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R34 Production Colours | See Also: Production Dates Breakdown

 

Nissan Skyline R34 Production Numbers

3W9 - Black #?/White #? BV5 - Dark Metal Blue GV1 - Black Pearl KV2 - Athlete Silver QM1 - White TV2 - Bayside Blue
AR2 - Active Red EV1 - Lightning Yellow JW0 - Millennium Jade LV4 - Midnight Purple II QT1 - Pearl White WV2 - Sparkling Silver
BP9 - Dark Blue Pearl EY0 - Silica Brass KR4 - Sonic Silver LX0 - Midnight Purple III QX1 - Pearl White  
            3W9 AR2 BP9 BV5 EV1 EY0 GV1 JW0 KR4 KV2 LV4 LX0 QM1 QT1 QX1 TV2 WV2 Total Series
BNR34                                            
  GT-R (Series 1) Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   47     19 - 345 - 412 208 65 66 941 - - 606 - 2709  
  V-Spec Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   61     44 - 522 - 514 227 282 132 1222 - - 1190 - 4194  
  V-Spec N1 Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   -     - - - - - - - - 38 - - - - 38  
  V-Spec (Great Britain) Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   11     3 - 10 - 0 22 0 1 0 - - 34 - 81  
  V-Spec (Hong Kong) Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   0     0 - 1 - 0 0 0 0 1 - - 8 - 10  
  V-Spec (New Zealand) Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   1     1 - 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 - - 3 - 5  
  V-Spec (Singapore) Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   2     1 - 2 - 1 0 0 0 1 - - 3 - 10  
  Unknown (Series 1) Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp                                   19 7066
  GT-R (Series 2) Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   -     - - 167 - - 31 - - 246 - 196 312 316 1268  
  V-Spec II Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   -     - - 198 - - 44 - - 357 1 303 604 348 1855  
  V-Spec II N1 Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   -     - - - - - - - - 18 - - - - 18  
  V-Spec II (New Zealand) Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   -     - - 0 - - 1 - - 0 - 0 1 0 2  
  M-Spec Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   -     - 122 39 - - 0 - - 0 - 93 0 112 366  
  V-Spec II Nür Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   -     - - 62 156 - 0 - - 159 - 141 119 81 718  
  M-Spec Nür Coupe RB26DETT MT-6sp   -     - 9 24 144 - 0 - - 0 - 75 0 33 285 4512
                                                 
  By Colour       0 122 0 0 68 131 1370 300 927 533 347 199 2983 1 808 2880 890 11559  
  %       0.00 1.05 0.00 0.00 0.59 1.13 11.83 2.59 8.01 4.60 2.99 1.71 25.77 0.01 6.98 24.87 7.69 99.82  
  Total                                           11578
                                                 
                                                 
            3W9 AR2 BP9 BV5 EV1 EY0 GV1 JW0 KR4 KV2 LV4 LX0 QM1 QT1 QX1 TV2 WV2 Total Series
ER34                                            
  25GT (Series 1)   RB25DE   0 157 253 - 96   741   955 1175     933 277   0 - 4587  
  25GT Turbo (Series 1)   RB25DET   10 662 527 - 621   3632   1990 2249     5041 591   135 - 15458  
  GT-V (Series 1)   RB25DE   0 36 116 - 7   409   378 436     247 245   77 - 1951  
  25GT-X (Series 1) Sedan RB25DE AT-4sp 0 68 400 - 0   551   1320 2130     526 1180   0 - 6175  
  25GT-X Turbo (Series 1) Sedan RB25DET   0 65 170 - 0   514   585 1129     367 760   0 - 3590  
  25GT (Series 1) (Brunei) Sedan RB25DE AT-4sp 0 1 2 - 0   1   0 1     0 0   0 - 5  
  25GT Turbo (Series 1) (Brunei)   RB25DET   0 4 2 - 4   2   0 3     0 0   0   15  
  25GT (Series 1) (Hong Kong) Sedan RB25DE AT-4sp 0 17 18 - 0   8   20 39     3 7   0 - 112  
  25GT Turbo (S1) (Hong Kong) Coupe RB25DET AT-4sp 0 0 0 - 11   1   3 3     0 0   2 - 20  
  Unknown (Series 1)                                         72 31985
  25GT (Series 2) Sedan RB25DE   0 - - 34 -   44   - 71     43 10   12 60 274  
  25GT Turbo (Series 2)   RB25DET   25 - - 37 -   442   - 136     393 495   459 696 2863  
  GT-V (Series 2)   RB25DE   0 - - 27 -   163   - 111     146 197   155 533 1332  
  25GT-X (Series 2) Sedan RB25DE AT-4sp 0 - - 38 -   42   - 193     85 184   24 434 1000  
  25GT (Series 2) (Hong Kong) Sedan RB25DE AT-4sp 0 - - 0 -   0   - 2     0 1   0 0 3  
  25GT Turbo (S2) (New Zealand) Coupe RB25DET   0 - - 0 -   4   - 7     0 3   34 14 62 5354
                                                 
