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1998 Nissan Skyline 25 GT-T [R34]

1998 Nissan Skyline [R34] in Inisharu D, Animation Series, 1998-2014 IMDB Ep. BS 2

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: JP

1998 Nissan Skyline 25 GT-T [R34]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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yo01 TH

2007-07-01 00:39

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This Is An R34 GT-R (1St Comment!!!)

antp BE

2007-07-01 00:43

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It reminds me more the R33

Blingy US

2007-07-11 03:44

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No. This is defantly the R34. Defantly not the R33. I mean, he even says, "Save your 34 for the uphill." And, The R33 more or less, have a Coke-Bottle design. This doesn't. I just saw that episode.

BeanBandit FI

2007-08-09 14:19

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Actually, it is 25GT-T, there's golden GT-R V-Spec II Nür on the later episode, though.

-- Last edit: 2007-08-09 14:20:11

SUKOTTO-CHAN US

2009-09-20 04:21

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R33

Longtail

2011-09-26 12:16

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This is an R34.In fact Keisuke even mentions that it was not a GT-R but a GT-T Turbo.

mike962 DE

2013-01-15 14:16

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year is listed 1998

mike962 DE

2013-03-07 18:33

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from BS 2
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-- Last edit: 2013-03-08 14:42:51 (antp)

Hansen Sebastian ID

2015-05-02 07:59

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yo01 wrote This Is An R34 GT-R (1St Comment!!!)


Nope. It's a 25GT-Turbo no matter how you look at it. A GT-R doesn't have that Silvia-styled grille, nor does it use the standard Skyline RWD.

-- Last edit: 2015-09-12 07:01:43

Hansen Sebastian ID

2015-08-15 18:54

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BeanBandit wrote Actually, it is 25GT-T, there's golden GT-R V-Spec II Nür on the later episode, though.


Golden? It's actually jade green.

Hansen Sebastian ID

2015-09-12 07:03

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Custom front splitter spoiler, Panasport G7/C5C2 rims, Fujitsubo muffler, and SSR sticker.

fontheking5 SE

2015-09-12 10:52

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R34 !!!!

Chiran94101 US

2015-11-21 19:28

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Guess anime designers used a standard R34 GTR model and modified the front fascia to make it look like a RWD GT.Looks like it has the same wide body quarter panels from the GTR

Hansen Sebastian ID

2017-01-06 18:31

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Chiran94101 wrote Guess anime designers used a standard R34 GTR model and modified the front fascia to make it look like a RWD GT.Looks like it has the same wide body quarter panels from the GTR


Nope. It's a standard RWD GT. The GT-R did not come out until 1999. Battle Stage 2's story is based on the late 1998 manga issue. And the side panels clearly say RWD GT. If the standard GT-R were modified to look like an RWD GT, then the car would be AWD with an RB26 (aka a "riced" GT-R). Read Keisuke's remark on the car "Looks like an R34 GTR on the outside, but appears to be an FR-converted GT-Turbo." His remark is both right and wrong, right because it IS an FR GT-Turbo, wrong because the GT-R wouldn't come out after the GT was produced.

The GT-R has a higher ride height with a shorter wheelbase, while this one (the RWD GT) is the other way around (shorter ride height with a slightly longer wheelbase). Also, the RWD GT is sleeker (weighing in at 1400 kg) compared to the bulky GT-R (which weighs 1500 kg). And look at the back, the RWD GT has the rear side skirt on the back while the GT-R has diffusers in its stead. The widebody fenders are a standard of the R34 not just exclusive to the GT-R

Heck, the manga even stated the engine type: RB25, and the back clearly says "GT-T". Long story short, a GT-R is a GT-R and a GT is a GT. And you can't convert a 4WD GT-R into an FR GT (unless it's the Super GT, which prohibits the use of 4WD, but that would still be a GT-R nonetheless). Am I making myself clear?

-- Last edit: 2017-01-06 19:10:02

hachirokutrueno US

2018-06-13 01:32

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Hansen Sebastian wrote

Nope. It's a standard RWD GT. The GT-R did not come out until 1999. Battle Stage 2's story is based on the late 1998 manga issue. And the side panels clearly say RWD GT. If the standard GT-R were modified to look like an RWD GT, then the car would be AWD with an RB26 (aka a "riced" GT-R). Read Keisuke's remark on the car "Looks like an R34 GTR on the outside, but appears to be an FR-converted GT-Turbo." His remark is both right and wrong, right because it IS an FR GT-Turbo, wrong because the GT-R wouldn't come out after the GT was produced.

The GT-R has a higher ride height with a shorter wheelbase, while this one (the RWD GT) is the other way around (shorter ride height with a slightly longer wheelbase). Also, the RWD GT is sleeker (weighing in at 1400 kg) compared to the bulky GT-R (which weighs 1500 kg). And look at the back, the RWD GT has the rear side skirt on the back while the GT-R has diffusers in its stead. The widebody fenders are a standard of the R34 not just exclusive to the GT-R

Heck, the manga even stated the engine type: RB25, and the back clearly says "GT-T". Long story short, a GT-R is a GT-R and a GT is a GT. And you can't convert a 4WD GT-R into an FR GT (unless it's the Super GT, which prohibits the use of 4WD, but that would still be a GT-R nonetheless). Am I making myself clear?

I think you misunderstood the comment. He was referring to the animated GT-R model, not the GT-R itself. To rephrase what he said, the animators most likely took the model of the GT-R and remodeled it to look like the 25 GT-T.

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