NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R V-SPEC II Nur (BNR34) – JDM that stands in one line with supercars nowadays is up for sale at the public auction on 11th July.
2002 NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R V-SPEC II Nur (BNR34) with only 10km, never been registered, with starting price of 50,000,000.00JPY (about 454,000 USD)
● Mileage 10km, new car unregistered vehicle
● BNR34 final edition, limited 1000 Nur
● 700 units one in the V SPEC II Nur
● Equipped with N1 specification engine with gold cylinder headcover
Chassis number: BNR34-403129
・ Completion inspection certificate with transfer certificate
・ 3 keys Remote lock key 1
・ Unused item Floormat
・ SKYLINE GT-R catalog
・ SKYLINE GT-R M-spec catalog
・ SKYLINE GT-R V-specⅡ Nur Catalog
・ SKYLINE GT-R V-specⅡ Nur commemorative photo book
・ Instruction manual
・ Maintenance note
・ Booklet Correct usage of safety equipment
The final evolution model of the 2nd generation GT-R, the BNR34 type, was first unveiled at the Tokyo Auto Salon in January 1999.
In the full model change from the blockbuster BNR32 to the predecessor BCNR33, we received feedback on the increase in body size and weight, and the BNR34 was slimmed down.
Compared to BCNR33, the total length is 75 mm and the wheelbase is 55 mm shorter, and at the same time, the overall width is expanded by 5 mm to improve exercise performance.
The engine is the traditional RB26DETT, but one of the features is that the turbine shaft support has been changed from a metal type to a ball bearing type.
This is an improvement to improve the response, and at the same time, the boost pressure is raised and the ECU is optimized.
The maximum output is 280ps, but the maximum torque reaches 40kgm, which is 2.5kgm plus compared to BCNR33.
For the powertrain, the transmission has been changed from Nissan’s in-house 5-speed MT to Getrag’s 6-speed, and the brakes are equipped with Brembo calipers (F: 4pot / R: 2pot) as standard equipment.
In addition, the V spec uses Atesa E-TS PRO, which includes an active LSD that actively limits the operation of the left and right rear wheels depending on the situation.
After that, the V Spec II, which appeared in a minor change in 2000, was equipped with a carbon bonnet with an NACA duct.
By reducing the amount of front shaft, it contributed to the reduction of understeer.
In 2001, the M spec, which pursued comfort as a GT that overturned the conventional GT-R image, appeared.
Such BNR34 was also forced to discontinue production in 2002 due to difficulty in complying with exhaust gas regulations, but as the final edition, limited to 1000 units for V spec II and M spec (initially announced with a production schedule of 500 units) However, it was “Nur” that was later sold at the request of customers (increased production).
Based on the reinforced block, the engine is balanced in each part, equipped with the N1 engine incorporating a turbine made of metal blades, and the adoption of a dedicated 300km / h full-scale speedometer, which can be said to be the endless beauty of the 2nd generation GT-R. It is a model that boasts content.
This individual is an unregistered new car that can be said to be a phantom and is an individual with a completion inspection certificate.
The mileage displayed by the odometer is only 10km. Among the 700 V-Spec II Nur, it is one that you will never meet again.