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My track ready street driven 33 4 door :D

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Hey fam its been a while. Sold the Impul last year and have had this 33 since 2015.
Almost every mechanical part front to back has been changed over by me including engine/box/diff excluding some fuel work, rear brace, bash plate, and cat.

MLS gasket
Ferrea valves
Garret GT3071R .63 turbo
V-band stainless dump pipe
High mount turbo manifold
Tial 44mm wastegate of rear housing
FG Falcon heatshield over turbo/gate
Screamer pipe and plumback elbow option (blanking plate on exhaust end)
200 cell euro IV catalytic converter
Twin 3 inch stainless blast pipes on straight pipe exhaust
Apexi Power Intake pod filter
Haltech Platinum Pro Plugin ECU
MAC valve boost control solenoid
Haltech Wideband 02 sensor
Haltech 4 bar map sensor
Freddy front facing plenum
Bigger throttle body assembly
880cc fuel injectors
Sard fuel pressure regulator
Walbro 255LPH intank pump (relayed)
Bosch 044 External pump (relayed)
2L surge tank
Splitfire coilpacks
NGK BKR7E spark plugs 0.8mm gap
Big 13 row oil cooler with braided lines
Oil filter relocation kit
Alloy radiator
Front mount intercooler
OEM wiper bottle cut in half (plastic welded to fit with intercooler pipes and retain stock pumps)
Clear timing belt cover
Bonnet gas struts

Stock 5 speed RB25DET gearbox
OS Giken triple plate clutch
Tomei 2way mechanical LSD diff centre
Diff cover painted in hammertone silver
XA Extreme adjustable coilovers
Stock brakes painted red
Slotted brake rotors
Front strut brace
Nismo rear strut brace
Hardrace rear Adjustable traction rods
Adjustable rear camber arms
Red hicas lock bar
Front rack ends fitted to hicas lock bar
Adjustable castor rods
Front LCAs extended 15mm by RW Performance (RIP)
Stock rack end fitted to GKtech spacer
A33 Maxima rack end
A33 Maxima tie rod ends
JDI lock knuckles
KAYS fabrication bash plate

Carbon fibre wrapped dash facia
White faced cluster
Green LED cluster backlight
Nismo gear knob
Nismo clear indicators
Nismo plates in place of GT badges
Nismo rear badge
Handbrake drift button
Silver clutch/brake/accelerator pedal grip plates
Nardi steering wheel (unsure if fardi)
Nardi horn button
Indian adjustable truck horns 🤠 (lehdaledhalehda!)
Blitz Boost gauge
Calibre Water temp gauge
SAAS monster taco (cluster has no revs)
OEM Nissan Genuine floor mats
Rear left passenger hang ring
OEM R33 GTR bucket seats
R33OA stickers and front Banner
RW Performance sticker (RIP)
R33OA Impul style boot lip (produced by me)
OEM N15 SSS roof wing
OEM M spec front bar, skirts, rear bar, and pods.

Work Eurolines 18x9.5
Stretched 215s
33mm spacing
-5 deg camber
7.5 deg castor
0 toe

Work Eurolines 18x11
Stretched 235s
-0.5 camber
0 toe

Tuned to 250kw @20psi on pump 98 by Matt Spry at PITS on the Gold Coast
Built for the experience of building a sick car but also to be a turn key drift car. Would like to take it to the track some day for sure but right now priorities are elsewhere. I've just been enjoying driving A to B without earplugs since the installation of that cat. The drone was pretty crazy with decat straight pipe blasties lol. Really enjoying driving it and absolutely love the look of my 4 door 🥰😍
Cheers for lookin 🙂

Recently started focusing on a Youtube for R33 owners out in the states while i live here!
3071 Screamer in action





























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On 8/2/2022 at 10:50 PM, soviet_merlin said:

Do you have a clip of what the horn sounds like? :) I'm curious now. What made you go for Indian truck style?

So this is the horn when it was purchased in Pune, India. Currently the wiring stopped working but the reason i wanted them is because i visited India in 2013 and the truck horns can be INSANE lol. The best ones go LEEDALEEDALEEEDALEEEDALEEEDA!!!

I'm not the happiest with the one i have because man some of them over there are so ridiculous lol

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