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  • ZoltecRules
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    If you were just to drive it through the border, it would be smuggling it. You have two options:

    1. Get it through a Registered Importer. RI's HAVE to convert the car before they can give it to anyone else. This costs alot of $$$!

    2. Get the car dismantled in Canada, bring the parts across, reassemble the car, and apply for a new title. Costs less than option 1.

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  • SidewayzRacer
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    How hard is it to get one from B.C. to the states?? What do you have to do?? I know there is a guy locally that has one but im not sure what it takes to get one down here.

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  • dreamdrivedrift
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    why did you sell the r32 gt-r? i mean couldn't of you just used it as a daily driver or something =P

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  • CRASH
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    so you still had the hicas and all of that crap?

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  • Hubert Young
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    Originally posted by hatebbobbarker
    i remember he had an oil cooler and HKS hipermax

    not too much done to it, I tried to buy it and some kid beat me to it.


    im still bitter.
    Yes, only Hipermax and oil cooler... nothing else... well, actually, there was another cheapo mod on it... the cat was replaced with a Y pipe with a plate only held on by wing nuts... I just had to crawl under the car, loosen the wing nuts and wa la! Exhaust straight out from the passenger side!

    haha, I didn't know you were trying to buy my car!? The car was a dream to me now... I will buy another one though!

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  • hatebbobbarker
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    Originally posted by CRASH
    What mods were done to make it driftable?
    i remember he had an oil cooler and HKS hipermax

    not too much done to it, I tried to buy it and some kid beat me to it.


    im still bitter.

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  • CRASH
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    Originally posted by motdyn_s14
    Used to drift a R32 GT-R. Great car, easy to control, lots of usable power through out the power band on the RB26 with only open exhaust. Really takes no time to get used to. It's a well built car from Nissan. Lots of engine swap choices on a GTS-t. A bit heavier compared to popular drift cars like s13, s14. But GTS-t is lighter and can be lightened further. And also body parts a little hard to come by here in the US. But certainly is unique.

    What mods were done to make it driftable?

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  • FEVAH
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    lock the diff then it will wear em out more evenly :P

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  • ChasDuran
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    OH! OH! OH! One more important issue...

    The rear left tire will wear faster than any of the other tires, because the differential favours sending power there first. Just be aware of that, you may end up buying a set of tires. Wear that one out, and replace it at a different time than the rest.

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  • ChasDuran
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    Front Heavy... Thats about the only issue. You just have to brake earlier.

    Also as far as e-brake initiation is concerned... Tighten that $**T up. You only want to have to tap it, or inertia will send its fat metal a$$ into a wall.

    But wow.. You can just drift in a continuous arc until your tires melt. Kind of like Dukes Of Hazard when they enter the round about.

    I miss my s14 240sx, but I wouldnt go back to it after driving this baby.

    Test drive, but do not underestimate the differences it has from lighter cars with smaller engines. It looks great in a drift, and feels great too. I would not want to learn on it though. Too costly to repair here if something gets messed up.

    Have Fun!

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  • aaronlosey
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    when you say r33gts-t every one knows its a rear wheel drive platform. rb25? we know that too.
    what i mean is that since it is a rwd nissan, regardless of model, it will make a good drift car.

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  • Hubert Young
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    Used to drift a R32 GT-R. Great car, easy to control, lots of usable power through out the power band on the RB26 with only open exhaust. Really takes no time to get used to. It's a well built car from Nissan. Lots of engine swap choices on a GTS-t. A bit heavier compared to popular drift cars like s13, s14. But GTS-t is lighter and can be lightened further. And also body parts a little hard to come by here in the US. But certainly is unique.

    Last edited by motdyn_s14; 08-29-2005, 09:32 AM.

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  • fast_datsun
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    start with a S13/S14 is you best bet!!! GTS-t is heavy and hard to learn in

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  • Bio-Hazard
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    you dont have r32's in the states do you?. we have *Censored**Censored**Censored**Censored* loads of them down here in nz. they are a great car to learn in. easy car to get parts for and loads of torque . tell ur mate to get one

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  • Leroy0053
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    when you say r33gts-t every one knows its a rear wheel drive platform. rb25? we know that too.

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