This mod adds Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33) for Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 mods.
People seemed disappointing that the Original R33 mod had been deleted, so here’s a much better version
The BNR33 (R33) was developed for release in 1995 as a successor to the R32 model. The engine in the R33 was nearly identical to the R32. It used the same turbochargers and the same specification for the manual gearbox, although the syncros were stronger. The engine corrected the R32’s weak oil pump drive collar, which tended to fail in higher power applications. The base model of the R33 GT-R weighs 1,540 kg (3,395 lb)
The R33 GT-R went on sale on 6 January 1995 with the base model GT-R and the V·Spec model. The V·Spec model weighed in 10 kg (22 lb) heavier, and had sportier suspension resulting in lower ground clearance. The V·Spec also featured the newer ATTESA E-TS Pro all wheel drive system, which included an Active Limited Slip differential.
At the same time as the introduction of the R33 GT-R and GT-R V·Spec, Nissan introduced the R33 GT-R V·Spec N1 model. Changes made to the R33 N1 are similar to those in the R32 N1. The car was made lighter by removing the ABS, air conditioning, sound system, rear wiper, and boot carpet. The R33 GT-R V·Spec N1 received the slightly revised R33 N1 engine.
A special edition of the R33 was introduced on 3 November 1997 called the 400R, with R standing for Racing. Overall development and planning was by NISMO (Nissan Motorsports International). But, its bored and stroked RB26DETT engine, the RBX-GT2, was engineered and produced by REINIK. The engine featured 77.7 mm stroke crankshaft (73.7 mm stock), forged 87 mm pistons (86 mm cast stock), upgraded rods, polished ports, high lift camshafts, upgraded oil system, larger exhaust manifolds and higher output turbochargers. NISMO produced an upgraded exhaust, a twin-plate clutch, and intercooler system. Nismo brake pads were fitted to the car. 400R exclusive aerodynamic updates were also added, such as wider bumpers, side skirts, a new rear bumper, a new front bumper with bigger air scoops, and a redesigned bonnet and rear spoiler made of carbon fibre. The engine developed 298 kW (405 PS; 400 hp) and 347 lb⋅ft (470 N⋅m), which allowed a top speed of over 300 km/h (186 mph), and enabled it to accelerate from 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) in 4.0 seconds. NISMO had originally planned to produce 100 units of the 400R, however, only 44 units were made before production of the R33 ended in 1998.
Production ended with a total of 16,668 units produced.
stock – found everywhere
Nismo 400R – found everywhere
GW edition – found everywhere
Drag car – found only in Auctions and Salon
You can ignore the 2 paid DLCs, they aren’t really needed
Rim DLC – wheels on drag car
Porsche DLC – Seats for 2 versions
How to Install Mod in car mechanic simulator 2018:
Download the file. Unzip the archive. Copy the folder to the folder “Car Mechanic Simulator 2018/cms2018_Data/StreamingAssets/Car”.
Avoid double folders, look carefully so that there is a folder with the name of the car and its files.
- Porsche DLC
- Tuning DLC
- Rims DLC
Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33) for Car Mechanic Simulator 2018