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  • DIY: R34 MFD into R33/R32

    So a guy on the UK forum wrote up this awesome guide, and hooked me up with his PDF etc, so I put everything up on my site, its a pretty awesome walkthrough guide, and honestly, after reading how easy it was, I went straight to yahoo auctions and started looking for broken R34 MFD's ...lol

    I don't think i'll end up doing it myself just because its a lot of custom fab work to fit it, but I think some people might fit it in the center console or glovebox? that might be cool no?

    anyways, a few cool photos below, but full guide here: http://skyline-life.blogspot.com/201...-fittings.html





    Last edited by archaeic_bloke; 02-06-2011, 10:49 PM.
    The SkyLife Community & News Website --> http://www.skylife4ever.com

  • #2
    Yeah its sweet.. Meller's mod is nice too.. (lowered placement on R33)

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    • #3
      YEa!! I saw that one too, I guess it just depends on what your taste is, the placement of it is always up to the end user, but its a good guide in that it shows how to wire everything up I think
      The SkyLife Community & News Website --> http://www.skylife4ever.com

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      • #4
        wow that would be so sweat and make your car pretty unique but i dunno if its worth the work in the end....
        1991 Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R: 710whp 521 ft/lbs 27.5psi 11.8 @126mph low boost

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        • #5
          checking online, like he said, you can find an R34 mfd on auctions used for like $1100 canadian.. its pretty expensive for what you get, most people at that point might rather just run a carputer with like nistune or something
          The SkyLife Community & News Website --> http://www.skylife4ever.com

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          • #6
            i was reading this last night while my RB30 pdf was loading, your site is just dope Josh
            Victory is on the horizon..

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            • #7
              thanks man, gonna try to keep it going good and bringing ppl cool stuff
              The SkyLife Community & News Website --> http://www.skylife4ever.com

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