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Old 3rd May 2010, 00:48   #31
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Did I also see a Supra at the track??. What a pair. Damn. Do you have any videos of the car running at the track??
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Super!! Glad to see some pics + details from the owner himself!!

Shes a real beauty.

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wow...Beautiful ride there! How is it that no one spotted this in Chenna before?!?
Its been spotten and posted about a few times before, as early as 2007 -- but seems to have remained fairly elusive overall

Older threads w/ pics of this car :

Nissan Skylines in India (nissan skylines in india)

Pics & Report : March 24-25th Track Day - Chennai (Pics & Report: March 24-25th Track Day - Chennai)


@Skymac : more pics, videos, audio, driving experience, please !
PS - Howcome it took you so long to post up?

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Old 3rd May 2010, 01:58   #33
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Amazing pics there buddy. Your car among the most beautiful I've ever seen. Yes, the elusive existence surprises me too. Do you take it out often ? Or is it just a Track tool ?

- Skymac in his first post : "Original Engine kept as spare since it developed nearly 680 BHP.(T51 KAi)"

- Me : So how much does the car produce with the Nismo block ? Please give me the lunatic numbers !

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no words! but Jaw Drop! how is it that the production date of this car is been mentioned as 2009??
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no words! but Jaw Drop! how is it that the production date of this car is been mentioned as 2009??
2009 is the production year of the new engine.
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How come its doing a reverse lap on the track ? :-/

its one of my favorite cars
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Cam/Crank belt drive external pulley's and belt cover is transparent! What material is it as even teflon or carbon fiber cannot be that strong in transparent form! Come to think of it teflon/carbon fiber cannot be made in see through pattern? That is definately not glass as that would shatter so what is it? Just plain plexi moulded with proper gaps and clearances as they way it has faded to brown seems to suggest nifty idea if so but may not last very long

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Cam/Crank belt drive external pulley's and belt cover is transparent! What material is it as even teflon or carbon fiber cannot be that strong in transparent form! Come to think of it teflon/carbon fiber cannot be made in see through pattern? That is definately not glass as that would shatter so what is it? Just plain plexi moulded with proper gaps and clearances as they way it has faded to brown seems to suggest nifty idea if so but may not last very long

Its a transparent cover from Greddy Trust.
Its purely for looks as the old engine had adjustable Tomei cam timing for HKS high lift cams.


Some other Facts about this GTR:

power output varies according to fuel used. The higher the octane the better the boost.
93 octane hello BMW, 97 RON hello Porsche, Aviation fuel hello Hell.

TIEN Super Street adjustable Dampers.
16 way TIEN EDFC controller. (can control hardness or softness from dashboard)
Custom ABS Line lock for Burning rear tires.
Custom ECU to do full boost launch control and with WOT (Wide Open Throttle) shifts.
Drive customizable for Rear wheel Drive, FR drive or 4WD on the fly.
Electronically limited to 8600RPM & 320 Kmph, no i haven't tried.

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Default 4wd Attesa-ets Pro

This is how a GTR 4 WD behaves:

ATTESA-ETS (Advanced Total Traction Engineering System for All-Terrain with Electronic Torque Split)

with the introduction of the R33 Skyline GT-R, Nissan introduced a new version of their ATTESA system. It was named ATTESA-ETS Pro, as an upgrade from the earlier ATTESA ETS. It was standard equipment in the R33 Skyline GT-R Vspec model, however it was offered as an option on the standard R33 Skyline GT-R, and called the "Active LSD option".



ATTESA-E-TS Pro differs from the standard ATTESA-E-TS in a few ways. Where ATTESA-E-TS controls the front to rear torque-split, the Pro is also capable of left-and-right torque split to the rear wheels. This is done via an active rear limited-slip differential. Additionally, the ATTESA-E-TS Pro was marketed as controlling the four-wheel independent ABS braking system. This is not part of the AWD system, but the ECU makes use of the same sensors to determine wheel slip and traction.


On ATTESA-E-TS Pro equipped vehicles, the front differential remains a standard limited slip differential, not being linked to the ATTESA-E-TS Pro system.
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^^Man o man what a lovely warning? Just plain good. And yes you got one hell of a car man.
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Old 3rd May 2010, 22:49   #41
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That's pretty awesome. Nissan is the only Japanese maker that even remotely interested me. Give her a good thrashing for all of us mortals here.

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Great car! Stuff of dreams for any street racer. I see you have lost the skirting on the front bumper.Indian roads to blame?

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93 octane hello BMW, 97 RON hello Porsche, Aviation fuel hello Hell.
I like that!

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Drive customizable for Rear wheel Drive, FR drive or 4WD on the fly.
That's a pretty nifty trick! When in FWD mode,does the limited slip diff up front help countering all that torque steer,with massive amounts of power driving just the front wheels?

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Electronically limited to 8600RPM & 320 Kmph, no i haven't tried.
320kmph is insane! Don't even try,unless its a deserted airstrip! But you must have redlined it,with the revs bouncing off the rev limiter,just for the sheer carnal pleasure of it!
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man,this is what i call a mean machine. Always wanted one in my garage.Great awseome car with great potential. NISMO ROCKZZZ!!
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Wow this is turning out to be one of the meanest cars in the forum. Totally rocks.Love the looks and the minimalistic mods on the outside. Looks fabulous .
Just one question though ! Is the V spec engine producing more power than the stock engine which u have mentioned to produce 680 bhp ?
The Modifications were done at Elektra right ?
Remember seeing the car there once.
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Wow this is turning out to be one of the meanest cars in the forum. Totally rocks.Love the looks and the minimalistic mods on the outside. Looks fabulous .
Just one question though ! Is the V spec engine producing more power than the stock engine which u have mentioned to produce 680 bhp ?
The Modifications were done at Elektra right ?
Remember seeing the car there once.
Well v-spec is limited edition. Wiki it.
It's all abt the diff.
This engine (n1) can be tuned upto 1200bhp.
But I am not that crazy. My old engine could generate 680.
And This one is more usable power . As I said Earlier I am not giving any specific numbers.
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