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    V35 Skyline 2003 VQ35 Auto

    So advertising this with a little lead time. it will be prepped over the next month or so, and ready for handover to the new owner on the Easter long weekend.

    3.5L VQ35DE V6
    165k km
    5sp Auto
    Tein Springs
    19“ deep dish wheels, 11“ rears, stretched rubber, rolled guards all round
    new engine mounts, front LCAs
    cat back twin pipe mandrel bent stainless exhaust. X pipe, Twin mufflers, midpipe hotdogs.
    Open pod filter ex Japan with big ass aluminium venturi
    UpRev flash tune. Data cable is there.
    AutoWatch Aftermarket immobilizer
    2 sets of keys/immobilizer remotes

    I picked this up off fatz instead of leasing. It had a few warts and issues, most of which I’ve fixed already, but there’s a few more annoying things I’ll still fix.

    thread here: https://performanceforums.com/forums...an-v35-skyline

    rego till the end of April. It‘d pass rego right now no problem.

    done:
    oil and filter change @ 165k km
    - engine-flushed it
    - carby-cleaned the throttle and intake
    - reset subsequent CEL
    replaced steering wheel with leather S2 V35 item
    SRS module exchanged
    SRS System reset, now error free
    replaced drivers seat foam base
    replaced drivers side mirror glass with OEM wide-angle blind-spot mirror
    new JDM key with central locking remote
    new immobiliser remote fob
    reset the manual shift gate, cunt
    replaced drivers foot rest
    cleaned and fit floor mats
    replaced passenger side door aperture seal
    refit lower passender door trim strip
    restored the headlights
    replaced interior lights with LEDs
    bluetooth kit
    cleaned it

    things I’ll still do:
    fit and code key transponder
    code new immobiliser fob
    buy and fit door lock actuators left and right
    fix rear seat-fold cable release
    have a look at front right HID
    - loom/bulb/ballast issue
    fix interior trim panel rear drivers side

    $5k cash takes it
    located in Glenbrook, Blue Mountains



    Last edited by doctor ed; 13-02-20, 04:11 PM.
    Mit freundlichen Gre

    Originally posted by Keith Duckworth
    "I think that in a racing engine, the closer it is to disintegrating, in general the better its performance will be "

    #2
    Buy my shit! fatz’s got a q7 that needs a home!
    Mit freundlichen Gre

    Originally posted by Keith Duckworth
    "I think that in a racing engine, the closer it is to disintegrating, in general the better its performance will be "

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      #3
      I'll wait for the Q7 for sale ad......

      Is tempting but I'm not in the country for a few months yet, and I have all the cars I need at the moment

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        #4
        Yep, that’ll get fixed and flicked too, but it would be a better troop carrier than the v35 in the meantime
        Mit freundlichen Gre

        Originally posted by Keith Duckworth
        "I think that in a racing engine, the closer it is to disintegrating, in general the better its performance will be "

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          #5
          You're a doctory bloke, surely you can modify the kids to fit in the back seat of the nissan and then remodify back to normal when you go back to the northern hemisphere

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            #6
            How many sponges in the Q7 seats?

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              #7
              Fatz has had that long enough all seating problems have been fixed by flattened beer cans

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                #8
                lol... the Skyline is actually pretty roomy for the kids... once they’re in. Electric seats are cool. Not the end of the world but the Q7 would suit better
                Mit freundlichen Gre

                Originally posted by Keith Duckworth
                "I think that in a racing engine, the closer it is to disintegrating, in general the better its performance will be "

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                  #9
                  How bad is the exhaust (drone)? Would I want to kill myself driving it back to BNE?

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                    #10
                    Nah it’s not that bad. Cruises at hwy speed fine. Low rpm open throttle it’s a bit boomy - eg long hill, 5th gear makes you want to kick it down manually to 4th. I’m kindve getting deaf to it. Put the radio on and dont really pay attention to it anymore
                    Mit freundlichen Gre

                    Originally posted by Keith Duckworth
                    "I think that in a racing engine, the closer it is to disintegrating, in general the better its performance will be "

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                      #11


                      Last edited by doctor ed; 19-02-20, 08:27 PM.
                      Mit freundlichen Gre

                      Originally posted by Keith Duckworth
                      "I think that in a racing engine, the closer it is to disintegrating, in general the better its performance will be "

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                        #12
                        Mit freundlichen Gre

                        Originally posted by Keith Duckworth
                        "I think that in a racing engine, the closer it is to disintegrating, in general the better its performance will be "

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