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Hi Everyone,

I've had my car for a while now and want to start playing with it.

It's a R32 GTR V spec 2 with a genuine 45,000 kilometers (28,000 miles) on it.

It's had a de-cat, single box exhaust fitted along with a mines ecu or chip, tein coil overs and harder pads fitted to the brembos.The previous owner had it dyno'd at 360-380 bhp.

I've already got a set of twin hks bov's and a grounding kit to be fitted.

I was thinking of a set of apexi filters, but am worried that these will just drag in hot air from the turbos ? I was also thinking of an apexi power fc ecu ?

Any help or advice would be great.

Cheers.


Baz.
 

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ARC air box works much better than mushrooms.
I guess you would need to say exactly where you want to go with the car though.
Once you start tuning it, your wallet may never forgive you :)
Sorry to say this but also have a play with the search button too as there is a wealth of information on the subject.
 

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Hi Everyone,

I've had my car for a while now and want to start playing with it.

It's a R32 GTR V spec 2 with a genuine 45,000 kilometers (28,000 miles) on it.

It's had a de-cat, single box exhaust fitted along with a mines ecu or chip, tein coil overs and harder pads fitted to the brembos.The previous owner had it dyno'd at 360-380 bhp.

I've already got a set of twin hks bov's and a grounding kit to be fitted.

I was thinking of a set of apexi filters, but am worried that these will just drag in hot air from the turbos ? I was also thinking of an apexi power fc ecu ?

Any help or advice would be great.

Cheers.


Baz.
I have the Apexi filters and they are quite nice. If you are after performance I'd keep the stock airbox. A new filter (perhaps with better flow characterists) would be a good buy.
 

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first question is "how much do you have to spend?"

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I used to run the ARC on my 32 and R34 really nice set up

sold the 32 with it on, but i had to remove the 34 arc due to the TS bonnet not fitting with it.

however i would go the ARC route again if i had the choice

oh and nice to hear your N1 lip turned up :)
 

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R32 Modification

Yeah cheers for sorting out the lip, it's really nice, just got to get some M3 double sided tape now to fit it !
 
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