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Passion, It's the thing that drives us to achieve. The push we feel to dare to dream something, ideal, and then manifest that vision into reality. For anyone who's ever fallen head over heels into an engine bay, or body work, or getting your car track ready, YOU KNOW that feeling that drives you to customize and make things as you feel they should be. Your intuition is second to none.  RC Car Skyline GTR R34 Custom Built Remote Control Car This GTR is no different from any of the other incredible cars featured on this site ( just look around; there's red ones , blue ones , silver ones , white ones , black ones ) - except for one, small, detail. - It's 1/7th the size! You wouldn't be able to fit inside it, but it still rips around like a GTR should, and is a whole lot of fun to drive I'm sure, and the customization on this build is phenomenal.  Nissan Skyline GTR RC Car Rear End Spotted on the RC sub, user XJuggernaut101 shared their build story with us of ho

R34 MFD and Dash - AN Fittings

Earl's Stainless Braided hose linesAn Fittings...
I found a guide online which explains all the "Dash - AN" fittings, like Earl's uses, and found on most stainless braided hose ends and connectors. I know the extensive variations in options can be very confusing for anyone looking to get some hosing figured out, so I've added a PDF that explains how the AN system works, give it a read if you ever wanted to know: Downloads page - General Section for AN Fittings Guide

R34 MFD into R33/32
Through the kindness of a GTR Owners Club UK Forum member - Daniel Hipgrave, we have made his excellent conversion guide and story available to all, it's a very interesting look at a custom job often considered by many R32 and R33 owners at some point during ownership. The story can be found in the "how-to" guides section on the right, at this link: R34 MFD into R33 / R32,. Or, the walk-through PDF guide can be found on the Downloads page in the "General" folder section here, under the heading: R34 MFD into R33/32 Conversion PDF


Sean Morris said…
AN fittings takes a while to figure out. I will have to admit, I spent a lot of time at Earls Store #1. Tom helps out a lot, figuring out fittings, and making things work. If you are ever in Hawthorne in LA, he is a huge help. Always busy, but will get you what you need.

I thought an MFD into an R32/R33 would be cool. The ECU's are all very similar, so its just a matter of all the wiring, and mounting it.

The cluster with the RS232 is either Euro or Nismo display.
Anonymous said…
Display is a Sharp LQ6BW504.
Same as import Toyota Prius '97 - 00.

Discovered this just now!!

Ureka moment.