After a two year hiatus, Nedi’s Nissan GT-R has undergone a complete rebuild by Melbourne workshop JPC. Big changes under the bonnet now see a twin cam RB 3L engine, and Ross dry sump oiling system.
A Vi-PEC EFI system running on E85 fuel has created a very responsive power band, around 500hp at the wheels thanks to a well sized custom turbocharger built in-house by JPC. This was Nedi’s first time out with the car and as a shakedown run it performed flawlessly.
Sandown Raceway, Victoria, Australia.
1992 Nissan R32 Skyline GT-R
Nissan RB26/30 forged 3L engine by JPC
JPC Garrett based turbocharger
JPC split pulse manifold
Magnaflow muffler/side exit exhaust
Hypertune plenum, Racepack dash
Garrett 100mm intercooler, E85 fuel
Vi-PEC V88 ECU, Bosch 1000cc injectors
Ross dy sump oil system, custom fuel tank
Race Radiators alloy radiator
PPG 5-speed dog box, OS Giken 3 plate clutch
Quaife ATB front diff/standard rear diff
AP Racing 6 pot calipers front and 4 pot rear.
Front rotors – 355mm AP racing strap drive floating rotors
Rear Rotors – 330mm AP racing
ABS and brake booster deleted- brake balance bar fitted
Cusco lower control arms, castor rods and Hicas lock bar
UAS adjustable/pivoting upper control arms
Whitline sway bars
Tru-trak rear bush kit
Special thanks to the team @ JPC ~ Mark, Paul, Rowan, Brendan & my wife.