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Introducing: The Meanest Looking Custom Built Skyline R34 GTR 1/7th Scale Remote Control RC Car

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

Author Revealed - The RB26 Engine Assembly Guide

Opened the email this week to discover a shocking and unexpected note from one "Matt" from MJR Performance. He is the man behind the most in-depth Free and online available to the world RB26 Engine Assembly guide that we posted here: Nissan RB26DETT Engine Rebuild How To.

A friend of mine just pointed me to the engine build article on your site. I’m the guilty party who wrote it. I did it for the guys over at Hybrid Z and some other forum, or two quite a while back.

Some bio: I’m an American living in Japan. I originally came to Japan in 1979 as a kid, returned in 1983 as a teenager, and ended up getting married and staying. I left to go to college in the US from 1987-1990, but was back in Japan on every break. I first started building turbocharged KP Starlets and what not around 1986, or so.

You can find me as the owner of Motorworx Race Systems, and more recently MJR Performance (M for Motorworx). I’m listed on the SDS and Haltech engine management websites under authorized dealers.

Anyway, just thought I’d clear up the mystery. Feel free to use the article as you want. I wrote it to help others, and that’s what it’s done.



We'd like to take this chance to thank Matt for all his hard work and efforts, the world is a better place because people like this continue to provide knowledge to the public for free. Cheers Matt, and thanks for being a great person.


Me said…
looks pretty cool.