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Author The Skyline..... cleaned & a few new bits
Andy Stocker
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New bits include 1/2 carbon fibre MOMO gearknob, GTR centre console gauges, & GTR clocks







nik
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I like your tape deck
Andy Stocker
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Best Japan has to offer, when I get a new headunit, this baby will go on ebay
Patrick
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Pukka.
Ojc
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Andrew, what is the difference between the R33 GTS & GTR?

Also Andrew, you need to get that grille and that spoiler, they make the car look so much different.
Icy
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u get that stuff at trax? find them there then?
Andy Stocker
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GTS is a 2.5 single turbo, GTR is 2.6 twin turbo.
Ollie mods on a car of this size & cost will take time, so be patient. More frustratingly I have to be patient
Andy Stocker
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icy I got the gearknob there, GTR clocks & gauges came 2nd hand hand from the GTR board.
Was looking for boost gauge & some other gauge to go in the A pillar I have here at home. However, I didn't buy any & thankfully so as I was going to buy gauges that connect by vacuum piping, but upon taking the dash apart today ( ) it appears boost gauges are done by electrics
MatthewR
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Once the grille and spoiler are on it will transform that motor, maybe some bigger rimz in the future too?? huge japstyle exhaust aswell.........sorry im gettin carried away!
Ojc
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Andy, I love you.
GT4Brody
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Found a skyline for sale like yours!!

http://www.scoobynet.co.uk/bbs/thread.asp?threadid=247554

http://uk.f2.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/skylinegts12000/lst?.dir=/skylinepics

check it out!!!
Icy
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ollie u sed ud touch my bum if u saw me at trax
Andy Stocker
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I have everything I want done to it mapped out already, Ollie i've not disappointed you with a car i've done yet, so you know it'll turn out good
Ojc
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Yes, I know. I am not doubting this is going to be the best one so far.

But Jap stuff is so expensive, I know it will take time.

With the spoiler, grille, and wheels it will look like a different car.
GT4Brody
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GT4Brody
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u like?
Andy Stocker
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Looks familiar
Pablo
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Vely nice
Ojc
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What is the spec Brody?
Wolfy
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how do you know how fast your going when its all in kph?
ed
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By knowing how many KPH there are in an MPH... Like if it says 100, your doing 60... My motorbike was the same as it was an Italian import.
Adam
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He sold it 4 months or so ago at least
vibrio
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quote:
Originally posted by 1800ed
By knowing how many KPH there are in an MPH... Like if it says 100, your doing 60... My motorbike was the same as it was an Italian import.



you need mph on the clocks in the UK to pass an MOT
sigibbons
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my bike passed fine with just km
AK
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its not KPH...... it should be converted to MPH to get through SVA

 
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