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  1. R35JET Plates for sale G'day guys, after owning these plates for 8 years I thought it was finally time to see them out on the road. The plates speak for themselves. I have a figure in my head as to what I'm wanting but keen to see what people will offer. Fire away, thanks.
  2. Would love to see everyone's GTR's So i'll start it off. hrere's mine "99 BNR34 in Bayside Blue
  3. Nismo R35 Fuel Rail for RB26 Hi folks, I was researching adapter kit to use R35 factory injectors on RB26 and I found this. Appears Nismo has made a fuel rail for the RB26 to directly fit R35 factory injectors. However, other than being mentioned as a part of Nismo's complete engine package, I can't find that fuel rail anywhere else, not even a part number. Would you folks know anything about it?
  4. Leaking R35 GTR Front Differential Hey guys, Ive recently purchased my first GTR, its a 2010 model and my mechanic has found a small leak from the front diff...normally this wouldn't be a huge issue but we cant for the life of us find out where its coming from. The parts diagram I have attached shows where the leak originates from, none of the areas of the diff that have any kind of gasket or seal are wet, it seems to simply start out of nowhere and then run towards the diff snout, its been cleaned a couple of times and the leak comes back. If it was a crack or a break it would have demolished the diff case by now surely? Is it possible the aluminium housing has become porous? Any ideas/thoughts/experiences are appreciated
  5. R-Spec Tyres for R35 What are people running these days on 20" rims in terms of r-spec tyres for circuit? with the rotor size increased (390mm?) are people still running 18" or 19" rims
  6. R35 GTR Brakes onto at R34 GTR. Who's done it? Hey Guys, I'm looking to upgrade the factory 34 GTR brakes. Currently i'm looking at fitting a full set of R35 brakes and i wanted to know; *If anyone on SAU has done it? *Did they have issues with the brake bias between the front and rear and if so how was it solved? *Is any modification required to make factory handbrake work with the R35 brakes? *Who did they get they get to make the mounting brackets (preferably in NSW)? thanks in advance.
  7. Nissan Nismo GT-R Is the standard Nissan GT-R too civilized for you? Maybe you feel like it’s lacking power or excitement. Fear not, the Nismo edition is here to solve all your worries. It offers more power, better handling, and greater overall performance, but that comes at a rather hefty premium. The GT-R is no longer the budget hypercar beating sportscar it once was. It’s now a full on supercar, with the price of the Nismo version exceeding that of Porsche’s Turbo S and even the 911 GT3 RS. Is it worth it? Well, it depends on what you want from a car. Nismo is short for Nissan Motorsports, the company’s caring division. They’re in charge of the hottest and most exciting models Nissan makes, and they eventually even deliver their own specially-tuned model like the R35 GT-R Nismo. It’s a hardcore, enthusiast car, so in that regard, it’s not a Porsche Turbo S rival. Then again, it has so much raw potential and outright speed that you can’t compare it to the GT3 RS, which is more of a driver’s car offering enjoyment. So what is the Nismo then? Well, for starters, it’s a lot more powerful than the standard GT-R. The 3.8 liter twin-turbo V6 located at the front has been tweaked to a rather large extent. The entire turbochargers have been swapped out for larger ones, offering higher air flow (they’re actually lifted from the GT3 car). The result is nothing short of astonishing, because the relatively light and compact unit is capable of delivering 600 horsepower and 481 pound-feet of torque. European models get 8 less horsepower, but it’s not really noticeable unless you’re a racing driver. The engine is still mated to a six-speed dual-clutch gearbox, but Nissan say it’s better than ever. The shifts are faster still, and it works great in conjunction with the new turbochargers. Elsewhere, there’s new shock absorbers, springs, stabilizers and a unique Bilstein DampTronic system which transfers power to the wheels more efficiently and is completely driver adjustable. A lot of emphasis has been put on aerodynamics. The Nismo version looks identical to the new 2017 GT-R, styling wise. It’s got the same tweaked front grille and the updated rear end, but a host of other changes as well. For instance, the aggressive bumper gets several layers of carbon-fiber sheets to improve the stiffness, the canards have been redesigned to improve overall airflow and the rear wing has been optimized to provide more downforce. The new Nismo GT-R manages to produce more downforce than any other Nissan ever built, apart from the racing cars of course. We have to get back to the elephant in the room, and that’s the price of the Nismo. It’s some $38,000 over the 2017 premium GT-R, raising the figure to a whopping $227,000. In other words, you can have a premium GT-R and a Golf GTI for the price of one Nismo. Would you, however? No, we wouldn’t either.
