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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 1' started by takumi64, Nov 3, 2002.
Try winning the FR Event again...
Yeah, it only takes 5 minutes
Are there any other hybrid cars? Ive heard people talking about them.
I hear Mitsubishi manufactured hybrids too...
I dont like the sileighty that much. With a few mods itll go well but stock its a little underpowered and requires forced drifting
Well, maybe the Sil Eighty can drift properly in real life... Sil Eighty owners probably tweaked their cars a little...
obviously you want a more hardcore drifting experience in gt... dont have walls and poles to smack into. Though i have seen some damn good drifting on video
It would have been better if GT had more mountain courses than high-speed ones... I'd love to race on Akina, Akagi, Myogi or Usui...
hmm...so...the 1989-1993 Nissan 240sx Coupes (US release) are actually these "ONE-VIA's" you speak off~?
Interesting point. The only thing close to the US-spec 88-93 240sx is the 180SX, or "Fastback Type X" in GT2, oddly enough.
You seem to know a good deal about this.
Where did you get those pics? I can hardly find those on the net. Nice car, though. More handsome than the Sil Eighty
that's not my car (though i wish it was) but i drive a 90 Nissan 240sx SE Hatchback (180sx *RPS13* JDM), in the US...it lasted from 1989-93 similar to this
the other pics i posted are of the 1989-93 Nissan 240sx Coupe (S13 Silvia *JDM* pic below)
"Now the Sileighty is an interesting car... it's origins started with car accidents, which turned into a rend, and then the manufacturers realizing that they could cash in on the trend" <\~click for more info on the Nissan Sileighty
So I guess Nissan produced more One Vias than Sil Eighties. And I bet the owners of these 240SXs have already applied drift settings into their cars. I wonder if the king of drift, Tsuchiya Keiichi, still has his One Via.
Nissan USA did....so...i guess you can say that...but they're more known as the Nissan 240sx Coupe
I like it... It's handsome... Maybe if I get one I'll apply Bunta's setting (heavy understeering when the gass pedal is open)