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Thanks a lot Guys!! I've bought the car two weeks a go....

Ciao Cox!! Sono un amico di Max (Stein) anche io possessore di 350Z ora passato su GTR 34... Ti conosco di fama... Max mi ha sempre parlato dei tuoi 32 e dell'Nsx :)

soon pictures! ;)

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I would change all the oils, what do you recommend?
Yesterday posted in another thread about our cars Differentials was this info regarding the transmissions fluids which I think is very useful Sayberwolf....

Fluids. I like Redline. I use Shockproof in the front and rear. I like my diffs to last, and it gives you a real shockload advantage. It can make the rear diff bind up a little at low speed, but I did find by setting my car to rwd it didn't bind the same under low speed high steering angle.

Nissan's recommendations on fluid types.

Front Differential (F160) - GL5 85-90 1 liter - (1 quart)
Transmission fluid - Don't try and fill it though the gear shifter. Though the gear shifter is the transfer case . GL4 75-90 4.1 liters (4.3 quarts)
Transfercase - Nissan Automatic Fluid Type D 1.8 liters (1.9 quarts)
Rear Differential(R200) - LSD GL5 80-90 1.5 liter(1.5 quarts)

There are also two more separate hydraulic systems in the car. The power steering/HICAS, and the ATTESA system. Each use ATF. Each has its own reservoir.

Nissan Skyline GT-R s in the USA Blog: Preparing a NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R for a Track Day : Fluids
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