My suffering in the rebuilding R33 gtr :tard:
About 3 years ago I bought my first R33 gtr here in Belgium.
The car was pretty good but there were some clutch problems little rust etc .
So I planned a full rebuild .
Paid £400 only 18 months ago to have the entire underside of my GTR undersealed.
Had it up on a lift yesterday. Half the underseal has disappeared.:chairshot
Not impressed!! How long is this stuff supposed to last? Going by the bit where it's fallen off, it's not a recent thing either.
Not quite a Gt-r but an exiting project all the same.
Having come from RB25 , RB25 Neo (brilliant little engine) to RB26 with a hell of a lot of bells and whistles , I am finally doing an RB34/26 motor for my S14.
The RB26 was an animal and put down 400 odd Hp to the road , was diabolical on...
As some of you know, I bought my original R33 GTR last year around June / July. I was very happy with the car, despite it appearing to have done more miles than stated. Following ~2000 miles of trouble free driving, #6 main bearing let go, taking the crank, piston, etc with it. But! I overcame...
I think its been about 10 years since i have been the owner of an R32 GT-R.
(original link here http://www.gtr.co.uk/forum/46706-well-heres-my-newera-skyline-gtr.html#post397852)
*(hence the user name, as i joined here before my links with Newera Japan)
my first, i loved and cherished (newera...