  8. Where do I run my coolant return line? I've made a quick little sketch that shows what I'm planning on doing with my coolant feed and return line on my Rb25det. There are 2 positions where coolant can go back: 1 and 3. Number 2 is my coolant feed line. I'm planning on blocking my front coolant return line #1 and using the return on the block #3. So the coolant feed will go to the turbo and then it will flow downwards into the block. Is this okay to do? Will it cause overhearing or am I good to go?
  9. GTR carbon fiber wallet GTR wallet with carbon fiber inlay released 2008 as part of a GTR collection ,brand new never used. after $500 what i paid for it
  10. HKS GT1000 spec intercooler for R35 for sell Brand new HKS Gt1000 Spec intercooler for sell Great for track day users and power seekersm, can be installed with OEM air guide( air guide need some cutting work), save the air guide money, great value. Price online: 1. Speed for Sale: $4000 US dollar+shipping= $5284 AUD + shipping 2. JDM accessories: $5060 AUD + shipping Bought for $5000 AUD now sell for $4500 I have a set of CRD titanium cat less mid pipe as well, bought for $1300, now sell for $700, less than 1000 km on it then I change to a louder set. It is good for R35 owners that want good exhaust note but no drone. Daniel Cheers
  11. A few questions for you 35 owners. - I know sound is subjective and also hard to really rate via youtube clips and the like, but is it just me or does the 35 sound really underwhelming even with an exhaust? - For those of you with a MY11 onwards, what sort of gearbox issues are you seeing, if any? - For people with at least an exhaust, intakes, tune etc, what sort of power are you seeing and how does that fair against similarly powered earlier model GT-Rs - does the gearbox really make up for the extra kerb weight? - For anyone who's had a 34 and a 35, what are the pros and cons of each in your eyes.
  12. C-West GT Wing Type II - FOR SALE Selling my C-West GT Wing Type II due to moving houses. Have loved this wing and don't want to let it go but I don't want to put it into storage (as I can't refit it to the car yet) and could use the extra money. - Full carbon fibre apart from the mounts (even with the mounts on it weighs less than a stock R34 spoiler) - 1450mm across, mounts are 22cm high - angle is fully adjustable - slight damage (most has been fixed, refer to pics) - just needs a new clear coat on the top and a bit of patching/sanding on a small section of the bottom to make it smooth again Chasing $500 firm IF gone by the end of next weekend (otherwise It will go back up to $550 firm) Located Sydney and more than happy to post if the buyer organises freight. ***damage has been considered in the price and I'm non-negotiable as this is a genuine carbon fibre wing and retails for $1800 so please do not attempt to offer me anything less than the asking price***
  13. Used R35 exhaust parts for sale Hi everyone, I have a few exhaust parts for sale on an R35 GTR 1, Meisterschaft SUS GT racing exhaust ($1999) This exhaust is made of 304 Stainless steel, TIG welded, OEM fitment, Tail pipe size: 4*130mm 2, COBB catted mid pipe, 200 cell count ($800) & Password JDM catless midpipe ($400) 304 stainless steel construction, Dual 3'' to single 3.5'' Merge, TIG welded, direct OEM replacement, large gains in HP&TQ I bought all them from US in 2015 and have done only 200KM with PasswordJDM catless midpipe & meisterschaft rear section, then change midpipe to COBB catted one, because whole catless setup produces too much soot. (I have done 1500KM with the new setup) Items are all in excellent condition and they are located in Sydney CBD. I can do free delivery to anywhere in Sydney. Any inquiry please contact me on [email protected] or 0422 428 967 Cheers Gerard
  14. WTB GTR R35 Hi, I'm currently in the market to purchase a early model r35 gtr, must be australian delivered. Would prefer low mileage premium white or black, but will consider any color. Must have full service history. I'm in Sydney, but willing to travel interstate. Please contact me with vehicle detail, genuine seller only
  15. NSW 2009 GTR black Pickles Auction 26.9.16 Anyone with spare $$$$ just saw this coming up for auction in Belmore NSW Pickles. Black, 75000kms looks pretty good not damaged, maybe repo.
