I wanted to replace it as there is a motorkhana event on locally at Easter which I want to attend, and have already paid to enter. I picked up an Exedy heavy duty clutch (just a basic one) on eBay for cheap that was coming out of a wreck. I received that a couple of days ago and am going to get a couple of mates to help with getting that fitted. Soo… this gets us to present time. Let me know what you guys think and I’ll update more as things happen Tim
  15. Looks like the time has come for me to sell this gallant steed after owning it for near 7 years. I'm not in a rush to sell but also have no real need to keep it. Time to move on to something new. Please note, this car will be sold as a 'track car with rego', the new owner can choose which path they wish to take. I purchased this car back in August 2012 with 152,000kms at which time it had minor mods running just over 200rwkw and completely stock body, suspension, etc. It was a daily for the original owner who did a lot of highway driving. Originally it was used as a weekend car which progressed in to the occasional event and then to full time 'track car'. It has however retained full rego but it is honestly only driven on the street to get to local events. It has always been well maintained with fluids being changed reguarly. Have had many good results with the car over the years, particularly at Mount Panorama events with multiple 1st in class and the odd top 3 outright. Car has been built up to suit WTAC clubsprint rules, only thing you need to change to compete in clubsprint right now is the tyres. Alternatively, most parts can be included to return this back to a street car with some impressive power. It's possible I will miss something below so if so feel free to shoot through any questions. Test drives will be allowed only after a deposit is made. Generic details: 1998 Nissan Skyline R34 GTT (sunroof model) Genuine 177,000kms Silver paint, currently vinyl wrapped Rego until 14th May 2019, no outstanding defects, will provide further details to serious buyers Located Bathurst NSW Asking price $23,000 negotiable Engine: Healthy (original) RB25DET Neo Adaptronic modular M6000 ECU Reconditioned head Camtech 272 cams (VCT removed) Custom titanium valve spring and retainer setup Nitto headgasket and gasket kit ARP headstuds RB26 intake plenum 6boost twin scroll manifold Garret GTW3476 with custom twin scroll 1.01ar vband rear housing (will also come with custom twin scroll 0.84ar vband rear housing) 4" turbo intake with K&N filter 2x Turbosmart Gen-V 40mm wastegates with braided boost lines and screamers Turbosmart 40psi oil pressure reg Turbosmart eBoost2 boost controller Custom intercooler piping Fenix intercooler 3.5" dump pipe to 3" straight through exhaust Fenix 52mm radiator Nismo thermostat OEM water pump replaced ~10,000kms ago Fenix oil cooler Nismo engine mounts Regularly serviced with Nulon 15W50 Racing Oil Made 420rwkw at 26-28psi with the 0.84ar rear housing Currently running 370rwkw at 22psi with the 1.01ar rear housing (required 4 port boost solenoid to run more boost) All major engine work and tune completed at Redsun Motorsport within the last 5,000kms Fuel setup: Bosch 2200cc injectors Fuel rail Holley fuel pressure reg Earls fuel filter Aftermarket Industries SP1200 surge tank 3x Walbro 460 fuel pumps (1 in main tank 2 in surge tank) Braided fuel lines Driveline: Custom clutch by Jim Berry, 6 puk single plate solid centre 5,000lbs pressure plate Custom flywheel by Jim Berry New OEM gearbox 15,000kms ago Nismo gearbox mount Nulon full synthetic 75W85 change regularly Nismo 1.5 way LSD Nulon full synthetic 80W140 changed regularly Suspension: BC Racing BR coilovers Whiteline 24mm front swaybar Whiteline 24mm rear swaybar Cusco adjustable front upper control arms Hardrace adjustable rear camber arms Hardrace adjustable rear traction arms Hicas lockbar Brakes: ABS delete kit Braided brake lines all around Alpha Omega Racing big brake kit front/rear - Evo 8 front Brembo calipers (rebuilt <5,000kms ago) - Attackd 350mm Evo 10 front rotors - Evo 9 rear Brembo calipers (rebuilt <5,000kms ago) - DBA 370Z 350mm rear rotors Intima Type D V2 pads all around Project Mu G-Four 335 brake fluid changed regularly Exterior: Z tune style carbon/fibreglass vented bonnet Front splitter made using aluminium composite board Full custom wrap by Prowaps and Graphics (silver paint under wrap) OEM R34 GTR 18x9 wheels, some scuffs/marks Yokohama Advan A050 265/35R18 Interior: Stripped interior Nardi steering wheel with short boss kit Bride fixed back seat Takata 6 point harness AGI bolt in 4 point cage Fire extinguisher Defi Link gauges (oil pressure, oil temp, water temp) AEM AFR gauge Nismo gearknob Miscellanious: A/C removed Battery relocated to boot Front tow strap Damage on front drivers guard (pictured) Airbags removed Spares/removed parts included: OEM bonnet (wrapped to match current wrap) Full original interior available Original suspension arms Driveshafts TCS/ABS/hicas computers plus loom Most A/C parts OEM radiator Other miscellaneous stock parts or spares for the track Recent track times: Mount Panorama 2:28.1 Mount Panorama Esses Hill Climb 0:28.16 Mount Panorama Supersprint 0:48.52 SMSP GP Circuit 1:42.7 Less recent track times: Mount Panorama Esses Descent 0:40.38 (2016 with ~300rwkw/AD08R tyres) Mount Panorama Mountain Straight Hill Climb 0:50.11 (2015 with ~260rwkw/AD08R tyres) SMSP Brabham Circuit 2:15.8 (2016 with ~300rwkw/AD08R tyres) SMSP South Circuit 1:05.3 (2016 with ~300rwkw/AD08R tyres) Sandown Raceway 1:25.01 (2016 with ~300rwkw/AD08R tyres) Wakefield Park 1:09.07 (2015 with ~260rwkw/AD08R tyres)
  16. Looking for a stock bov, in as good condition as possible. Located Sydney
  17. Hey guys, I recently bought a 1998 R34 GTT Coupe, and it has come with some Tein Super Street coilovers (P/N QEN68-Z1531 at the front and QEN69-Z1531 at the rear), which just don't fit the car properly, it sits too low in the front and can't be raised any more. This means that the car scrapes on every bump in the road and even on moderate cornering. As far as I can tell, these coilovers are designed for an R33 GTR?? So I am planning on changing them out for Bilstein shocks and King springs, which I have been doing a bunch of reading about Sydneykid's group buy back in about 2006 I think. Seems like a really good street/occasional track setup for a daily driver. Just wanted to check that it's still a good setup nowadays for the money. Also, I noticed that Sydneykid said that the ones he sold were individually valved for each sale: "Yes Daniel, I have specified revalving for the Bislteins to suite the spring and bar rates I have chosen." So I'm wondering if I will need to get my Bilsteins revalved as well? Additionally, I have read on the group buy that the Bilstein shocks are height adjustable by circlips? But I'm not quite sure what this means and if it is specific to the Sydneykid group buy, or if all Bilstein shocks are height adjustable. If I am aiming for approximately the 350mm front and 340mm rear (wheel centre to guard) that is recommended in the group buy, will the Bilstein shocks and kings springs around that? Sorry for asking so many questions, any help is appreciated, cheers.
