1990 Nissan Skyline GTS-T

This 1990 Nissan Skyline GTS-T was been built and owned by one of our employees. It’s been a daily driver for well over a year and more than 20,000 miles. All the kinks have been worked out and plenty of tasteful modifications have been completed. Starting on the exterior the entire car (engine bay and doors included) has been repainted “Anvil Gray”. The paint shines nicely with only minor blemishes from rock chips. The body is in similar shape with minor issues that can be seen in the photos. Modifications to the exterior include optional Type-M front bumper and the most noticeable modification is the coupe rear end conversion with custom LED tail lights. The lowered ride height pairs nicely with Work XD9 wheels. Front: 17×9.5 Rear: 18×10.5

Moving to the interior a number of changes have been made including a NISMO gauge cluster, Rare OEM cup holders, and Rare OEM all weather floor mats. Aftermarket gauges have been added as well along with a BEE-R rev controller and HKS turbo timer. The A/C is functional and blows cold. The radio has been switched to a USDM Kenwood and is also functional. GT-R front and rear seats replace the passenger(front and rear) seats, whereas a Bride Gradient seat has been chosen for the driver. The dash is clean but does have the typical R32 dash bubble. The stock steering wheel has been replaced with a Momo deep-dish steering wheel.

The RB20DET engine starts right away and accelerates nicely thanks to an upgraded RB25 turbo. Currently an HKS wastegate is installed and the boost is set at 0.9 bar. Other modifications include HKS style FMIC, HKS intake, oil filter relocation kit, custom one piece driveshaft, KAAZ 2 way differential, Fortune Auto 500 series coilovers, HICAS delete, and GT-R brakes. Shifts through the 5 speed manual transmission are smooth and the ORC super-single clutch does not slip. A number of components have been professionally powder coated and stock hardware has been replaced with “DressUpBolts”. The odometer currently reads 126k miles, however this cannot be verified since a NISMO cluster has been installed.