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Hey Guys,

I'm pretty young, 14. My dad said he would go half with me in a Nissan Skyline R34 GTT 1998 Model. I've always wanted one. I'm just writing a list of things that I will eventually get for it. I need help with trying to find these good parts please look Below.

My Colour Scheme for the Car is Black and Silver. The Parts I need are;

Interior

A Matt Black Steering Wheel.

A Matt Black Dashboard thing.

A Pair of Nice Black Seats (Front).

A Pair of Nice Black Leather Seats (Back).

A Good Speedo (Black, but the dials and everything you get the info off Silver).

Performance

Nice Wheels (Silver).

Good Brakes (Silver Cover).

A Good Muffler (Not sure what size, i've seen post that you can loose speed and compression if it's to big so I need someone to tell me a good type and size).

Exterior

A Nice Body Kid (Black and Silver).

Some Cool Side Skirts (Black).

A good looking Spoiler (Black).

Sound

For Sound I was going to get the below but I'm not sure, can you tell me if it's good.

IVA-W520EBT Stereo- $999.00.

2x SWX-1243D Subwoofer - $1398.00.

SPX-17PRO Speakers - $999.00.

PDX-M12 Amplifier - $999.00.

Thanks,

SkyLow. :)

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lol, Good aspirations, GTT is turbo im assuming ( sorry not a 34 fan at all)

Interior, You will need to get all of that custom,

Wheels, You choice- No one here really cares for big 18" + chromies if htats what your intending,

Brakes- Stock power you will be fine, Get good pads a synth fluid.

Body kit and spolier, Your choice.

Exhaust, Depending if turbo or not- Either way....Just leave it stock.

Really not the project for a 14yr old, Unless you were born with a silver spoon.

Good luck mate ;) Pm me any questions il see what i can do.

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Yeah I can on my P's and L's.

But if it is illegal which I don't think it is then I can get an Exemption.

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Yeah I can on my P's and L's.

But if it is illegal which I don't think it is then I can get an Exemption.

It is Illegal on both of them as far as i am aware in NSW unless something has changed recently which i highly doubt, so before you start painting all your dreams onto paper you are probably best researching the ability to drive such a car..... The people on SAU are generally a wealth of knowledge and very helpful as majority are owners of the cars themselves (like i am), but at 14 you are probably in the wrong place to start posting new threads, its great to see your enthousiasm at such a young age but do your research on the RTA laws then evaluate what you plan to do.

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Yeah I can on my P's and L's.

But if it is illegal which I don't think it is then I can get an Exemption.

Yes it it illigal, Yuu can only drive it on your L's And NO you wont get an exeption, $1400 fine and 9 months loss of licene is pretty standard for that offecne.

You will only get an exeption if you live in the bush and need to drive a v8 land cruiser ect or your a mechanic and even then its only during work hours. Seriously dont bother with it.

Get a NA or just dirve the turbo and prepare to deal with the boys in blue.

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It is Illegal on both of them as far as i am aware in NSW unless something has changed recently which i highly doubt, so before you start painting all your dreams onto paper you are probably best researching the ability to drive such a car..... The people on SAU are generally a wealth of knowledge and very helpful as majority are owners of the cars themselves (like i am), but at 14 you are probably in the wrong place to start posting new threads, its great to see your enthousiasm at such a young age but do your research on the RTA laws then evaluate what you plan to do.

You can drive anything you want on your L's Only p platers have restictions.

Im assuming its becasue your with a fully licenced driver and under there supervision.

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you can only get an exemption if your in QLD and your car has a FACTORY turbo with a power to weight ration of less than 125KW/Tonne..

Which is a R32 GTR.

But yeah like most of these boys said, you've got years and years to go until you end up getting one. Unless your spoilt and your parents buy it for you.

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You can drive anything you want on your L's Only p platers have restictions.

Im assuming its becasue your with a fully licenced driver and under there supervision.

Good old RTA, allow a completely inexperienced driver roll around in a turbo car :ban:

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you can only get an exemption if your in QLD and your car has a FACTORY turbo with a power to weight ration of less than 125KW/Tonne..

Which is a R32 GTR.

But yeah like most of these boys said, you've got years and years to go until you end up getting one. Unless your spoilt and your parents buy it for you.

Diff rules here in NSW.

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Diff rules here in NSW.

I'm from Sydney myself, i know that.

We have a 210KW power limit on P plates too. But i have no idea why this law was only intruduced in QLD.. now even more people are going to die on our roads from 17 year olds driving turbo'd cars. The law was only introduced January this year from memory, i haven't heard of anyone that's actually got the exemption but i know that you don't need a reason whatsoever.

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Wheels under "performance" section, I lol'd.

Buy the car and come back when you want to modify it - until then, you're dreaming/trolling.

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I would add stage 3 weight reduction to the performance section. That got me 4.3 seconds round Nuremberg.

also blue neons and put them all around the car and i think a massive roof scoop would add at least 85HP too

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I'm from Sydney, i know that.

We have a 210KW power limit on P plates too.

now even more people are going to die on our roads from 17 year olds driving turbo'd cars.

Congrats, being from Sydney is a definite advantage when it comes to intelligence!

Yes, p platers can drive a 210 kw VE SV6

Now they can also drive a turbo car up to 125kw/tonne

Better run for the hills and never drive again, a car with a turbo is way more dangerous than a corolla hooking through a school zone!

Has the p plate road toll dropped since the introduction of power restrictions? No.

OP, by the time you get your licence, cars will fly but P platers will only be able to drive ground vehicles, their performance won't matter, as they'll be seen as almost obsolete and underwhelming compared to jet cars. Just buy the GTT now in preparation for the next few years.

The places for all of those parts is supercheap and Bob Jane T-marts.

You can buy matte black paint and cool seats from supercheap and there's also sections full of racing steering wheels and gear knobs, they have speakers, too. The most important thing though; is that they stock cannons. Get in ASAP as their cannons never last long. The bigger the better, buy two and stick one on the other side of the car for symmetry.

They have an array of specialty tools and if you have any problems whatsoever, the in house supercheap technicians can help you fit seat covers and offer you advice on which wood screws will hold that heart shaped cannon on best.

Bob Jane is the go to guy if you want high performance 22" rims and grippy nangkangs that will surely get you stepping out at the roundabout D1GP.

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Congrats, being from Sydney is a definite advantage when it comes to intelligence!

Yes, p platers can drive a 210 kw VE SV6

Now they can also drive a turbo car up to 125kw/tonne

Better run for the hills and never drive again, a car with a turbo is way more dangerous than a corolla hooking through a school zone!

Has the p plate road toll dropped since the introduction of power restrictions? No.

OP, by the time you get your licence, cars will fly but P platers will only be able to drive ground vehicles, their performance won't matter, as they'll be seen as almost obsolete and underwhelming compared to jet cars. Just buy the GTT now in preparation for the next few years.

The places for all of those parts is supercheap and Bob Jane T-marts.

You can buy matte black paint and cool seats from supercheap and there's also sections full of racing steering wheels and gear knobs, they have speakers, too. The most important thing though; is that they stock cannons. Get in ASAP as their cannons never last long. The bigger the better, buy two and stick one on the other side of the car for symmetry.

They have an array of specialty tools and if you have any problems whatsoever, the in house supercheap technicians can help you fit seat covers and offer you advice on which wood screws will hold that heart shaped cannon on best.

Bob Jane is the go to guy if you want high performance 22" rims and grippy nangkangs that will surely get you stepping out at the roundabout D1GP.

Stopped reading after the first line, just saying

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