Welcome! Any reason with going from the 25-26? Curiosity more than anything from me!Thought I'd finally say hi, been on here lurking for a while. Unfortunately I don't actually own a skyline but someday I do hope to get hold of an R32 GTR (Personal Favourite).
I do however currently own an S14 thhat I swapped and RB25 into and now in the process of swapping in an RB26.
No doubt I will need some information about bits and bobs at some point.
Mind sharing some pictures? 33s are really sweet cars!Hi all, thought I would introduce myself.
I just purchased my first ever skyline so safe to say im a complete newbie to this world. Ive bought myself a 1996 r33 gtr, its safe to say its a little bit of a project but im hoping its a good baseline to start.
There's a few little things im hoping you guys can help me with or point me in the right direction with so you'll more than likely see me popping up on the forum probably asking some silly question.:chuckle:
I have a Pioneer unit ready for install. I want to get that HVAC relocation trim kit from Garage Yoshida. That way I have a cleaner install.What 2 such beautiful cars, with yours RTSKY33 somewhat similar to mine. I did what some may call a retro-mod upgrade to the interior, moved the gauges, installed an Alpine satnav/stereo.
Hey! I've got some not-so-great pictures I was sending to the insurance company that I'll put in. I had no issues registering it, as it was already titled in Wisconsin where I purchased it. The title only states 1991 Nissan. No model is given, but their DMV, and our DMV here didn't care either way. It's done and I'm waiting on a title and plates in the mail!Hey Katapl! Do you have any pictures of your sedan? I also noticed that you're in Minnesota, and wanted to know how easy was it to register the vehicle there? Where I'm at (commiefornia) the emission laws are just as outrageous as they are in Germany, probably even worse. Many Skyline owners pay upwards of $10-15K to have their imported vehicle registered here.