congratulations once again, you made up a chassis code for a chassis/car that doesnt exist.r35forums.com said:Yeah, you might be wondering whether it will be called r35 too. I offer some exceptions to that rule, and in this thread they are all outlined. I will update it later on with some more info that I may "stumble upon."
i have no clue what you are talking about here, but the "v" in the "v35" has nothing to do with engine code. just like the "r" in the "r3(x)" series. its chassis code. bnr3x hcr3x er3x and so on...and now up to the v35 chassis designation.5. The new GTR will be based on a new redesigned VQ32DETT, so obviously it needs to tie in with with V-engine code.
last time i checked sales are doing much much better the past few years...unfortunatly due to the fatf series, but still nonetheless. especially with the release of the new r34 Z-tune. they are selling them for 160 grand USD (roughly), and they are only releasing 400 cars. last number i heard was that 350 of them are already sold.so while small hydro cars are booming, expensive and poor emission race street cars like the r34 are dropping.
danifilth said:Correct me if I am wrong but the V in VQ and VG has nothing to do with Chassis designation and does have to do with Engine.I mean its the engine code so therefore the letters mean something I cant think of what just yet but I know there is a list online somewhere.Not trying intrude on your post or anything just noticed that is all.
Interesting. So you're telling me that all Pathfinders and Hardbodies and Maximas and 300Zs containing a VG30 motor are all the same chassis?tougedrifter said:haha no it doesnt have anything to do with the engine. its a chassis code, trust me .
[email protected] said:Interesting. So you're telling me that all Pathfinders and Hardbodies and Maximas and 300Zs containing a VG30 motor are all the same chassis?
http://www.overboost.com/obs/browse...Engine+Components&sc_id=127&sc_name=RadiatorsARC Radiator Hose - 1989-1994 Nissan Skyline (Chassis: BNR32; Engine: RB26DETT)
http://www.automotivehelper.com/topic143987.htmhere's a goooood one. I always bought stuff for my car from yahoo Japan auctions, although I cant speak Japanese, Here's the secret. Car parts are always listed by Chassis code, example, when I was looking for part for my car, I didin't type "Nissan Skyline" I typed "HCR32" which is the chassis code for a R32 Skyline GTS-t, another example "RPS13" that's a S13 silvia (I think)
Total Production 43,934 1989 -1994
Vspec II 1,303
N1 228 BCNR 33
Total Production 16,050 as of Oct 1998
1995 8,443 Vspec 3,823
1996 4,005 Vspec 1,358
1997 2,708 Vspec 1,002
1998 1,133 Vspec 255
was clear enough. i guess i was dumb enough to reply to a comment without reading it . but i have no clue what the v in engine codes had to do with what i said in the first place.i have no clue what you are talking about here, but the "v" in the "v35" has nothing to do with engine code. just like the "r" in the "r3(x)" series. its chassis code. bnr3x hcr3x er3x and so on...and now up to the v35 chassis designation.
Kouki S14 said:WTF is going on here?
the V in V35 is a chassis code, Just like the R in R32-33-34 is a chassis code.
So, the new skyline would not be an R35. It's already a V35.
I know that was already cleared up but I figured a simple, small post would help others find their answers easier.
r35forums.com said:First of all, Its a type you read you fucking retard. Dont be started shit you cant finish, when your the only dumbass here. :loser: :thumbdwn:
you would be surprised how easy it is to make your own forum...........getting it as refind as the one we are grateful enuff to peruse everyday is the hard part. look at the main page............the amount of topics and such....he has maybe 10 members TOPS. all probly friends. he made this thread to spam him forum (the topic here really dosent have a point at all) oh cavi-mike... click meCavi Mike said:No way this kid really started a forum on a car that doesn't exist, nor prolly ever will.