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Here we have my 1994 R33 GTSt in QM1 white. It has 66000 miles on the clock all in miles and the last 7 years of this cars history are fairly well documented in my project thread - Skyline Mk2

MOT is due this month (by the 28th) but I'll be getting a new ticket on her. Tax is also due end of the month so 6 months will be going on and if I get the asking price it will stay on too.

Everything that's been done to this car is in my project thread but to re-cap, the mods are -


Engine

Re-bored block
Wiseco 86.5mm pistons (and pins)
GTR Con Rods
ACL Bearings
N1 Oil Pump (with crank collar modification)
1.8mm Tomei Head gaskets
N1 Water Pump
Nismo 68deg thermostat
New cam belt, idler and tensioner
HKS low mount cast manifold (with egt probe)
HKS 3037ProS turbocharger (modified to external wastegate, fitted with custom braided lines)
HKS 38mm external wastegate with screamer pipe
HKS SSQV II BOV
750cc FiveO Injectors
Tomei Adjustable fuel pressure regulator (set to 3bar at idle with vac pipe removed)
Tomei GTR fuel pump (280l/hr)
Oil cooler with remote filter housing (behind o/s front bumper and under windscreen respectively)
Silicone hose kit
Splitfire coil packs


Intake and exhaust

Japspeed front mount intercooler
Custom elbow/downpipe
Silenced De-cat pipe
Cat back 3” exhaust system (with wideband and optional rear bung)
Exhaust control valve (electric valve to reduce noise level)


Transmission

Exeedy up rated clutch
S15 rear differential with driveshaft’s (3.7:1 ratio)
C’s Short shift kit


Suspension

Tein Superstreet coilovers
Tein EDFC kit
Adjustable lower front arms
Adjustable front TOE arms
Adjustable whiteline camber bushes in front wishbones.
Adjustable upper rear camber arms
Greddy front strut brace


Brakes

DB Power big brake conversion to 345mm grooved Brembo discs
Larger Yellowstuff Pads
Braided front brake hoses
Dot 5.1 brake fluid
GTR Brake ducts fitted in front bumper


Electrics

Emanage ultimate (hidden behind glove box, warning led moved to instrument cowling)
GTR IAT sensor fitted to intake pipe.
Clifford 650 mark 2 alarm system (linked to mirrors)
Clifford Window closure
Clifford Boot pop solenoid
Engine bay earthing kit


Exterior

Trial front bumper (with GTR indicators)
Genuine GTR front grille (modified)
Custom GTS and R33 badges
400R Side skirts
Japsalon Ground FX rear spats
Replica GTR spoiler (with adjustable blade angle)
De-Locked boot
Custom Fibreglass vented bonnet
Custom front under tray
Custom rear diffuser
Custom air diversion Panel
Flush fitting rear fog light
18” wheels (9” rear with 6mm spacers 265/35, 8.5” front with 15mm hub centric spacers 235/45)
LED sidelight bulbs
Polished washer bottle cover
Polished expansion tank cover
Polished brake reservoir cover
Polished PAS reservoir cover
Fuel pressure gauge
Aero catches (bonnet catch removed)
Nismo clear side repeaters
Japspeed engine damper
Brake master cylinder stopper


Interior

GTR interior (front + rear seats and door cards)
Leather handbrake gaiter
Leather gearstick gaiter
Triple gauge dash pod (oil pressure, oil temperature and wideband)
Twin gauge pillar pod (Greddy Boost and Greddy EGT with warning and memory recall)
Genuine Momo millennium evo steering wheel
Apexi AVCR boost controller


The engine/turbo have only covered around 2-3000miles since fitting and a new battery was fitted on the 2nd February (096 so a bit bigger than stock).
Now if you have read through my project thread you may be wondering why a few bit's aren't mentioned on that list and that's because the dash trim is being replaced and the the heater controls etc are being put back to stock. The built in screen, pc system and camera system are also being removed as is the headunit.



The bad bits.

Paintwork has seen much better days. There is a patch on the roof, above the interior mirror, where the top coat has come off leaving grey primer and there is a small rust spot on the passenger door. Rear arches are starting to go a bit flaky but the strut tops are still nice and solid. Bonnet vent has a surface crack at the front right corner. All of these are shown in the pictures below though.

Warm start is also a bit irritating due to large injectors on the emu. It just means that when immediately restarting a warm engine (within 5minutes of turning off the engine) you need to give her a bit of throttle. Never been a problem for me, I just got used to it.












More pics to follow when the weather improves.


Looking for £6500ovno.
 

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Nice spec GTST and well priced too could probably break it for a fair bit more. My first GTST from Skylines R Us had the number plate L826 WPN :) fond memories.
 

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As much as I love the car, if I had the space to break it I would. I'm guessing your first 33 came in at Southampton too then.


Just as a head's up, the mileage will be going up as I still use the car all be it fairly infrequently.
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 · (Edited)
More pics

Exterior





EDFC



Gauges



AVCR



Dash (waiting for replacement one)



Dyno





Bad Bits


Bumper damage



Arches




Passenger Door




Roof



Bonnet Vent


 
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