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StevenCJR31

R34 Gtt To R34 Gtr

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Hi, my apologies if this has been asked before . . .can a GTR front bumper and bonnet be fitted to a GTT without much hassle?can the GTT reo be used? the catch needs to be changed?

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Hi, my apologies if this has been asked before . . .can a GTR front bumper and bonnet be fitted to a GTT without much hassle?can the GTT reo be used? the catch needs to be changed?

I presume this is for a R34, yes you can put the GT-R bumper and bonnet on a GT-T but you will also need the GT-R front guards as they are wider than the the standard GT-T one's which means you will pretty much need the rear quarter panel guards as well since it will look weird with pumped guards up front and the skinny GT-T rear, and yes the bonnet latch needs to be changed and the hinge's too if I recall.

There's old post's that go into more detail floating round on here if you have a search.

Edited by ecliptor

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can a GTR front bumper and bonnet be fitted to a GTT

This bit yes.

without much hassle

This bit no.

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I presume this is for a R34, yes you can put the GT-R bumper and bonnet on a GT-T but you will also need the GT-R front guards as they are wider than the the standard GT-T one's which means you will pretty much need the rear quarter panel guards as well since it will look weird with pumped guards up front and the skinny GT-T rear, and yes the bonnet latch needs to be changed and the hinge's too if I recall.

There's old post's that go into more detail floating round on here if you have a search.

yeah definatley for a r34 as in the title of my post . . sounds like i wont be doing this as it looks to be a LOT of work and would explain why i havnt seen one on the road, thanks for the replies guys :thumbsup:

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I recently just put a bonnet and bumper on my GTT.

The front bumper can fit with the standard GTT guards with a bit of overhang in the guards (about 5mm or so). I suppose you could cut that bit off but I'm not too fussed about the over hang hence why I didn't get the GTR fenders and like ecliptor said it would've look funny with wide front and narrow rear

PM me if you have any questions

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use the search function, been covered at least twice in the last 6 months.

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I recently just put a bonnet and bumper on my GTT.

The front bumper can fit with the standard GTT guards with a bit of overhang in the guards (about 5mm or so). I suppose you could cut that bit off but I'm not too fussed about the over hang hence why I didn't get the GTR fenders and like ecliptor said it would've look funny with wide front and narrow rear

PM me if you have any questions

quick Q r u able to use the standard reo from the GTT and where did u get ur hinges from and how much as i am in process of doing change over now

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Hey mate, yeah the gtr bumper fit straight over my standard reo, and I ordered my hinges brand new through Nissan, costed about 90 each and took about 3 weeks to get here

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Because it isn't a proper wide guard conversion ^

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and it's expensive. VERY expensive

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That too, but I'm sure it has to be cheaper than a full GTR conversion lol. Just the front of mine + flared rear guards + respray is burning a hole in my wallet

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hmmm, maybe I should dust off my white N1 bar > cough* looks pretty standard to me - lol

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