GT-R Indulgence
Fuelling The Passion

GT-R. Three simple letters, yet when combined in the right order they mean so much to a lot of enthusiasts.

Nissan’s GT-R is nothing short of a legend, and every year we are reminded of this at one of the biggest visual spectacles in Japan’s enthusiast car-scape. This is all possible thanks to the guys at GT-R Magazine, whose annual R’s Meeting gathering at Fuji Speedway manages to attract owners of all generations of GT-Rs from every corner of the country. Throw in a tantalising line-up of tuners exhibiting their parts and demo cars along with constant action out on track, and you have a recipe for the perfect event. Let’s indulge…

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Ever since Nissan decided to take the Skyline racing it attracted enthusiasts who saw the same cars they owned transformed into widened and hot-rodded interpretations.

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That legend has continued all the way through to the R35. The Skyline GT-R has tasted success both in domestic championships like Super GT and Super Taikyu, and internationally in the FIA GT and a variety of other classes and series.

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That link to motorsport successes over the decades and the car’s tuneability have combined to make the Skyline GT-R what it is and what it stands for. Then the R35, sold globally, further strengthened this sentiment making the GT-R legend even more well known, perhaps albeit at the expense of the aura it once basked in.

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But R35 aside, the second and of course first generations of the GT-R remain as epic as ever. And seeing so many in one place really never gets old – even for a guy that is fortunate enough to have one parked in his driveway.

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The paddock may be overrun by GT-Rs of all generations, color, spec and level of tune, but you don’t actually get the full impact of it all until you walk around Fuji and check out the various parking areas. Each and every one of them is filled up with R’s – often grouped by chassis. Friends meet, chat and take pictures before moving to the main event area to experience the unavoidable talk show and all the goodness that tuners are exhibiting.

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GT-R Magazine always produces a separate R’s Meeting insert that’s filled with photos of cars and their owners at the event, and behind the main event area hundreds were lined up waiting to be officially photographed.

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No matter how hard you try to keep your car clean and how much hard work you put into ensuring it’s fitted with the best and coolest parts, someone out there always goes one step (or more!) further. It’s somewhat depressing, but at the same time it allows you to plan for future upgrades.

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At the R’s Meeting you pretty much get to see every GT-R tuning and styling part ever made fitted, including every wheel configuration you could imagine. If you’ve just picked up a GT-R and you can’t decide which direction to go with it, this event allows you to check out every possible route right in front of your eyes.

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And that’s even before we start talking about engines!

Walking Around
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After the wash-out that was last year’s R’s Meeting event, the weather really turned it on this time around with summer temperatures and sunny skies from beginning to end. It helped make the turnout of cars bigger, but I have to say there were definitely less old-generation Skylines around compared to previous years.

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With the 25-year rule now allowing early production BNR32s to be imported into the US, these cars are now experiencing what the 911 has just gone through in the last five or so years. If you are after a decent san-ni you better get in there quick, as a lot of guys in the know are already saying it’s probably too late.

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I can’t help but wonder what this will do to R34 values in the future!

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And talking of R34s, you might be seeing a lot of them in this post. Too bad – I can’t help it. I love R32s and R33s, but you all know where my heart lies, so making the image selection for this post was tough. The car above is super-rare because of its color: Midnight Purple III. This is a hue that Nissan came out with once it realised that Midnight Purple I and II were far too dark and just looked like black or purple most of the time. The funny thing is, on the second hand market these sort of colors aren’t really fetching a premium yet.

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GT-R Magazine booked up a big slice of the NS4 open track day session at Fuji on the day, allowing participants an opportunity to get their cars out on the track. There were some proper beasts running quick laps too, including this white R34 built by Auto Gallery Yokohama. It had an insane appetite for speed down the main straight.

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Art Tech Hanatsuka had its demo car on display, looking stunning as always finished in another rare factory color: Active Red. But it wasn’t the exterior I was looking at…

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This time around the R’s Meeting served as the perfect place to do some research. Seeing I will be getting Project GT-R’s engine covers painted, I was curious to see what finishes and colors some of the demo cars were sporting. I have to say, I’m quite liking the crackle-finish look, but on a Bayside Blue car like mine, it would definitely have to be a different hue.

