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R34 GTR 73 49.66%
R35 GTR 74 50.34%
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Old 10th January 2018, 11:16 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Hi Graham

Sorry to hear that news!

35 is the safe, better track day option, but if you want something a little more rare & something that gets your bum twitching a bit on track, 34 and get a safe runaround!?

And of course if you're looking for a nice 34... mine is in the for sale section.
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Old 11th January 2018, 02:13 PM   #42 (permalink)
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R34 is better looking but for price and performance has to be R35
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R34 is better looking but for price and performance has to be R35
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Old 19th February 2018, 02:31 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Old 21st February 2018, 07:21 PM   #45 (permalink)
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Old 21st February 2018, 07:25 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Just a question here but is the 35 REALLY that Good? As in does it really handle as well as people say and drive for you almost?
Way ppl talk is almost like it's no effort to go fast.. but to my mind does that not just mean you can go even crazier and be on the ragged edge more?

I only ask as I've done 33 and 32.. the others never been in so just wondering.

I like to drive my 32 and push it but in corners I'm a wuss if I'm honest but that's mostly because I just don't wanna spin out or spin it! I can't even boot it hard in the wet because fear.. and I've watched monky London go crackers in miserable weather.. so I know they can do it I just lack balls ha!

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When I made a decision to purchase a Nissan Skyline GTR for sale from Japan, I also had this question because these 2 models are not more different about their look and change. Finally, I still pick R35.

Actually, R35 is a wonderful supercar with blistering acceleration, brutally quick shifts. It holds the power and torque advantage over R34 obviously. This car will bring you the most amazing, interesting feeling when driving at a very high speed.
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35 over 34 no contest but I love my 32 for hooning
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When I made a decision to purchase a Nissan Skyline GTR R35 from Japan, I also had this question because these 2 models are not more different about their look and change. Finally, I still pick R35.

Actually, R35 is a wonderful supercar with blistering acceleration, brutally quick shifts. It holds the power and torque advantage over R34 obviously. This car will bring you the most amazing, interesting feeling when driving at a very high speed.
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R34 for sound, look

R35 for chassis, interior, gearbox
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Old 17th November 2018, 12:07 PM   #51 (permalink)
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[QUOTE=anthonymcgrath;5621577]Just a question here but is the 35 REALLY that Good? - YES

As in does it really handle as well as people say and drive for you almost? - YES AND NO....

it handles fantastic stock... even better with geo set up, camber and lowered slightly etc. WAY better than any of the previous generations...

does it drive for you - ERR.. absolutely NOT.!
maybe in N.C.N, mode. so all the safety nets are on and in its most relaxed mode.. it can "look after you" better

BUT,

if you ever get the chance to drive one in R.R.O - then you will know, no way it drives for you. in fact it can be a right handful. a proper analogue drivers car...

YouTube Chris Harris and the like driving one... he explains it better than me.
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Just a question here but is the 35 REALLY that Good? - YES

As in does it really handle as well as people say and drive for you almost? - YES AND NO....

it handles fantastic stock... even better with geo set up, camber and lowered slightly etc. WAY better than any of the previous generations...

does it drive for you - ERR.. absolutely NOT.!
maybe in N.C.N, mode. so all the safety nets are on and in its most relaxed mode.. it can "look after you" better

BUT,

if you ever get the chance to drive one in R.R.O - then you will know, no way it drives for you. in fact it can be a right handful. a proper analogue drivers car...

YouTube Chris Harris and the like driving one... he explains it better than me.
Nice one they sound epic I don't think I'll ever be so lucky and tbh the day is coming fast that the 32 might need to go (money woes hit us all at some point) but yeah it does look like a handling monster overall. I imagine In stock they're really nicely balanced.. 600bhp tune has to be lairy in one and anything after that outright scary.

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You would be surprised how civilised a "big power" car is...
I have had the pleasure of being in the Litchfield demo car, the 850Hp one, for a lap of the Nurburgring..
it was surprising just how well it put the power down. very sooth and linear...

and it was so bonkers fast, that it simply embarrassed other cars - and I do mean virtually every car there, including the latest Lambos, Porsche T`s and Gt`s etc etc…

prices are keep falling, especially for the earlier cars (09), so you never know...
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Old 6th December 2018, 08:09 PM   #54 (permalink)
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Having owned both

R35 is a better car in many ways, feels a lot more modern, it's much quicker in standard or basic tuning form, has better interior features

However R34 feels like it has nostalgia and a bit more involving

If I was going to pick one to drive more though it would be the 35, the one as a toy on a summers day would be the 34
I'd echo the comments above.

I've owned both but not driven an R34 since 2006. I'd pick the R35 although it pains me to say so as I loved the old car. Today I fear I'd think the R34 was very slow, uncomfortable, noisy etc.. despite its huge charms.
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