Nissan Pulsar GTi-R

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2005 Nissan Cube Cubic Agiactive

Hi Ben, just wanted to drop you a line to say thanks for all your help and to let you know I have had the car for a couple of days now.

I was completely happy with your service and communication and would definitely use your services again or recommend you to anyone thinking of importing a vehicle.

I'll gladly recommend you to anyone I come across on JDMST and Toymods, thanks again for all your help, my wife and I are both really hapy with the car.

- Kieran B Sydney, Australia 2005 Nissan Cube Cubic Agiactive


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Nissan Pulsar GTi-R (RNN14)

The Nissan Pulsar GTi-R was a homologation version of the 3 door Pulsar designed to compete in the WRC under Group A rules. Nissan went all out to make this a road legal rally car and the SR20DET engine variant in the GTi-R is the most powerful and toughest produced at that point. With changes such as a redesigned plenum, quad throttle bodies, solid lifters, bigger cams, a large top mounted intercooler and bigger injectors to name a few, the SR20DET spat out 169kW (230hp) with room for much more, and in battle hardened trim capable of taking rally punishment.

The changes weren't only under the bonnet, the GTi-R received redesigned suspension, a unique rear wing and body kit (with signature bonnet vent), additional gauges in the interior, different brakes and LSD. Power was fed through a 5 speed manual only and controlled via the ATTESA 4WD control system.


This was the standard version sold for road use with power windows, aircon and other luxuries. This model is allowed for import