Performance Modifications on My Car (Japanese)


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Now this is a KILLER POST ! Very professional write up and work done to your car. A six cylinder turbo charged petrol itself is a joy to drive. But with these massive upgrade, its dream. And i wouldn't mind travelling to Australia to TD this Monster(just kiding).

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Your Welcome bro [:)]

There is a lot to tell about this car on its own

I'll keep you posted with the features

thanks heaps point_city :)
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I am like , have a million question to ask ,but I will better relax and listen (read) to your updates . staying tuned to this thread.[:)]
 
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Exedy Heavy Duty Clutch Kit

Heavy Duty Clutch Kit

The Heavy Duty (HD suffix) clutch kits are perfectly suited for use in lightly modified vehicles or vehicles carrying loads used for daily driving or in amateur motor sports activities. A high performance clutch cover with increased clamp load which will transmit an increase in engine torque is included in these kits with an organic clutch disc creating a performance clutch kit with smooth take off drivability.
 

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For those who miraculously missed the ownership Review of this Wonderful car!
Here is a link http://www.theautomotiveindia.com/forums/ownership-reviews/5806-japanese-masterpiece-nissan-skyline-r33-gtst-series-ii-tuned.html Although its not updated much nowdays.
Always wondered why not much in TAI showed interest in that thread [surprise],post about a van or lame diesel something & many would comment on it.

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"Cusco Fuel Catch Can " ,nice to learn about this,so when we run rich this can help prevent damage to our cat con right??? What if i am running nos can this catch can handle it?Really curious to know from you.
 
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For those who miraculously missed the ownership Review of this Wonderful car!
Here is a link http://www.theautomotiveindia.com/f...-nissan-skyline-r33-gtst-series-ii-tuned.html Although its not updated much nowdays.
Always wondered why not much in TAI showed interest in that thread [surprise],post about a van or lame diesel something & many would comment on it.

@codename47

"Cusco Fuel Catch Can " ,nice to learn about this,so when we run rich this can help prevent damage to our cat con right??? What if i am running nos can this catch can handle it?Really curious to know from you.
thanks brother


Catch can's as stated in the post yes they are definitely a plus point on your car. if you running a NOS that will be better than just not having it.

Catch can's definitely help .
I wonder how your cat converters stuff up ?[confused]
 
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I doubt .. none :p

So another thing I have is .. Alloy wheels.

Stock Tires are 215 R16
Since its a rear wheel drive and dyno tuned , so there was a need to have aftermarket wider tyres.

So got my car Alloy wheels, Dished.
18" Low profile with front one 225 and Rear ones 235 R18

Rear ones are wrapped in Michelin rubber. ($280 per tyre)

Alloys cost = $2500
Excellent thread enjoyed the read, i have a very lame question how do manage the insurance part or do you dish out a higher number?
 
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For those who miraculously missed the ownership Review of this Wonderful car!
Here is a link http://www.theautomotiveindia.com/forums/ownership-reviews/5806-japanese-masterpiece-nissan-skyline-r33-gtst-series-ii-tuned.html Although its not updated much nowdays.
Always wondered why not much in TAI showed interest in that thread [surprise],post about a van or lame diesel something & many would comment on it.
Not at all surprised to see your comment buddy, but I have seen, even general queries on even most basic modifications are being suppressed in TAI , the one who talks about Modifications are considered insane or Lunatic in-fact manufacturers are considered the LORD no matter whatever crap they push to you!!!
Some kind lethal egotism I sense all the time so I generally stay off putting anything concerning to modifications or DIY stuffs.[frustration]

How don't know how to express this dilemma in any better way.!
 
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@ Iron Rock - Insurance for my car I pay 1400 dollars a year Plus registration of $670. I haven't actually included most of the mods in my car so its insured for stock car and the insured amount is higher than what I purchased the car. If I sell the modified parts of my car I can make the money = car's basic cost

$1 Au = 52 Rs
 
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Bendix Ultimate Brake Pads

Bendix Ultimate is a high performance brake pad that offers the highest level of braking performance in terms of reduced stopping distances, excellent pedal feel and resistance to high temperature fade.

Developed originally for use as Original Equipment (O.E.) on high performance vehicles, Ultimate is ideal for driving at freeway speeds and hard braking. Pre-conditioned during manufacture so there is no bedding-in required, Ultimate is recommended for sports, performance and prestige vehicles.

At freeway speeds and beyond, Ultimate is unmatched for sheer stopping power. Ultimate should be fitted front and rear to maintain balanced driving between all four wheels.
 

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To support all these modifications on my engine I have to use premium quality engine oil, as the car has now done 130,000 KMS on the clock I can use fully synthetic Engine Oil by Penrite.

HPR 10 FULL SYNTHETIC

Application

Designed for use in the latest types of petrol engines including conventional, multi-cam, multi-valve, turbocharged and supercharged engines (including the new generation of high output V8 and V10 engines) from all over the world. Also recommended for engines equipped with variable valve timing. Specific examples include the VT-VY Commodore, Range Rover, Nissan, Chrysler and Jeep petrol engines, Honda VTEC engines, Toyota VVT-i engines and other vehicles that specify the use of SAE 10W-30, 10W-40 or 10W-50 oils in the owner’s handbook. Can also be used where SAE 15W-50 and 15W-40 oils are required.

Suitable for use in many gas and diesel powered vehicles, however HPR Gas 10 and HPR Diesel 5 are the primary recommendations in this viscosity range. Not recommended for motorcycles.

