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Old 04-03-2013, 01:19 AM   #1
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Talking A few pics of my spec 3 R33 GTR on track

Well I had my basically standard GTR out on track last friday. Ever since I was a kid I always wanted a standard nice clean GTR as I was addicted to gran turismo as a young lad and ive finally gotten my car to were I want it. Clean, standard and tidy. Its my 3rd skyline and I bought it back in 2009 from a nissan main dealer. It was one of three that nissan brought into the country. Everyone keeps telling me to lower it etc but I love it in its OEM form.











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Old 04-03-2013, 11:41 AM   #2
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stunning 33 GTR mate looks so tidy nice work looks right at home on track
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stunning 33 GTR mate looks so tidy nice work looks right at home on track
Yeah it sure does! could do with an oil cooler though lol
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Get yourself on ebay mate I got a cheap one on there, theres plenty on there at good prices
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Get yourself on ebay mate I got a cheap one on there, theres plenty on there at good prices
Are they any use? I heard a few horror stories but just wanted to speak to someone first hand about it first!
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Not fitted mine yet need to get some lines for it but I got a triumph stag one off ebay cost me 10 was second hand no leaks or anything an not really got any damage just light scratches of course but thats expected
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Cool pictures id be wary of ebay oil coolers normally cheap for a reason if its branded one or from reputable seller may be ok but some poor quality stuff on there as well
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was always advised to stay clear of 2nd hand oil coolers, you never know what has been through them!

car looks great on track Eamo, perfectly at home!
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Great pictures mate, I love the first one.
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Nice pictures...... although anyone who knows anything about R33 GT-R's can tell you it's not standard ;)

Exhaust is aftermarket
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Cheers lads!

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Nice pictures...... although anyone who knows anything about R33 GT-R's can tell you it's not standard ;)

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Ah I know it is but sure it came with that exhaust when I bought it from ken lawfords nissan and I did mention "basically standard" in my first sentence of the post
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How does it perform on track in standard trim? As I imagine there are quite a lot of people out there with GTR's that have had lots of money thrown at them on power and handling mods, but always wondered if they would actually handle better than the stock config?
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How does it perform on track in standard trim? As I imagine there are quite a lot of people out there with GTR's that have had lots of money thrown at them on power and handling mods, but always wondered if they would actually handle better than the stock config?
Really well actually, kinda leans in but has alot of grip. I usually have bridgestone potenza re050a's on it but once I put triangle talons on the back as I was stuck that day but it was really funny!!

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