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Do-Luck had a nice selection of demo cars on display, including its wide-body R35. Come the Nismo Festival this December, it’ll have a couple of interesting parts for those with second-gen GT-Rs, but more on that later…

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Brakes are a big part of any GT-R build and there are definitely some cool new solutions coming to market right now, like the AP Racing kit fitted to the Mine’s demo car above. Endless had a painted version of its unbeliveably light monoblock 6-pots on show, along with carbon rotors for those that only want the best of the best.

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Am I the only one that thinks the R33 only looks right when it’s highly tuned and finished off with a heavy time attack twist? I’m not quite sure what it is, but this Championship Blue BCNR33 looked pretty imposing as it burbled passed me through the main paddock.

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Once the sun is shining, Midnight Purple really showcases what its underlying color is all about. This san-san from Three H is car we’ve seen before on Speedhunters, and one I will have to feature once it’s complete. I’ve italicised that word because when it comes to GT-Rs, no car is every really finished. I have yet to meet one owner who is completely satisfied with their modifications enough to stop modifying. More, more, more seems to be the usual sentiment, and I totally get it, as I’m sure most of you do too!

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Varis has further refined its wide-body kit for the R35, making it look even more aggressive and in-your-face than it’s ever been. I made sure to once again ask the guys when they will finally be making carbon parts for the R32, R33 and R34, and my question was met with a nervous answers. With the way things are going, it seems tuners are all jumping back into the old second-generation GT-Rs, and I can’t even imagine the goodness that Varis would be able to create for these cars. I should start a petition or something!

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Lobbying seems to work too, because after years and years of asking the guys at Robson Leather when they’ll be offering a full Alcantara/suede dashboard trim, they have finally managed to get it done. They have been working on this for a while and have found the right glues and tricks to get it to look good and stay presentable for a long time. The upgrade is actually not too pricey either, with most of the costs involved around removing the dashboard out of the car and putting it back in again afterwards. Great, just what I needed, another thing to add to my ever-increasing upgrades list!

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BBS had a big selection of RI-Ds on display, now even offering the wheel in 18-inch with proper GT-R fitment options.

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Do you have a TE37 fetish? Good, you aren’t the only one, and as of now you can get 18-inch versions of the TE37Vs with a choice of widths and pretty aggressive offsets. Just look at that dish! We’ve seen the ‘Vs fitted to a couple of BNR32s in the past, but now BCNR33 and BNR34 owners can achieve a similar look with their cars.

The Nismo Touch
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Nismo Omori Factory is currently working on an all-new demo car to join its R32 and R34. The car should be completed by this year’s Nismo Festival and will be created in a similar fashion to those above, meaning a bare-chassis rebuild to showcase the services it offers. If you recall, this time last year I featured the Clubman Race Spec R34.

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When emptying the contents of your bank account at Nismo you are also able to pick a variety of engine configurations to create a timeless, certified and unique GT-R.

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As I was getting lost in the details of each car that I came across, I almost forgot I had hundreds of other GT-Rs to get through!

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GT-R Magazine managed to borrow a car from the Nissan Heritage Collection, namely the GT-R LM that participated in Le Mans back in 1996.

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Smoky at Top Secret never misses one of these events, and while Ken’s BNR34 I featured a couple of months back was there, it’s obvious how the workshop is still focussing on the R35. Top Secret had three examples present, the silver one front and center built for time attack.

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I wish I could tell you what HKS has planned for the RB26, but I can’t. Trust me, these guys know what we want and are working overtime to get some cool new-generation parts completed soon. Have I teased you enough?

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When it comes to fast time attack machines, there aren’t many shops that can keep up with Autech Tsukada. These guys from Nagano know what is needed to make GT-Rs perform, and their R32 remains one of the fastest Skylines to have lapped Fuji Speedway. This R34, which was built for cutting quick laps too, is up for sale – all 700hp of it!

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Nothing really grabs your attention like a BenSopra-converted R35 GT-R does, and this particular example is RYO’s new street demo car. It’s currently still running a stock engine, but that should change soon enough.

