Written on: 21/01/2014 by willow7 (1 review written)
Bought my GTi-R in 2000 from a Japanese import auction in Durham. I have never owned a car for this long and rate it as the best all round car I have ever owned. I have competed in motorsport for many years and have used the GTi-R several times in speed hillclimbs and sprints to good effect, several class wins and even an outright class record. To help achieve these results I had the car modified by Norris Designs of Corsham who increased the power to 330bhp and added bags more torque. Always… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2013
My son bought me my GTiR as a retirement present five or six years ago, as it was becoming increasingly difficult to find sufficient space to park my old Mercedes 6.9 at the local supermarket. At first I thought he must be mad as I had not owned a small hatchback since the 1980s when I bought one of the first Lancia Integrales. A low mileage, early model, the car has been mildly tuned and develops about 310bhp on the rolling road with an impressive 280lb/ft of torque. Having owned several high… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/06/2013
Despite the tales of doom and gloom about reliability and repair costs I took a punt on e-bay (2012) and purchased without viewing - £2400. One year/3000 miles into ownership of a 1994 Nissan GTiR (imported in 2003) I consider myself lucky. Driven moderately hard at 10psi boost with FMIC and uprated fuel pump I have had no major mechanical problems. Yes, first gear is a little difficult to select, engine is tappy, diffs whine a bit and everything rattles but it keeps on pulling; although I… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2012
fantastic car to drive, very roomy, very aggressive hot hatch, looks menacing on the road, however, has a subtle look about it. Owned and loved mine for almost two years now. It is also extremely quick off the line and is a formidable monster. However, it is a front heavy car and prone to under steering has trouble stopping as well. brake upgrade and a excellent set of tires would fix this in my opinion (if I had the money). Mine has also been plagued with reliability issues, during my two… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2010 by kcorky57 (2 reviews written)
Great car to own...Upgrade parts are available with a little research...very quick… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/10/2009
After being pilot in my cuz's 'nismo tuned' Pulsar, I waited until my 21st to locate a fresh standard import as these are low mileage and more reliable than some random blokes toy.
Although it came with a 5zigen exhaust, tein shocks and prodrive alloys it hadn't ever had the boost turned up... I have since fitted a few trick bits!
As far as reliabilty is concerned, every problem i encountered has coincided with my cousins, so I just put the problems down to the age of these cars rather than… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/10/2009
I am wanting to buy a pulsar because of the looks and performance im 21 and have 4 years ncb, are these cars 2 quick? the fastest car i have had is a golf gti turbo (220bhp) i dont want to kill myself thats all? PULSARS ARE THE FASTEST POCKET ROCKET EVER ! ! ! !… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/09/2009 by gtir 89 (2 reviews written)
ive had my Nissan Pulsar GTiRs for a couple of years now and they are all going strong. ive got one stock and one slightly modded and the third is modded for drag racing now there is some idiot on here saying that pulsars look dumb if ur over 19 ive been a mechanic for 10 years and would like to inform everyone that my stock pulsar would beat his gto hands down on the track and in a quarter mile i have that much faith in my knowledge of cars that i would bet pinks in a race. they are one of the… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2009
i own a nissan pulsar mr2 and after owning it for a year have finally came out of the closet and told my parents im homosexual. im not sure about the pulsar but with the mr2 i get heaps of sausage… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/05/2009
great hot hatch mines over 300bhp as 17 inch wheels rubs sometimes when driven hard.The Nissan Pulsar GTiR is not cheap to run but can now get classic insurance cars group 20 .will go up in price if kept as many are broken for parts ,fastest car i have driven tends to be hairy over 100mph and all cars rattle small price to pay for such a fun car, i liked them so much i have had two and rate them for looks,power and what car can you buy that is as fast for the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2009
I have owned my Nissan Pulsar GTiR for only 2 months now and is starting too get the odd wear and tear, new radiator etc as with any other car if you look after it it'll go the distance, mines pretty stock standard at the moment but a recent blitz with a decked out mitsi evo proves that even stock standard it pulls some amazing power and destroyed it threw the 1/4 mile definitely a car you shouldn't under estimate, with the basic mods, e.g front mount, injectors, fuel pump. Good points are… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2008
