The World’s Fastest GT-R
1200PS Time Attacker

This is HKS’s time attack GT-R and it’s currently the fastest R35 to ever lap circuits like Fuji Speedway and Sydney Motorsport Park. It’s quite an interesting creation in that it has reached these accolades without much use of aero – something that over the last few years has completely taken over the time attack scene at both a pro and amateur level. Could the car go faster if it had a dedicated aerodynamically-sculpted exterior? Most definitely. It would probably go much faster…

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But that’s besides the point. HKS is a company that specialises in making engine and tuning parts, and therefore its demo cars must first and foremost show what these components are capable of. Downforce doesn’t enter the equation – it’s all about raw power, and when it comes to this R35 – quite a lot of it.

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The whole GT1000+ project, as it’s known, was designed to compete on the international stage – specifically in the R35 GT-R class of the World Time Attack Challenge in Australia. Last year, against some tough competition, it won the division with a 1:30.838 lap time.

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With HKS located only an hour away from Fuji Speedway, the iconic racetrack has served as the place to test and setup the car. At the same time, setting the GT-R benchmark here became a secondary goal for the team. It was earlier in the year at the HKS Premium Day where Nob managed to post the fastest GT-R time around Fuji yet, making this R35 another successful project to come out of the company’s Fujinomiya factory.

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But then again, that really sums up HKS pretty well. If it isn’t going to win, or at least be in with a chance to be the best, it won’t even bother embarking on a project. HKS come, conquer and then they leave. It’s the way things go with this company, and one of the reasons we never saw the CT230R return, even though it could have easily challenged Under Suzuki’s time at Tsukuba and taken on the top cars at WTAC.

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For this very reason the R35 may have reached the end of its operational life. There might be a few more outings for development purposes, but otherwise it has achieved everything it was ever supposed to achieve. And that makes it the perfect time to take a closer look – there are no secrets and no area of the car is off limits.

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This is how I found myself spending a very enjoyable day at HKS HQ along with Saito-san, the man behind the project and pretty much every other cool thing that the company gets up to. After checking out a bunch of new and old stuff over the course of the afternoon (yes, you can expect a few more features to come out of my visit), it was time to drive the GT-R out to the back of the massive property that HKS owns at the base of Mt. Fuji.

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After seeing this overpowered beast being manhandled by HKS’s driver of choice, Nobuteru Taniguchi, it’s nice to be able to soak in every detail, ask Saito questions and hear about all the challenges that the build threw up.

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Let’s talk a bit about the aero first. Like I touched on earlier, things are pretty basic in this department, starting with a BenSopra bumper and spoiler section that keep the front wheels planted on the ground – even at the 200mph-plus speeds the engine can push the GT-R to on the Fuji main straight. The bumper is joined by wider and vented fenders which swallow up the massive 20×11-inch wheels.

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The long partnership between HKS and Yokohama has continued on this project with a set of Advan Racing GT wheels. Advan’s GT-R-specific performance tyre – the A005 – which looks more like a cut slick used in rally tarmac stages than a street compound, wrap around the forged rims. With the pace this car accelerates at, HKS ensured Nob always has a reassuring and potent brake pedal by fitting 6-pot monoblock Endless calipers at each corner along with E-grooved Endless floating rotors. The calipers are an endurance-spec model and accommodate brake pads which are easily twice the size of regular street equivalents.

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And then we have the rear end…

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BenSopra’s rear bumper and diffuser treatment certainly makes the R35 stand out, and if that doesn’t, the Miura-special, bumper-mounted GT wing certainly does.

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HKS extended the diffuser’s fins to accentuate the effect it has at high speed, and cut out a small part from the center section so that the custom single-exit exhaust could poke through inconspicuously.

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HKS’s main focus was on stripping weight from the GT-R, so on top of the carbon roof, the engineers also ditched the heavy rear glass and replaced it with a much lighter an FRP cover. And in case you are wondering, not, it’s not transparent, so Nob can’t see anything out the back.

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He doesn’t need to of course, as the GT-R is usually the fastest car on track when it’s out there. But just in case he needs to, Craft Square carbon side mirrors are more than sufficient.

A VR38 Like No Other
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HKS’s goal was to build the entire car’s success on power, which required them to push the VR38DETT to power levels that they had never reached in a time attack car before.

