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General Skyline Discussion / R33 yellow coupe Hamilton
« on: September 06, 2015, 09:55:03 PM »
Hey guys I'm looking for the owner of the yellow r33 coupe in Hamilton. It has a gtr front bumper.

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Waikato / BOP / rb26 into cefiro information....
« on: November 19, 2013, 09:27:10 AM »
hi there members!! i'm sure this has been covered here quite a few times already but i'm unable to find it..... so hence this post!! :dude

I have an a31 cefiro and a rb26dett I accidently won on trade me a while back.

I have got the complete engine and now modified gearbox to 2wd, I have 2 standard wiring looms (rb26) and was wondering if it's possible to wire the engine to the car without too much drama's??

is a mission to wire up?? if so could you recommend someone in the waikato region to do it for me??

all info on this would be greatly appreciated....

my last post was about my rb30 in my r32, turned out costing $6500.00 from one tuner and another $2500.00 from another tuner to fix the first tuners stuff ups!! :spew:
pm me if you want the best tuner for rb's!! :dude

thanks :laugh:

Forced Induction / rb30det tuning issues.....
« on: June 14, 2012, 08:20:02 PM »
hi there,

i currently have my skyline being tuned.....

however there having trouble setting the boost any higher than 14psi!! :headbutt:

i was planning to run around 28psi. :splat:

they have tried different cas sensors, coil set-ups, ignition set-ups etc, but are un-able to locate the issue....... now they tell me the internal valve springs aren't strong enough, but im honestly not convinced as we've had my last engine boosting at 18psi without issue!

so any ideas would be greatly appreciated, as my bills getting alot higher as time rolls by. :spew:


Suspension, Steering, Braking, Wheels & Tyres / drift knuckles.....
« on: January 07, 2010, 12:08:57 PM »
hi there, i was looking for some "drift knuckles" now i've no idea if thats the correct name of them, but basically they sit behind the front wheel and are a modified hub to increase the steering angle from 35' to something like 50'. i would appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction. thanks :headbutt:

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