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I may have shown you the Auto Gallery Yokohama BNR34 before but I just can’t help share some more pictures of it.

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This, my friends, is tuning done right. This is the epitome of what a built RB26 should look like and I really commend the AGY guys for having developed a recognizable style for themselves. Changes for this year include the relocation of the injectors from the top of the Nismo intake plenum to the bottom for a better and more turbulence-free spray pattern into the cylinders. As always, the RB20 covers are a little touch of perfection.

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For most GT-R owners out there, the R’s Meeting is far more than a gathering. It’s a boost of energy and a source of inspiration to keep going with our own cars. You don’t even specifically need to be a GT-R/Nissan guy to appreciate all of this – as long as you are into cars, you get it.

Stay tuned for a few spotlights from the event!

Dino Dalle Carbonare
Instagram: speedhunters_dino
dino@speedhunters.com

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How did you take that cover picture? It's amazing!

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I scrolled down without reading the article just to say that first panning short is awesome. Well done!

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That black HKS's R34 looks awesome!
Simple yet evil.

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Very nice coverage Dino! You've done it again this time although I wish there are much more pictures haha. I was here last 2013 I wish I can come back next year with coverage like this its making me more excited to come back. Cheers for a great story!

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I live in Canada so R34's are legal to import and damn do I wish I had the money. My dream car is a Midnight Purple III R34 but I guess my Evo V will have to do...haha

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Speedhunters HaydenMWRX

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I so LOVE the R34 with all my heart if only it was available in South africa

can you donate guys so that i come to drive it for a week and i reurn home... ha ha ha ha ha ha :) :) :)

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PPK459 Actually lots of Japanese export companies  are exporting straight to Africa (a growing market with lots of potential buyers, I guess) so getting one is no problem for you. 
Unless South Africa have some kind of painful bureaucracy.

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This and the nismo festival are the 2 articles i patiently wait for Dino to report. Hopefully next year if everything goes according to plan I'll do the prohibitively stupid thing of shipping my BNR34 back to Jp so that I can attend booth festivals.
Great Job as always Dino.
And sign me Up on a petition for Varis to make carbon fiber for R34 and older...Man its such a bitch to look for carbon fiber for older gtr's that are not hoods, trunks and doors. We need more Carbon.

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Very envious of that meet. We have a lot of Skylines in Australia (confidently can say probably second only to Japan) but the quality of Jap builds is next level to here. 

I agree about the 33's looking best with a time attack theme. They're the unloved brother in the Skyline family but look formidable and demand respect in that guise.

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Very envious of that meet. We have a lot of Skylines in Australia (confidently can say probably second only to Japan) but the quality of Jap builds is next level to here. 

I agree about the 33's looking best with a time attack theme. They're the unloved brother in the Skyline family but look formidable and demand respect in that guise.

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A4999 dino he've many supernatural abilities

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A4999 dino he've many supernatural abilities

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Dammit, now I need to move to Japan.

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Nice article!
Greetings from Germany.

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Nice article!
Greetings from Germany.

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So many rad cars in this post. I wonder if the R33 will see the same boom in a few years time? I suspect probably a jump in prices, but not like we've seen in the 32.

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Peter_Kelly i dunno hey, the hype of GTR is strong stateside, that said i'm sure the R34 will get the biggest jump. With our pretty free import laws here, i'd definitely invest in one if i had the spare cash

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960 PPK459 South Africa is a lot more strict with it's import laws, here in Zimbabwe not so much; i know a guy who has 3 GTR's. Long as you have the money here you can import whatever you like although the govt was thinking of following SA's lead and banning LHD vehicles

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Gianluca FairladyZ

Bucket List:  BCNR33 Le Mans Edition <B

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Bucket List:  BCNR33 Le Mans Edition <B

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Goddamnit Dino! I'm a NISMO fan driving a RWD Toyota because a Silvia or rb25det was out of my budget. I think I made the right call picking a 3s-ge over an rb20de. One day, I will own a GT-R!!!

