Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Cars' started by Strittan, Oct 7, 2019.
No model name, two cars and otherwise incomplete title information. Please read the pinned threads and amend this suggestion.
Please tell me what I missunderstood about this:
Aside from picking the wrong category - JGTC was not a spec series - you had no model name. Nissan did not make a car called "BNR34".
You have now corrected the title to reflect that, but you're missing the generation, team, number... and you still have two different cars in your opening post.
Lock the thread, and the Supra one while you’re at it. Happy now?
No, that's not what happens.
Always. What does that have to do with you not formatting your threads in this forum correctly as laid out in the whole two pinned threads?
Maybe I’m stupid, but I don’t get why it has to be a team specific car. Why can’t I suggest a “base model” so to speak?
You mean like GT5/6's plain white RM Base Model cars?
They're fictional. There was no base model GT-R JGTC car in 2000. In any case, the pictures you used were of two different, real JGTC cars from that year, not of some fictional base model variant.
When we run out of real cars maybe we'll allow fictional ones. It'll be a while though - and I don't see what the end point of fictional cars would be once we allow them. There'd be nothing to stop someone doodling a car and suggesting it (this has actually happened).
Even so that still doesn't address the title formatting issue, which persists.
Fair enough. Well, I hope I got it right now.
Almost spot on this time - we often mistake the title sponsor for the team, so this is actually the Calsonic Team Impul car, but that's a pretty understandable thing and I've amended that for you.
Car specs to add in your first post
Engine RB26DETT with 2.7-liter bore kit
Max Power 453 HP
Max Torque 506.30 ft-lb
Top Speed 208mph (334kph)
Weight 1,100 kilograms (2,400 lb)
I really wish I had the 2000 JGTCs in GT Sport. To beat the 2008 and 2016 Super GT cars.