  By Colour       35 1010 1488 136 739 0 6554 0 5251 7685 0 0 7784 3950 0 898 1737 37267  
  %       0.09 2.71 3.99 0.36 1.98 0.00 17.57 0.00 14.08 20.61 0.00 0.00 20.87 10.59 0.00 2.41 4.66 99.94  
  Total                                           37339
                                               
                                               
            3W9 AR2 BP9 BV5 EV1 EY0 GV1 JW0 KR4 KV2 LV4 LX0 QM1 QT1 QX1 TV2 WV2 Total Series
ENR34                                            
  25GT FOUR (Series 1)   RB25DE     68 83 - 20   268   324 357     301 150   0 - 1571  
  25GT FOUR L Selection (S1) Sedan RB25DE     0 0 - 0   26   62 0     28 0   0 - 116  
  25GT-X FOUR (Series 1) Sedan RB25DE AT-4sp   19 64 - 0   125   219 288     75 255   0 - 1045  
  Unknown (Series 1)   RB25DE                                     25 2757
  25GT FOUR (Series 2) Coupe RB25DE AT-4sp   - - 0 -   11   - 7     15 10   10 23 76  
  25GT FOUR L Selection (S2) Sedan RB25DE     - - 23 -   49   - 32     39 58   20 131 352  
  25GT-X FOUR (Series 2) Sedan RB25DE AT-4sp   - - 8 -   24   - 30     18 55   7 81 223 651
                                                 
  By Colour       0 87 147 31 20 0 503 0 605 714 0 0 476 528 0 37 235 3383  
  %       0.00 2.55 4.31 0.91 0.59 0.00 14.76 0.00 17.75 20.95 0.00 0.00 13.97 15.49 0.00 1.09 6.90 99.27  
  Total                                           3408
                                                 
                                                 
            3W9 AR2 BP9 BV5 EV1 EY0 GV1 JW0 KR4 KV2 LV4 LX0 QM1 QT1 QX1 TV2 WV2 Total Series
HR34                                            
  GT (Series 1)   RB20DE     195 415 - 65   640   2291 2487     1440 918   0 - 8451  
  GT Special Edition (Series 1) Sedan RB20DE AT-4sp   41 113 - 0   174   772 910     289 499   0 - 2798  
  GT (Series 1) (Brunei) Sedan RB20DE AT-4sp   4 4 - 0   2   0 3     1 0   0 - 14  
  Unknown (Series 1)   RB20DE                                     20 11283
  GT (Series 2)   RB20DE     - - 84 -   122   - 395     230 249   41 915 2036  
  GT Special Edition (Series 2) Sedan RB20DE AT-4sp   - - 53 -   69   - 316     152 262   26 716 1594  
  GT (Series 2) (Brunei) Sedan RB20DE AT-4sp   - - 7 -   4   - 5     0 1   4 3 24 3654
                                                 
