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R32 Skyline GTR

1989 R32 GTR: Engine spec: *R34 N1 Nur Spec Engine(1000kms, just swapped in still on break in period, brand new from nissan) *N1 Oil pump *N1 water pump *Nismo fuel pump *Greddy fuel rail *Siemens 870cc injectors *Greddy Oil filter relocation kit *Greddy Oil cooler kit *Greddy adjustable cam gears *Greddy lightened pullies *Greddy kevlar timing belt *Splitfire coil packs *Koyo 4" thick aluminum radiator *Dual 12" flexalite electric fans *Eliminator battery *Trust 4.5" thick huge Intercooler *HKS Intercooler hard piping kit *HKS super sequential blow off valve *Apexi air filters *HKS oil catch can *Triple stiched silicone couplers *Locking T-bolt clamps *Royal Purple synthetic oil *Royal purple front and rear diff fluid *Royal purple coolant *Royal purple power sterring fluid Transmission: *Brand new clutch, 600hp ready turbo pecs and Exhaust specs: *turbonetics T67 84 A/R turbo (Can handle up to 700hp, capable of very high Boost) *HKS style single turbo Exhaust manifold, T4 flange *Tial 44m external wastegate, 11 psi spring *HKS style single turbo intake with dual mafs *Full custom 4" Exhaust, stainless steel, magnaflow muffler *Custom 4" down pipe, recirculating Exhaust flow *Thermal coated Exhaust housing *Thermal coated single turbo manifold *Thermal coated downpipe Electronics and computer specs: *Greddy Boost controller *Grid dancer torque split controller *Innovate LC-1 wideband gauge *Innovate 02 wideband *Defi style Boost gauge *Defi style water temp gauge *Defi style oil pressure gauge *Defi style oil temp gauge *Defi style fuel pressure gauge *Apexi Power FC ECU computer *Apexi Power FC commander, hand controller monitor for tuneing. Interior: *Full Cusco Roll Cage *Weight reduction, removed rear seats, stripped trunk *Chassis stiffening foam injection *Custom three gauge vent replacement pod *Custom three gauge dash pod Exterior: *Championship White paint *17x9 Refinished Bronze Desmond Regamaster rims(Forged, very rare) *New Falken tires *Buddy Club 32 way adjustable suspension, dampening control, pillow mount *Cusco tension rods *Rear sub frame spacers *Fully TBO body kit *Rolled fenders *Dot headlights, rear turn signals, day time running lights, side markers, 3rd brake light


 


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