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Like all things, Skylines age. Over time, things fall apart, break, and don't function like they did from the factory. In addition to wear and tear items, Skylines also have some typical failures. While these aren't detrimental to the performance of the car, they can be bothersome to replace and we also recommend that people look out for them when shopping for a Skyline to gauge on the condition of the car. Most of these apply specifically to the R32 and in some cases we have seen them on the R33's and R34's. Interior Skylines are not lavish high quality clad...

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More speed requires more stopping power. For us, braking power is just as important as how fast we can accelerate. Braking performance is crucial to the fun that we have on the track and to avoid the unwelcome obstacles on the road. In this installment of GTR 101 we cover a few of our recommendations for big brake kits, pads, fluids and lines. Whether it be for the street or for the track, we hope that this helps you with your research. Big Brake Kits/Calipers Street - R34 Brembos front and rear Track - Brembo GT or Trust 6-pot fronts &...

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Now that we've covered the small stuff, it's time to start preparing for more power. In this installment, we dive into the simple items that should be addressed as you plan your horsepower goals. There are an abundance of brands out there who produce these parts so use this guide as technical information to help you make the best decision based on your goals and budget.  Injectors All conventional petrol powered engines need three basics things in order to make power; spark, air, and fuel. A reliable and calculated supply of the three will ensure the longevity and capabilities of...

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In part 2 of our GTR 101 series we dive into the second group of maintenance items that we like to work on. This second batch of items will cover the majority of the fluids that the GTR needs and like part one of the series; we'd like to remind you that there are a lot of opinions and preferences out there. So do your research to figure out what's best for you. Cooling System - 9 liters (9.5 quarts) Water + Water Wetter Power Steering  Moty's M331 Front Differential - 1 liter (1 quart) Moty's M409 80W-250 (aftermarket LSDs) Moty's M502...

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Welcome to our new series of blog post. In GTR 101 we cover the intricacies of GTR maintenance and modifications. We hope that we can share insights into the life of GTR ownership and that this section of the site can serve as a library of information for all things GTR. Luckily for us Fujita-san of the legendary RB shop Garage Saurus Japan will be providing us with his knowledge. To keep these short and to the point, most of the information provided in this series will be tailored more to R32 and R33 applications. Feel free to reach out to...

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