Good for weekend fun but you'll need a ggod wallet to run as a daily driver, be carful with too much power it can lead down an exspensive road… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2008 by kcorky57 (2 reviews written)
Great car just got one...yes it's a great car at 7psi....The previous owner had it at 14 psi but got scared...Gear box is definitely its weakest point. It is a real fun car. Handles great. It has great potential... and should be cheaper to upgrade than an Evo. That Evo better be running way over 400hp… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2008
Fast as heck lovley lil pocket rocket, there a time machine basically, you get to your destination before you leave with adrenalin running at 100% gr8, if you want to drive it hard make sure your pockets are deep, seats and interior comfortable… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/04/2008 by heieq (1 review written)
Had my Nissan Pulsar for 8 years and still got it. Had various other cars, EVO FQ 360mr, Audi RS6, Still prefer the old pulsar… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2008 by mongtard (1 review written)
It has has a loud exhaust with a huge tailpipe and a dump valve makes that awesome wastegate chatter sound. It also has some phat chrome 17 inch wheels. I can't do weelspinz cos its 4 weel drive… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2008
Once you have owned a Nissan Pulsar GTiR HKS Edition you will understand why you should not buy a sports car over 1 of these. most of your sports cars cannot even compete with a GTiR especially with 400bhp+… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2007 by zap56 (1 review written)
I bought a last of the line 2001 HKS Edition GTI-R with optional "Greddy" tuning package. Standard power for these cars is around 220bhp, but mine rolled out of the factory with 400bhp on standard boost. To cope with the extra power I asked Nissan to fit a Nissan Skyline GT-R gearbox, which also means they had to modify the seating position.
The standard clutch is doing fine so far, and I'm finding the standard breaks to be brilliant. I'm still not sure what oil I should be using, but a friend… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2007 by pulsarboy (1 review written)
My Pulsar had everything done to it: lightened balanced bottom end, HKS piston, cams, uprated brakes, Suspension 17 wheels, Nismo Dog Box and Nismo rear diffuser. I was running 380bhp (no joke) I raced my mate's Lamborghini and had him up to 100mph (and I mean off the line) I was away and at 103 when he started catching. Any Pulsar with 320bhp or more - nothing on road will touch it (except from the bike and the odd kit car). Also, my pulsar was all stripped out so it was light as a feather… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/11/2006 by asdffdsa (1 review written)
Fast as factory standard car! 0-60, 5.5sec. Once you break the 5 second 0-60 barrier (which is easy with slight tuning) expect to break something expensive. Once an engine rebuild has been done expect 50,000+ miles of fun. I'd advise staying close to standard performance.
Insurance is huge! Group 20!
Petrol, I'm doing about 170 miles per tank! ~17 miles per gallon!… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2006 by deviousGTiR (1 review written)
I have never had a Nissan Pulsar GTiR HKS Edition but I've been in quite a few, and they're pretty quick for a small car.
But if you treat this car with respect, it will munch any car on the road, well except it's father(Skyline GTR a.k.a the Godzilla) because the GTiR are well known as baby Godzillas… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/03/2006 by twam (1 review written)
I like the pulsar, I had one for a year, handled like dump, was pretty quick, then I grew up. If your over 19, trust me, you look silly driving it. If you're 17-19, you look like the man. if you are over 19.... not good! I'm 21 now, I've bought a GTO… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2005 by greig arthur (1 review written)
I own a 93 Nissan Pulsar GTiR HKS Edition Sports Car, so far it has embarrased every car who thought it could beat me, the list includes, Subaru s.t.i's, Evo6's, Sierra Cosworths and a Carrera :D, she handles like a dream and flys round corners like a goal cart, she averages 0-60mph in approx 4.4 secs, with 320 bhp crammned into a hatchback nothings touching you lol :D… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/11/2004 by bazza02 (1 review written)
I own a 1994 Nissan Pulsar GTiR HKS Edition Sports Car and it rocks. Every where I go people want to have a look under the hood. I am very pleased with my car… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2004 by JGTIR (1 review written)
I have just aquired a 91 Nissan Pulsar GTiR HKS Edition and to be honest I haven't had such a fun car to drive, Power when you want it but also can be driven very tamely.
