Super Street Magazine covered the El Toro R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R this month. With only 6 cars in Austria, it is definitely not Australia. There are quiet a few more GT-R's in Australia than Austria.
It's true that only six Nissan Skyline call the country of Austria home—only two of which are R32—but no other Western European tuning house knows the iconic platform better than them. "The whole weekend we spent together sharing thoughts on the car," Keresztesi says of that first meeting. "I realized these were the guys to bring my R32 to."
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With a 3.2 liter RB30, this car makes a ton of horsepower- over 1250 horsepower, which should make it scoot. Anything over 1000 horsepower, no matter how they make it sound in the article, is a very big deal. You have to make sure everything works correctly, or you end up with a very expensive pile of parts. All it takes is one failure in the chain, and you have a bad day. Such are mechanical devices.
Even more cubic inches were wrung out of the 3.0L engine with the help of a Nitto 3.2L stroker assembly. Boost is made possible with a single, albeit large, Garrett GTX42 turbo that helps generate more than 1,050 lb-ft of torque without nitrous oxide. None of that means that Keresztesi has any reservations against chemical horsepower, though; a 150hp-shot of nitrous remains on tap in the event 1,400hp is ever needed.
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Check out the full article and pictures over at Super Street.