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S1.5 R33 Gtst


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Make: Nissan

Model: Skyline GTS25t Series 1.5

Year: 1995

Engine: Series 2 RB25DET

Mileage 109,000KM

Gearbox: 5 Speed

Location: Brisbane, Southside

Contact Details: PM for Phone Number or Reply Here

Price and Payment Conditions: $12,000

1995 Nissan Skyline R33 GTS25t Series 1.5

Engine:

Series 2 RB25DET

RB25 Turbo

CP Forged Pistons

Shot Peened Rods

1.2mm Metal Head Gasket

Gates Racing Timing Belt

Genuine Nissan Timing Belt Tensioners

Genuine Nissan Water Pump & Thermostat

Genuine Nissan O2 Sensor

Split Fire Coils

Nismo Engine Mounts

Motul Turbolight 4100 10W40 Engine Oil

Turbosmart T Bleeder on 8PSI

HKS Pod Filter with Metal Intake Pipe

Exhaust:

Spilt Dump & Front Pipe

Hi Flow Metal Cat

Straight Through 3 Inch Cat Back to Diff

Twin 3 Inch Stainless Pipes from Diff

Gearbox/Driveline:

RB25DET 5 Speed Manual

Nismo Lightweight Flywheel

Nismo 3 Puk Clutch

Nismo Gearbox Mount

Braided Clutch Line

Redline Shockproof Gearbox Oil

Shimmed Diff

Penrite 85W140 Diff Oil

Standard Tailshaft & Driveshafts

Brakes:

New Bendix CT Pads Front & Rear

New RDA Rotors Front & Rear

Braided Brake Lines

Wheels/Tyres:

Front: Work Rezax 17x8 +5 Marshall 205/40R17

Rear: Work Rezax 17x9 +5 Kumho KU31 215/45R17

Suspension:

Pedders Extreme Coilovers, Adjustable Hieght & Damper, 8KG Front & 6KG Rear Spring Rates

Whiteline Adjustable 27mm Front Swaybar With Pillowball Links

Whiteline Adjustable 22mm Rear Swaybar

ISC Castor arms

ISC Front Camber Arms

ISC Rear Camber Arms

ISC Hicas Lock Bar

KKR Traction Arms

KKR Tie-Rod Ends

Alloy Rear Subframe Pineapples

Extra Lock Spacers in Rack

Super Pro Rack Bushes

GTR Front Strut Brace

GTR Rear Strut Brace

Cooling:

Alloy Radiator

Genuine Nissan Radiator & Heater Hoses

Greddy LS Intercooler Kit

Interior:

JVC Double DIN Headunit

JVC Front & Rear 6.5 Inch Speakers

R33 GTR Front Seats

Exterior:

Genuine Final Konnexion Kit

Origin Roof Wing

Nismo Clear Side Markers

Sedan Headlights & Grille

Other:

Motor was put in about <1500KM ago. All Fluids, Belts, Hoses, Filters, Spark Plugs ect. done at same time. Paint isn't that good in places and is the only downfall of the car. Apart from that could'nt ask for a better car!

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