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hi everyone Im very new to this car and this forum and would like to know what r33 gts-t am i having? could anyone tell from just looking at the front?

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terence

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Ummmm.......R33 GTS25T Series II......it says that above your name. Am I missing something?

need some confirmation :down: and also not quite sure.. because its my first own car..

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type m or mspec as some people refer it to usually are the 1995 skylines (also known as series 1.5). These are a mix of the series 1 and 2. The longer front bar is the main way to tell a "mpsec" from a series 1 or 2.

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whatever type it is, it looks Hot...

Have fun mate.

Post more Pics.

waiting to get my series 2 soon too.

Thanks mate.. it's fully stock.. nothing's changed in it.. even still has the original skyline/nissan tie cable..lol

Enjoying it to the max.. -_-" driving to work

t

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No there is also Type M S2's. Don't quote me here but The Type M should have LSD and skirts, front and rear wing.

Early type M has low hoop rear wing with integral brake light,front square indicators/fogs. Late type M has square section rear wing,front has round pod indicators/fogs.

There was also an option of an A-LSD in the S2.

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Just to point out, my car is a series 1.5 with the squarish (series 2) spoiler at the back and the series 2 engine...but series 1ish front bar (slightly different), headlights and interior. See avatar.

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Just to point out, my car is a series 1.5 with the squarish (series 2) spoiler at the back and the series 2 engine...but series 1ish front bar (slightly different), headlights and interior. See avatar.

There is so many mixed combinations of body kits on these older models it's hard to tell what's factory and what's not.

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