  16. Spotted a black R35 @ Pyrmont on Monday, had flowers in the passenger seat, number plate was "R35 God" Sexy sexy car
  17. Hi Guys and Girls just got a brainwave on how to share the love and interests of skyline related pages and groups that are on the net. As most things are on Facebook would be good idea to post hear to find new pages, groups and websites that you follow or know of. Ill hit it off with just some of mine..... have to work out how to do FB pages. might have to do the whole http:// address as there is like 6 different ( "GT-R life" ) pages... facebook related Groupes (separated by commas) ; GTR's And GTR Parts For Sale , R34 GTR Owners , SKYLIN3 R34 GTR LOVERS..... , Perth R34s , Alberta Skyline Club , Japanese car parts WA , Newcastle Skyline Club , R34/MK4/Tokyo Japan Legends , RB Owners , R32 WA (West Aus) , Nissan Skyline GTR, GTS-t, GTS , NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R , Perth WA Skyline RB25 / RB26 Parts , RB 20/25/26det Tech Torque , Japanese car parts WA (without the Nazi admin) , Nissan Skyline GTR , Skyline Spares & Parts R32 R33 R34 V35 R35 , Nissan Skyline 'スカイライン' , Skyline R32, R33, R34, V35 - Skyline Spares , Nissan SKYLINE GTR R34 V-Spec II ,The 32 Corner - Skyline R32 Specialist Selling page , Skyline R33 Thailand Club , Skyline Parts Swaps and Deals , R32 Skyline Club - Forum , RB 20/25/26 south east QLD parts for sale , JDM car parts buy and sell (WA) , R31 R32 R33 R34 R35 Skyline & GTR/ For Sale / Swap / Buy / Sell / , Nissan Skyline R31,R32,R33,R34,V35,V36 and the new R35 unite , SKYLINE GTR PARTS PAGE , Skyline R34 Owner Club , R33 Gtr Vspec , Nissan Skyline Owners Club - Malaysia ,
