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hey does anyone know the front to rear weight distribution for r33 gtst? thanks

Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:57 AM

When did I realize I was rajab? Well, I was praying and I suddenly realized I was talking to myself.

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:59 AM


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cheers! abit more front end than i expected though

Posted 06 January 2012 - 12:02 PM

When did I realize I was rajab? Well, I was praying and I suddenly realized I was talking to myself.

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rb's are heavy motors

Posted 06 January 2012 - 12:15 PM

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"I had to get rid of the GTR because of my misses, but now I have decided to get rid of
the misses & buy another Skyline."

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Well it seems ARC is back in business! Hopefully they learn and bring their prices down to be a lot more competitive

http://www.arc-brazi... /><br /><br />

Posted 06 January 2012 - 12:36 PM



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Your selling anyway Jarrad :) going to the non bearing spinning motor :whistling:

Posted 06 January 2012 - 12:44 PM




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ARC still make products for jzx :)

Posted 06 January 2012 - 01:20 PM



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Got to say that I've loved the first few days of my new job. It's great to be finally working in the field that is going to be my career.

Posted 06 January 2012 - 06:20 PM


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Got to say that I've loved the first few days of my new job. It's great to be finally working in the field that is going to be my career.


Always good doing something you want to do!

Posted 06 January 2012 - 07:32 PM

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Big thanks to my missus for the delayed Christmas present!

Fujimura Auto - Rocket Dancer titanium strut brace. All wank but looks awesome! Should finish off the engine bay nicely - when it's done

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Well it seems ARC is back in business! Hopefully they learn and bring their prices down to be a lot more competitive

http://www.arc-brazi...jp/<br /><br />


the prices weren't to bad before. The people that want ARC will pay for it

On another note. did the big swap to E85 today in prep for the tune at Willall on Tuesday. started pulling off the turbo side to find what sounded like a gasket leak, pulled off the turbo, not it. Pulled off the manifold, not the manifold gasket. Turned the manifold over, massive crack. Suprised the factory cast manifold cracked. If i had of known i would have gotten AM Performance or 6 boost manifold, ah well standard will be fine again for now.

car went from 550s to 740cc Nismos. jiggled the 98 out and dropped the e85 in, car loves it. pretty excited for the tune. hopefully a happy 300rwkw day in day out tune. should do the job for getting to work and back. :thumbsup:

Posted 06 January 2012 - 09:05 PM


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Should finish off the engine bay nicely - buy a dodgem car instead, when it's all done


Posted 06 January 2012 - 09:07 PM


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:laugh:

Posted 06 January 2012 - 09:12 PM

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the prices weren't to bad before. The people that want ARC will pay for it

On another note. did the big swap to E85 today in prep for the tune at Willall on Tuesday. started pulling off the turbo side to find what sounded like a gasket leak, pulled off the turbo, not it. Pulled off the manifold, not the manifold gasket. Turned the manifold over, massive crack. Suprised the factory cast manifold cracked. If i had of known i would have gotten AM Performance or 6 boost manifold, ah well standard will be fine again for now.

car went from 550s to 740cc Nismos. jiggled the 98 out and dropped the e85 in, car loves it. pretty excited for the tune. hopefully a happy 300rwkw day in day out tune. should do the job for getting to work and back. :thumbsup:



what 85 are u using?

Posted 06 January 2012 - 09:45 PM

BA XR6T 330RWKW.... OLD RIDE 11.86 @ 120.4mph .....1.74 60ft .....e85 cocktail

 

FG F6 310 430rwkw ....NEW RIDE 10.97 @ 131.7mph .........1.73 60ft......e85 cocktail

 

2000 WRX 190awkw....FLUFFY RIDE 14.64 @ 4.6mph...........2.64 60ft.......female driver 


                                      ...JD TUNING ADELAIDE...


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Big thanks to my missus for the delayed Christmas present!

Fujimura Auto - Rocket Dancer titanium strut brace. All wank but looks awesome! Should finish off the engine bay nicely - when it's done



porn anything titanium is just porn

Posted 06 January 2012 - 09:46 PM

BA XR6T 330RWKW.... OLD RIDE 11.86 @ 120.4mph .....1.74 60ft .....e85 cocktail

 

FG F6 310 430rwkw ....NEW RIDE 10.97 @ 131.7mph .........1.73 60ft......e85 cocktail

 

2000 WRX 190awkw....FLUFFY RIDE 14.64 @ 4.6mph...........2.64 60ft.......female driver 


                                      ...JD TUNING ADELAIDE...


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what 85 are u using?


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Posted 06 January 2012 - 10:03 PM


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If anyone is keen on dropping over, a few SAU lads are coming around to my place shortly to do some carbon wrapping of bits .... anyone want to see how it is done or do something small of their own come on over. Obviously you are expected to bring some beverages, as it is thirsty work :)

Anyone who wants to pop over and doesn't know where I live PM me on here or SMS me if you have my number. Will be finishing around 3pm.

Posted 07 January 2012 - 09:49 AM

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skyichigo : With the rims, I was thinking paint the wheels black.. as bigger rims f**k the engine ... thats my own old school opinion anyway, will consider it later.
skyichigo : it was when I did my RWC for my previous car, and when the mechanic look at my 19" rims. he said that the engine will work harder to run those big wheels and it's less space for the engine as well, and sometimes carrying too much heavy wheels on the car can possibly damage the engine mounting , and just by logic, you put bigger rims, your engine revs harder.. and imagine how long the engine life last compared to smaller rims.


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I'd be taking it easy on the drinks while you do any glass or carbon work. You don't have to be far off to mess it up.

Posted 07 January 2012 - 10:24 AM

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I'd be taking it easy on the drinks while you do any glass or carbon work. You don't have to be far off to mess it up.


:laugh: It's carbon contact, I think they'll be fine

Posted 07 January 2012 - 10:52 AM

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on that note, I have yellow pure bullet proof kevlar , blue/black carbon kevlar, red /black carbon kevlar,(not coloured fiberglass but real kevlar) and a bunch of different grades , weaves and thickness of REAL carbon and access to all the other items if anyone is interested in playing with it ?

if anyone wants any let me know , I have direct access to the manufacture in USA ... cost wise its cheaper then buying local 3M di noc or the new 180 but you need to put in the time to do it.

I have access to the US distibutor of DI noc and various other companies as well, heaps cheaper then buying local . 3M DI NOC falls off in 40c heat easy I tested some on my dash but it failed in the heat on curved items , unless you use the 3m 80 glue enhancer or similar. Di Noc isnt designed for outside the car use , its designed for houses etc like wall paper

I know another old guy who is selling Di Noc cheaper as well as 3M detailing wax, etc supllies , near brickworks , closing his biz down perm , also has body kits , wings galore for fords and holdens, mitsu mostly , pm me if you want details or buy his biz out ???

Posted 07 January 2012 - 11:07 AM





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