Nissan GT-R

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posted on Jul, 1 2007 @ 07:55 PM
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bonjour. For a long time now I've been focused on getting a 350z. My cousin just got one and I went for a ride in it. I like..immediately fell in love. And I'm going in the navy and I'm going to be making a lot of money. So my cousin was like well this is good, but in a couple years they're coming out with the new skyline and its available in the US. He said it would wipe the floor with his 350 so I was wondering what info my fellow atsers have about this car.




posted on Jul, 2 2007 @ 08:43 AM
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You going in the Navy and going to make a lot of money?
I didn't think that was possible.

anyway,


I too like the 350Z, talked to the wife about it last summer and 2 more years on my current vehicle and I'll probably get one.

good luck.



posted on Jul, 2 2007 @ 11:01 PM
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It happens, i have big dreams. Anywayyy...my cousin has a 350z, and it is amazing. 120 like nothing. Then I started looking into the GT-R. I think that I'll opt for the GT-R. If what theyre saying is right, this things going to tool on the z.



posted on Aug, 22 2007 @ 04:38 PM
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Isnt this basically the new version of the Nissan Skyline?

From what I have heard and seen on websites, this car is going to be a total moster, and I think it is going to wipe the floor with the Z. Looks of a G, and power of a skyline?

Sign me up!



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 11:59 PM
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wooooooo hoooooooo

I bought one yesterday (350z) and it is the best car I have ever had in my life. OMG... so fast. Really hard to do the speed limit! Do they make Nissan GTR convertibles?

Convertible too... hehehheheheheh



hahah and another one drove up behind me (hard top) and we were smiling... like 'hey, now this is a car!!'
instant friends!!!!!!



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posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 08:30 PM
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The Nissan GT-R's come in numerous flavors.

Yes, they will all tool on a stock 350z. The New GT-R's beat Ferrari Enzo's around the Nurburgring, among numerous other six figure super cars which they also beat.

They all use the VR38DETT (D- Dual Overhead Cam, E- Electronically Fuel Injected, TT- Twin Turbo) V6 engine and those engines are only used in GT-R's.

Depending on which year you get, you could have 480hp up to 545hp stock. You're going to be looking at a pretty penny to buy one new. The newer models sell new at about $100,000.

Used GT-R's typically go from $55,000-75,000.

For the price though, it's a great deal, considering the previous mention of how the newer GT-R's beat Ferrari Enzo's and other super cars around Nurburgring.

Cheers.



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posted on Oct, 25 2012 @ 06:28 PM
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I have a turbo charged Z puts down about 456 hp and 427 tq. It is an awesome vehicle on all fronts. I have also put nearly 40k in parts in it (that's with me doing all the work, no labor$) I am friends with the owner of the local Nissan dealer and he has an GT-R. I went to High Plains Raceway (road racing) and Bandimere (1/4 mile drag strip) with him. It's a bad @zz car right out of the box. If you like building, do a Z. You could easily hit 500hp and have all the supporting parts to also make it handle like a dream. You could probably do it for $35k with the car purchase. If you have 70K you could probably pick up a used GT-R. You might be able to talk me outta mine for 20K!



posted on Jun, 2 2013 @ 04:43 AM
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posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 02:24 AM
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Nice car, just do it.





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