  18. Brand new never usedPurchased for my track car and never ended up fitting themAlso suits Nissan Silvia S14 / S15RRP $745Take these ones for $600Pickup in Bathurst NSW or willing to include postage in Australia for the asking priceLink below to Hardrace websitehttps://www.hardracesuspension.com.au/front-adjustable-lower-control-arm-for-nissan-skyline-r33-34.html
  19. Hi all So i'm planning on putting a fair bit more power behind my 34. Is a factory Neo, 25det manual. However am struggling to find a good clutch option to hold 300kw (expecting somewhere between 500-600nm of torque). The issue i'm having is because the car is a pull type clutch, not push. I'm also struggling to find an actual in depth guide of converting the 34 gearbox to push type, which would instantly solve my issues. So basically i'm stuck looking for a clutch that can hold that power for pull type, because I cannot find many options over here in New Zealand. That, or has anyone had any experience or know of a guide that shows how to convert it to a push-type system? I'm not wanting to swap my gearbox for an R33 one, as mine is in perfect condition. Have heard something about potentially swapping the bellhousings over though? Any advice or light on the subject would be appreciated!
  20. $19,000 ONO Selling my R34 GTT Series II Manual Coupe as I just don't drive it much anymore. NSW rego until late August 2019. Located in Dubbo 2830. Have owned the car for about 4.5 years, and it was imported by the previous owner in 2011. It currently has 142,000km. Timing belt was done at 80,000km when the car was imported. Car was completely stock until August 2017 when the turbo needed to be rebuilt. The stock turbo was rebuilt and high-flowed by HyperGear in Melbourne and it is their G2 build with a ball bearing core. I then added a HPI Turbine Outlet and dual outlet front pipe, and had a local exhaust workshop make up a 3in stainless system with a new high-flow cat converter. I have put in a stealth FMIC using a Frozen Boost intercooler and home fabricated piping kit, similar to this guide, with pipes beaded professionally: I have a spare GTT ECU, ready for Nistune to be installed. All the stock parts (exhaust, intercooler) are available if desired. Body is in good shape, with few minor dents and only thing that will need attention is the bootlid as the centre brake light area is starting to rust. Interior is very good except for the driver's seat which needs recovering on the corner as pictured. I'm not very interested in swaps, but could consider it for something from the 70s of similar value like a panelvan.
  21. For sale: Nissan Skyline R34 GTT Sedan 318 rwkw, silver, in Victoria Key points: Last of the original R chassis with the venerable RB25DET, in the final & best Neo guise Lots of work done: tyres, suspension, steering, drivetrain, mechanical diff, cooling, turbo, servicing, preventative maintenance etc. etc. Beautiful RB bark at 20 psi and the sweet smell of ethanol A registered car with 4 doors, child seat mounting points, big boot, sleeper look for no unnecessary attention No accident history, always garaged under my ownership, regularly serviced Recent updates: New price New photos New steering rack No RWC selling as is Inspections welcome Price $14,800 Please PM here or call/email via the full ad: http://bit.ly/4doorad – Photos: http://bit.ly/4doorpics Note: This is a replacement thread for the previous one: https://www.sau.com.au/forums/topic/471783-fs-well-balanced-r34-gtt-sedan-for-street-and-track-vic/?do=findComment&amp;comment=7885711
  22. Hi everyone! Just wandering if the 1999 Skyline GTT r34's are affected by the huge takata airbag recall? I've had a look around and couldn't find anything =\
  23. Hey everyone, for the life of me i cant find a diagram for a rb26det neo. I have noticed im missing this vacuum line and i cannot find where it is meant to go. Thank you
  24. Hey everyone. I just got a manual conversion done on my 1998 r34 gtt and now it is running funny. It revs very slow and goes slower then my na r34 now. It is still running the auto ecu. Im thinking that might be the problem? Or maybe the coils? Please anyone that has had this kind of problem let me know. Ps. Sorry if this is in the wrong part of the forums
  25. chasing these parts. nismo s-tune boot lip spoiler originally offered on the sedan and nismo s-tune skirts originally offered on the coupe let me know if you have either and we can discuss a price. cheers! p.s located on the gold coast but willing to pay for freight for genuine parts!
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