I have had Cusco front camber arms fitted to help bring the camber back to a more reasonable level (it has been running at -2.5Â° for a while now), and I have also had the Hicas system removed due to excessive play in the rear steering rack which was causing the back end to become unstable at high speeds. It also suffered from the "Skyline Wobble" where the back end would randomly wobble as the Hicas ECU became confused. No more worries now the whole system has been removed thanks to the Cusco Hicas removal kit. Saving quite a bit in weight as well, so I may get higher fuel economy (I may even get to 20 MPG!).
There were also a few other odds and ends to be fixed: a split gaiter, cam cover gasket and a water leak in the boot (Does every Jap car leak in the boot?). Most serious engine problem was old spark plugs, which were duly replaced with 6 Greddy Iridium Spark Plugs.
Overall power was 319bhp at the wheels; down 8hp from last year, not bad considering the only modification in between was fitting of a sports catalytic converter. Torque remains good at 304 ft-lbs. All figures measured at the wheel hubs using Abbey Motorsports Dynapack chassis dynamometer.