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SamGrant

Twin R32 (LS1 and RB25) drift cars, Auckland NZ

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Hi Everyone,

In the last 6 months my brother and I have acquired two R32 sedans, one as a caged rolling body and one running a pretty terrible RB25det setup (big chinese laggy turbo setup, stock ecu etc etc).

Fast forward to the present day and the caged R32 now has an LS1 and T56 combination in the bay with the final plumbing to be completed. The RB25det in the other sedan has been converted back to factory with the idea of reliability and maximization of seat time in mind.

Will start a build thread in the next week or so, however you can keep up with us at @zakar.gp on instagram! Thought it would be a good idea to finally join SAU as the threads have often helped us solve issues and we would love to contribute to the pool of knowledge.

Cheers,

Sam

 

 

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Hey Sam, welcome!

These sound great, I am looking forward to the build threads!

Christian

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and some pics would be great! (some of us don't even facebook never mind instagram).

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  • Cheers guys. I'll add a few photos as the cars sit currently. 

     

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    Tidy bay. Good luck with the rest of the project!

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    Thumbs up :)

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