|Mine's BNR34 SKYLINE GT-R N1 base '06|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 5 Prologue|
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||Premium|
|Interior in GT6||Detailed|
|Max Power||573 BHP|
|Performance Points||574 PP|
|Max Torque||433.9 ft-lb|
|Weight||1,340 kilograms (3,000 lb)|
This description is taken from the description page in GT5.
Mine's has been one of the leading aftermarket specialists in Japan, with a special emphasis on modifying the Nissan GT-R. Since the R32 GT-R appeared in 1989, Mine's has been continually been working its tuning magic on Nissan's high-performance sports coupe, and the firm's R34 Skyline GT-R N1 Base is arguably the firm's most impressive GT-R creation to date.
At the heart of this machine is the RB26DETT inline-6 that was completely rebuilt. In order to get the GT2350 turbine to withstand incredibly high boost pressures, Mine's installed its Complete Engine Stage II kit. These and other changes brought the Mine's GT-R's power output up to a whopping 592 BHP and 433.9 lb-ft of torque.
What was most impressive about this power plant was that Mine's made it extremely driver-friendly, "having the power at your disposal right when you need it." The handling duties were assigned to the company's ESTA Suspension Professional Edition II, which consisted of a set of 12 kg/mm springs up front and 10 kg/mm springs at rear.
While some contended that the system was tuned too soft, Mine's maintained that this was the ideal setup to maximize traction to fully utilize the power. And while aerodynamic parts were kept to a minimum so as to not disturb the overall essence of the stock car, it was still able to run sub-1-minute laps around Tsukuba Circuit, a clear demonstration of the car's capabilities.
This car can be purchased at the Mine's dealership for 200,000 Credits.
As a Premium car, the Mine's BNR34 SKYLINE GT-R N1 base '06 can be purchased from the Dealerships for 200,000 Credits. It is a Level 19 car.
This car can be purchased for 200,000 Credits. It is a detailed car.
- ↑ The in-game description erroneously places the word "the" before "Japan"