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#92830 - 24th Aug 2004 11:48pm Nissan Skylines
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OKay, I am looking at Nissan Skylines <img border="0" alt="[are u mad]" title="" src="graemlins/cwemotions050.gif" />





I am lead to believe these are the Daddy of all carz ?????

Personally i only have limited knowledge of them.

Whats the model codes ? Engine Sizes ? etc etc.

I am lead to believe the GR34 is the "Daddy" of the model range ???? <img border="0" alt="doh" title="" src="graemlins/cwemotions051.gif" />

Any information about them would be greatly appreciated <img border="0" alt="[cwcool]" title="" src="graemlins/cwemotions049.gif" />

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#92831 - 25th Aug 2004 12:21am Re: Nissan Skylines
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R33 GTR V-Spec

*PLEASE NOTE: Pictures are of a modded R33 GTR V-Spec, Specs are from a Standard R33 GTR V-Spec*





General Information

Layout Front-engine / AWD

Drag Coefficient [cd] 0.35

Curb Weight [lb (kg)] 3373 (1530) 3395 (1540)

Boot Space [cu ft. (L)] NA

Overall Length [in. (mm)] 184.1 (4675)

Overall Width [in. (mm)] 70.1 (1780)

Overall Height [in. (mm)] 53.5 (1360)

Wheelbase [in. (mm)] 107.1 (2720)

Track Front [in. (mm)] 58.3 (1480)

Track Rear [in. (mm)] 58.7 (1490)

Steering Rack & Pinion; Speed Sensitive Power Ass.

Turning Radius [ft. (m)] 18.3 (5.7)

Tires front 245/45 ZR17

Tires rear 245/45 ZR17

Engine

Type RB26DETT - Inline-6; Twin-Turbo Charged

Valvetrain - dohc 4-valve/cyl

Displacement [cc] - 2568

Bore & Stroke [mm] - 86.0 x 73.7

Compression Ratio - 8.5:1

Redline [rpm] - 8000

Max. Power [Bhp at rpm] - 280 at 6800 (official) 302 at 6800 (real)

Max. Torque [lb-ft (Nm) at rpm] - 271 (375) at 4400

Bhp / Liter - 109 / 117.6

Gear Ratios

1st 3.214
2nd 1.925
3rd 1.302
4th 1.000
5th 0.752

Final drive 4.111


Suspension

Front - Multi Link

Rear - Multi Link


Braking

Front - Brakes 324mm ventilated discs with 4-piston calipers

Rear - Brakes 300mm ventilated discs with 2-piston calipers

70 - 0 mph [ft (m)] 159 (48.5)

60 - 0 mph [ft (m)] NA


Performance

0 - 60 mph [secs] 4.9

0 - 100 mph [secs] 12.9

1/4 mile [secs at mph] 14.0 at 104

Top Speed [mph] NA

Lateral acceleration [g] 0.94


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#92832 - 25th Aug 2004 12:40am Re: Nissan Skylines
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ive had a r32 gtr off! do's that make my rover the daddy!lol!!!
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#92833 - 25th Aug 2004 12:49am Re: Nissan Skylines
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Thats great Meesh, whats the differance between the GR33 & GR34 ???????

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#92834 - 25th Aug 2004 12:59am Re: Nissan Skylines
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The R34 aint a huge progression over the R33

it offers similar performance, feel and practicality. Altho it does have a couple of differences

The biggest difference of the R34 is the styling, both inside and out.

Slightly different Body looks and "sportier" interior

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#92835 - 25th Aug 2004 1:02am Re: Nissan Skylines
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Only real way you could notice the differences properly is if ya test drove both models and gave them both a good checkover, just ask the dealer if you could compare the 2 to see which you prefer? <img border="0" alt="[does this help]" title="" src="graemlins/cwemotions041.gif" />

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#92836 - 25th Aug 2004 9:52am Re: Nissan Skylines
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Would you then change ur name to sky - or scoobyline etc! ha ha!! One thing you have to be carefull of is that if you need these bad boys sorting out there is only 2 places that have the equipment being one in warrington that isnt very good and the main place in southampton. The are good cars but you will get a lot of problems as they get older and the only real way to get a spot on one is a brand new import!! My neighbour has one and he was telling me the other day about their complicated ECU's etc. Just to let you know.

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#92837 - 25th Aug 2004 10:19am Re: Nissan Skylines
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Plus you could get a Honda NSX for below £20,000 with low mileage!!

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#92838 - 25th Aug 2004 10:28am Re: Nissan Skylines
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SKYLINES ARE AWESOME, DO IT!!

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#92839 - 25th Aug 2004 11:18am Re: Nissan Skylines
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eek them blue ones are gorgeous! eek

definetly get whatever model the blue one is as the previous ones are looking a bit dated nowadays

<img border="0" alt="[cwcool]" title="" src="graemlins/cwemotions049.gif" />

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#92840 - 25th Aug 2004 11:26am Re: Nissan Skylines
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r34 gtr gotta be
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#92841 - 25th Aug 2004 11:36am Re: Nissan Skylines
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#92842 - 25th Aug 2004 11:36am Re: Nissan Skylines
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They make me do a sex wee!

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#92843 - 25th Aug 2004 2:18pm Re: Nissan Skylines
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Registered: 18th Mar 2004
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i love skylines! they r one of the nicest cars i av eva seen! how many cars do ya want scooby?? do ya just want another car or r ya gettin rid of one you've already got??
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#92844 - 25th Aug 2004 2:47pm Re: Nissan Skylines
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THey are the daddies, if your gonna get one get the r34.
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