Here’s a video that HKS released last year after the R35’s outing at WTAC, also touching on the main points of the project.

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1200PS is what this motor pushes out. And now that I’ve quoted the power figure, I’ll just stop you right there. Yes, we all know there are GT-Rs pushing out several hundred horses more than HKS’s 1200 – but those are drag cars.

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The whole idea of building the motor for this GT1000+ was to create something powerful but at the same time reliable, so that it didn’t need to be rebuilt after every outing.

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At the center of it all is a 4.1L stroker kit, made up of top-of-the-line and coated bottom end components that are able to take the abuse of 2.0bar (29psi) of boost for sustained periods of time. With the stroke increased to match the 95.5mm bore, it makes this engine ‘square’, and it runs a 9.0:1 compression ratio. To flow the required boost, the heads were given the appropriate attention and matched to the best cams that wouldn’t impact response and mid-range punch in any way. In fact, there’s 130kgf-m of torque available – a number which truly defines what this engine is all about.

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The bigger volume and better-flowing HKS intake plenum feeds each of the six cylinders, and at the same time provide mounting places for the additional six injectors that are used in the setup. Apparently using a dozen 575cc sprayers was the best solution for keeping electric throttle response, as they are far faster reacting than bigger capacity squirters would be. Engine management is handled by an HKS F Con V PRO with the cabin-mounted EVC 6 boost controller keeping the GT1000 turbochargers pinned at maximum boost.

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That response is definitely something I remember noting earlier this year at the HKS Premium Day. Shooting trackside, I could hear how the engine just exploded with acceleration every time Nob got back on the throttle and made his way through the final section at Fuji.

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But then again, when you have this much power and torque on tap, the rest of the driveline is going to suffer. The GT1000+ is actually the reason that HKS’s strengthened gearbox upgrade was developed. Previously, the car kept snapping gears. The much stronger, and in some cases wider billet gears are able to take up to 1400PS – and that goes for the upgraded twin-clutch assembly too, which not only employs much better friction material but has more plates per stack for slip-less changes. Saito-san showed me the gearbox in all its beautiful details so I’m going to have to nerd out and dedicate a entire post just to it and its components. Check back for that soon!

In the video above, which I shot quickly during the shoot, you can hear what the gearbox and engine sound like when I jumped in and Saito-san moved it from the garage to the shoot location.

As Stripped Down As It Will Go
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The next area of interest is Nob’s office.

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HKS has thrown a lot of carbon fiber at this car, and along with the bonnet, roof and other components, the two pieces that really helped drop weight were the doors. These are also mated to Lexan windows that make the assemblies weigh no more than a few kilogram on each side. That helps to drop the entire weight of the car 210kg to 1,530kg.

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With all trim and carpeting stripped, it’s easy to see just what a well-designed chassis the R35 hides under beneath. To this, HKS fabricated a serious cage for rigidity and safety.

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Here you can see more carbon to seal off the cabin from the trunk area.

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The GT1000+ runs the exact same carbon dashboard that Daigo Saito uses in his Formula D GT-R. It’s extremely thin and light, but hides away all the nasty wiring that the R35 is laden with.

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It’s quite funny to see the transmission, suspension and stability control switches still intact. But the way in which the GT-R – like all modern and complex cars – is wired, it’s necessary to keep this part of the electronics wired in.

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Since the R35 is meant to be driven by Nob – and only Nob – the Bride full race bucket has been mounted in a fixed position, doing away with heavy seat rails.

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It’s almost a given that when Nob was asked to choose a favourite steering wheel to fit in the GT-R, he picked a leather Nardi. This is the wheel he’s had in all his cars, so why change now?

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In addition to the F-Con V PRO engine management system some more modules were fitted – something we are all used to seeing in Japanese tuner cars. The important one is the AFK on the left that monitors A/F ratio throughout the RPM range and boost loads.

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One of the most crucial requirements of a time attack car of this caliber would have to be the suspension – another area that HKS developed in house. The Hipermax IV are a refined version of the adjustable coilover system that HKS has been evolving along with the car, and as the times show they do an impressive job of getting the most out of the engine’s capabilities and the grip of the Advans.

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Back in January at the Premium Day was when Nob set the fastest ever lap time at Fuji for a tuner car, and a GT-R. To put it into perspective, the 1:37.773 makes the GT1000+ just as fast as the Nissan GT-R GT3s used in the Super GT GT300 championship.

