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thebluecheeseman

Is it worth to buy a r35 gtr?

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niZmO_Man    1,270
2 hours ago, ActionDan said:

Oh and from what it looks like, your 34 is fairly stock. A stock 35 will feel like an exotic supercar in comparison.

Lots of people will tell you that a GT-R really needs a bit of extra grunt from stock to feel half decent - The 35 has that from factory, a 34 will need a few basic bits to wake it up. 
 

The RB26 really needs at least N1 turbos and appropriate tune. It's a huge difference IMO.

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ActionDan    594

I would almost be inclined to say 330-350rwkw minimum, ideally 400, but I think we just keep getting used to whatever power we have.

These are heavy cars with poor off boost torque. 

Either way, stock is not much fun. 

 

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thebluecheeseman    5
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  • I think I'll go test drive one .

    But I am thinking of getting another 34 engine gearbox and pumping in about 600hp atw pull the factory engine drop in the worked one.

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    ActionDan    594

    600 sounds like an arbitrary number you pulled out of nowhere?

    Go for some rides in cars of various power and get a feel.

    600rwhp might be too much or not even close to enough.

    I get where you're coming from, but you can't really make a call until you experience some of this stuff first hand.

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    ActionDan    594

    Good, then you just need to go drive a 35 now and you'll have a good basis for comparison :)

    Good luck and have fun!

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    ActionDan    594

    Remember 32 is lighter and more nimble, you'll want a bit more in 34 ;)

     

     

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    Gymkhana    25

    Should just wait.. 35 prices are dropping crazy, there's quite a few cheaper than 34's on Carsales alone.

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