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Hi guys, I am doing some engineering work for a well know suspension manufacturer and I quickly need some sample standard shocks, no aftermarket ones please. Stuffed ones are OK, they are required only for their dimensions. I only need one of each, it doesn't matter if left or right, the list follows;

R32 GTST Front - already have

R32 GTST Rear - already have

R32 GTR Front - now have

R32 GTR Rear - now have

R33 GTST Front -

R33 GTST Rear - already have

R33 GTR Front -

R33 GTR Rear -

R34 GTT Front -

R34 GTT Rear -

Stagea Front - already have

Stagea Rear - already have

I can arrange for them to be picked up anywhere in Sydney. Payback is first access to the new product at a discounted price.

PM or reply here is OK. :P

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I've got a set of standard R32 GT-R front and rear struts I suppose you could borrow (if you return them, lol). Access to the new product isnt that big a deal for me, but if you need them PM me to arrange something

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Hey SK, does this mean I should hold off buying some 32GTR coilovers? :)

Not if you need them now, it will be a few months until they are ready for sales. Maybe around Xmas time. :D

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If i was looking at Whiteline Works kit or possibly Group 4's, should i be holding out as well? :rolleyes: Looking to install September. I suppose you probably can't release details, but just a general question. Mainly street use but designed for a bit of track? Or pure track products?

cheers.

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If i was looking at Whiteline Works kit or possibly Group 4's, should i be holding out as well? :P Looking to install September. I suppose you probably can't release details, but just a general question. Mainly street use but designed for a bit of track? Or pure track products?

cheers.

Hi SS8_Gohan, they will be the same as the other kits in the Group 4 range. They will have sophisticated valving, capable of handling a good range of spring rates. Plus the adjustment will facilitate compliance for the road and a large range of damping for the track. Because of the combined bump and rebound adjustment, it will not be necessary to run big spring rates to control the chassis.

But I wouldn't count on them being available much before Xmas. :O

PS, I now have a set of std R32 GTR shocks. The list at the start of the thread is now up to date.

I would really like some for an R33GTR, common guys there must be :D someone around Sydney who kept their standard shocks.

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