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DaymoR32

Daymo's Back! - R32 RB25DET NEO

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Hi All,

Been a while since i was on here and in a skyline, but im pleased to say that im now the proud owner of this R32 engineered with an RB25DET NEO and heaps of fruit!

Spec is as follows:-

Engine & Drivetrain:-

105,000km’s
Engineered 365kw Rb25det neo 
Set up with Boost by gear. As follows 
18psi 1st, 2nd and 25psi 3rd, 4th, 5th on e85
18psi on 98
Gtx 3076 .82r garrett with speedflow fittings and braided lines
ATP catch can with speedflow -10 braided lines and fittings
50mm gen V turbosmart external waste gate
Spitfire coils
Custom 3 inch dump into 4 inch HKS exhaust
ARP head studs 
Bosch 1250cc injectors 
Turbosmart fuel reg
Turbosmart fuel filter
Walbro 460l fuel pump with relay
Haltech elite 2500
49mm Koyo type r copper radiator 
Brand new Rb25 gearbox, exedy sports tuff HD clutch with upgraded pressure plate and one piece tailshaft
4.3 diff gears 1.5 way nismo diff

Interior:-

Haltech racepack street dash 
Aem oil pressure gauge
Aem wideband 
Turbo smart boost gauge on pillar 

Suspension & Handling:-

Cusco street zero adjustable coilovers
R33 Front lower control arms 
Adjustable castor rods

Exterior:-

Genuine N1 headlights 
Genuine GTR bonnet,
Genuine GTR front bar
Genuine GTR grill
Genuine 17x9 3 Piece BBS LMs wrapped in Hankook rs4s

ICE:-

Alpine Double DIN Headunit
Kicker Amp
Kicker 6x9's
Kicker Front Speakers c/w tweeters and crossovers

Current plans are:-

raise it up a little bit 10-15mm
remove some camber from the front,
buy some new rear tyres
wire up the wipers
carbon front lip (to replace the flaking stock one)
enjoy driving it!!

 

Now for the pictures!

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Thanks, yes it was definitely well loved!

The previous owner put all the stickers all ver the car, i've removed most of them from the windscreen, i didnt actually know thats what the sticker meant on the ashtray, might leave it there now i know!

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thanks! yeah as soon as  i saw it i just had to have it. it was basically what i dreamt i was going to do with my last one but without all the hassle and its already engineered! 

 

I'll definitely be in touch when it comes to ordering some new pads!

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yeah theres just a few little bits that need finishing off.

The wipers are not wired in - i luckily have an old rb25 loom in my garage that i can unpick the plug from. but its still gonna be a bit of a task. and i absolutely despise wiring!

Also need to put the washer bottle back in once he sends me it. hopefully all that wiring is present.

Horn doesnt work either, again hopefully thats a simple fix. just want to make sure all these issues are fixed and keep it properly roadworthy.

Will need to make an enclosure for the pod filter too, thats the fun part though. means i can practice my welding skills on scrap stainless from work :)

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Put the 3D printer to good use and printed this cup holder out of ABS. Gonna change the design a bit and get rid of the GTR logo and make the fit a bit smoother across the top. But it works for now!BD9F8CED-E4D3-48E4-894D-001FDBC871F2.thumb.jpeg.34c73a24dab8bac9f6bb378cb6125338.jpeg81FF9B4D-9A62-4801-879E-4C835B0F09F1.thumb.jpeg.86d27a8305b4e0778bb3d003ff2957dc.jpeg

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Spent an hour or so unpicking 5-6 wires from an old rb25 wiring loom I had lying around. Tesa taped them up and found the connectors in the existing wiring loom and hooked them up. I now have working wipers! That’s one less thing to worry about come rego time!

Attempted to take the rear wiper off but the nut is all rusted out and corroded. Going to try and weld some scrap metal too it so that I can undo it and remove the whole motor assembly. Will use one of the blanking plugs from the boot floor so I’m not left with a hole in the glass.

Will 3D print some new bungs to fill the holes in the boot floor and stop water getting in.9F9B89EF-B2B2-4364-A7AA-4A6385168CB7.thumb.jpeg.a028aa2a22ef548f04cf1565e8ae2200.jpeg

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Just a small update, did a little bit of tidying up to the car.

First thing on the list was removing the rear wiper as it didnt work at all (there's still a few little wiring gremlins with the car)

Before:

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Next up was installing some LED interior lights, found this pretty cool SMD PCB light which is actually super bright. makes the interior feel a bit more modern at night!

Before:-

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After:

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Then installed a set of aero wipers on the front, got rid of the horrible metal ones:-

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Next mod on the list is installing this when it gets delivered on Tuesday/Wednesday :)

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I've also ordered some c-spanners from the UK, hopefully they will be here this week too. then i can raise the car a little bit, possibly get some wider rear tyres if they'll fit - on 235/45/17's at the moment, hoping a 245 may squeeze in once i raise the backend a bit. then i'll get a wheel alignment done. 

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4 minutes ago, GTSBoy said:

It's kinda not surprising the rear wiper wasn't working. It was installed on the wrong side of the car!

Haha really? I prefer it without regardless, water just runs off the window anyway!

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Carbon dmax roof spoiler arrived on Tuesday, went straight to burnings and got some sikafkex 258 - the automotive windscreen stuff. Cleaned the window and the spoiler with isopropyl alcohol and applied a decent amount of sikafkex to the spoiler.

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then chucked a ratchet strap over it and placed a bit of weight on top for extra pressure...

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Left it to set for 12 hours overnight and it’s safe to say she’s on there for good now! I only have garage photos for now but I’m happy with the look

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Also had a GTR seat laying around in the garage for a couple of years, thought I’d chuck it in to see how it feels (it’s not in the best condition though). Much happier with the driving position as I’m now sat a bit lower. Now I just need to hunt down a passenger seat and rear bench!C0BC6D7F-74A1-4339-AE33-861E09BA044B.thumb.jpeg.3412ff457ecb574b25a72dff1ee5f5a4.jpeg

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My c spanner’s finally arrived on Friday which meant I could raise the car up 15mm all around, however more importantly my carbon jun style front splitter arrived! Again, I’ve only got garage pics for now but it makes the front look heaps better and gets rid of the paint damage on the oem splitter!

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ive also ordered some replacement ancillary belts as they are starting to squeak on startup, hopefully they arrive this week.

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