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Jan
26

Nagisa Auto’s Nissan R34

If you are a big fan of the Nissan Skylines, odds are you’ve probably seen or heard of this car. It is a 750hp beast of a car that was putting down 56-second laps around Tsukuba’s TC2000 Circuit in 2008. Now while that may sound slow to some of you Gran Turismo players, keep in mind that that’s a little over a mile (with a lot of corners) in under a minute and anything under a minute is incredibly fast.
r34_02_1280-768But this car isn’t just some fast hunk of metal.. It’s actually a fast hunk of carbon fiber. The fenders, side skirts, and dashboard are made of dry carbon by M.Speed and the front bumper is a carbon kevlar piece made by C-West. The hood, trunk, and doors are also dry carbon, made in-house, by Nagisa Auto.image (1)Notice it also sports a set of (now discontinued) SSR Type C wheels. But these aren’t your every day wheel sizes. This GT-R uses large 18x11j wheels with a 15mm offset. imageThere’s even some love for More-Japan! Perhaps because we offer most of Nagisa’s parts on our website? We also have the Ueo Style parts made by Nagisa!
Available here:

https://www.more-japan.com/manufacturers/nagisa_auto

https://www.more-japan.com/manufacturers/ueo_style

Also, if you haven’t noticed, there is a Tanabe sticker, meaning it has a couple of Tanabe parts on there…

nams-r34-06And what Nagisa car is complete without a set of their LED tail lights? I have always enjoyed the Skyline “afterburner” tail light style. Personally, I think this car goes down as one of the top 10 most memorable R34s in racing history.r34_01_1280-1024Mmm.. The things I would do to go back in time to hear this up-stroked 2.8L RB28DETT (originally a RB26DETT) fly down the back straight of TC2000… (insert daydream)

 

 

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