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    RB30 S13 with full GT-R Attessa 4WD

    As the title would suggest, some lunatic has built this and now has it running. Expecting vids over the coming days, so thought I'd link here.

    (and yes, I've sent him an invite to the club )

    Link to the FB/build page:
    https://m.facebook.com/?_rdr#!/profi...23668197671505

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    And it's for sale

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    thats bad ass

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    So he's built a skyline then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by M200sex View Post
    So he's built a skyline then?
    Always look on the bright side of life!

    Been following the build on fb for quite a while now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M200sex View Post
    So he's built a skyline then?
    no (clues in the title)

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    Well he has, he's built a 4wd straight six s13, which is so close to an R32 I'd have just bought an R32 lol.
    Hats off for the effort but a 1000hp sr20 would have impressed me more

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    Quote Originally Posted by M200sex View Post
    Well he has, he's built a 4wd straight six s13, which is so close to an R32 I'd have just bought an R32 lol.
    Hats off for the effort but a 1000hp sr20 would have impressed me more
    this. wouldnt it feel odd getting in an s13 that drives like a 32 haha..

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    Quote Originally Posted by M200sex View Post
    Well he has, he's built a 4wd straight six s13, which is so close to an R32 I'd have just bought an R32 lol.
    Hats off for the effort but a 1000hp sr20 would have impressed me more

    I'm sure there's plenty of Porsche owners who would look at the frankly stupid amounts of money some of us spend on our cars and say the same thing. Why not just buy an x, y, or z.

    Had he bought an R32, he would own an R32, like countless other people. But he doesn't, he owns the only 4wd, RB30 S13, and isn't that the core of why people modify cars?

    Also, how do you know it will drive like an R32? That's not something anyone can know without having driven it, or heard from the man himself. It's a completely different chassis, body, weight distribution etc. It's not like putting a different plastic shell over an RC car

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    yeah true, either way its undeniably impressive and unique

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint View Post
    I'm sure there's plenty of Porsche owners who would look at the frankly stupid amounts of money some of us spend on our cars and say the same thing. Why not just buy an x, y, or z.

    Had he bought an R32, he would own an R32, like countless other people. But he doesn't, he owns the only 4wd, RB30 S13, and isn't that the core of why people modify cars?

    Also, how do you know it will drive like an R32? That's not something anyone can know without having driven it, or heard from the man himself. It's a completely different chassis, body, weight distribution etc. It's not like putting a different plastic shell over an RC car
    So my opinion is wrong and yours is right? Is that what you're saying?
    Also I never said it would drive like an R32, I assume it'll be an understeering pig as the weight will all be forward in the shell

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    Quote Originally Posted by M200sex View Post
    So my opinion is wrong and yours is right? Is that what you're saying?
    Also I never said it would drive like an R32, I assume it'll be an understeering pig as the weight will all be forward in the shell

    That's not what I'm saying at all. I don't know where you've gotten that. Your opinion, that you would have just bought an R32, is perfectly valid. I'm just saying that for some people the end result is not the ultimate goal. He obviously built it because he wanted to see if he could, hence why he's willing to sell the car once complete.

    And yes, it was Floydeh who said it would handle like an R32, but I wasn't arsed doing a second quote on my phone as it bloody awkward. The "also" was to indicate the next point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint View Post
    Link doesn't work for me.

    I just get a page with MY details on it.

    This is what I have to link to to see that car.
    https://www.facebook.com/Nissan200sxGTR?fref=ts

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    Sorry, was posting on my phone, so may not have linked the correct page, think I liked to the "about" or "info" page instead.

    Thanks for posting the correct one mate

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