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    Quote Originally Posted by GTR_03
    If you were going to compare any car with a GTR you should use the r32 to compare because it is the lightest out of thee the skylines
    Yeah, but also the least powerful. Power-weight ratio!
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    i dont see why you use the turbo versons of all the cars and you leave the 3000GT hanging out to dry. There is a VR4. I would probably go with a 300ZX. just because i like them

    btw, none of these cars are expensive in the states. Had a supra last year. The only expensive one would probably be a NSX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SupraMan22
    i dont see why you use the turbo versons of all the cars and you leave the 3000GT hanging out to dry. There is a VR4. I would probably go with a 300ZX. just because i like them

    btw, none of these cars are expensive in the states. Had a supra last year. The only expensive one would probably be a NSX.
    I gotta agree there, The VR4's and the Stealth R/T TT were 3.0L V6 twin turbo/twin intercooler...thats the one you should be comparing too. Not to mention the AWD and all those other nifty things not on the base and SL trims.

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    rx7 all d way..supra is way too chubby..300zx too old..gto too expensive..nsx expensive bt worth it..still id take the rx7..great car..
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    I love the Honda NSX (especially the NSX-R) and the Mazda RX-7 equally. Both cars have great performance figures and I've read many reviews which state they are great/fun to drive. I can't decide which car is better so I would have a
    3rd generation series 8 (7?) RX-7 and a NSX-R.

    However, I still really like the 3000GT, 3000zx and the Supra as well and I would be happy to have any of these cars as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingNothing
    I gotta agree there, The VR4's and the Stealth R/T TT were 3.0L V6 twin turbo/twin intercooler...thats the one you should be comparing too. Not to mention the AWD and all those other nifty things not on the base and SL trims.
    exactly nice to agree with someone on this subject. Chubby or not, the supra tt would in most cases beat a rx-7.
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    Wow. The Asian cars forum is kind of a cesspool. Anyway, the NSX is still ahead of the game 15 years on in terms of build quality and driver involvement, the 3000 GT is a pig, the RX-7 is a great little sportscar limited by a short-lived engine. The Supra has a great engine, but a so-so chassis, from what I've read.

    At any rate, where are the rally reps? Surely the WRX and EVO deserve mention in a "best ever Japanese" shortlist.
    I'm erudite ;-)

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    Why bother when the Skyline is the ultimate car. Period.

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    Dats Ryte Bro Skyline R32 0-60 In 3.4 9second Querrter Mile Easy 1,100 Horsepower With Demon Chip Just Have 2 Change Rear Crank Bearing And Air Filter
    I'm erudite ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LandQuail
    Dats Ryte Bro Skyline R32 0-60 In 3.4 9second Querrter Mile Easy 1,100 Horsepower With Demon Chip Just Have 2 Change Rear Crank Bearing And Air Filter
    what the hell is that.any heavily moded car can do that.

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    Sarcasm.


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    ThEn We Go To QuARTEr MilZ and DO iT in -2 SekONz
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofthering
    Sarcasm.


    BuT DaT BuLSHIT 'CaUZ My CoUZIn got A LexuZ wiT InTakEZ + eHAUtZ AnD We SmkOZ Da ViPeRZ aND skYLInZ In SkooLZ Zonez WiT ChilDREn CrOSSIn.

    ThEn We Go To QuARTEr MilZ and DO iT in -2 SekONz
    hahaha...i laughed for a good while at that one. Nice.

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    Who is responsible for the creation of this pointless thread?

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    If you read the first ****ing post you'd know.
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    I'm gona go at it to!

    I never thugh so many of you liked the 300zx, i do to, allways have, it's a great looking car.
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