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nice, but did you have a bra on the front of that wagon? spose in tumut it can be useful

i was crossing the road to my car (32 4dr type m with a bit of a wing) as i was parked outside bi lo or what ever the old IGA is these days in wynyard st.

the old woolpack looks a little different since doug cameron got hold of it...

i saw alot of VL Communists with p-plates

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Yeah, car bra for stones and insect crud.

Sorry didn't see you, must've been lookin' elsewhere.....or something.

Yeah Woolpack is no longer a retirement home for old age pensioners, its been 'modernised.

Common whores are the car of choice around here, I'm the only lonely skyline for a 100 kilometre radius. Even if it is only a gts-t it's still special around here.

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Not to ignore you sewid, but I just got back to the office (I go away with work a bit), and find I've been given a new computer. Now all my really cool stuff is on my old drive, so I'll have to link 'em up and bring all my 'private' stuff across. I'll get to it some time next week.

I'm away again most of the week............

Also need to take some good qual pics of the cedric, since I bought the digi camera (thanks sly100) on the forum here, I can do that now [take pics that is].

But I gotta say that its really only a gts-t with a few mods.

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It could be, I'm not skyline educated enough to be able to tell you, I know it has had some serious work done on it, whether by Nissan, or Nismo, or the Jap dude that owned it, I don't know. I do know:

Full lock diff

G Max Nismo clutch

Tein coil over height and ride adjustable

Super advan wheels 255/245 yokohama advan tyres

hks pod filter

blitz fmic

hks evc

blitz turbo timer

apexi turbo gauge

Greddy gauges x4 oil pressure, water temp, oil temp, exhaust temp

cusco rear wing

oil cooler

m/c brake stop bracket

3 1/2 exhuast hks viper 5" s/s muffler

cusco front top bar on suspension

MP3 player

300kph nismo speedo

different front bar

carbra

momo wheel

razo gearknob and accelerator pedal

project U brakes

And I'm told its, a bigger turbo [i haven't seen a std one, so looks no diff to me]

bigger injectors

aftermarket ECU, no markings that I could see, so don't know what sort

I also know it does 250kph with the a/c on [forgot to turn it off] an not flat, still accelerating [i have a witness to this], reckon it would be flat at 260/270kph, maybe my speedo is out of calibration, I don't know, I had it serviced and calibration checked by Olympic instruments in Pymble prior to installation, so wouldn't think so, but wheel diameter etc may change the ratio. This was at 16 psi boost, which apparently it has been built to take [or so I'm told] etc etc [i normally run at 0.75/1.2 kg/m on the evc.

i've had it dyno'd twice now, and its making about 195rwkw [189 and 197 at two seperate places, ie not the same garage].

I take all the pride of ownership etc, but take NO credit for all this, I didn't do anything. I've only owned it since May 2003.

Hope this didn't bore you too much, i hate this sort of thing a bit.

I'll get some pics out soon.

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it may just be a gtst but its a 40th anniversary 98 isnt it? which means it should be quite different to the rest of the GTS25t cars out there. I wouldnt mind a look under the bonnet :P

Under the bonnet......................

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