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Gtir Motorsport club » General Discusion » Gtir related Discussion » I’m back with a new setup In the making

I’m back with a new setup In the making

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1 I’m back with a new setup In the making on 6th March 2019, 8:12 pm

pulsarmad20

pulsarmad20
YO , everyone it’s been a while

After 4 years I’m getting the car ready to hit the road again in the next 2 months with new setup

Standard manifold ported and welded
Gtx2867 r gen 2
1.5 mm head gasket can’t remember brand
Tomei cams
Tomei adjustable pulleys
Tomei springs retainers
Driftshop rocker arm stoppers
Emu ecu with R8 coils and new loom
New shells - rings - oil pump
Bosch 750cc injectors
Cc clutch
Mamba adjustable actuator
Braided lines
Wilwood 4 pots
Ksport coilovers
Cp pistons
Eagle rods machined to take 19mm
Par gearbox internals
Gearbox brace
New timing chain kit with updated tensioner
Head bolts Nissan
Whiteline front and rear arb
5 zigen copy exhaust with 3 inch elbow/downpipe
And much more

Paint later on in the year and next winter everything poly bushed

Bought some rota wheels last year to put on

Will try and be more active on here

Laters

Sam

johnny gtir

johnny gtir
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Good to hear it’s getting some love nice spec mate keep us posted

gtir_woody

gtir_woody
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That’s awesome mate! Bet you are excited

DC313

DC313
Sounds like alot of goodies going on there! looking forward to seeing progress!

When you say std manifold ported and welded, what needs welding on your manifold? And have you got your par internals yet?

johnny gtir

johnny gtir
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Normally weld the collector

pulsarmad20

pulsarmad20
@DC313 wrote:Sounds like alot of goodies going on there! looking forward to seeing progress!

When you say std manifold ported and welded, what needs welding on your manifold? And have you got your par internals yet?

Needs welding as when you bore out the channels it becomes very thin in some places , I didn’t do it I bought it off someone that knows what thier doing lol . I’m not even the one building it this time round I’m getting someone else to do ....

Mike is doing most the work as I’d rarher it be right than me do it and maybe fuck somthing up .

Gostek

Gostek
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@DC313 wrote:When you say std manifold ported and welded, what needs welding on your manifold?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnIclr8ddno

That indent after no2 cylinder...


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DC313

DC313
@Gostek wrote:
@DC313 wrote:When you say std manifold ported and welded, what needs welding on your manifold?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnIclr8ddno

That indent after no2 cylinder...

Ahh I see, Weld it up on the outside then grind it out on the inside! Nice! Very Happy

Gostek

Gostek
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@DC313 wrote:Ahh I see, Weld it up on the outside then grind it out on the inside! Nice! Very Happy
I know! I did it so it has to be nice! lol! lol! lol!


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