  By Colour       0 240 532 144 65 0 1011 0 3063 4116 0 0 2112 1929 0 71 1634 14917  
  %       0.00 1.61 3.56 0.96 0.44 0.00 6.77 0.00 20.51 27.56 0.00 0.00 14.14 12.91 0.00 0.48 10.94 99.87  
  Total                                           14937
                                                 
                                                 
  R34 By Colour       35 1459 2167 311 892 131 9438 300 9846 13048 347 199 13355 6408 808 3886 4496 67126  
  R34 %       0.05 2.17 3.22 0.46 1.33 0.19 14.04 0.45 14.65 19.41 0.51 0.29 19.87 9.53 1.20 5.78 6.69 99.87  
  Unknown                                         136  
  R34 Total                                           67262
                                                 
                                                 
            3W9 AR2 BP9 BV5 EV1 EY0 GV1 JW0 KR4 KV2 LV4 LX0 QM1 QT1 QX1 TV2 WV2    
3W9 - Black #?/White #? BV5 - Dark Metal Blue GV1 - Black Pearl KV2 - Athlete Silver QM1 - White TV2 - Bayside Blue
AR2 - Active Red EV1 - Lightning Yellow JW0 - Millennium Jade LV4 - Midnight Purple II QT1 - Pearl White WV2 - Sparkling Silver
BP9 - Dark Blue Pearl EY0 - Silica Brass KR4 - Sonic Silver LX0 - Midnight Purple III QX1 - Pearl White  

 

Nissan Skyline R34 Production Colours

Series 1 Colours   Code Name Paint Formula and Description
AR2 Active Red
HOW TO MAKE ACTIVE RED (AR2)

Glasurit 22 Line 2K 1L Formula:

22-M0: 197.8g
22-M326: 434.0g
22-A346: 205.9g
22-M6: 157.6g
22-M60: 42.6g
22-M43: 16.4g

AR2, the colour code for Active Red, is a very nice red that is both bright and deep in various lighting conditions! Making this colour in Glasurit paint requires 3 different reds just to achieve this unique paint! Lots of brilliant bright red is needed to start of the colour, followed by a burgundy red to help darken and deepen the colour. A red brown follows up afterwards to darken up and dirty up AR2, finishing up with some high strength white to slightly lighten the red and then some yellow/orange to give it a more orange tone. Thanks to the red brown tint darkening up the colour, black is not needed in this mix, which helps preserve the brightness and depth that makes Active Red stand out in a crowd!

  BP9 Dark Blue Pearl
HOW TO MAKE DARK BLUE PEARL (BP9)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.7g
55-M505: 205.9g
11-E330: 5.0g
55-A974: 203.7g
55-A929: 150.3g
55-A423: 96.3g
55-A556: 75.3g
55-M0: 15.2g

BP9, the colour code for Dark Blue Pearl, is a deep blue with a bright blue pearl riddled throughout the colour! This colour is only found on the Series 1 ER34s, ENR34s and HR34s! To make this paint in Glasurit, you need a lot of a medium blue pearl, with the addition of an almost equal amount of blue black pairing well with the blue pearl, and then some jet black to help increase the darkness of the colour. Adding in some bluish violet to give the colour a more purplish tone, a greenish blue to help control the colour flip and increase the blue factor, and a sprinkle of flash red pearl for that little bit of extra sparkle! Don’t forget some clear mixing binder to help hold the pearl together! Without effect additive, the blue pearl can be visible from a lot of different angles, letting the Dark Blue Pearl live up to its name! There are 2+ variants of the colour out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. To see which version is your exactly, visit a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!
  BV5 Dark Metal Blue
HOW TO MAKE DARK METAL BLUE (BV5)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.7g
55-M99/19: 91.4g
55-M99/20: 49.7g
55-A929: 208.6g
55-A974: 114.3g
55-A556: 109.0g
55-A532: 105.7g
55-A423: 63.2g

