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34Geeteetee Daily / Track Project


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1 hour ago, niZmO_Man said:

Try finding that in Sydney :34_rolling_eyes:

Garage 88 is good, but the owner there can be a total cnut - but that aside you can tell them exactly what you want dialled in.

Alternatively you can go to JAX Liverpool, Kieran (ex G88 OG wheel alignment guy) works there and will do track alignments if you book.

Another place that is ok is BT Motorsports aka Bridgestone Select in Smithfield. John the owner used to compete in Targa Tasmania and will get one of his workers to dial in the suspension for track/street, etc. however there's 1x young fella that is hopeless, make sure you get the 40 ish year old guy with tatt sleeves on each arm to do it :)

 

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  • 4 weeks later...

Quick update - 

Apparently the engine is back from the machine shop and will begin assembly soon i believe... :thumbsup:

Whilst the car has been off the track i have had the time to do a lot of maintenance which has been much needed!

 

Front Pads and new rotor rings.

New steering rack bushes

Front wheel bearings

Front Kingpin bearings (Front right was shot causing tyre failures)

New clutch slave and braided line

Clutch freshened up

MCA Red suspension serviced and modified

New injectors and fuel pumps (Just changing for safety)

New Hankook Z221 rubber on all 4 corners

Fresh Motul oils in gearbox and diff

 

This list will keep getting longer but it makes sense to get it all done while i have it apart as we plan on doing more track days than ever over the next few years! We will be doing as many events as we can afford!

Ill take some pics and update when i get time!

 

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On 2/17/2018 at 12:51 PM, iruvyouskyrine said:

Everything sounding good! Preventative maintenance always feels better than band aiding at the track!

Yep, most of it is stuff i should have done a long time ago!

14 hours ago, NEO25T said:

Any details of the specs of the new motor?

Coming soon with the pics mate!

14 hours ago, timmy_89 said:

billet block RB20

It does have billet bits in it! :221_see_no_evil::222_hear_no_evil::223_speak_no_evil:

3 hours ago, iruvyouskyrine said:
14 hours ago, timmy_89 said:
billet block RB20

If anyone was dumb enough to do that it would be me ?

:laugh:

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On 10/23/2018 at 7:17 PM, timmy_89 said:

Heard this thing was still a nugget

You heard correctly! ?

16 hours ago, ComTruise said:

Hey mate, fantastic thread the car is unreal. I have a question though, what sort of over fenders on the rear are those? sorry if this is in the thread cause I didnt find it.

Top Stage +50mm GTT fenders. You can contact Freddy through his website or Facebook page and he will sort you out! 

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4 hours ago, 34GeeTeeTee said:

You heard correctly! ?

Top Stage +50mm GTT fenders. You can contact Freddy through his website or Facebook page and he will sort you out! 

Cheers man! I assume these will allow for the GTR sideskirts and rear bumper to line up? or am I mistaken?

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On 10/27/2018 at 2:03 PM, ComTruise said:

Cheers man! I assume these will allow for the GTR sideskirts and rear bumper to line up? or am I mistaken?

Yeah i retained the GTT rear bumper but everything should line up! Check with Freddy to be safe though!

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