A GT3 racer uses lighter weight and a significant aero package, while the HKS car is all about brute power. Same result, different path.

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Much like every other demo car that HKS has built, the GT1000+ will do down in history as something pretty special. But it’s not time to turn on the tears quite yet – there are still some outings planned for this car and it will continue to serve as a development car for HKS’s technical department. There’s also a planned trip to a time attack event in Sepang in October and then Nob will drive the GT-R at the Motorhead Hill Climb event in November.

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I get what HKS has tried to do with this car, but deep inside I can’t help but wonder just how fast it would actually be if it had a worthy aero package. GT500 times would probably be more than a possibility. Too bad HKS won’t go there, but we can’t all help but wonder, right?

Dino Dalle Carbonare
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1

Love HKS. They really hold it down for Japanese performance.

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Love HKS. They really hold it down for Japanese performance.

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HKS is really one of the first cars I latched onto when I got into Japanese cars. They have always made some of the fastest cars and their craftsmanship is at such a high level it is really something to aspire to and learn from. I'm kind of surprised that despite all the effort to reduce weight and create a time attack car the car is still 1500 + kg. You would think these companies would be trying to shoot for ultra light weight cars in a time attack build, but maybe the rules state they can't go lighter. I'm not too familiar with the format of Global Time Attack.

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Since most time attack cars these days focus so much on crazy aero. It's nice to see a car that's built to win by POWWERRRRRR

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turbo BEAMS ae86

wdf?  no air?

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I do not own a gtr and I'm not sure if I ever will in my life but what I do know is that dash is amazing!! I'd buy that dash just to be able to look at it all day, everyday. :)

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It started off as a 4000 pound car so i think they are doing pretty well. You could drive that car on the street. Driving a car made of carbon would feel like driving a wagon

8

Awesome build but I dont think its the fastest. I believe there is two other GTR that are not race prep but have full interior and are faster and hold top speed record.

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Chris 'Haffy' Hafner

It was impressive at WTAC!!

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Chris 'Haffy' Hafner

It was impressive at WTAC!!

11

DieterManero Dino meant around a circuit, not in straight line.

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DieterManero Dino meant around a circuit, not in straight line.

13

Abezzegh87 as Dino stated multiple times in this article, the HKS GTR is all about brute power, that's why it hasn't any heavy aero mods, and why would someone put stretched tires and airride on a high end car? This car wasn't build for looking good, but for going fast

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This is automotive perfection!

I've never been a fan of the big aeros in time attack, so I am quite surprised that HKS went the POWERRRR route and stuck only to engine modifications. 

Awesome project! Great article Dino, you blew me away with it this one!

15

Very nice! Will it compete again @ WTAC?

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GregoryS Nope

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SeBaBunea Thanks man!:)

18
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DieterManero Define "faster" This is a time attack car, not a drag car.

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@Tom you mean the carbon one?

20
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@turbo BEAMS ae86 Just power

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rv_zenki Yeah any additional lightening would spiral costs up, considering the starting weight of the thing, they have done a pretty good job at shedding weight

22

I just want to see more or the CT230R. For me, that was the first car that brought me and kept me in Evos

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I just want to see more or the CT230R. For me, that was the first car that brought me and kept me in Evos

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speedhunters_dino GregoryS That's not good. At least for one more year they should.

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speedhunters_dino GregoryS That's not good. At least for one more year they should.

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speedhunters_dinoGregoryS  oh no! why so? ... new car?

27

DieterManero those two can't "turn" as fast as this one!

28

Am I the only one who REALLY wants to see this and the now legendary CT230R in Forza Motorsport 6? Not as bloody unicorn cars though. I hate those damn things...next to impossible to find (hence the name) and retardedly expensive if you do.

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Yes sir. It's thin and simple but I love it

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Hehehe, trust HKS to truly demonstrate "the power of power".

I'm not sure GT500 times are on though, even with a significant aero package. I think some extreme weight saving would be needed to get close to those cars, and that would make the car prohibitively expensive. Even then it would be running on cut slicks versus the very best racing tyres on the planet, with Super GT housing the best (only?) true tyre war in top-level motorsport. However, it wouldn't take much on the aero side to be comfortably faster than any car in the GT300 class.

I don't want to take away from the article though, this was a great read as usual. Thanks Dino.

