1980 Nissan Skyline Gtr R33 on 2040-cars
Orlando, Florida, United States
Selling my 1996 Skyline GTR R33. BCNR33.
This is not a clone, it is the real deal. I an not the original owner, but this has been by baby for the last 2
years. Nothing but the best of the best parts are on this build. There is nothing else needed, and she is ready to
drive day in and day out. How many 750hp cars can say that?
This car is FAST, and not for the faint of heart. She has a/c, full CLEAN interior, and is ready to go anywhere.
Stock 97 Special Edition Red stitch complete interior in Mint Condition with contrasting Suede and Mesh pattern as
well as Nismo Floor Mats. The steering wheel and gauge cluster area are neat and clean with upgraded Defi and AEM
meters for complete info on vitals. The Center Console is in excellent condition with the 4WD control switch
The interior shows extremely well. No cracks, rips, or glue on the dash. One of the cleanest interiors in the
Chassis / Suspension / Brakes
OEM Series II Lip
98 Xenon HID Head Lights
K Sport 8 piston Big Brake Kit Fr + stock Rr
JRZ RS Coilovers
Engine / Drive Train
New Nismo N1 Block : Core / Pistons / Rods/ Pins / Bearings/ Timing Belt/ Water pump
New Head: Mildly Ported with Tomei 272 and 264 Camshaft Set. Tomei Solid Bucket Lifters and Ferrea valvetrain.
ARP Head Studs
Tomei Head Gasket
Tomei Oil pump
PTE Turbo Billet Dual Ball Bearing Model 6466BB
Custom Stainless Steel with Ceramic Coat Exhaust Manifold
HKS Priest Exhaust + Custom Downpipe with internal wastegate dump
Tomei Head Gasket + Oil Pan
Splitfire ignition coils.
Haltech Pro PlugIn
R33 ECU Dyno Tuned and Set Up by Crispeed Tuned 751hp on E85
Haltech I/O 12 evpander box
Haltech Flex Fuel content sensor
Haltech Boost solenoid.
Haltech Uego WB
AEM 12pot Map switch
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Auto Services in Florida
Workman Service Center ★★★★★
Wolf Towing Corp. ★★★★★
Wheaton`s Service Center ★★★★★
Used Car Super Market ★★★★★
USA Auto Glass ★★★★★
Auto blogSat, 30 Nov 2013
Nismo is on a bit of a rampage lately. Once consigned to the fringes, Nissan has taken its performance sub-brand into the mainstream and let it loose on a whole mess of its products. The Juke Nismo was followed by a 370Z Nismo, and in Los Angeles, we saw the GT-R Nismo, Sentra Nismo concept and Juke Nismo RS.
So what's next from Nismo? According to the latest intel from across the pond, Nissan is working on a tuned version of its new Qashqai. Car magazine is reporting that the larger crossover will get the same 1.6-liter turbo four as the Juke Nismo, but with the RS model's 212-horsepower out and not the "base" model's 197. Expect all the other bells and whistles applied to transform a Nissan model into a Nismo one to apply as well.
If the Qashqai name doesn't ring any proverbial bells for you, that's alright, because it's only sold overseas, where it's one of Nissan's most popular models. The crossover (which looks like the new Rogue but is a substantially different model) was recently completely replaced, with engine options ranging up to 150 horsepower - so the jump to over 200 should make for quite a different beast altogether. Whether a parallel or subsequent program to give the Rogue a similar treatment is another matter, but given the pace at which Nismo seems to be running, that may only be a matter of time.
When it debuted at the 2014 New York Auto Show, the third-generation Nissan Murano wowed us more than just about any other car on hand (that's sort of why we handed it an Editors' Choice for the NYIAS). It's sharp, aggressive design was a dramatic departure from the smoother styling of the second-gen CUV, although it wasn't too polarizing. Most importantly, though, it was a vehicle with actual design presence - you want to see it from every angle, all of which draw your eye with something new.
Of course, settling on the design for a new vehicle is far from a straightforward process. While a design might take shape on a designer's drafting table, there are a huge number of steps it needs to get through before making it to an auto show stage or to your local dealer. According to Nissan engineer Chris Reed, those steps very nearly curtailed the Murano's design before the first die was even cast.
Reed has a full account of this sharp design's trials and tribulations in a must-read story from Ward's.
Looking for a thrill? You're not the only one. You'll find kindred spirits at airfields going up for a skydive, atop bridges and towers with bungees attached to their feet and standing in line for roller coasters at the local amusement park. But you'll also find them in the paddock at the racing circuit.
So what's the commonality? G-force. It's like gravity, only in each of these cases, it's experienced by human invention. But which activity subjects your body to the greatest amount of g-force? That's what Nissan set to find out.
Before putting them back in the cockpit, Nismo sent out two of its young hot-shoes - Jann Mardenborough and Mark Shulzhitskiy - to an amusement park in the UK with a camera and a g-force meter to find out if any of the coasters could produce as much lateral gravitational force as an LMP2 racing car. See what they found in the pair of videos, below.