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Item: Skyline ECR33 S1 M spec Black Auto

Location: Eight Miles Plains, QLD4113

Item Condition: 118000km

Reason for Selling: Buy a new car

Price and Payment Conditions: $17,000

Extra Info:

I bought this car at 19 Feb 2008. At that time, this car was 100000km and stock car at that moment. I started to tune and keep maintance as it was great condtion. I had done 100k service with HKS timing belt, Nissan belt and bearing, fuel filter, O2 sener and new battery. The following Tune:

HKS Pod filter

HKS Twin Power

HKS GT2535 Turbo with actuator

HKS fuel pump


HKS Turbo Timer

HKS dump pipe

HKS front pipe

HKS Legal cat back exhaust

HKS Ground Earth System

Trust E-manage

Greddy Info meter

Greddy Oil Catch Tank

PowerSpirit Intercooler,

PowerSpirit fuel regulator,

Sparco racing seat with mod plate.

PowerSpirit castor rod,

PowerSpirt rear camber arm,

PowerSpirit HICAS lock bar,

PowerSpirt rear traction rod,

Whiteline front camber kit

Whiteline subframe

Endless Front Brake Rotor

Endless Brake Pad at F(CCA) and R(9500), Endless Brake Fliud, Endless Diff Oil, Front Brake Rebuilt

Splitfire Ignition D2 System with HKS plugs

Cusco Tenion Rod Bar

JJR room bar

Momo Steering wheel

New Bilstein suspension at Mar 2009

Koyo 17X8 wheels and Toyo Tire in great condition

Full Pioneer Audio System with IPOD interface included 4 speakers and AMP

HID light, HKS hoses and many other options and back up parts.

Motul Coolant, Mongoose M60 alarm

It comes with stock turbo, driver seat and other parts that you can change back to stock car

This car can keep 80 to 89 water temp in summer and 80 oil temp, the oil press is stable. It perform 210KW at the wheel under 1 Bar but I focus on TOR. It keeps safe to the car as it's automative. It hasn't on track and just for daily use. It can run over 400km per tank with Shell 98 Red color. All HKS bought from HKS dealer Performance Wholesale in AUS and HKS dealer Top Racing in HK. Endless parts were bought form dealer Centrax and most other parts were bought form 999automotive. It can give you a strong trust to me. They have all record to me and all parts were change at Centrax workshop. Mostly, only one engineer touched my car at all including maintance and change parts. I always keep tidy with the car and it looks news that you cant believe this is 1994 year car. I strongly focus on handle and brake. Come and have a look. Service Done! Price Drop! No Accident before!

Pictures: Plz search at Carsales

Contact Details: PM or SMS(0421721722)




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