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R33 Parts for Sale (ECU, AFM, various Nismo Parts)
Selling parts from a S1 R33 RB25DET
Prefer pickup from Salisbury Heights, 5109, SA
Message for more details on 0400 182 695
Nismo 5Pce floormats, suitable for GTST & GTR, excellent condition with with -20,000km of use
Nismo R33 Short Shifter, -20,000km
Nismo Aluminium Carbon Shift Knob, -20,000km (minor swirly scratches on top)
Pivot Speed Meter
R33 S1 25DET ECU and AFM (Nissan consult thrown in as well)
$120 (Can separate if needed)
hey guys, need to sell my wheels,
Nismo LMGT4 by rays, 18x9.5+12 all round, tyres are 225 federal 595 at the front and basically new Achilles ATR sport 265 at the rear - not going to remove tyres
condition is ok but some rashing, mainly due to the rubbish paint job Import Monster did on these, they were originally white
anyway the price reflects the rashing, apart from those scratches they are good
if they don't sell ill wash em and take some better photos, but please, someone just buy them dont make me wash them god
Nissan Nismo GT-R
Is the standard Nissan GT-R too civilized for you? Maybe you feel like it’s lacking power or excitement. Fear not, the Nismo edition is here to solve all your worries. It offers more power, better handling, and greater overall performance, but that comes at a rather hefty premium. The GT-R is no longer the budget hypercar beating sportscar it once was. It’s now a full on supercar, with the price of the Nismo version exceeding that of Porsche’s Turbo S and even the 911 GT3 RS. Is it worth it?
Well, it depends on what you want from a car. Nismo is short for Nissan Motorsports, the company’s caring division. They’re in charge of the hottest and most exciting models Nissan makes, and they eventually even deliver their own specially-tuned model like the R35 GT-R Nismo. It’s a hardcore, enthusiast car, so in that regard, it’s not a Porsche Turbo S rival. Then again, it has so much raw potential and outright speed that you can’t compare it to the GT3 RS, which is more of a driver’s car offering enjoyment. So what is the Nismo then?
Well, for starters, it’s a lot more powerful than the standard GT-R. The 3.8 liter twin-turbo V6 located at the front has been tweaked to a rather large extent. The entire turbochargers have been swapped out for larger ones, offering higher air flow (they’re actually lifted from the GT3 car). The result is nothing short of astonishing, because the relatively light and compact unit is capable of delivering 600 horsepower and 481 pound-feet of torque. European models get 8 less horsepower, but it’s not really noticeable unless you’re a racing driver.
The engine is still mated to a six-speed dual-clutch gearbox, but Nissan say it’s better than ever. The shifts are faster still, and it works great in conjunction with the new turbochargers. Elsewhere, there’s new shock absorbers, springs, stabilizers and a unique Bilstein DampTronic system which transfers power to the wheels more efficiently and is completely driver adjustable.
A lot of emphasis has been put on aerodynamics. The Nismo version looks identical to the new 2017 GT-R, styling wise. It’s got the same tweaked front grille and the updated rear end, but a host of other changes as well. For instance, the aggressive bumper gets several layers of carbon-fiber sheets to improve the stiffness, the canards have been redesigned to improve overall airflow and the rear wing has been optimized to provide more downforce. The new Nismo GT-R manages to produce more downforce than any other Nissan ever built, apart from the racing cars of course.
We have to get back to the elephant in the room, and that’s the price of the Nismo. It’s some $38,000 over the 2017 premium GT-R, raising the figure to a whopping $227,000. In other words, you can have a premium GT-R and a Golf GTI for the price of one Nismo. Would you, however?
No, we wouldn’t either.
Pre production nismo er34
Rare pre production Er34-000131.Built 5/98,
1 of 5 ev1 yellow cars in the pre production run of 30, feature car used for nismo fr street parts catalogue, Can be found in Gtr-registry.com. Owned by 32yo mature enthusiast.
Car was exported on the 10/06 with 83400km, currently sitting on 92xxx.
All export documents, Dereg and shaken reports available along with owners manuals, dealer brochure/price list and Nismo catalogue/ paper work found under the rear seat.
Car spent some time at nismo paddock/omori, has the catalogue less rear wing fitted.
