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Jimlad

Skyline R34 Gtt And Gtr... What's The Difference?

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GTR's cost £30 to 40K.

I've seen the GTT's go for £10K or less. So... what's the difference?? Anyone?

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gtt is 2.5 single turbo and gtr is 2.6 tt, also i think there might be a rwd/4wd diff and of course all the little toys that come with gtr. think that's the main ones but if i'm wrong some one will surely correct me.

Mo.

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MMMM id love to have a skyline someone buy me one lol

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Your quite right Mo...

R34 GTR is an inline 6 TT

Power

327bhp at 6800rpm

Performance*

0 - 60 mph [secs] 4.9

0 - 100 mph [secs] 12.3

1/4 mile [secs at mph] 13.7 at 103.5

The R34 GTS-T has a 2.5L engine and is circa 250bhp and hits 60 in circa 6.0sec and does the 1/4mile around 14.2. Ohh and its RWD.

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The R34 GTT could be a better buy then? Buy one, then tune it quite a bit. Could easily make it stupid without even spending the difference between the GTR and the GTT.

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He is polluting the Toyota forum again!

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You bog off... lmao

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Saw a stunning R34 V Spec today they are still the daddy!

Cheers

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Aye.. that's why they cost shed loads!

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A GTR is better than a GTT hands down any day of the week no matter how much money you throw at a GTT. :yes:

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