Nissan GT-R R34

Nissan GT-R R34 Upgrades, Parts, Stats, Performance, Blueprints & Info

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Japan 2002Drivetrain FA AWD FA / AWDBeta
Without any doubt, the Nissan GT-R R34 is one of the most iconic Japanese motor cars.

Nissan GT-R R34 Performance

Horsepower (HP)276 HP
MAX: 457 HP
Weight (KG)1.560 kg
MAX: 1.380 kg
MAX: 1,56
0-100 Acceleration (seconds)6,2s
MAX: 4,0s
100 – 0 Braking (meters)36m
MAX: 31m
Nissan GT-R R34 Wheel
Nissan GT-R R34 Performance
Nissan GT-R R34 Performance
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Engine CodeRB26DETT
Displacement2,6l – V6
Torque384 nm
Nissan GT-R R34 Engine Curve
Nissan GT-R R34 Engine
Nissan GT-R R34 Transmission Curve
Nissan GT-R R34 Transmission

Nissan GT-R R34 Upgrades

Nissan GT-R R34 General Parts & ECU

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Nissan GT-R R34 Info

Without any doubt, the Nissan GT-R R34 is one of the most iconic Japanese motor cars, the magnum opus of JDM, the mighty Godzilla of motoring history. For over 2 decades, the GT-R R34 has been and still is a frequenter of video games and Hollywood blockbusters — a dream car for two generations of boy racers. This vehicle began production in January 1999 and ended in 2002, the GT-R R34 was based on the 10th generation of Nissan Skyline, the long running luxury car series traces back to 1957, produced by Prince Motor Company.

Nissan merged Prince in 1967 and the formula of the inline 6 engine in the front along with rear wheel drive was developed. The R34 GT-R was also the 5th generation of GT-R legacy, tracing back to roots of 1969. The First GT-R was based on the third generation of Skyline, with the nickname Hakosuka, the boxy skyline, the car equipped with powerful race-spec engine and was stripped off unnecessary weight as much as possible.

The result was a winning monster on track, and the GT-R series has kept this reputation and honored the name of track monsters as time marches on. Moving forward to 1988, the 3rd generation GT-R, the R32, was launched. Based on the 8th generation of Skyline, this car started to equip the legendary machine, the twin turbo charged RB26DETT. The engine was developed in racing trim and the power output was easily over 500 bhp, as Nissan’s engineers restricted turbo boost, remapped the ECU and muzzled the exhaust, down-tuned the car to around 320 bhp and advertised as 280 bhp to meet the “gentlemen’s agreement” of Japanese car makers at the time. This car smashed the production car record of Nordschleife and was an absolute dominator on racing tracks, winning 29 races from 29 starts in Japanese Touring Car Championship and took the 4 year series title streak from 1989 to 1993.

This car earned the nickname “the Godzilla” for being ferocious on Australian Touring Car Championship. The legendary lived on to the GT-R R33, an improved version of RB26DETT was fitted, along with four wheel drive system and four wheel steering system. It was the first production car to break 8 minutes on the Nordschleife and continue to dominate in touring car championships.

Then a new GT-R R34 inherited the all the great features from its predecessors, as well as the much loved RB26DETT. The valve cover of the engine was painted in cherry red and the and the parallel mounted turbos received some major upgrades. The cast iron engine block was still indestructible and could take the punishment of high turbo boost with ease. The ATTESA E-TS Pro four wheel drive system was upgraded, delivering power from an all wheel drive transfer case and differentials in both front and rear. Data was collected and analyzed into the computer, and the computer aids the intervention of the multi plate clutch pack inside the transfer case.

The system was efficient, the traction was phenomenal, and the AWD system became another legend among fans. This car was the swan song for the RB26DETT, and indeed the FM platform of Nissan. In February 2002, Nissan launched the final models of the GT-R R34, the V.spec II Nth and the M.spec Niir, a tribute to the Nüburgring racetrack, where the car was originally developed and where a legend was made. It was after the transition of R34 production into a new generation, the GT-R became a separated model from the Skyline series and a new episode and generation of glories in motoring history.


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