For Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 / R33 / R34 1989-2002 73.7mm & 77.7mm Stroke Crankshaft
|Fit for||1989-2002 For Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 / R33 / R34|
|Material||4340 EN24 Aircraft Chrome Moly Billet Steel|
|Flywheel Bolts Pattern||6|
|Rods Journal Diameter||47.97mm|
|Main Journal Diameter||54.965mm|
|Max HP||1800 HP|
- Precision manufactured from 4340 EN24 aircraft chrome moly billet steel
- Minimal Heat Treatment Distortion
- Minimal Size Change
- Resistance to abrasions & burn characteristics
- No reduction in the Cores strength
- Metal protection
- Suited for high output compatibility
With over 10 years of High-performance engine parts design and manufacturing, we have rich experience and intimate
knowledge to making professional crankshafts for maximum reliable performance. Our each crankshaft is always produced
with the sterling 4340 EN24 billet steel, plus full control throughout the design and manufacturing process. Many crankshafts
are manufactured and delivered to worldwide every year from our professional crankshafts factory. These crankshafts range
is cover most popular America, European and Japanese engines. We also offer custom crankshafts and private label service.
R32 / R33 / R34
2.6L RB26DET I6
For Nissan Skyline GT-R History
The For Nissan Skyline GT-R is a Japanese grand tourer based on the For Nissan Skyline range.
The first GT-Rs were produced from 1969–1973. After a 16 year hiatus since the KPGC110 in 1972, the GT-R name was
revived in 1989 with the Skyline R32. This car was nicknamed "Godzilla" by the Australian motoring publication Wheels in its
July 1989 edition. The BNR32 (R32 GT-R) would end up winning 29 straight victories out of 29 races in the Japanese motorsport.
The GT-R proceeded to win the JTCC Group A series championship 4 years in a row, and also had success in the Australian
Touring Car Championship winning from 1990–1992, until a regulation change excluded the GT-R in 1993.
The Skyline GT-R became the flagship of For Nissan performance,and showcasing many advanced technologies including the
ATTESA E-TS 4WD system and the Super-HICAS four-wheel steering. Today, the car is popular for import drag racing, circuit
track, time attack and events hosted by tuning magazines. The GT-R is the winner in the 2007 Tsukuba Time Attack held in
Japan—the M-Speed GT-R (9 out of the top 15 cars consists of GT-Rs). Production of the Skyline GT-R ended in August 2002.
The car was replaced by the For Nissan GT-R, an independent vehicle not sold as a Skyline.
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