Customer Benefits
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• Extended engine life by reducing formation of high temperature engine deposits.
• Reduced oil consumption due to the combination of low volatility synthetic base oils and high operating temperature viscosity.
• The low start-up viscosity provides engine protection and power retention at the most critical time of the engine’s run cycle.
• Has Penrite’s Extra Ten compared to SAE 10W-40 oils for improved protection at operating temperature.

Please feel free to the website:HPR 10 FULL SYNTHETIC - Penrite Oil
 

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thanks brother


Catch can's as stated in the post yes they are definitely a plus point on your car. if you running a NOS that will be better than just not having it.

Catch can's definitely help .
I wonder how your cat converters stuff up ?[confused]
When the engines running rich & lot of unburned fuel,in the long run can harm the cat con,well i dont know how myself but i know its not a good thing,atleast before it reaches operating temp i imagine.

I am not able to get much details about this catch can.

Have people managed to tune up there 2009 above Nissan Gtr's there?I know some tuners in Usa are doing well,but how is the scene down under.

Have you run nos anytime?
 
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nah man not really keen to go over 100 octane fuels either , NOS is just a dream , nah I wouldnt test that on my car man , it literally stuff up your engine.

am more than happy with the performance I get out of my car .

Oil catch tank English page CUSCO
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Modified GT-R R35
SVM's Nissan GT-R "THE HULK" Sets World Record at 218MPH | JapaneseSportCars.com

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SVM HULK Spec Forged Blueprinted Unit 4.2L
92.4 Billet Greddy Crankshaft assembly & boost logic Crank damper/ rotating mass dynamically balanced
98mm Darton modular Integrated deck system (wet liners)
SVM specification longer Carrillo connecting rods
SVM Custom CP Comp Pistons & Higher Quality wrist pins & ARP bolts
ARP L19 Head Extra high Strength Bolts
Ferrera Valve Package with larger inlet and exhaust valves and titanium retainers
Tomie 280 Profile cams with 11.3 lift
CNC 5 angled valve pockets and CNC Balanced Porting
Ported and Matched Inlet Manifolds
GTC Billet winged engine sump
HKS 45ml colder spark plugs
Okada plasma Direct coil packs
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Greddy modified steel manifolds/modified with v bands couplings & SVM support system
GTX GT35 Garrett Turbo Chargers with ball bearing core assemblies & V Band Fitment
Tial 44mm external waste gates V Band Fitment
Custom 80mm down pipes Zercoated
80mm hard pipe kit with SVM Green pipe couplers and murray hose clamps
80mm MAF pies with HPX MAF sensors
HKS Blow off Valves
GTC 102mm Titanium Exhaust system with 102mm GTC Y pipe fully resonated
KN High flow air filter system with ram pipes & 90mm intakes
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Radec Full race front mounted Intercooler incorporating Martons Light Weight Aerospace technology (only one of two ever made for an R35 GTR)
Radtec high capacity engine and gearbox radiators housed into bumper
Radtec alloy power steering reservoir
Radtec water high pressure header tank and combi cam breathers with braided lines
Radtec Race Spec radiator
Radtec central block breather catch tank
GTC water hoses and ECU Rad program
65 deg thermostat and housing
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1600 ID Injectors High flow injectors
Billet 12mm fuel rails with twin Dash 8 fuel lines
Triple 1200bhp SVM Designed fuel pump system with swirl pot
Fuel lab fuel regulator with braided lines
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Mines carbon engine cover
Carbon battery and brake servo cover
Titek carbon cooling panel
Hulk imperial pearlescent colour coded 1200bhp engine with specialist detailing
Colour Coding of various parts
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Albins 1st to 6th Gear set kit Uprated & High Strength
GTC 14 plate clutch system
Upgraded 4wd Gearlock system
Uprated Diff’s
SVM gearbox cooler kit with additional fan and thermal control/motul pump and braided lines
GTC Billet gearbox high capacity oil pan
SVM synthetic 13lts duel clutch oil
Shell helix racing oils
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KW coil overs Variant 3
KW club sport suspension with alloy top mountings
Eibach billet spacer pack with titanium wheel nuts
Eibach front and rear “hollow” light weight anti roll bars
GTC rose jointed top arms
400mm Top Secret Big Brake conversion front and rear (This is only used for Road and track use not Drag)
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HKS AFR and knock meters with twin additional oxygen sensors
COBB ap with
GTC steering wheel maps race and road fuels
COBB ap nis 06 upgrade with launch control
Willhall Racing shift light
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GTC Carbon bonnet (part painted) gold heat protection
Top Secret carbon gas bonnet lifts
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Aeromotion’s S2 Active split wing
WALD Rear carbon diffusers
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WALD rear arch extensions (painted black)
GTC carbon boot lid
GTC Carbon Race mirrors mounted on pillars
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MCR front and rear side markers
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LSD doors
Privacy Glass
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3 sets of wheels and tyres – show/road/track
Show
22″ i forged carbon coated show wheels/ green pin stripe / bar code graphics
22″ Pirelli Tyre package. R 295/25/22 F 265/30/22
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20″ Volks Racing light weight wheels Toyo R888 315/30/20 tyres
Track
18″ Rota drag wheels with hossier non expanding drag tyres
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Cobra front carbon ultra light race seats / technology foam /alcantara fabrics & Custom Logo’s
6 point Roll Cage Custom built to SVM Spec with removable bars
TAKATA 4 point race harnesses
Full carbon interior package ( 12 piece kit) inc Carbon rear speaker shelf
 

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