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Old 12-15-2009   #1
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Well, nothing special just yet. Mostly stock , clean 91 GTR.
Came with a 5zigen catback, and Ohlins suspension (very nice!).













So I'm planning on the engine bay looking a bit different by summer of 2010. I'm converting to a single T4 twinscroll turbo (most likely a GT4088), and am shooting for whatever I can safely make off of pump crap (get only get 91 octane around here, and this is going to be 100% street driven). Hoping that number will be somewhere close to 550rwhp, maybe with some meth.

For oiling, I'm going to run some oil sump baffles, a Moroso external oil pump, most likely an accusump, and a cooler.

Engine wise, I'm going to change rods and pistons, as well as a top end rebuild with some 272/10mm cams, springs, seals and guides....probably spin it to around 8500 or so with a Ross harmonic dampener. I have an AEM EMS for it, so I'll also be converting to a MAP setup with the ITB's. Streetability is not very much of a concern to me as it won't be daily driven (at least that's what I tell myself!)

I've been thinking about possibly running maybe a 100-150 shot direct port nitrous...we'll see what happens I guess.

Anyways, that's mostly it, aside from the obvious sh*t I have to replace.
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Old 12-15-2009   #2
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Man your paint is amazing. I really love the OEM look. Sexy car in TH1

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Old 12-15-2009   #3
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Thanks!
I hate rice, so the way it looks now is the way it's staying.
What's TH1 mean?
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Old 12-15-2009   #4
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th1 is the color code for the deep blue pearl paint I believe.
that is a very clean car. that master cylinder is spotless.
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Old 12-16-2009   #5
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Extremely clean car, looks awesome! Factory airbox too hahaha
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Old 12-16-2009   #6
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TH1 is your paint code. I think thats one of the cleanest engine bays that I have ever seen. Very nice purchase man!

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hahaha yeah, I don't know what buddy was thinkin...installing a catback, but leaving the stock airbox and boost restrictor. Cluster says 60,000...Not sure if I 100% believe it, but the car looks so clean in every spot I look that it seems pretty reasonable.

I think it's just the lighting in these pictures guys....The paint code is 732 I believe.
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Old 12-16-2009   #8
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its not 732 unless the car is Black Pearl Metallic. It looked blue but its probably the lighting.
I would be tempted to believe the milage on your car. It looks the part with such perfect paint and engine bay. The steering wheel and the rest of the interior really help with determining the KMs. The sock airbox actually flows really well and its a good thing that he didn't feel the need to go crazy on the boost..

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Old 12-16-2009   #9
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Yes, it is indeed metallic black.

The interior is also in excellent condition!



Here's the gauge cluster...I always assumed it was aftermarket because it has Nismo written on it.



I forgot to mention the car did come with install papers for some sort of Nismo clutch cover and disc. It's pretty worn out so it can't really take a hard launch on dry pave. I think I'm going to go with an Exedy hyper twin...maybe I'll spend the bit extra on the carbon twin. I figure the discs are lighter, so it would give the stock synchros a bit of a break.
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Is there any other service records that show some KM record for when serviced?

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well that is an aftermarket cluster, the nismo cluster, of course. in most cases I wouldnt think a car with kms that low could be legit...but just looking at the condition of the interior, and the fact that they left BR and air box in...makes me think you have one well kept car!

edit: that is an older Nismo cluster too. The current nismo clusters have speedos that go up to 320kmh
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very slick!
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Black is always such a nice color. Just keeping it clean is a fucking nightmare. I want a white car.
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Default Re: Chris' BNR32

I like.

Brake master cylinder looks aftermarket. Would explain why it's clean looking.

Factory brake master cylinder has a black lid, like in this photo -

http://meggala.com/RBengines/rb26red.jpg

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I like.

Brake master cylinder looks aftermarket. Would explain why it's clean looking.

Factory brake master cylinder has a black lid, like in this photo -

http://meggala.com/RBengines/rb26red.jpg
i have an oem lid that is yellow on both my cars
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