First Drive in my Big Turbo R32 GTR!

So exciting to finally drive this thing! HKS T04R with an R34 6 Speed.
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20 thoughts on “First Drive in my Big Turbo R32 GTR!

  1. This may be a weird question but does everyone have a cleaning schedule for chores around the shop and facility? like a every Sunday is cleaning / tool organize day? really cool to see you guys work hard but also keep such a nice shop spotless in each bay!

  2. Kia Ora Mr LZ, you gotta love this car, it has attitude. I heard you say that it's for the F/yeah treatment? Why not, hwever before that, it would be cool to send it down the quarter mile and maybe slash off a few laps of 'the Firm,' just for the record and to be indicitive of the 'earlier years of JDM modification. My next point may be a bit left field; to take the 'Barra-Mustang,' to someone liike Kevin Smith's race car shop and have this build finished off by someone who knows this practie from the inside out. I really like the vehicle you've come up with but it started as an accident, then a popular engine swap that didn't meet all of your expectations. I understand that you are still developing the car but it needs a proffessional race shop to properly intergrate all it's parts, eg., the suspension with the engine and gearbox. No reason that it cannot remain a street car and still be a weapon on the track. I don't believe that you have got all of the power available to you. The build and development of 'Benny's Cresta/Barra', originally done on MCM is a very cool example of a fast drag racing car that works for a drag week type of event if you're into it. Last point (promise), I suggest that while drifting with the RTR team (great move, the right move) that you seek out several more 'grip' races each year to both develop skills, have seat time and keep your profile alive within the road racing community. Drifting is a very exciting business but in the end it's a minority interest versus racing. I'm sure that one of your Porshe's would suit a GT class or a generic Porshe series. You don't want to end up in Vaughn's position, great he may be but as he said some considered him an interloper in auto cross (dumb asses) however you need to develop the links now before you are too old. That's comming quickly to all of you and your bro's. I consider that you were an athlete first before taking up the You Tube, unlike many who think that you tube income and celebrity are going to takie them racing. That sucks cause most in racing have put years of sweat equity into racing, and you don't want toi end up only racing people on You Tube. It could be a shallow pool. Take it easy, Ciao,

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