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timmy_89

nsw/act  FS: 1998 Nissan Skyline R34 GTT street/track car

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Looks like the time has come for me to sell this gallant steed after owning it for near 7 years. I'm not in a rush to sell but also have no real need to keep it. Time to move on to something new. Please note, this car will be sold as a 'track car with rego', the new owner can choose which path they wish to take.

I purchased this car back in August 2012 with 152,000kms at which time it had minor mods running just over 200rwkw and completely stock body, suspension, etc. It was a daily for the original owner who did a lot of highway driving. Originally it was used as a weekend car which progressed in to the occasional event and then to full time 'track car'. It has however retained full rego but it is honestly only driven on the street to get to local events.

It has always been well maintained with fluids being changed reguarly. Have had many good results with the car over the years, particularly at Mount Panorama events with multiple 1st in class and the odd top 3 outright. Car has been built up to suit WTAC clubsprint rules, only thing you need to change to compete in clubsprint right now is the tyres. Alternatively, most parts can be included to return this back to a street car with some impressive power.

It's possible I will miss something below so if so feel free to shoot through any questions. Test drives will be allowed only after a deposit is made.

Generic details:
1998 Nissan Skyline R34 GTT (sunroof model)
Genuine 177,000kms
Silver paint, currently vinyl wrapped
Rego until 14th May 2019, no outstanding defects, will provide further details to serious buyers
Located Bathurst NSW
Asking price $23,000 negotiable

Engine:
Healthy (original) RB25DET Neo
Adaptronic modular M6000 ECU
Reconditioned head
Camtech 272 cams (VCT removed)
Custom titanium valve spring and retainer setup
Nitto headgasket and gasket kit
ARP headstuds
RB26 intake plenum
6boost twin scroll manifold
Garret GTW3476 with custom twin scroll 1.01ar vband rear housing (will also come with custom twin scroll 0.84ar vband rear housing)
4" turbo intake with K&N filter
2x Turbosmart Gen-V  40mm wastegates with braided boost lines and screamers
Turbosmart 40psi oil pressure reg
Turbosmart eBoost2 boost controller
Custom intercooler piping
Fenix intercooler
3.5" dump pipe to 3" straight through exhaust
Fenix 52mm radiator
Nismo thermostat
OEM water pump replaced ~10,000kms ago
Fenix oil cooler
Nismo engine mounts
Regularly serviced with Nulon 15W50 Racing Oil
Made 420rwkw at 26-28psi with the 0.84ar rear housing
Currently running 370rwkw at 22psi with the 1.01ar rear housing (required 4 port boost solenoid to run more boost)
All major engine work and tune completed at Redsun Motorsport within the last 5,000kms

Fuel setup:
Bosch 2200cc injectors
Fuel rail
Holley fuel pressure reg
Earls fuel filter
Aftermarket Industries SP1200 surge tank
3x Walbro 460 fuel pumps (1 in main tank 2 in surge tank)
Braided fuel lines

Driveline:
Custom clutch by Jim Berry, 6 puk single plate solid centre 5,000lbs pressure plate
Custom flywheel by Jim Berry
New OEM gearbox 15,000kms ago
Nismo gearbox mount
Nulon full synthetic 75W85 change regularly
Nismo 1.5 way LSD
Nulon full synthetic 80W140 changed regularly

Suspension:
BC Racing BR coilovers
Whiteline 24mm front swaybar
Whiteline 24mm rear swaybar
Cusco adjustable front upper control arms
Hardrace adjustable rear camber arms
Hardrace adjustable rear traction arms
Hicas lockbar

Brakes:
ABS delete kit
Braided brake lines all around
Alpha Omega Racing big brake kit front/rear
- Evo 8 front Brembo calipers (rebuilt <5,000kms ago)
- Attackd 350mm Evo 10 front rotors
- Evo 9 rear Brembo calipers (rebuilt <5,000kms ago)
- DBA 370Z 350mm rear rotors
Intima Type D V2 pads all around
Project Mu G-Four 335 brake fluid changed regularly

Exterior:
Z tune style carbon/fibreglass vented bonnet
Front splitter made using aluminium composite board
Full custom wrap by Prowaps and Graphics (silver paint under wrap)
OEM R34 GTR 18x9 wheels, some scuffs/marks
Yokohama Advan A050 265/35R18

Interior:
Stripped interior
Nardi steering wheel with short boss kit
Bride fixed back seat
Takata 6 point harness
AGI bolt in 4 point cage
Fire extinguisher
Defi Link gauges (oil pressure, oil temp, water temp)
AEM AFR gauge
Nismo gearknob

Miscellanious:
A/C removed
Battery relocated to boot
Front tow strap
Damage on front drivers guard  (pictured)
Airbags removed

Spares/removed parts included:
OEM bonnet (wrapped to match current wrap)
Full original interior available
Original suspension arms
Driveshafts
TCS/ABS/hicas computers plus loom
Most A/C parts
OEM radiator
Other miscellaneous stock parts or spares for the track

Recent track times:
Mount Panorama 2:28.1
Mount Panorama Esses Hill Climb 0:28.16
Mount Panorama Supersprint 0:48.52
SMSP GP Circuit 1:42.7

Less recent track times:
Mount Panorama Esses Descent 0:40.38 (2016 with ~300rwkw/AD08R tyres)
Mount Panorama Mountain Straight Hill Climb 0:50.11 (2015 with ~260rwkw/AD08R tyres)
SMSP Brabham Circuit 2:15.8 (2016 with ~300rwkw/AD08R tyres)
SMSP South Circuit 1:05.3 (2016 with ~300rwkw/AD08R tyres)
Sandown Raceway 1:25.01 (2016 with ~300rwkw/AD08R tyres)
Wakefield Park 1:09.07 (2015 with ~260rwkw/AD08R tyres)

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Gave the old girl a good wash this week and discovered that the passenger power window isn't working. I tested the switch and there is power coming in/out. No blown fuses. Suspect the window reg may have died, will take this in to consideration with any negotiations with potential buyers and can assist buyer in sourcing replacement (if I haven't sourced one before it sells). Driver power window is still working fine.

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