the R32 GTR V-SPEC 2 is the original phat fat fattt gtr its hot and has the engine i wish nissan never changed for the vg38dett the RB26DETT :) whats your opinions

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Asked by Oct 30, 2009 at 11:43 PM about the Nissan GT-R

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I kinda disagree in a way, but I c whacha mean...I like the new engine; I just wish they would leave it to be more upgradable like the RBs!! ^_^

The Rb is the dominator of motorsports since the R32 and it ia damn shame of the engine change but things gotta change overtime

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Yea I mean, you gotta offer something different to the fans...Example: Subaru; they already made the best looking cars they're ever gonna make. Now, they came out w/the new one..looks shitty compared to the other ones!! but you now, something 'different'...^_^

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yeah bur the rb26 is less powerful and the vr38 is still as tuneable

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