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Hard Parked Rb26 R33!

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well i bought my firsy skyline and plan to have this car for a very long time so i thought i would put it up somewhere to record what happens to it ect here is what it had when i bought it


- Standard rebuild (Short motor assembled by Hypertune Engine and Mechanical)

- ACL Race bearings.

- Chromoly piston rings.

- Block and all internals were acid bathed, cleaned, bores honed.

- Crank was Linished. Crank Collar was machined onto the nose of the Crank.

- N1 Oil pump and crank collar installed.

- New Timing belt, tensioner pully and water pump installed.

- Head reconditioned by Gilberts head recos with high quality valve stem seals.

- HKS adjustable cam gears installed.

- Alloy RB26 sump modified for RWD.

- 600x300x100 Front mount intercooler installed.

- aftermarket turbo intake piping kit.

- Apexi split dumps, Apexi 3inch front pipes, Catco high flow cat, 3inch Apexi Stainless catback with muffler. (Apexi N1 catback)

suspension and wheels

- Tein Coilovers all round

- RARE Genuine SSR Star Meshies. 16x8 fronts and 16x8 rear.


- RB25 Gearbox

- Tight 2way LSD

- Exedy Heavy Duty Clutch


Has brand new alarm system installed

the plan for this car is to have a reliable daily and be able to take it to drift events on the weekends to have some fun so anything for comfort will be staying becouse im not trying to squeze every last drip of power out of it.

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