Yeah, I think it does look good!ericherm1 wrote:Very nice, I'm calmly searching for a set of wheels same pattern as yours and I love the 275s on the it. The flared out look is beast mode in my mind!
I didn't know that group existed, ha ha. I picked it up from a friend of mine who lives down the road from me. He did have it posted online however, so it's possible!ericherm1 wrote:oooo did you pick this up off Stateside Skylines?
Ahh, I got ya. I requested to join, ha haericherm1 wrote:yeah it's another group linked to R32 Skyline Owners USA.
For turbo setup, I'm thinking of a single BW EFR 8374, but haven't quite decided yet. I did just recently look into their kit. After doing more research, I'm a little worried about both Spool and Nitto as they are both made in China (Like BC). With that said, some of the name brand "Japanese" companies also have parts made in China (or Taiwan); Greddy is a good example. I need to do some more research into failure rates of both. If they are anything like BC, I'll have to look elsewhere.M35Squirrel wrote:Did you look into Spool's kit? Come with spline drive crank and oil pump. Also from them crazy downunders.
What's your plan for turbos?
Ahh, makes sense. This one is textured and so is the one on the car that's painted, ha ha.ericherm1 wrote:It depends. If you have a smooth lip it was painted OEM if you have a textured lip then it was not painted from the factory. It was popular and pretty cheap for them to be painted though.
My brother has already laid claim my friend. He's going to cut it up to fit onto his S13, lol. It's not in the best shape, the mounting holes are warped so it sags quite a bit and two of the front mounting screw retaining squares are screwed up.ericherm1 wrote:So um... you wanna let that current one go? What shape is it in?
Ahh, interestingericherm1 wrote:Only one's that came with a smooth lip that I know of are the 94' years because it's the crossover to the R33. But then again the R33 GTR had a textured black lip too.
I haven't checked, but I'm going to assume not, lol. I still need to find the actual OEM vents first. I want a set, but I also don't want to pay $700+ for a pair of used ones, lol!ericherm1 wrote:are you lucky enough to have the N1 holes in the crash bar already?
Indeed! Ha ha. Was at Full-Race yesterday talking about turbo kit options.... ha! Probably 4-6 months before I am ready to buy the turbo kit and stoker kit. Working on buying a house first! My criteria before I'm allowed to build a new engine
Have you looked into Garrett's new G-series turbos came out a few months ago? It is clearly made to compete with Borg Warner EFI.
I have, I was talking to them about doing twin 660's possibly. For the power goal I'm thinking of now (I've changed my mind a few times already, ha ha), I will have to go twins.M35Squirrel wrote: ↑Sun Dec 10, 2017 10:43 amHave you looked into Garrett's new G-series turbos came out a few months ago? It is clearly made to compete with Borg Warner EFI.
https://www.turbobygarrett.com/turbobyg ... es-g25-660
Which camshaft do you have in mind?