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Articles like this make me want to pull my R33 GT-R UKDM shell out of hibernation and start my lifetime build. I'm not sure how much longer I can go on before I give in.
The idea of an RB30, HKS Vcam, Sequential Box and a well-finished leather interior just keep swimming around in my head.

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C7JFW gentleman..patience

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I still need a set of R31 RB20 camcovers!

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ethosVeritas_Z32 960 PPK459  You see????


I was looking at the 2001 R34 on JDM and the value of it when converted to south African RANDS it was almost MILLION to buy this car and that's excluding all these other import/ export fees that goes along with it.

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John Key NZ  Ya Dino, you know we can't buy a R34 for a normal price in the USA.
All I can do is by parts and wait till 2025. if I could walk through airport security with a big enough trench coat to stuff a R34 in or just check it in as carry on....

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PPK459 ethosVeritas_Z32 960 i remember reading in old Max Power mags and i think Max my Ride, people like Dezzi  imported the skylines as long as they are to be used as race cars which is a shame considering how fun it'd be as a road car. Lol yeah and it doesn't help that the Rand has taken a big hit lately.
It'd cost somewhere between USD20-100k to import an R33-R34, depending on what you want. perhaps not so strangely you can get an R34 for the price of an R35. R33 may be the unloved one of the bunch but it's definitely the bargain of the group for now.

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Must be time for a project GTR update Dino???? 


Been almost a year!!!!!!

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Even the prices of BCNR33's are going up fast, glad i bought mine last year for a somewhat sensible price considering its a full tune example. Nice to hear that new parts are coming out!

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Even the prices of BCNR33's are going up fast, glad i bought mine last year for a somewhat sensible price considering its a full tune example. Nice to hear that new parts are coming out!

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Yellow's a tough color to pull off - it needs to be just the right shade, and applied to the right vehicle. 

That R34 in the header image really works in that mustard hue it's wearing.

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Yellow's a tough color to pull off - it needs to be just the right shade, and applied to the right vehicle. 

That R34 in the header image really works in that mustard hue it's wearing.

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Excellent as always Dino. However i can't understand something...why the hell people put 19's on the R34s?? What the fcuk?? A good friend of mine who owns a Nur Spec told me that the car looks better (!) and it has better grip..

No fcuking way......... I really love my 18's Rays......

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Excellent as always Dino. However i can't understand something...why the hell people put 19's on the R34s?? What the fcuk?? A good friend of mine who owns a Nur Spec told me that the car looks better (!) and it has better grip..

No fcuking way......... I really love my 18's Rays......

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A4999 Steady hand haha

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KiwiMotoring Thank you!

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icobird My pleasure. More pix coming in the form of spotlights : )

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Gregonater Nothing wrong with an Evo V :)

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ethosVeritas_Z32 PPK459 960 100k? On top of the value of the car?

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EliThanos Yes yes and yes! Do it! I'll gladly drive down with you to the event!  And I hope Vairs is reading this!! lol

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@caroosh Thank you!:)

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ethosVeritas_Z32 Peter_Kelly Invest now, as it's already becoming too late!

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@Saint John Key NZ LOL one bit at a time! I've been stockpiling parts for approx 6 years now so what's a couple of more years ;)

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Bryn Alban I got a pair for you if you want

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hypodermic It feels like it's been forever! I'll have something coming up soon...not engine work quite yet, another change of plan haha

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Ice Age Simplicity rules

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GregoryS I've ran 19" CE28Ns on my R34 for over ten years. There's no issues, except for maybe it looks so good I can't stop looking at it after I park the thing lol

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speedhunters_dino Bryn Alban I knew I liked you for a reason! :D

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Amazing. Thanks, Dino.

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17th photo down - silver-ish GTR - PLEASE MORE PHOTOS of that car

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speedhunters_dino PPK459 960 Sorry lemme clarify, i saw a couple R34 & 35's on tradecar at about USD47k, and combined with fees (shipping, border fees, duty, vat, surcharge if the vehicle is over 5 yrs old etc) you're basically paying double the value of the car to land it here ready for registration.

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Dino, where are our bonus images?