BV5, the colour code for Dark Metal Blue, is a very dark blue metallic that has a nice light coarse metallic shine in the sunlight! This colour is only found on the Series 2 ER34s, ENR34s and HR34s! To make this colour in Glasurit, you need some medium rounded aluminium silver and some coarse aluminium silver to start giving the colour a very dark appearance. A sizeable amount of jet black and blue black is added to improve the darkness of the colour. A greenish blue is mixed in to start its blue colour, which is then contrasted with some very dirty reddish blue to control the colour and give it a more “dirty” appearance. Finally, some violet blue is needed to finally give the colour an even darker blue tone and a slight purple tone. Putting all of that together makes the Dark Metal Blue that is well known with ER34, ENR34 and HR34 owners!
EV1 Lightning Yellow
HOW TO MAKE LIGHTNING YELLOW (EV1)

Glasurit 22 Line 2K 1L Formula:

White undercoat required to achieve the correct colour. Incorrect undercoat will result in poor paint coverage and an inaccurate colour match

22-M0: 200.1g
22-M146: 581.7g
22-M60: 273.9g
22-M5: 144.9g
22-M43: 38.1g
22-A126: 26.0g

EV1, the colour code for Lightning Yellow, is one R34 colour that is instantly recognisable for its intense yellow colour! Making this colour in Glasurit 2 Pack (2K) requires lots of Lemon Yellow, the brightest yellow possible to make the colour really pop! Adding in high strength white will lighten up the lemon yellow and help increase paint coverage. Ochre is added to darken/dirty up the colour, which is then offset by some yellow/orange tint to give EV1 its more iconic look. Finally, some tinting black is added in to slightly darken and dirty up the colour once more. You may wonder, why does it need so much white and dirty tints? Without those additions, it would cost way more to paint onto the vehicle due to yellow pigments being the most transparent colour pigments around, and it also wouldn’t make the iconic EV1 Lightning Yellow everyone knows and loves today! Author’s Note: This yellow is a personal favourite of mine!

GV1 Black Pearl
HOW TO MAKE BLACK PEARL (GV1)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.7g
55-M505: 4.7g
55-M010: 3.3g
11-E330: 1.2g
55-A929: 438.1g
55-A974: 239.9g
55-M1: 33.0g
55-M177: 19.7g
55-M0: 3.8g

GV1, the colour code for Black Pearl, is a nice black colour with hints of a few pearls to make the colour look even better than any ordinary black! Achieving this in Glasurit paint requires lots of deep black and blue black to start the black base, with a dash of organic yellow to give the colour a more yellow tone. Then all that’s needed is tiny amounts of blue pearl, white pearl and red pearl to give GV1 that multi colour sparkle! Can’t forget a dash of M0 mixing clear to help hold the pearls together and some M1 to make the pearls a lot more noticeable in the sunlight! No silvers in the colour allows for the pearl effect to be a lot more subtle on various angles! There’s 3+ different variations of GV1 out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. To find out exactly which one yours is, visit your local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

KR4 Sonic Silver
HOW TO MAKE SONIC SILVER (KR4)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.8g
55-M99/10: 336.9g
55-M99/19: 257.0g
55-A929: 75.4g
55-A974: 41.3g
55-M1: 18.3g
55-A548: 9.7g
55-A423: 6.4g

KR4, the colour code for Sonic Silver, is just one out of the two silvers available with the 1st series of the R34s. Making this in Glasurit paint requires a lot of fine aluminium silver and rounded aluminium silver to brighten up the colour when the sunlight hits the colour. Adding in some jet black and blue black helps to both darken and dirty up the silver, with some final touches of transparent greenish blue and violet blue to give the silver a more bluish tone. All of that, plus some M1 additive to brighten up the silver flakes, makes the Sonic Silver we all know today! There exists 3+ variations of KR4 out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. If you want to know exactly which version yours is, visit your local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

KV2 Athlete Silver
HOW TO MAKE ATHLETE SILVER (KV2)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 174.1g
55-M99/19: 343.6g
55-M99/10: 187.2g
55-A929: 94.9g
55-A974: 53.6g
55-A423: 33.0g
55-M1: 21.9g
55-A556: 12.8g