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Hehehe, trust HKS to truly demonstrate "the power of power".

I'm not sure GT500 times are on though, even with a significant aero package. I think some extreme weight saving would be needed to get close to those cars, and that would make the car prohibitively expensive. Even then it would be running on cut slicks versus the very best racing tyres on the planet, with Super GT housing the best (only?) true tyre war in top-level motorsport. However, it wouldn't take much on the aero side to be comfortably faster than any car in the GT300 class.

I don't want to take away from the article though, this was a great read as usual. Thanks Dino.

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@JJ They were running slicks at both WTAC and for the Fuji record

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LukeEVOVIII Now it's been converted to run on CNG and is quite a lot less powerful

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mas921 speedhunters_dino GregoryS I don't think there's going to the a "GT-R" class this year

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1:30 around Eastern Creek (SMSP) is what a GT3/V8 Supercar do, so a heavy GT-R with not that much aero setting that time is doing very well (SMSP is a quite a 'sweepy' track so good aero will benefit you well). I do like their MOAR POWER!!! approach. Looked great out on track as well.

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1:30 around Eastern Creek (SMSP) is what a GT3/V8 Supercar do, so a heavy GT-R with not that much aero setting that time is doing very well (SMSP is a quite a 'sweepy' track so good aero will benefit you well). I do like their MOAR POWER!!! approach. Looked great out on track as well.

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In the video, the one that the HKS guy move it around behind Mt. Fuji, I though he was driving a family sedan when he moved the gear knob to place. Plus with no clutch pedal.
Really makes me giggle a bit thinking that it was a damn fast car to begin with. Haha.

HKS really did it with this GT-R. Now that you've mentioned that there a chances that this car will be at Sepang this October, I need to be there to witness it's power with my own eyes.

38

Lexan windows with power windows...!!!!! Sweeeett.... >o<

39

Something weird about seeing paddle shifters working alongside an old-school Nardi!

40

Damn! I need to see this machine at Sepang before it is retired to HKS' top secret warehouse!

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speedhunters_dino mas921 GregoryS indeed! but i really wanted to see this car go head to head with the AMS Alpha powered LYFE Motorsport build in the Pro Class >_<

42

This is probably one of the best features I've ever read on speedhunters. The subject, photos, videos and level of detail in the writing is perfect! Thank you Dino!

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mikeyjmoynihan Thanks man!:)

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jay8393 Yep, makes sure you go!

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BT180 Yeah weird uh

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@Kart Works It would actually be heavier to go for a mechanical system (and less of a pain in the behind)

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@Kart Works It would actually be heavier to go for a mechanical system (and less of a pain in the behind)

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MearBiaggi Make sure you don't miss it if you have the chance to go!

49

Saw it at Fuji speedway ( motor games 2014 ) last year.... there are alot of things changed on this car.. But she still is the ultimate time attack car!

50

I saw this car at world time attack in Sydney last year, how disappointing to know it won't be returning :( beautiful car, the little details in person really impress.

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I saw this car at world time attack in Sydney last year, how disappointing to know it won't be returning :( beautiful car, the little details in person really impress.

52

Saw this at the Premium Day this year, was shockingly quick. You could hear it punch the air out of the way down the straight at Fuji...

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Saw this at the Premium Day this year, was shockingly quick. You could hear it punch the air out of the way down the straight at Fuji...

54

speedhunters_dino I thought the WTAC rules only allow semi slicks?

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speedhunters_dino I thought the WTAC rules only allow semi slicks?

56

Ive heard there is a 1200 whp R35 GTR in Northern Ireland. It might have been a typo though as it looked like an r34

https://www.carthrottle.com/post/aKcoQP/

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Ive heard there is a 1200 whp R35 GTR in Northern Ireland. It might have been a typo though as it looked like an r34

https://www.carthrottle.com/post/aKcoQP/

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Ive heard there is a 1200 whp R35 GTR in Northern Ireland. It might have been a typo though as it looked like an r34

https://www.carthrottle.com/post/aKcoQP/

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jbfromsiliconvalley

I wanna see hks ship this to 'Murica and run it in the Silver State Classic

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jbfromsiliconvalley

I wanna see hks ship this to 'Murica and run it in the Silver State Classic

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I wanna see hks ship this to 'Murica and run it in the Silver State Classic

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speedhunters_dino rv_zenki Kind of funny to think about HKS as a company needing to save money on a build haha. It's a ton of weight to shed for sure and with the power they have probably goes like hot !!$% off a shovel.

