I got such a good response from the Omori Factory built R34, that I thought I wouldn’t waste any time in posting up their S-Tune R32 build as well. The concept of the S-Tune R32 is to remain a street car. As a result, the body style has remained relatively unchanged. To obtain maximum street-able performance that does not exceed the chassis’s strength is an important key in Japanese motor sports. Thanks to our partner site JDM Clips for snagging these shots at Nismo Festival. JDM Clips is one of the most watched channels Japanese motor sports on YouTube with loads of awesome content. Be sure to click the link on the sidebar to check it out. Click past the break to see more.
While the exterior remains relatively unchanged, rest assured that Omori Factory and NISMO have put their gifted hands all over this thing. While it’s younger brother rocks the fully built R2 RB, the R32 is equipped with the completely rebuilt S2 engine. Keen eyes will also notice the R34 had Omori Spec LM GT4’s, while the R32 has a regular black set. So which one would you prefer?