R33 Skyline GT-R vs. Mark IV Supra – Street Hits

November 21st, 2023

Street shenanigans prevail in this short clip as a pair of premium imports take to the interstate (in Mexico). The cars are both from 1995, but only one was sold in North America. A Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) import, the Skyline is right-hand drive. Have a gander for yourself.

Rolling in the right lane, the all-wheel drive 1995 Nissan Skyline GT-R is powered by a turbocharged 2.6-liter inline 6-cylinder engine. The block is cast iron, and the cylinder head is aluminum. The turbo setup includes an intercooler, and the engine is direct port fuel injected. Modifications from stock include a larger Garrett turbocharger, cylinder head and intake porting, performance camshafts and valvetrain upgrades as well as a full accoutrement of bolt-ons. With the current upgrades in place, the owner is claiming 600hp on an E85 tune.

In the left lane is the 1995 Toyota Supra. He’s running an E85 tuned 3.0-liter turbocharged inline 6-cylinder engine and claiming 630hp. Aftermarket upgrades include a Borg-Warner S366 turbocharger, performance exhaust, larger intercooler, performance intake manifold and bolt-ons. The manual 6-speed transmission is from a Nissan 350Z.

Buckle-up, this street game rolls hard.

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