After the R32s and the R33s it's now time for the R34, my favorite model. Once again I wanted to start with one of my personal favorites. I know that the R34 has been made with one thing in mind, performance. But these chrome Work Meister S1 wheels looks so good on this white R34.
The black accents like the wingstays and the carbon spoiler on the trunk really make it pop. These wheels look huge from this angle. So maybe it's not the best performing car with these wheels but there is no denying it looks good, at least to me.
Inside the engine bay we have the almighty RB26 with its twin turbo setup still intact. The owner did however opted for a Greddy hardpipe kit.
This HKS Kansai built R34 also has chrome wheels, this time a set from AVS called T5. I love this machine, everything looks so purposeful and mean. Behind the wheels we see the signature green from the Project Mü brakes
A full HKS catalog went into this engine bay, including bigger turbo's, stroker kit and the HKS strut brace. Just compare the pipes with the previous engine bay, they are so much bigger.
With a R34 and BBS LM wheels you can never go wrong. The car has a full Nismo bodykit mounted to make it look even better. The R34 without this piece of kit looks a bit naked.
The engine bay shot reveals the T78-33d Turbo from Greddy, the rest of the bay looks surprisingly clean.
What would a R34 post be without one in Bayside blue? Well it wouldn't be a true R34 post. Haha j/k. I really like the contrast with the black Nismo wheels, behind them are a set of Endless brakes.
This is something special, a Nismo F-sport engine, number 461 to be precise. This is also a turnkey engine like the ones that Tomei makes.
Whoa, this Nür spec rolls on 18" Nismo LM GT4 wheels and Potenza RE-11 tires. The owner also treated his ride with some Z-tune goodies like the carbon front fenders and the carbon hood.
You can see that there are many ways to reroute your pipes for the Turbo and intercooler. This engine has smaller turbo's. This in turn results in smaller pipes and a shorter route to the intercooler.
This R34 has been painted in a darker hue than MP3 like the one in Dino's post. It still changes color from every angle. The black TE37 wheels fits this sinister looking car like a glove.
The engine has been treated with a Greddy inlet plenum and T88 turbo for those fast late night Wangan runs.
The Top Secret front bumper dominates the look of this car. There haven't been many aftermarket bumpers that I like for the R34, but this is one of the best looking.
A V-cam system from HKS is the first thing that I noticed besides the T51 turbo. The car is running close to 700bhp thanks to a 2.7 liter stroker kit and the afore mentioned items.
Didn't realize that the Work XD9 wheels could so good on a R34.
The engine has had some minor modifications that include the rerouted pipes and mushrooms from Greddy.
This final R34 I have for you is rocking a set of 19" CE28n wheels some Nismo bits, like the front splitter and sideskirts.
The Nür engine has had a single T78 turbo conversion and has been treated with lots of HKS goodies. It now puts out almost 600bhp.
That's it for the R34s, tomorrow there is one last go with a nice R35.