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speedhunters_dino rv_zenki Kind of funny to think about HKS as a company needing to save money on a build haha. It's a ton of weight to shed for sure and with the power they have probably goes like hot !!$% off a shovel.

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Will it see use on the Nurburgring? I only ask because that's where the old gt-r's saw action, with like the r-34 shaving off 21secs off the r-33s time or something like that? Haha too much Gran Turismo for me :)

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Will it see use on the Nurburgring? I only ask because that's where the old gt-r's saw action, with like the r-34 shaving off 21secs off the r-33s time or something like that? Haha too much Gran Turismo for me :)

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Will it see use on the Nurburgring? I only ask because that's where the old gt-r's saw action, with like the r-34 shaving off 21secs off the r-33s time or something like that? Haha too much Gran Turismo for me :)

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Will it see use on the Nurburgring? I only ask because that's where the old gt-r's saw action, with like the r-34 shaving off 21secs off the r-33s time or something like that? Haha too much Gran Turismo for me :)

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John Key NZ No it won't, would be cool though!

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John Key NZ No it won't, would be cool though!

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jbfromsiliconvalley Now that's a cool idea!

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coordsport Yeah when it flies by you at 300 km/h, it's pretty intense!

72

If I recall correctly, I think Top Secrets and MCRs GTRs are pretty fast as well!

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If I recall correctly, I think Top Secrets and MCRs GTRs are pretty fast as well!

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jbfromsiliconvalley I don't think Japan has entered the Silver State Classic since the z33 with Daijiro

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speedhunters_dino Dino you probably know more about it than me, was it the r-34 being 21secs quicker than the r-33?

76

Hey Dino, Great article as always. I was thinking about the comment "as fast at the Super GT cars" and while I don't doubt this at all, is that speed sustainable? 

Yes, they have the power in a reliable / repeatable setup, but could this car do more than 2 to 3 laps before having to come in for liquefying it's brakes, and stripping the lovely Advans to the bead? Not to mention the heat soak from running 29 PSI sustained!

Oh, the life of a HKS developed car is a sweet one, and I'm sure it's just jealousy speaking on behalf of my lowly EVO with minor modifications :)

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Hey Dino, Great article as always. I was thinking about the comment "as fast at the Super GT cars" and while I don't doubt this at all, is that speed sustainable? 

Yes, they have the power in a reliable / repeatable setup, but could this car do more than 2 to 3 laps before having to come in for liquefying it's brakes, and stripping the lovely Advans to the bead? Not to mention the heat soak from running 29 PSI sustained!

Oh, the life of a HKS developed car is a sweet one, and I'm sure it's just jealousy speaking on behalf of my lowly EVO with minor modifications :)

78

HKS livery. looks mint on all their cars! Especially the R32 Group A!

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HKS livery. looks mint on all their cars! Especially the R32 Group A!

80

WTAC rules state that semi slick tires must be used.  How is it Dino says the WTAC laptime was reached with slick tires?  Can anyone confirm?

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WTAC rules state that semi slick tires must be used.  How is it Dino says the WTAC laptime was reached with slick tires?  Can anyone confirm?

82

I like how the title reads "The World's Fastest GT-R", like there are slow ones around so they need to clarify haha.  GT-Rs are awesome.  Such an informative post, right guys?

85

According to the Mines website. This is the second fastest as thier car lapped Fuji speedway in 1:34.674 years ago
http://www.mines-wave.com/JP/CATALOG/BNR34_N1.html

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According to the Mines website. This is the second fastest as thier car lapped Fuji speedway in 1:34.674 years ago
http://www.mines-wave.com/JP/CATALOG/BNR34_N1.html

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Jaytee89  that def. went under the radar!

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"but deep inside I can’t help but wonder just how fast it would actually be if it had a worthy aero package." - These gave me goosebumps. As always, a very good read Dino.

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Guys, why does he rev up the engine before he shut it down?

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Guys, why does he rev up the engine before he shut it down?

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Guys, why does he rev up the engine before he shut it down?

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1 year later from the date of this post, I'm going to see this GTR race in the US on the 21'st. Cant wait!!!

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