  18. Qld Personalised plates for sale to suit any GTR Skyline. New - Never been fitted to car. $500 firm.
  19. Nutso. 4.1L VR38 powered 86. This is the power the 86 should have had from the start. More >
  20. Hey guys, as below: Item: Nissan R35 GTR Wheels Rims Tyres: No
 Pair / Set: Set PCD: 5x114.3 
Diameter / Width / Offset: 20x9.5 +45 and 20x10.5 +25 Location: Capalaba
 Willing to Ship: Yes – Buyer pays
 Price: $2300 Willing to Swap: No 
Centre Caps: Yes – 4 x Nissan 
Comment: These wheels are in excellent condition and were only used for a short time since new and then switched out. There are a few small marks on the paint (pictured) and also a small 2cm curb mark. Pictures: I have some pictures below fitted to other cars
  21. I have just sold my GTR and have this set of Qld Personalised Plates for Sale. 1 GTR 0 Never been fitted to any car. $1,500
  22. Nissan Middle East has set a new Guinness World Record for the worlds fastest drift at an event in the United Arab Emirates. Behind the wheel of a heavily-modified Nissan GT-R Nismo, Japanese drifter, Masato Kawabata sent the GT-R into a drift at an incredible 304.96km/h. The drift was completed at Fujairah International Airport in the UAE and used every inch of the three kilometre runway in order to reach the 300km/h benchmark the team had set itself. As per strict guidelines, the Nissan Middle East team had only three attempts and had to fulfil specific angle and drift duration requirements in order the complete the record-breaking feat. The team managed to tick all the boxes to become the new record holders. Kawabata, the current Japanese drifting series title holder, smashed the previous record of 256km/h set in Poland using a modified Toyota GT86. The record was achieved, in part, thanks to the immense work that went into tuning the GT-R. Japan-based GReddy Trust, managed to take the GT-Rs standard 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6, which normally produces 404kW, up to a staggering 1029kW. While all that extra power was crucial to the record attempt, other mods like ultra-lightweight wheels and specially designed Toyo tyres had to be fitted to the car into order to make sure all that power wasnt just turned into smoke and molten rubber. See more on CarAdvice
  23. Can be used for Nissan GTR R35. I've been told it'll suit 350z, 370z, Skyline R34 RBDET Neo and G35, G37 and Golf GTI R32 (please refer to photos to check compatability). Purchased from Fuel Injector Development where a customer has used for 1000 miles, then taken off car to upgrade to 2000cc. I purchased these to install in my R35 but realised, it already has injectors which I haven't been informed by the dealer. Pretty much almost new. Injectors have been professionally cleaned, flow tested (see results in photo) and new O-rings put on. These are a great design due to the nozzle which have a wide area spray pattern. Happy to throw in the plug and play adaptors for free if wanted (see photo for plug type). I received these for free from the seller, so figured I'd include them if the new buyer wants it. Price: $650 Location: Sydney NSW Happy to post for interstate buyers. Msg for quote. Cheers
  24. The Nissan GT-R has been heavily revised for the 2017 model year, with the new car unveiled at this week's 2016 New York International motor show. Extensive exterior updates, a new interior and a 15kW power increase headline the most significant update since the car was launched in 2007, with Australia now due to receive the Premium Edition and Nismo-tuned Track Edition from September 2016. At the front, the GT-R gets a larger grille aperture to help cooling, a newly designed bonnet and a reshaped front bar that give the big Nissan a more aggressive face, all while contributing to aerodynamic downforce. Wider sills lead into an updated rear end that keeps the trademark 'stove top' tail lamps but raises the rear diffuser and valance to create a wider looking rump - if that is at all possible. Inside though, are where the most noticeable changes reside. A completely new 'horizontal flow' dashboard and driver oriented console present a more modern and simplified instrument array. There is a new eight-inch touch screen and console-mounted control device that drive revised infotainment and vehicle management software. One area wherethe GT-R was often criticized, the shift-paddles mounted on the steering-column, has been addressed. These are now fixed to the wheel. Under the bonnet, power from the twin-turbo V6 is up 15kW and torque up 4Nm to 419kW and 632Nm.The output improvements come from increased boost through the turbos and improved ignition timing control. The six-speed dual-clutch transmission has also been revised, to provide faster gear changes and less of that 'trucky' idle noise the GT-R is known for. Speaking of noise, there are new titanium mufflers and a sound-simulation