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Know Your GT-R: 1995 Skyline GT-R BCNR33

The R33 is the next evolution of the R32. It’s faster, it’s stiffer, it’s more stable, and it’s more fun! It was heavier than the outgoing platform but it still manages to outperform in all areas, especially refinement. The increased body stiffness and better weight distribution complements the capabilities of the improved 4WD system the ATTESA E-TS PRO. This system is capable of controlling the torque of both rear wheels independently through an active limited slip differential. This technological advancement allowed the Skyline GT-R BCNR33 to shave 21 seconds off the R32’s Nurburgring time. This achievement was so significant that Nissan proceeded to advertise the car with it, calling it “The story of -21 seconds.”

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Specifications

Overall length / width / height : 4,675/1,780/1,360mm
Wheelbase : 2,720mm
Tread (front/rear) : 1,480/1,490mm
Curb weight : Over 1,540 kg
Engine : RB26DETT (6-cyl. in line, DOHC), 2,568cc
Engine Max. power : 206kW (280PS)/6,800rpm
Engine Max. torque : 368Nm (37.5kgm)/6,000rpm
Suspension : Multilink (front & rear)
Brakes : Ventilated disc (front & rear)
Tires (wheels) : 245/45Z-17

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Source: Nissan Heritage Collection

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Written by Hansen

The engineer amongst the crew, Hansen once built a mini baja car with his bare hands. Hansen had the opportunity to join Honda’s R&D team in Ohio but chose the life of the east coast and the defense industry instead. A die hard auto enthusiast he religiously follows the auto industry and loves long walks in the auto shows.

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