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Myr33 Projekt - 500Kw 600Hp


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BORED SO THOUGHT ID POST MY PROJECT UP

LET ME NO WHAT U THINK J..ITS A 97 R33 SKYLINE GTST..CAR IS GETTING NEW PAINT JOB (MIDNIGHT PURPLE) AND BODYKIT FITTED AT THE MOMENT AND ENGINE IS NEARLY BUILT..AM EXPECTING 500KW 600HP J AND WILL BE READY IN NEXT 2-3MONTHS..IM UPLOADING SOME PHOTOS..SOME ARE MY OWN ORIGINAL PHOTOS AND SOME ARE THE PHOTOS FROM EBAY

· TOP SECRET BODYKIT

· VENTED BONNET

· CARBON GTR GRILL

· XENON GTR HEADLIGHTS

· 20" ZENETTI RIMZ

· NISMO LCD DASH

· BRIDE RED FRONT BUCKET SEATS

· BRIDE RED REAR SEATS

· PLUSH BLACK CARPET

· RE-TRIMD DIAMOND STICHING DASH/ROOF/DOORTRIMZ

· SMOKED REAR TAILIGHTS

· TEIN ADJUSTABLE COILOVERS FRONT+REAR

· BREMBO GTR33 BRAKES + RDA GOLD SLOTTEDROTORS

· RB30/RB25

· CUSTOM OIL SUMP

· ARIAS FORGED PISTONS

· CHEV CONRODS

· 1700CC INDY BLUE BOSCH INJECTORZ

· TOMEI SOLID LIFTERS

· TOMEI TYPE B VALVE SPRINGS

· TOMEI PROCAMSHAFTS 10.25

· CAM GEARS

· ALIUM PULLEY KIT

· 1.5MM COSWORTH GASKET

· GREDDY OIL COOLER

· GREDDY INTAKE MANNIFOLD

· GREDDY ADAPTER PLATE

· GREDDY FUEL RAIIL

· MOTEC M4 ECU

· 42MM GARRETT WASTEGATE

· TWIN TOP MOUNT MANNIFOLD

· 2 X HKS DUMP PIPES

· Q45 90MM THROTTLE BODY

· 1/2" HEAD STUDS

· RB26DETT CHROME ROCKER COVERS

· 2 X GT28R GARRETT BALL BEARING TURBOS

· NISMO TWIN PLATE CLUTCH

· LIGHTNED FLYWHEEL

· 2 X FUEL PUMPS

· 2 X FUEL FILTERS

· DRY ICE FUEL CELL

· SPITFIRE COILPACKS

· 100MM INTERCOOLER

· ALIUMINUM RAIDIATOR

· GREDDY SURGE TANK

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