system (ASE: Active Sound Enhancement) to help make the 2017 GT-R sound as mean as it looks. Handling hasn't been overlooked, with new suspension, rigidity improvements and new, 20-inch Y-spoke wheels all working to deliver the famous tarmac-chewing GT-R performance. We have continued to push its performance boundaries to the outer limits", says Hiroshi Tamura, Chief Product Specialist of the GT-R. "Its even more potent than before. At the same time, more refinement has been added to take the entire driving experience to an entirely new level."Were proud to bring you what we feel is the ultimate GT that possesses amazing performance, newfound civility and a rich racing history." Local pricing and specification of the 2017 Nissan GT-R in Australia have not yet been announced. See more on CarAdvice
  25. To celebrate the launch of an updated Nissan GT-R at the 2016 New York auto show, the company dedicated its stage in the Big Apple to its one true supercar, with one model from every generation on display. 1969 C10 Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R The original GT-R branded Skyline sports car, the 2000GT-R featured bolt-on rear-wheel arch flares, and aggressive spoilers at the front and rear.Under the bonnet there's a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated straight-six developing 118kW at 7000rpm and 177Nm at 5600rpm. That was enough to enable the 1120kg rear-wheel drive coupe to cover the standing 400m in 16.1 seconds and hit a top speed of 200km/h. 1973 C110 Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R For the next-generation 2000GT-R, the coupe once again employed 2.0-litre straight-six S20 engine. Maximum power and torque outputs were unchanged, but the motor had to lug around an extra 20 kilograms of weight.While it may have been a smidge slower, stopping power was improved by the use of disc brakes on all four wheels. The C110 is the rarest of all GT-R generations, as production was stopped after just 200 units because of stricter emissions regulations in Japan. 1989 R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R After a 16 year hiatus, the GT-R badge was dusted off for the eighth-generation Skyline. Motivation came via a 2.6-litre twin-turbocharged straight-six engine with 353Nm of torque at 4400rpm. In accordance with a gentleman's agreement amongst Japanese manufacturers, the GT-R is said to have only 206kW at 6800rpm.To ensure that not a single Newton metre is wasted, the R32 GT-R featured an advanced electronically-controlled four-wheel drive system with front-to-rear active torque splitting capability, dubbed ATTESA E-TS.Made for racing, the R32 Skyline GT-R holds the honour of never losing a race in the All Japan Championships. Oh, and it also won the 1991 and 1992 Bathurst 1000 races, much the chagrin of Ford and Holden fans who Jim Richards famously decried as a "pack of a&!holes". The controversy surrounding its victory at Bathurst, and dominance of the Australian Touring Car Championship, lead to the GT-R being effectively frozen out via rule changes.Australia was one of the few overseas markets to officially sell the R32 Skyline GT-R, with just 100 imported. 1995 R33 Nissan Skyline GT-R The R33 Skyline was a markedly larger vehicle, and the GT-R's weight jumped from 1430kg in the R32 to 1540kg in the R33. Despite that the 2.6-litre turbo straight-six featured supposedly unchanged power output. The porkier GT-R did have a fraction more torque 368Nm to play with.There was an optional, even more advanced high-tech all-wheel drive system, known as ATTESTA E-TS Pro, which incorporated an active limited-slip differential for the rear wheels. 1999 R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R Like corresponding Skyline, GT-R shrank a little bit for this generation. Although weight was up slightly to 1560kg, Nissan paid significant attention to the coupe's body stiffness and aerodynamics.The R34 was the last GT-R to be directly based on the Skyline and the last to feature the RB26DETT 2.6-litre twin-turbo straight-six. Power was still officially capped at 206kW, while torque was upped slightly to 392Nm at 4400rpm.Finished in silica brass paint, the limited edition M-spec Nur model seen here features a retuned engine with gold head covers, as well as softer suspension with "ripple control" shock absorbers. 2017 R35 Nissan GT-R faceliftLaunched in 2007, the new GT-R is the first to be made in left-hand drive and officially sold throughout most of the world. Although distantly related to the Skyline, it features a unique body, drivetrain and life cycle.For the 2016 New York auto show, the GT-R received a lightly refreshed exterior look, a few extra spuds under the bonnet, suspension tweaks, and, most importantly, a redesigned and much higher quality interior. Read our full run-down of the 2017 Nissan GT-R facelift. See more on CarAdvice