Nismo r tune coil overs
Nismo sway bars
Nismo lmgt2 18x9 with centre caps, new 265/35 semi slicks
Nismo s tune front bumper
Nismo 2 way gt LSD
Nismo super single clutch
Nismo slave cylinder
Nismo triple gauges
Nismo dash cluster
Nismo s tune stripe kit
Nismo gt led tail lights
Nismo smoked bumper indicators
Nismo smoked guard indicators
Nismo r32 n1 boot lip ( not fitted,but painted ready to go on)
Moonface/superlap jp tension rods
Moonface/superlap jp roll centre adjusters
Moonface/superlap jp rack ends
R34 Gtr 10 point under body brace
R34 Gtr front seats
R34 Gtr v2 aluminium pedals
Superior auto carbon gear/radio surround
C's short shifter
Car has been in storage for the last year and has had a lot of preventative maintenance done and new oem parts fitted. I intentionally made the engine setup look factory, whilst waking it up. All standard parts are also available with sale.
Hks3037pro s turbo, .86 rear
4" stainless intake, z32 afm, apexi power filter
Hpi low mount 304 manifold
Turbosmart 48mm progate with 316 screamer.
3.5" dump pipe, 3.5" hks SuperDragger with jasma step down removed from rear can.
Apexi delta fin intercooler
48mm ally rad, nismo thermostat
R35 Gtr 570cc oem denso injectors
Twin Walbro gs342 in tank pumps
Power fc with add on boost control kit.split fire coil packs
New oem belts fitted.
Motor was rebuilt by previous owner, has Ross 86.5 forged Pistons, cometic head gasket, arp head studs, new bearings/oil pump/waterpump/gasket kit.
Car was tuned by dvs Jez in October, Comptest/leakdown/smoke test inlet, on gate pressure, 18psi with no timing in it, comfortably made 270rwkw @ 85 percent duty cycle on 98oct, fuel being the limiting factor.350rwkw is there for the taking with a set of 1250cc injectors and an e85 tune.
Car was pulled down/inspected and resprayed in fresh ev1 by medicar, campelltown, no accident damage or rust was found.chassis rails are straight and not crushed from incorrect jacking like most, factory under seal still in place (no cover ups) Car was painted inside and out with the exception of the engine bay and underbody.Car was completely cavity waxed to ensure its survival for the next 20 years.This was not your typical cheap respray that are the flavour of the week.new oem weather trims were fitted.
New xenon headlight housings were also fitted.
Car has been ceramic coated with opti coat including glass.
all electrics work as they should, climate control works as it should,
stereo is a basic Sony cd player and alpine type s 6" speakers front and rear.
Will not find a cleaner Gtt unless Nissan Japan has one tucked away.With the prices of 34gtr's skyrocketing and Gtt's slowly climbing in price as they're being exported to Canada/China/USA, this represents a great investment and bang for buck. Currently insured with NRMA vvc for 25k, awaiting an increase in cover, after appraisal.
Car is currently unregistered/in storage in a climate controlled garage as I have no intention of putting kms on it, can arrange rego for buyer.Can also accommodate a permit to drive for interstate purchaser or interstate freight.High res/detailed photos upon request.
Car will only be pulled from storage once proof of funds are made available.
Mechanic / specialist inspection welcomed under my supervision.
Firm on price, plenty of wound back r-grade cars available for less.
Only selling so I can free up space to work on my Gtr.
Please do your research before contacting me, as to what this car represents and ONLY contact me, if you're a serious buyer.
i am not interested in swaps
located south of Sydney,nsw
Car can also be found on carsales
Removing an rb25de/det + gearbox
Before I get any heroes, leave your negativity with your huge ego ay
what do i need?
- a simple but detailed explanation of how to remove an rb25de/det + gearbox.
but anyway, hopefully this is an easy one for yous
I searched, read, and googled a lot. But, I haven't the right forums or a detailed enough explanation to run with. So, what im asking is if there is anyone on here that believes that they 'know' the best/right way of removing an rb25de/det engine + gearbox.
This will a first time experiencing removing an engine plus box so the more detailed and well explained tutorial the smoother this process will go. I have watched a lot of videos, which has covered a lot of steps to remove an engine. Though It seems almost no one does it the same way, some people remove a lot of components where some only remove 'the basics'. Watching lots of different videos and reading stacks of information is pretty overwhelming.
If someone could post a thread, find a thread, link me a thread/ video/ anything that you think would help it would be appreciated.
what do i need?
- a simple but detailed explanation of how to remove an rb25de/det + gearbox.