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Old 31-10-2012, 12:14 AM   #1
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Pro Import NL "EL TORO" Breaking in RB32

This thing sounds amazing, should put out some crazy dyno figures with that setup!

Nitto RB32 Stroker

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Old 31-10-2012, 02:08 PM   #2
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that sounds immense. your right, should definitely see some good numbers
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dam, thought i was going to be the first to do the nitto rb32! Maby first in the uk if i get my finger out!
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sounds awesome
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Holy crap thats responsive, thought the nitto 28 was mental thats gonna be stellar!!!
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Old 03-11-2012, 07:58 PM   #6
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Holy crap!!!!

That is really responsive, I wonder how they got it so responsive but yet such a big turbo!!!!
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Bit more of a teaser here
http://www.proimport.nl/highlight-cu...t-motorsports/
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I like this



I've already booked my next holiday for this place! Look what else they have

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1224hp at the wheels, JESUS!
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I've seen both these cars in the flesh, the white one is owned by a buddy of mine. Widebody GTS-T with 480bhp. The orange one, El Torro, is a fully built drag spec R32. Completely rebuilt from the shell up. They're also building an 800bhp plus time attack R33 GTR. They have some seriously nice builds there Oh and El Torro sounds absolutely amazing, one of the best sounding R32s out there.

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Hy there!

i see you already discovered the R32 Nitto drag project!

to give you a little update, at the moment its running at 1.3 bar and only 6000rpm it produced 785 bhp at the cranck, as shown in the video below, we are now changing oil and spark plugs and its time for higher boost levels, 2.0 bar at 98 pump fuell and 2.5 bar at C16 VP racing, and 9000rpm

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**** me lol

How do I get mine to sound like that
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Holy crap!!!!

That is really responsive, I wonder how they got it so responsive but yet such a big turbo!!!!
Thanks!

the response on this engine is a combination of the right head modifications, together with the valves, camshafts , intake and exhaust manifold.
its the result of years of testing and a load of calculations.

Biggest part of it is mapping... there are a lot of company´s out there that have no idea how to do a decent mapping.
They can make big power figures but thats it, we realy put much time in making each mapping as responsive, and agressive as possible. its not all about the top power figures, its how quick you get there
And as you can see on the video, this 1400bhp capable engine, starts with just turning the key, (without hitting the trottle), just like a stock engine.
its almost scary how responsive this is, its almost like a motorcycle engine when hitting the trottle , and how agressive the engine is with only 1.3 bar of boost.

lot more stuff on our youtube chanel if your intrested

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Old 16-11-2012, 06:51 PM   #14
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What turbo he opted for on the white GTST? 550 injectors are surely close to peaking at ~500hp?
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sounds awesome, looks beautiful
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