KV2, the colour code for Athlete Silver, is the second silver of the 1st series R34s and the first of the 2nd series R34s. Making this in Glasurit paint requires lots of rounded aluminium silver to give it a bright look and some fine aluminium to give the colour a bit more of a finer appearance. A lot of jet black and blue black helps darken up and dirty up the colour, along with some bluish violet to give the colour a bit of a purple tone. Adding in some M1 gives the colour some extra pop and little bit of strong greenish blue for a bit of extra green tone. All of that combined makes Athlete Silver! Compared to Sonic Silver, KV2 is a lot more shinier in the sun, but also darker when viewed at different angles, and the colour has a more purplish tone overall. Athlete Silver is quite the eye striking and very recognisable colour on both Series 1 and Series 2 models of the R34!

  LV4 Midnight Purple II
HOW TO MAKE Midnight Purple II (LV4)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 174.0
11-LE545: 94.5g
11-E650: 4.5g
55-M0: 296.7g
55-A929: 134.9g
55-A974: 114.0g
55-M1: 74.9g
55-A353: 30.1g

LV4, the colour code for Midnight Purple II, is a beautiful colour shifting purple that was first produced before the rarer MP3. Midnight Purple II contains colour shifting properties, allowing it to change from purple to blue to an orange-red on certain angles, with the blue/purple combo being more visible on multiple angles. Achieving this in Glasurit paint requires 11-LE545, giving the paint the more pronounced cyan blue tone chameleon pearl. A dash of 11-E650 helps increase greenish red pearls throughout the colour. And most importantly, 55-M1 Flip Control is needed to both enhance the cyan blue pearl look and adjust the colour flip angles to make the colour truly Midnight Purple II!

  LX0 Midnight Purple III
HOW TO MAKE Midnight Purple III (LX0)

Dark Grey undercoat required for best results

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.6g
11-LE535: 158.2g
55-M010: 12.0g
55-M0: 474.5
55-A929: 60.2g
55-A556: 27.1g
55-A974: 21.1g

LX0, the colour code for Midnight Purple III, is a widely recognised purple colour due to it's colour shifting properties. This is achieved in Glasurit paint by the 11-LE535 chameleon pearl that is used, allowing the colour to flip from blue to orange to purple when looking at the colour from various angles! A small amount of 55-M010 creates a more coarser pearl, and three other tints are used for colour control. And most importantly, 55-M0, the clear mixing base, along with the 352-91 reducer, helps hold the pigments together to create the rare Midnight Purple III!

QM1 White
HOW TO MAKE WHITE (QM1)


Glasurit 22 Line 2K 1L Formula:

22-M0: 196.5g
22-M60: 1008.9g
22-A126: 41.9g
22-A105: 25.2g
22-A131: 8.3g

QM1, the colour code for White used on various R34 models, may seem like just ordinary white, but it’s different in its own way to make contrast very differently when compared to a different solid white on a different vehicle! Making this in Glasurit 2 Pack (2K) paint for a solid, durable and accurate finish requires lots of high strength white and some tinting black to give the colour a darker and slight dirty appearance. It also needs some tinting ochre to give it a more yellow look and some tinting blue for some colour control. Most importantly, clear mixing binder is needed to hold all of that together to make the beautiful QM1 white! There are 7+ variations of this colour from the OEM factory compared to the standard version, so every R34 model production line will differ slightly. If you want to know exactly which version of QM1 is yours, take it to a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

QM1 White (for V-Spec N1)
HOW TO MAKE WHITE (QM1)


Glasurit 22 Line 2K 1L Formula:

22-M0: 196.5g
22-M60: 1008.9g
22-A126: 41.9g
22-A105: 25.2g
22-A131: 8.3g

QM1, the colour code for White used on various R34 models, may seem like just ordinary white, but it’s different in its own way to make contrast very differently when compared to a different solid white on a different vehicle! Making this in Glasurit 2 Pack (2K) paint for a solid, durable and accurate finish requires lots of high strength white and some tinting black to give the colour a darker and slight dirty appearance. It also needs some tinting ochre to give it a more yellow look and some tinting blue for some colour control. Most importantly, clear mixing binder is needed to hold all of that together to make the beautiful QM1 white! There are 7+ variations of this colour from the OEM factory compared to the standard version, so every R34 model production line will differ slightly. If you want to know exactly which version of QM1 is yours, take it to a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

