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Grizza

Darwin r33 gtst s II

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Hi Guys/Gals,

 

First time skyline owner/driver here, have been lurking the threads and figured it was time to sign up.

I own an r33 sII, got a FMIC, hicas (not sure whether to go a bar or full lockout system), its got a gtr front end and rear adjustable wing with tail light in the middle, factory low mount turbo, factory coilovers, hks mushroom filter, the exhaust is 3" going through a muffler and resonator (not sure if this was factory or dumb australian import laws), other than that i know nothing more about it. My mate pretty much gave it to me, he knows nothing about it and he cant afford to waste all the money I can. 

Wasnt much of a car person in high school but i had never had boost before, I get it now. 

I might be too old to hang with the kids at the local servo friday and saturday nights so the plan is to keep it road registeres and drift spec to just have fun down the track every other weekend. 

Love all the awesome info here i look forward to chatting with you all

 

Cheers! 

 

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Welcome to the site @Grizza!

Any pics? 

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cheers prank

sorry for the late reply 

still learning about what the actual history of the car is, but for now I'm going to replace the timing belt and water pump, probably the radiator hoses and see what the radiator looks like, alot of small boring stuff before I can get to the fun stuff. 

 

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