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Next time please give us a warning to have a towel over the keyboard....This is amazing content!

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Agree....but againg isn't it two better than one? Why have a single turbo set up, when you can have a twin turbo?! More is always better...why? Because you can.

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You are such bad influence for me...you know that!!! Lol! I need to stop reading you..lol!!
But againg that sounds like a hell of a plan in the good way, Im taking your word for it. And I wan one of those hunted stickers you carry.

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You are such bad influence for me...you know that!!! Lol! I need to stop reading you..lol!!
But againg that sounds like a hell of a plan in the good way, Im taking your word for it. And I wan one of those hunted stickers you carry.

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No tripod??

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Awesome, awesome, awesome feature Dino! Some sweet Skylines in there! That black R34 at the HKS stand is exactly what I'd want mine to look like if I ever wanted one. So great to see companies still making parts for the RB26

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EliThanos The only reason they did twin turbos in the first place was because a big single would've had unacceptably slow throttle response at low revs, then would've dumped an avalanche of torque into the tires with little warning past three or four thousand RPM.

Twin turbos made more sense with the technology available when this car was designed, but today, a single turbo with enough RPM spread is no problem.

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Kind of off topic but dino i would like to ask is there any news about dandy tanaka's Bonneville GTR? It seems been a while and i would love to see this car again

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The speedhunter's group should make an app so that it is easier to read on our phones.  Who is with me?

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the first and last photos are just sublime - great work

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Hey dino, is the Art Tech Hanatsuka r34 gtr really oem active red in colour? It looks a little off in the pictures, in a good way but just a little different to pictures of red r34 gtr's I have seen before. If you decide to do a piece on it in more detail, which you should definitely do by the way, maybe you could find out if its 100% oem in colour or not. Fantastic article as usual, keep 'em coming!!

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I'm crying "FOUL."

Sincerely, 'Murica

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Hey Dino, this isn't wholly related to the article, but when are you going to feature Mr Aki Itoh's car? His car is the cleanest San San I've ever seen! Anyway, props for always putting out mad articles and photos! Keep at it man

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Not enough '32, still a good article though.
I'm pretty sure I was the last one to get a good deal on an R32 in the U.S. Earlier this year. Going to be one of the only people in the U.S. With the balls to a do full track build and seriously compete with it.
I do have a request, if you snapped any pics of R32's with RS8 Watanabes I'd really appreciate having them for computer wall papers and references. Not enough people put W's on newer skylines.

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....had the idea years ago to move to Japan and stockpile 32/33/34s and sit on them until the price skyrocketed. I never executed the plan. I could've retired. Shouldcouldawoulda blah blah blah. R34 starting with shell, every part gone through/modded = #1dream car.

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@Kaido would only look good on 32s imo

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That R32, first pic on the Nismo Touch, is absolutely hot

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That R32, first pic on the Nismo Touch, is absolutely hot

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How is the reliability of a lets say 600 hp RB engined GTR? Can you drive it on daily basis? Around 20k kms per year?
Or are these only good for weekend warriors?

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Omori Factory R32 is the best everytime

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abezzegh87 If you look after it, yes it's reliable. But why would you want to do that? Bit of a waste?

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@Kaido No sorry, didn't see any

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YT20 When it's finished. That's what he tells me.  Problems is, it will never be finished!

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DigoryM Thank you!

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PhatRainbows What would you like to see?

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HoChiu I'm pretty sure the whole project has been dropped

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LukeEVOVIII Thank you!

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Mike_Vossen Thanks Mike :)

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takahashitothetop there are none

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EliThanos LOL, come and find me!

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Haha, I can understand. I'll gladly wait for it and, in the meantime, nerd out on his goldmine of a website. Cheers Dino!

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I just wanted to say I really like your photos.

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The RB is pretty much a bulletproof engine but is not perfect cause nothing is, so there are a few hiccups...however I will say that Rb above or around the hp you ask at that point mayority of owner had already got rid of the minor weakness of the engine being the oil pump due to oil starvation at high loads and the ceramic turbos that they are not bad is simply that they where not design for high boost rather for quick response.
My BNR34 is on the 1 megawatt mark.
And I drive it all the time. Not daily but weekly with no problem. And I really push it.
I know a lot of guys with RB's pushing around 500hp on stock internals. With no problem.
However take in consideration that No engine in the planet is IDIOT PROOF.

