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nsw/act  1992 r32 gtr, fresh built motor,built box 600kws


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Hi guys, just briefly. Im selling my r32 gtr 92 model. It has 2,400kms on the motor. Built rb26 by br2 motorsports @ingleburn. Tuned on br2 s hub dyno by Yavuz(unigroup engineering)and Av from br2. Made 610kws,at just over 30psi. Video of the dyno session on there facebook page. Under Allans neat r32 gtr.Gearbox was built and just freshned by ex award gbox guys. I bought it just freshened up off a Maatouks customer who has gone auto. Its Maatouks spec, plenty of his customers going mid to high 9s with this setup. Ppg billet shafts,billet forks with os giken gearset, motul oil. Direct clutch,twin plate. Car is very tidy and goes extremely well.Not over the top, not loud. Setup to be more responsive on the street rather than a lag monster.Has never seen the track, would go great at roll racing. Happy to talk thru mods with genuine buyer. I will post up and extensive add on car sales. Will be sold on restored and painted gloss blk r34 wheels with as new 265/35/18 semi s. Camden pk nsw, Allan 0410993105. $65 k ono nsw regoIMG_20180624_130657_782.jpeg20181028_133504.jpegIMG_20180928_185049_416.jpeg

 

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