Nissan Skyline R32 & R33 GT-R

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Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R

Nissan Skyline GTR R32 was initially put into production on 22 May 1989 to 5000 required to comply with the cars to allow the approval of racing. But with the critical by the motor press acclaim and high demand by the public for the car,Guest Posting Nissan decided to allow a campaign of unlimited production which went on sale in August 1989. With a new engine 2.6 l twin - turbo system-wide traction, designed by Nismo, which led to the production as the Nissan Skyline R32 GTR.

The total production of the R32 Skyline GTR running was 43.394 units. White is the national color of Japan Racing in international motorsport, which explains the number above the average of the white GTR.

The list of accomplishments of the R32 GTR achieved race track is quite impressive. Includes five consecutive World Championships victories in all the Japanese Championship cars and more than 200 victories, most record unofficial lap of a production car in the world famous Nürburgring. Almost all parts of the Skyline GTR has been developed and refined on the track racing.

Nissan Skyline GTR R32 is basically a race for the road car. The R32 is not as proof of idiots as the new GTR horizon that is both good and bad. In the right hand of the R32, it is very fast, but requires skill more than R34, aiming and firing and R35. It is not so forgiving, but much more rewarding and, potentially, much faster.

The R32 GTR as a road car reached new levels of sophistication. With the evolution, such as the front and rear Multilink suspension, which also had a unit of intelligent electronic control to all four wheels and four wheel steering "HICAS". A 2.6 litre 24-valve straight six-cylinder engine with 280PS driven by a pair of ceramic turbochargers - the R32 really moves the Top bar in the Japanese market the performance of the car.

Nissan Skyline R33 GT-R

Nissan Skyline R33 GTR was launched in January 1995 as the successor to the legendary R32 model. The new R33 uses the same engine 2.6 liter double turbo as the R32 and shared the same five-speed manual box, although the Syncros were made stronger for the R33. Oil pumps weak transmission in the R32 engine collar that it was likely that in higher power applications do not set with a wider neck. Intake into the R33 engine camshaft has improved also the socket pair slightly higher.

Although Japanese law stopped the new R33 exceeding 280PS of his ancestor Nissan improved almost everything that made the R32 GTR in a legend.

GTR car race horizon gave the nickname "Godzilla" in Australia, his superiority over the V8 Ford and Holden was so overwhelming. It was inevitable that the governing bodies of the sport of motor would soon find the way to legislate the formidable competition GTR. Skyline GTR continued to dominate track races around the world, affirming trophies wherever that was.

R33 Skyline GTR created a large market for parts of the operation of unofficial aftermarket, and an officer of Nissan NISMO own "Nissan Motorsport" division. Although the GTR only left with 280PS, engineers from Nissan designed the engine to deal with a power much more.

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