TV2 Bayside Blue
HOW TO MAKE BAYSIDE BLUE (TV2)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.9g
55-M99/19: 75.9g
55-M99/10: 75.8g
55-M506: 63.8g
55-A589: 445.8g
55-A423: 41.4g
55-M1: 31.9g
55-A352: 7.1g

TV2, the colour code for Bayside Blue, is a very iconic colour for the R34 and is one of the most widely recognisable! Making this in Glasurit paint requires an almost equal amount of rounded aluminium silver and medium fine aluminium silver, giving just the right brightness and coarseness. The base of the actual blue colour requires a lot of a blue that has both a red blue flip and a slight green blue flip! Add in some violet to give it a purplish tone, a dark red for some colour control and lastly, but not least, a fine blue pearl and some M1 effect additive to truly make the colour pop in the sun! Without all those mixed together, it gives you the Bayside Blue that is gorgeous in both the sunlight and in the dark! This colour has a “Red” variation out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. To find out which version of TV2 yours is, visit a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

         
Series 2 Colours
  3W9 Black #?
/White #?

3W9 is an unknown two tone colour code, consisting of a white and a black, made only for 35 ER34s. With no information about the true colour codes of the individual colours that make up the two tone, it is unfortunately impossible to determine what colours they are. If you own an ER34 painted in 3W9, visiting a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology will help be able to determine what colours they are.

  EY0 Silica Brass
HOW TO MAKE SILICA BRASS (EY0)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 174.5g
55-M99/19: 487.6
55-M99/22: 137.7g
11-E330: 11.3g
55-A929: 48.4g
55-A974: 25.0g
55-M177: 19.6g
55-A353: 13.8g
55-A143: 6.7g
55-M1: 6.3g

EY0, the colour code for Silica Brass, (also known as the incorrectly translated name of Silica Breath) is a nice light goldish metallic with a surprise flash red pearl throughout it! It’s subtle, but it’s definitely there! Making this colour in Glasurit paint requires a lot of rounded aluminium silver for a nice bright shine in the sun, but also plenty of a bright aluminium silver that’s a touch coarser for a nice sparkle in the sun! Only a small amount of the flash red pearl is needed for a subtle pearl effect, combine with some M1 effect additive to make it slightly more visible in the sun! Both a jet black and blue black are needed for a slightly darker tone and a much dirtier look, with an addition of a magenta to clean it up a little and redden it slightly. And you can’t forget both a yellow orange tint and organic yellow tint to finally bring the colour to the sleek light gold it appears to be! There are 2+ variations of the colour out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. If you want to know exactly which version of EY0 yours is, visit a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

GV1 Black Pearl
HOW TO MAKE BLACK PEARL (GV1)


Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.7g
55-M505: 4.7g
55-M010: 3.3g
11-E330: 1.2g
55-A929: 438.1g
55-A974: 239.9g
55-M1: 33.0g
55-M177: 19.7g
55-M0: 3.8g

GV1, the colour code for Black Pearl, is a nice black colour with hints of a few pearls to make the colour look even better than any ordinary black! Achieving this in Glasurit paint requires lots of deep black and blue black to start the black base, with a dash of organic yellow to give the colour a more yellow tone. Then all that’s needed is tiny amounts of blue pearl, white pearl and red pearl to give GV1 that multi colour sparkle! Can’t forget a dash of M0 mixing clear to help hold the pearls together and some M1 to make the pearls a lot more noticeable in the sunlight! No silvers in the colour allows for the pearl effect to be a lot more subtle on various angles! There’s 3+ different variations of GV1 out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. To find out exactly which one yours is, visit your local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