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Come and find me! Lol!
Are we gonna play Where on Japan is Dino? lol!! I don't think you are so hard to find bro. You probably are the only guy in japan who knows how to properly made Gnocchi and Cannoli.
But seriously you have gave me the final push to really do to the Nissan holy pilgrimage.
I'll get in contact with you for sure in time. So do me a favor and please check your email inbox. Lol!!

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garrettej8 Well thank you :)

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EliThanos Megawatt?? Please share pix....must see!:)

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EliThanos Megawatt?? Please share pix....must see!:)

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Remember back in June I believe it was the 25th. You upload a story about a BNR34 build by Top Secret for a customer. I told you back then in the comment sections that my BNR34 also was or is running BorgWarner EFR Twin Turbos and that It was on the Megawatt territory if the numbers don't lie. Ring any bells now? Lol!!!
I told You, that you need it to come to Spain remember.?!
You wan pictures? You are the Photographer. So You come and Find me mate. Touche as they said. >:-)
Seriously get in touch privately maybe we can find a happy medium.

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Remember back in June I believe it was the 25th. You upload a story about a BNR34 build by Top Secret for a customer. I told you back then in the comment sections that my BNR34 also was or is running BorgWarner EFR Twin Turbos and that It was on the Megawatt territory if the numbers don't lie. Ring any bells now? Lol!!!
I told You, that you need it to come to Spain remember.?!
You wan pictures? You are the Photographer. So You come and Find me mate. Touche as they said. >:-)
Seriously get in touch privately maybe we can find a happy medium.

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Why not?
Its a relatively big car with a nice trunk space, it should be the perfect allrounder for a gearhead. Bit of an STI on steroids.
a true drivers car should be durable imho.. Thats why i asked if they are.

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Thank you for the reply!
So with eliminating the basic design flaws, it should be bulletproof with 3 digit horsepower.. Wow. They really overengineered these babies.
Personally i never cared much for the RB engines before, but Dino will proselytize us all!

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speedhunters_dino Regret to hear this....anyways thanks for the information dino :)

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speedhunters_dino Regret to hear this....anyways thanks for the information dino :)

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everything is awesome!

oh okay, so the GT-R LM was the most awesome heheheh.  and the stripes are a bit reddish, right?  and not quite pink?

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speedhunters_dino PhatRainbows I would just like to see the normal speedhunters page, just fromatted to fit the phones, and also post notifications so that we don't miss anything. Sorry for late response BTW.

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nugundam93 no, more pink

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insane

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insane

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A fantastic set of photographs!


The R1 engine pictured.....   have you any photographs of the car it nis fitted in - a R34 I assume.

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Dino, I have a few questions for you. 
1: Do you know enough Japanese to go through an entire day mostly using it? (I hope you do, you've been living in the country longer than I've been into cars)
2: Can you please tell me that you've recommended (or someone from the team has) to Ghost to put the BenSopra R35 kit in the new NFS game

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Dino, I have a few questions for you. 
1: Do you know enough Japanese to go through an entire day mostly using it? (I hope you do, you've been living in the country longer than I've been into cars)
2: Can you please tell me that you've recommended (or someone from the team has) to Ghost to put the BenSopra R35 kit in the new NFS game

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@jps It was an R32

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Great coverage Dino, wish I was there in person. If I could have one car it would be r34 nür spec or z tune, I could listen to the sound of rb26 all day music to my ears.

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midnight purple... :O!!!!!!!!

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abezzegh87 My RB25DET NEO convert R31 was my daily for a long time running 440 at the wheels on the stock block (RB26 Rods though) and I never had issues with reliability. Though realistically that is getting to the limit of the engine stock, but several guys running big power (700+) daily them round where I am and all is good.

Despite being a Nissan guy, they aren't as strong as the JZ's but they are pretty damn close.

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NO stagea 260RS's? oh well
Still at great post.

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