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1993 Nissan R Thirty-Two


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Make: Nissan

Model: R32 Gtst

Year: 1993

Engine: Rb25det (approx 128,000km)

Mileage Chassis (approx 180,00km)

Gearbox: Rb25det

Item Condition: Like brand new, All new parts purchased

Reason For Sale: Another project

Location Brisbane

Price $25,000

Contact PM or 0420855181

Extra Details:

There is well over 5grand computer in this car and has had 4days Dyno time, perfect cold start with no idle up control.

Has currently 12months rego, registered as FAP 32

There is allot more in this car then meets the eye or the bellow list.

Car has full mod plates for:

1. Engine Conversion

2. Manual Gearbox upgrade (code will cover dog box etc)

3. Turbo, Intercooler

4. Brake upgrade (will cover any brake kit)

5. 2 seat conversion

6. 6 Point Harness

7. 2 way Diff

8. Fixed back seat

Chassis:

- Started out, stripped entire car to bare metal

- Stitch welded every seam, then re-sealed

- Re-did the whole under body back to bare metal then re-body deadened

- Removed all sound deadening

- Re-painted entire car in DG black

- etc...

Styling:

- 6 x Cst Hyper Zero Fr: 17x9+35 (+10 effective) Re: 17x9.5+15

- Pumped and shaved gtst guards

- Standard skirts / Pods

- GTR FRP front bar

- GTR Bonnet w. aerocatch latches

- Clear Indicators

- Non-projector Headlights w. Clear Lenses

Motor / Trans / Running Gear:

- Self Built S2 Rb25det sitting 40mm lower and 30mm backwards

- Blasted block (resprayed black)

- Freshly resembled (factory)

- Self ported head (72hours worth)

- Lapped valves w. new stem seals

- Modified cooling lines

- Garrett GT3076r

- Self Port matched Hks Low mounted Log Manifold

- Self Port matched Freddy Plenum

- Denso Jeccs 555cc Injectors

- Modified Q45 TB

- Nismo Fuel Reg

- Catch can & Coolant Swirl-Pot

- PWR Oil / PS fluid Coolers

- Turbosmart Ultra-Gate w. Screamer & Stealth BOV

- 3" Custom Dump-Pipe to 3" front pipe to highflow cat to straight pipe at flick of switch or to Kakimoto Regu06&R Cat Back for street use

- Rb25 Box

- NPC lightened HD flywheel

- Exedy 5puk Button Clutch

- Braided clutch line with modified throw out assembly for lighter clutch feel

- Single Piece Tail-shaft

- PWR x-flow GTR radiator

- PWR intercooler, custom end tanks

The brains behind the above:

- Haltech PS2000 (oil/water/fuel sensors, 02 wideband, ls1 coilpacks behind dash)

- Racepak IQ3

- Currently at 355rwhp on 14psi tuned by Chris Romano

Front / Rear End:

- 8/6kg Isc Coilovers

- Superpro bushes throughout

- CBC Bearings throughout

- Front ISC Castor Arms

- Silkroads Adjustable Camber Arms

- PoweredByMax Steering Knuckles w. lengthen LCA

- PoweredByMax Tie rods

- Generic Tie rod Ends

- Power steering rack moved forwards 20mm

- Front / Rear Whiteline adjustable sway bars

- s13 non-hicas Rear subframe gusseted and foam filled

- PoweredByMax Riser Bushings

- PoweredByMax Traction Arms

- PoweredByMax Toe Arms

- PoweredByMax Camber Arms

- R33 gtst front Brakes with QFM Pads and RDA rotors

- R32 gtst rear Brakes with QFM Pads and RDA rotors

- Tucked brake lines with Braided Hoses

- Hydraulic Handbrake with Standard Cable brake for parking

- Kaaz 2way Diff

The Office:

- 2 Seated

- Parcel tray panel

- Battery relocated behind passenger seat

- Completely re-wired using an EZ wiring Kit

- Sparco Sprint Fixed Back

- Safety 21 Rollcage, powder-coated orange with added harness bar

- RPM harness

- S15 Dash conversion

- Heater box / AC removed completely, runs electronic demister / fan

- JVC HU / Pioneer Splits

- Nardi Classic

BUILD THREAD HERE

Pictures:

im on it, check build thread for meantime

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