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  1. Duncan you seem like the man to talk to, can you break down gtr prep cost if it isn't too much trouble? Curious what 50,000 gets you.
  2. For Targa you can't do Aero, you can't do any bracing, you need stock or similar turbo (when going from twin to single), you can do suspension mods and coil overs, ecu.
  3. I can get a track gtr relatively cheap but the Evo is cheaper and ready to go. Duncan, I fear what you say is true as when I owned the Evo it was fast but almost to easy. I'm also thinking of a gtst R32. That would be similar to the Evo in price once I prepared it. Im buying not leasing. My plan is to build and do local events. Targa in 18 months or so (2022). Ive never done tarmac rally before, I'd hope to do it more than once but at least once! I think the gtr may be worth keeping but race prep could ruin future value? Gtst cheap (comparitively), easy to work on, fun? I fear the Evo broken may be a complicated beast to work on but I never had any issues to find out when I owned one.. plus it was much newer back then.
  4. I think I put this in the wrong place, haven't been here in 15 years.. Hello all, I am keen to tick. A bucket list item and do Targa Tasmania. I am looking at a r32 gtr or an evo 9. Both track cars. I cannot see either before purchase due to COVID. I am interested in people’s opinions. My head says evo and my heart says GT-R. I have owned an evo and a gts4 before but neither track prepared or sorted in any way. I keep reading that the r32 can’t compare to more modern cars but most seem to be talking stock for stock. Does the GT-R still handle with sorted suspension? Or is the Evo more engaging? Any opinions?
  5. Hello all, I am keen to tick. A bucket list item and do Targa Tasmania. I am looking at a r32 gtr or an evo 9. Both track cars. I cannot see either before purchase due to COVID. I am interested in people’s opinions. My head says evo and my heart says GT-R. I have owned an evo and a gts4 before but neither track prepared or sorted in any way. I keep reading that the r32 can’t compare to more modern cars but most seem to be talking stock for stock. Does the GT-R still handle with sorted suspension? Or is the Evo more engaging? Any opinions?
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