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Old 03-16-2011   #1
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Talking 1990 MotoRex SoCal

1990 R32 with a R33 motor. HKS hard pipes, carbon fiber bonnet, 20mm rear quarter panels, 17" Enkei wheels, Apexi filters, Koyo aluminium radiator, HKS intercooler, coilovers, 4 point cage, battery relocated to trunk, oil filter relocated and now a Power FC.
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Old 03-16-2011   #2
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There are NO mount points on my N1 downpipe. Therefore, there never was a heat shield to remove.
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Old 03-16-2011   #3
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**Internal Linking (Threads) **Internal Linking (Threads)
from the introduction section. More detail pics after I get the PFC tuned in.
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Old 03-22-2011   #4
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Got the Power FC installed and completed some light tuning by a friend of mine. 278 hp to the rear wheels on the dyno. I know it is not crazy HP but on a mostly stock setup not bad. Good news is it can only go up from here

Once I get my hands on a boost controller and an adjustable FPR it will be even more fun.
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Old 03-24-2011   #5
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I picked up a larger front pipe and looking to get a test pipe this weekend. I am curious how the engine will respond.
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Old 04-03-2011   #6
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Definitly ditch electric fans and reinstall stock clutch fan. Much better for daily driveability.
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Old 07-07-2011   #7
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I picked up a set of adjustable tension rods, larger HKS injectors, Greddy 11mm fuel rail, Sard fuel pressure regulator and a Trust boost controller. SCORE!!! I am aiming for 400 ps at the wheels with a nice safe reliable setup. Pics to follow.
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Old 08-27-2011   #8
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I picked up a BNR34 Vspec getrag, both diffs, driveshafts and mount. I plan on swapping the trans in Aug. I will include pics and details to help others.
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Old 08-28-2011   #9
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SPL sells offset bushings for S13 to swap in S14/5 rear subs. Anybody know if these will work for R32 to swap in a R33/4?
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Old 08-29-2011   #10
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keep us posted on the R34 trans swap. will be doing so next year if all goes according to plan.
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Old 09-02-2011   #11
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The process for seperating the getrag from the engine is a pain. There is some kind of clip that holds the throw out bearing in place. I simply cannot find it though. I have not been able to find a BNR34 manual either. Anyone familiar with removing the transmission?
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Old 10-01-2011   #12
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Life and work has slowed down progress on the GTR. I got a day to perform some needed maintanence. I was able to swap out a front axle and steering boot that were torn. I installed the cusco adjustable tension rods as well. I will need to get the alignment adjusted just a bit. I now have an oil leak and will need to address that with a N1 pump.

Pics of axle teardown. I grabbed an extra set of front axles while I was in Japan. I installed new grease and boots awhile ago. Made today so much easier. Just swap and go in under 3 hrs.



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Old 12-14-2011   #13
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Update. My steering rack was dropping fluid at an alarming rate. I ordered seals from Japan and thanks to a friend who is a tech at a local dealership I now have a rebuilt seering rack. He also swapped out the rack for me and fixxed my alignment. Firestone could not get it right.

I have received my injectors back from RC. Cleaned and balanced. I hope to have them, fuel rail, pressure meter and FPR installed this weekend. I need to source an couple AN fittings and some more hose.
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