It was February 2002 that the limited “V SPEC II NUR” modification of Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 was released, being officially the last limited variation of the Skyline GT-R due to its impending end of production. The name derives from the glorious German circuit “Nürburgring,” one of the places where more tests were made during the development of the GT-R range and even the Skyline range.
This modification was only produced in 1000 units in general, being 750 V-SPEC II. Changes in this modification lie in the use of a set RB26DETT engine, based on the version used in the GT-R V-SPEC II N1 of the standard line, changing the turbocharger for larger version; ceramic turbines were replaced by iron ones, increasing the life of the system. In spite of this, the power again officially remains at 276 hp, however it is known that you must have at least 330 horsepower at a minimum because of these adjustments.
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