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Aug 12, 2022

What Happens When You Don't Launch a Nissan Skyline GT-R Correctly?

R32 vs R33 vs R34 vs R35

The R35 is easy, it has launch control.  The R32, R33, and R34 are a bit more complicated because they are private owner cars.  However this video does show what happens when you are super soft on the launch, or just roll out. You lose all the advantage of the all wheel drive system. You show that the RB is a high revving, low torque engine. It takes revs to get happy, and in this case, he gave it no revs to get them happy. Look below on how to get one off the line, and run 3 second 0-60 times. 

Here it is - the ultimate, must-watch Nissan GT-R generations review! 

We’ve got our hands on every generation of Nissan GT-R, and each is going to receive the full carwow review treatment to find out which is the GT-R king! 

Starting off with a look at their history and designs, through to the engines, interiors, launches and (most importantly) rev sounds, we’re going to find out which GT-R still holds up the best in 2022! 

But which comes in as your favourite? Is it the GT-R that started it all, the R32? Or perhaps the latest R35 is your #1? All we know is that you’ll need to stick with Mat to take a closer look and see for yourself!

00:00 Intro
00:30 Designs
03:53 Engines
06:08 Sound Test
06:35 Driving
12:33 Interiors
14:47 0-60mph
17:31 Brake Test
18:48 Verdict

@ 15:00 R32 did 0-60mph in 7.2 sec and 15.55 1/4 mile
@ 15:58 R33 did 0-60mph in 6.63 and 15.01 1/4 mile
@ 16:25 R34 did 0-60mph in 6.89 and 15.26 1/4 mile

If you want to properly launch a Nisan Skyline GT-R, 6500 rpm, let that clutch out fast enough to get just a touch of wheelspin. Your 0-60 times, even with pretty stock cars will be in the 4 to 5 second range. 

0-60 in 3.8 seconds  11.9@110 mph in the quarter

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