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Old 4th August 2014, 07:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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N Attack pack spec finally released!

NISMO | News Release

Could this explain the delay in the first cars ordered!
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Old 4th August 2014, 07:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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£47,000 plus fitting and needs to be done at Omori factory in Japan ?
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£47,000 plus fitting and needs to be done at Omori factory in Japan ?
This is for the Jap cars only!

If you look down the bottom there is a little disclaimer for us Gaijin!
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Old 4th August 2014, 09:26 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Interested to know about the LSD changes....
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Could this explain the delay in the first cars ordered!
So are you ordering the "A" package then?
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So are you ordering the "A" package then?
Nope!

Doubt if I will order the B unless its a damn site cheaper!
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Interesting press release that doesn't appear to have been communicated to the United Kingdom buyers.

Where does it mention all the work being carried out and evaluated at the Williams High Performance centre in Didcot?

The packages (A & B) do appear to be somewhat expensive

I will not be acquiring one of these myself now.
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Just put of interest what kind of LSD does the R35 have as std from the factory? Is it like the hydraulically controlled as per the 33/34 v spec? The option replaces them with mechanical LSD.
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Just put of interest what kind of LSD does the R35 have as std from the factory? Is it like the hydraulically controlled as per the 33/34 v spec? The option replaces them with mechanical LSD.
Whats the difference between the standard one and this Nismo one?
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From what I can see from the spec it is a carbon multi plate LSD which is mechanical I am not sure what kind of diffs are in the std R35.
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From what I can see from the spec it is a carbon multi plate LSD which is mechanical I am not sure what kind of diffs are in the std R35.
At the risk of being flamed I don't think it has a locking diff in the front a standard...
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Not trying to go off topic, but what diff upgrades would be recommended for the GTR?
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So what would be the all in cost of a new Nismo GTR, N Attack pack and installation?
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So what would be the all in cost of a new Nismo GTR, N Attack pack and installation?
Too much
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So what would be the all in cost of a new Nismo GTR, N Attack pack and installation?
At todays exchange rate!

A pack £172,500.00
B pack £149,334.00

Plus road tax.



Not cost effective against a full spec Porsche GT3 @ £115,000.00

And no carbon Ceramics which are on the GT3!
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At todays exchange rate!

A pack £172,500.00
B pack £149,334.00

Not cost effective against a full spec Porsche GT3 @ £115,000.00
Sorry, I cannot find the smiley for Rolling on the floor Laughing my ass off!!!!!! £172+k
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In addition, Nismo will retain a portion of the parts that become unnecessary due to installation of these products!

So you don't even get to keep the old Nismo bits!

If they can get the cost of the B pack down it might be tempting!
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At the risk of being flamed I don't think it has a locking diff in the front a standard...
It's open at the front.
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