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1989 R32 Gtr 400Kw Atw


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Hi all,

I'm selling my 1989 R32 GTR which i have owned for a little over a year. It was previously owned by 'YAWN' (Melbourne). It has spent 90% of the time i have owned it in the shop with the engine stripped back and re made to what is listed below and what you see in the pictures. All engine gear is brand new with top quality parts.

I'm selling it due to other commitments including the purchase of a new car & boat - I'm not interested in swaping for anything, thanks.

As i dont care much for computers, i dont own one, so i'm writing this with the help from a mate.

125,000 Km’s on the clock – less than 5,000 on the new motor

All engine gear is brand new!!

· Tomei 2.8L Kit

· New R34 N1 Crank

· Tomei Pistons & Rods

· Jun oil pump (Billet)

· 9L extended sump

· ACL race serves main + big end bearings

· BAL rotating assembly

· Studs through out / ARP rod bolt

· Tomei pro cams

· Heavy duty springs (Valve)

· Ported head

· Adjustable cam gears

· Garret T042 Roller turbo

· Turbosmart 50mm gate (screamer)

· Exhaust manifold

· 3 Inch exhaust – Jazima

· Blitz BOV

· Exedy twin plate clutch / billet flywheel combo

· Dog box

· Apexi Power FC / Detro conversion

· Ray’s wheels

· Ohlins coilovers

· Brembo brakes

· Slotted rotters

· Dephi Gauges

· Momo steering wheel

· Nismo dash

· 4 Point harness

· Sony head unit

  • Bride bucket seat
  • Oil Catch can
  • Carbon Fibre hood
  • Front mount intercooler

There is probably a few more things not listed that i cant remember.

Car makes 400 KW ATW on 20 PSI – 98 Ron Fuel

Looking for $33,000 ONO

Car located on the north shore in Sydney.

Best to call to discuss.

Call me to come organise a time to come see the car -Damon 0406 819 511

Thanks.

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Get Set:

2 oil pumps (N1) blew as they couldn't handle the power & the bearings seized to the crank, therfore the crank was replaced to the R34.

Dog box - straight cut gear set - syncro

Cams - Pro Cams.

If you want full specifications , You will have to give Tomei a call to retrieve off them as i dont have them.

Tony @ Boostech in Five Dock built and tuned the car.

Cheers!

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