So is it gone?
Turbo 2+0 frame 4330, built 12/90. RZ32JSHE6. Paint 732 Diamond Black Pearl Metallic. Slicktop, manual, ABS, power driver seat.
Nice TT slicktop!...
It was the 1058th 2+2 turbo produced for the JDM market yes.
The actual sequential number in between all the other chassis types and markets...
Means turbo 2+2 frame 1058, built 7/1989. Options: HICAS+ABS, Bose audio (?), Driver and Passenger power seat (?)
Nissan FAST confirms that for JDM models the AIV was removed 8.1992 and EGR removed 10.1994.
North American models retained the EGR.
Yea Melbourne St, yours is only one I've seen on the road. From the various z32 facebook groups I know there is a dark green and a red one...
I thought that Z looked familiar, I drive past it every morning on the way to work! Noticed she was missing lately :(.
Have a similar idle issue...
Overall I think it looks good, not overstyled like the supra. Front looks fine IMO, the grille is slightly too big and needs something to break it...
Any more info on this? I'm aware the series VI cars have more chassis bracing but there is not much out there on what exactly they did.
Not to hijack the thread but this is a non-ABS cylinder right?
Not to hijack the thread but are the JDM and USDM turbo rear wheel bearings different (as the bigger US wheel has a different offset)
You can't take it to a parking lot and measure?
FSM states (Front/Rear, mm from ground to wheelarch):
675/676 (NA 2+0)
675/675 (TT 2+0, note...
Do the LS swaps preserve accessories? (A/C, power steer etc.). Would the LS still have room for a supercharger in the Z32's engine bay?
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Body (2+0/2+2): 2+0
Colour: KH6 Pearl White
Engine (Turbo/NA): Turbo
Transmission (MT/AT): MT
Interior (Cloth/Leather): Black...
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