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R32 4 Door.


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hey all,

I have my 1990 HCR32 4 door for sale. it has 205,xxx klms on the shell, I have only owned it for about 3 months now.. I'm selling to fund my next japan trip and to fund another project.

anyway, here is a list of mods.

- RB20det rebuilt at 110, 000 kms

- Gearbox rebuild at 161,000 kms

- Dr drift Remapped ECU

- Aftermarket roller bearing turbo, 440 hp rating

- Turbosmart bleed valve boost T

- Adjustable HKS cam gears

- Splitfire coils

- return flow Front mount intercooler

- 3 inch custom turbo back exhaust with highflow cat and Varex muffler

- New exhaust manifold studs and gasket

- Cusco oil catch can

- Walbro Fuel pump

- Excedy heavy duty cushion button clutch

- Cusco 2 way mechanical diff

- RBA slotted discs all round

- Front Project mu street pads, Rear Bendex ultimate

- Cusco brake master cylinder stopper

- jap spec Tien super street Coilovers

- Noltec Subframe bushes

- Noltec Sway bar bushes

- Gtr rear sway bar

- Front and rear strut braces

- Cusco adjustable castor arms

- Cusco upper front (camber) suspension arms

- Hicas lock bar

- Varex Muffler

- Weds Farmas rims 17 x 8jj fronts 17 x 9jj rears (rear wheels hand polished by me. look pretty awesome)

- 25mm bolt on spacers front and 8mm slip on spacers rear.

- HID Headlights ( projector/low beam)

- steering rack spacers

Interior

- Nardi wheel with Sparco quick release boss kit

- Blitz boost gauge

- Apexi turbo timer

- GTR Seats

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Personally I'd love to keep this car, In the 3 months i've owned the car, I've changed all the gaskets on the head (bar the head gasket), serviced it, flushed all the fluids and replaced them and a few other bits and pieces..the RWC only recently ran out but is fine to pass another one! the car runs perfectly, gearbox has no crunches or grinds, diff is quiet, perfectly streetable car. my intentions were to build a 25/30 for it but I have another project in mind now.. the car makes 194rwkw at 1bar on Dr drifts dyno with Injectors being the limiting factor.

only issue with the car is the drivers side front qtr is rippled due to the previous owner having the car too low and the tires pulled the guard in.

sold with NO RWC (will pass one easily through my mechanic just needs to be raised and put the airbox back on) but will have a couple months reg. possibly 6/12 months pending sale price.

any questions, don't hesitate to call Leigh on 0418-221-075.

$9000 negotiable. throw me some offers!

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I'm looking unto selling this now but has had a fair bit done since I bought it!

I've replaced clutch master/slave, serviced, fixed leake's, fitted new air filter, fitted gtr 444cc injectors, removed the chip and had a nistune fitted and tuned to 19.8psi via a Eboost street boost controller,now it has on dmdtuning's dyno 240rwkw! I've also got a guard that still needs painting to fix the guard on drivers front, the car has had new rear breaks done, I've changed the wheels to sparco racing 5 spoke wheels 17x8 17x9, changed boost gauge to turbosmart psi, fitted a momo steering wheel, new black floor mats worth $$, so all in all I paid 9000 and I've spent another 4000ish so I'm looking to sell for around 11000ono

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