Maintaining your new to you, just imported to the USA, Nissan Skyline GT-R. The first things you should have a look at. If you just bought a Nissan Skyline GT-R there are a few things you should check, and you should know before you go out and do too much drag racing, or running around the road course. This guide goes though a few of the basics for your RB26DETT. We originally wrote this back in 2000. Since then, we have updated a few things over the years, but there are always updates coming. With 18 years of experiences with this platform,we have seen a lot. However there are always new and cool things out there.
If you are looking for an R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R Buyers Guide, check this one out!
The R32, R33, and R34 GT-R’s engines, suspension, and drivetrain are very similar. From 1989-2002 there were upgrades, but they were more evolutionary, than revolutionary. Nothing like say the R31 to R32, or the R34 to the R35. RB26DETT, Super Hicas, ATTESA. Many parts can be interchanged between the cars easily. A few can not, so make sure you double check, before you get that exhaust cam for an R34, to find it won’t work on your R32/R33 engine. Many other parts of the cars interchange with other Nissans. From suspension arms, to brake parts.
Non GT-R Skylines. There are two doors, to four doors. Automatic, manual, rear wheel drive, and all wheel drive. A little bit of information here.
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Super Hicas | ATTESA | Air Conditioning | Non GT-R Skylines