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r32-25t

R32 Gtr Long Term Love, Now Project

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It has midori dump pipes, 2x70>Into 80mm front pipes (not sure of brand as rage was missing) 3in 100cel cat and a hks cat back (the one with the huge mufflers in it.

But of corse for curiosity sake when I installed it i had a look down the exhaust and being a jasma exhaust it came with a free resrtictor in the center muffler

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Woo, I keep my left nut.

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I had always intended to replace the exhaust anyway as I was never happy with how low it was and It didn't sit up in the rear bar how I would have liked

So now it's going to get a fully custom made stainless steel one that hugs right up into the body

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Something just dawned on me. What if it was a custom exhaust.

Dun dun dun dah

Pew pew pew. Jap junk strikes again :P.
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Only a little update this time, I took the exhaust off the car and took it for a drive (I'm sure the neighbors were real impressed lol) and it reved clean and it made power!! luckily the next job was always going to be exhaust, so me and my mate will be building an exhaust for it ASAP

Also the car has decided to leave it mark around the place and that will be the next little job that also needs doing, is power steering and transfer case oil

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Measure everything up for the exhaust, mate?

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I'm guessing there was no leaks after you drilled out your standard rail?

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Took the car to Steve's on Saturday and we threw it up on a hoist and worked out what we needed and I ordered it today

Yeah mate the rail sealed perfectly

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Also turns out the leaks on the power steering are form the feed line to the pump and the transfer case is the speedo seal, so will order the o ring for that and do the actuator seal while I'm at it. The power steer line I will probably make up a custom one using dash fittings

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Sorry haven't up dated this for a couple of weeks but was crook and then had things to do to the house,

I've only done a really small thing to it. Basically I've never liked that the superlaps don't have center caps and got some adaptors that allow me to fit some

Went from this

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And ended up with this

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Another small job this week, the boost gauge has been an eye sore for a while after the bracket broke

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So a trip to skyline spares and a little money later I was able to buy a second hand bracket and fit the gauge in it. Looks a lot better, it's amazing how the little things can make a huge difference

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sorry for the terrible photos but it was dark inside the garage

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Thanks mate, will be getting back into the good stuff very soon

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