It will blow off most cars on the road, the only thing that gave me a problem was a GTR Skyline, which really brought me down to earth… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2004 by GTiR Dan (1 review written)
Since having my first Nissan Pulsar GTiR there has been a few problems with it, but that would not ever put me of buying one. I wanted one for ages before I brought mine and it has exceeded all its expectation. It's unbelivable quick and you get a buzz every time you drive it. The only problem is it drinks petrol like there is no tommorrow… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/06/2004 by do2er (1 review written)
I've driven a lot of fast things and for a production motor this is as good as it gets, forget Porsche, BMW, TVR etc the only car I've had problems with on the street is a caturum 7 and that's only coz he's lighter, any way this car is awesome and if you're over 25 and loaded get one you will need cheek extensions to hold the smile you will have when you boot it. I also advise if you over boost over fuel coz it will melt and if it doesn't melt first the turbo pops any way… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/03/2004 by kachoban (1 review written)
I have a 1996 Nissan 200SX (USA) FWD coupe with a SR20DET from a 1991 GTiR. I spent $1500 (US) for complete engine swap, $735 for proper intercooling (front mount Spearco WAVE), $575 on cams and titanium valve springs, $1300 on SIII clutch and 8.3lb flywheel, and $650 for a really nice valve job...hehehe
I have 426whp and run 1/4 in 10.2sec...not bad if you ask me. By the way I'm located in Texas… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2004 by Turbine (1 review written)
I've had my Nissan Pulsar for two years and at first I was amazed by the speed. Now it feels not so quick, perhaps Im just used to it now or perhaps it on its way out. Either way I love driving it and take the long way to work everyday. How do I know if its a HKS edition???… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/12/2003 by Paranoid anarchist (1 review written)
just recently i raced my redone baby(Nissan Pulsar GTiR - HKS Edition) against. godzilla (r-33 skyline)which by the way was stock with just the changes in the wheels and a new bigger air intake...i won him in 0-100 and in street racing around brisbane.this car can earn you respect in the field and if you are looking for preformance then its a must buy...if you like thrashing others cars ( definatley ppl think that just because they own bmw or porsche, they can out run you) well this is a car… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/11/2003 by sxy gtir (1 review written)
The Nissan Pulsar GTiR - HKS Edition is one of the best little carz if you want some thing to show of in and feel good doin it and have the fun of a speed demon is definatly a very small very fast little car standard suspention a bit stiff so makes hard turning difficult but easy fixed with softer suspention… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/10/2003 by D GILLAM (1 review written)
Nissan Pulsar is an absolutely great car what else can you get for £4500 and kick some ass so bad with.
All the Max Power boys in Novas respect you.
Anyhow mine seems to have been reliable anyhow got a local tuner nearby who seems to be good. no problems yet. Apart from trying to get it insured and needing a mortgage to run it!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2003 by damoR (1 review written)
I own a 93 Nissan Pulsar GTiR - HKS edition and it seems to blow everything that gets in its way.Its running 1 bar of
boost ,hks super power flow and 5zigen zorst straight through which makes it sound the nutz.Wot a lot of motor for the price>no one can disagree with that!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2003 by senie (1 review written)
To all the people here who say their car is better...
Get a grip. Most japanese performance cars are fatastic to drive and have their own advantages and disadvantages. People can rattle on saying their car is the fastest-prove it. Go down Santa Pod and then we will respect it. To all the people argueing about the GTiR-MR2 Turbo. STANDARD FORM : 0-60 gtir is supposedly 6.1, but it feels alot quicker than that. Mr2 ranges from 6.2 down to 5.2 depending on which model. My mate has owned a… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2003 by worbs23 (1 review written)
I recently bought my first Nissan Pulsar GTiR - HKS edition and what can i say, i am smitten by it, having had several fast fords including a 275bhb 2.2 16v zetech escort rs turbo and couple of saff cosies running bout 250-280 i wanted something a bit more how can ya put it RAW.. i took out an j plate import for a test drive and WOW i was amazed the sheer power and how it was deliverd was just amazing. 30 mins and 4500 pounds later it was mine. iv got no mods at the moment but the first being… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/07/2003 by dr soz. (1 review written)
All in all not much wrong with this Nissan Pulsar and am bewildered why it didnt sell that much compared to other sr20 cars. compared to an s13 silvia or 180sx (i believe in usa they are call 240's) you pay an extra 7 thousand (this is in australian currency so that isnt that much, about $4k us or 2.5 thousand pound in uk) and get a bigger turbo, variable valve timing, and quad throttle boddies. not to mention a 4wd drivetrain and an overall lighter car. not to shabby. some advice.
replace the… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2003 by Revester. (1 review written)
Dudes, my friend lent me his GTiR while he had to go away and work for a few days (hehehehe), silly boy, fully worked turbo rally car lent to his mate without supervision, who does that! Anyway, this thing runs like a beast, sure as hell beats the stuffing out of my Datsun 180B! First time I ever drove a car like this, and I am afraid I can never go back. I didn't think anything would beat a WRX, but this thing caned it! And cornering, oh my god… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2003 by Steve. (1 review written)
The GTi-R is an awsome car. It looks great. You look at the smalled engined versions of the car an you wouldnt expect much, but the GTi-R is slammed with a big Bonnet Vent, Nice Spoiler an side skirts to make it noticable that this isn't just a standard Granny car for doing the weekend shopping in. The 2.0 16v Turbo gives off a great sound, especialy when the turbo kicks in. The power isn't what you would expect from a car that costs around £5000 - £6000! Buy one of these mommas and you wont be… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2002 by Waddock. (1 review written)
GTI-R a wicked little hatch that loves to eat Porsches etc..... Make sure you get a BIG BHP conversion! It is so much more fun! I run 350 BHP and 315LB/FT wicked!… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/10/2002 by Jezza. (1 review written)
The Nissan Pulsar GTiR is something that could be very enjoyable to take out on a one of basis and flog around suburbia. It also is somthing you can buy extremly inexpensive. However, it is one of the most impractical cars for everyday use.
If going fast is the thing you want to do, buy a motorbike or set up a car to take to the track. For everyday use, this is somthing that would drive me insane… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2002 by nutter. (1 review written)
The Nissan Pulsar GTiR is my favouite. I have had 450 hp GTR Skyline, FTO, Toyota Supra and have driven the likes of the Lotus Elise. This car is just a fun machine. It will eat a WRX and blow away a 350 V8 like its standing still. Totally recommend this car, and there not too pricey.
Change the computer, injectors, turbo, intercooler, exhaust and clutch and if you have bought the right gear, should have 300+ hp. My car has 342hp and has run an 11.27sec pass with these mods.
have fun!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/08/2002 by mr cool. (1 review written)
Hey D V 8 R,
something for you down under to think about!
I live in Oz at the mo so I know what I'm on about!
The UK is seen as the HQ for motorsports, most F1, Indy cars amongst countless other race cars are prepared there, and sorry to upset you, but even HSV are developed by TWR, a British company...
We don't have to put up with little multa-nova cameras, in fact the last time I was on a British motorway, I did 125mph (201kph) from London to Bristol non stop without worrying about… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/06/2002 by Gaz. (1 review written)
This is my 3rd Nissan Pulsar GTiR now and i just love them. There's not much on the road that can touch them (unless you spend £0000's). This latest Pulsar i have bought has had many modifications inc... Re-built 2.1 engine, enlarged exhaust ports & polished head, HKS camshafts, J&E Forged racing pistons, steel head gasket, Skyline ceramic hybrid roller bearing turbo, GReddy profec boost controller, GReddy overtake switch, R33 front mount intercooler, uprated fuel pump, fuel pressure regulator… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2002 by RUSHA. (1 review written)
I've had my Nissan Pulsar 6 months now, and the car never stops amazing me. For the money there is absolutly nothing out there that can touch this car. You really have to drive the car to appreciate how good it is. I worked at an import car garage and have driven loads of Jap sports cars, and trust me on that, the sunny is right up there with the best… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2002 by ZED. (1 review written)
I agree with mash and yas. The Nissan Pulsar GTiR HKS edition car is the bomb, nothing else to say!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2002 by MASH. (1 review written)
I AGREE WIT YAS....SUNNY KICKS ASSE AND IS A BEAST, TOO RARE AND THATS THE WAY IT SHOULD BE....MR2S ARE BAD BUT LADYS CAR..SO WAIT TILL I GET MY PULSAR AND THEN WE'LL SEE THE SCREAMIN… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2002 by Yas. (1 review written)
Nissan GtiR, fastest 2.0 turbo intercooler, 4x4, 16v DOHC in its league… Read Full Review
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