  JW0 Millennium Jade
HOW TO MAKE MILLENIUM JADE (JW0)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 174.2g
55-M99/10: 414.6g
55-M99/19: 74.0g
55-A929: 128.6g
55-A335: 64.8g
55-A556: 27.0g
55-A640: 18.4g
55-A136: 15.7g
55-A125: 1.4g

JW0, the colour code for Millennium Jade, is a colour that many people will point towards the R34. It’s a very recognisable colour made only for the Nür R34 models! Millennium Jade is a nice greenish yellow metallic that in Glasurit Paint, has a lot of a medium fine aluminium silver and a small amount of rounded aluminium silver, making this a more finer metallic compared to a brighter metallic. Jet black helps give the colour its darker appearance, but is mainly helped by a transparent goldish red, followed up with a greenish blue. A blue green gives some support toward the green tone, which is then controlled by an iron yellow to give off a dark yellow gold tone. Finally, adding in just a tiny amount of white tint for slight lightening and milkiness gives JW0 its iconic look! There is a “Blue” variant of Millennium Jade out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. To check which version of JW0 yours exactly is, visit a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

KV2 Athlete Silver
HOW TO MAKE ATHLETE SILVER (KV2)


Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 174.1g
55-M99/19: 343.6g
55-M99/10: 187.2g
55-A929: 94.9g
55-A974: 53.6g
55-A423: 33.0g
55-M1: 21.9g
55-A556: 12.8g

KV2, the colour code for Athlete Silver, is the second silver of the 1st series R34s and the first of the 2nd series R34s. Making this in Glasurit paint requires lots of rounded aluminium silver to give it a bright look and some fine aluminium to give the colour a bit more of a finer appearance. A lot of jet black and blue black helps darken up and dirty up the colour, along with some bluish violet to give the colour a bit of a purple tone. Adding in some M1 gives the colour some extra pop and little bit of strong greenish blue for a bit of extra green tone. All of that combined makes Athlete Silver! Compared to Sonic Silver, KV2 is a lot more shinier in the sun, but also darker when viewed at different angles, and the colour has a more purplish tone overall. Athlete Silver is quite the eye striking and very recognisable colour on both Series 1 and Series 2 models of the R34!

QM1 White
HOW TO MAKE WHITE (QM1)

Glasurit 22 Line 2K 1L Formula:

22-M0: 196.5g
22-M60: 1008.9g
22-A126: 41.9g
22-A105: 25.2g
22-A131: 8.3g

QM1, the colour code for White used on various R34 models, may seem like just ordinary white, but it’s different in its own way to make contrast very differently when compared to a different solid white on a different vehicle! Making this in Glasurit 2 Pack (2K) paint for a solid, durable and accurate finish requires lots of high strength white and some tinting black to give the colour a darker and slight dirty appearance. It also needs some tinting ochre to give it a more yellow look and some tinting blue for some colour control. Most importantly, clear mixing binder is needed to hold all of that together to make the beautiful QM1 white! There are 7+ variations of this colour from the OEM factory compared to the standard version, so every R34 model production line will differ slightly. If you want to know exactly which version of QM1 is yours, take it to a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

QM1 White (for V-Spec II N1)
HOW TO MAKE WHITE (QM1)

Glasurit 22 Line 2K 1L Formula:

22-M0: 196.5g
22-M60: 1008.9g
22-A126: 41.9g
22-A105: 25.2g
22-A131: 8.3g

QM1, the colour code for White used on various R34 models, may seem like just ordinary white, but it’s different in its own way to make contrast very differently when compared to a different solid white on a different vehicle! Making this in Glasurit 2 Pack (2K) paint for a solid, durable and accurate finish requires lots of high strength white and some tinting black to give the colour a darker and slight dirty appearance. It also needs some tinting ochre to give it a more yellow look and some tinting blue for some colour control. Most importantly, clear mixing binder is needed to hold all of that together to make the beautiful QM1 white! There are 7+ variations of this colour from the OEM factory compared to the standard version, so every R34 model production line will differ slightly. If you want to know exactly which version of QM1 is yours, take it to a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!
QT1 Pearl White
HOW TO MAKE Pearl White (QT1)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent Base Layer 1L Formula:

352-91: 175.9g
55-M25: 764.0g
55-A307: 77.9g
55-A590: 21.5g
55-A927: 19.8g
55-A136: 18.6g

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent Pearl Layer 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.8g
55-M010: 61.4g
55-M0: 640.8g
55-M1: 25.8g

QT1, the colour code for Pearl White, is one colour that you will see on a lot of HR34s, ENR34s and ER34s, but you’ll never see on any GT-R BNR34 except for 1 S-Tune with a Sports Resetting package! But what makes it so different compared to QX1? The QT1 version of Pearl White has a much redder toned white base layer, using less white, a dark red oxide, slightly more of the reduced greenish blue but a lot less reduced black, and an iron yellow instead of an ochre, giving it a more yellower and darker appearance to QX1. Overall, the base white for QT1 leans closer to a red toned white base compared to the more yellow toned QX1 white base! The pearl layer for QT1 uses a small amount of a medium white pearl and lots of mixing clear binder for a more transparent pearl layer, whereas QX1 uses an approximately equal amount of diamond silver xirallic pearl and mixing clear binder to create a more opaque high sparkle pearl layer. QT1 is a lot cheaper to make compared to QX1, with the change of pearls used. In terms of value however, anyone interested in acquiring a GT-R BNR34 painted with QT1 will find that due to only 1 in that generation painted in QT1 out of the OEM factory, the value for that specific generation model is expected to be higher than normal!

  QX1 Pearl White
HOW TO MAKE PEARL WHITE (QX1)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent Base Layer 1L Formula:

352-91: 175.7g
55-M25: 816.3g
55-A927: 65.4g
55-A590: 17.4g
55-M105: 15.3g

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent Pearl Layer 1L Formula:

352-91: 174.1g
55-M919: 313.7g
55-M0: 354.2g
55-M1: 90.9g

QX1, the colour code for Pearl White, is a very coarse multi layer white pearl that looks very beautiful when the sunlight hits it! It is a very coarse pearl that will blow you away compared to a regular white colour! Making this in Glasurit paint requires 2 different layers. First, you need to make the white base layer, which requires heaps of high strength white and some reduced black tint to only darken and dirty the white very slightly. Too much black and the colour would be more of a grey, but not enough black and the white won’t cover an OEM panel very well, so reduced black is 100% necessary! Then some reduced greenish blue is needed for a bit of a bluey tint and most importantly, some yellow ochre for a touch of a yellow tone!

For the pearl layer, you need to use a lot of a very coarse diamond silver pearl that gives of a bright white sparkle effect at every angle! You also need lots of clear mixing binder to hold the pearl transparency layer together, along with some M1 effect additive to brighten up the pearl heaps directly in the sunlight! To apply the paint correctly, you need to apply the base layer first, and then the pearl layer over the top to give of that high sparkle QX1 pearl effect! There are over 12 variations of QX1 out of the OEM factory compared to the standard version! To find out which version of QX1 is yours exactly, visit a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

TV2 Bayside Blue
HOW TO MAKE BAYSIDE BLUE (TV2)


Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 173.9g
55-M99/19: 75.9g
55-M99/10: 75.8g
55-M506: 63.8g
55-A589: 445.8g
55-A423: 41.4g
55-M1: 31.9g
55-A352: 7.1g

TV2, the colour code for Bayside Blue, is a very iconic colour for the R34 and is one of the most widely recognisable! Making this in Glasurit paint requires an almost equal amount of rounded aluminium silver and medium fine aluminium silver, giving just the right brightness and coarseness. The base of the actual blue colour requires a lot of a blue that has both a red blue flip and a slight green blue flip! Add in some violet to give it a purplish tone, a dark red for some colour control and lastly, but not least, a fine blue pearl and some M1 effect additive to truly make the colour pop in the sun! Without all those mixed together, it gives you the Bayside Blue that is gorgeous in both the sunlight and in the dark! This colour has a “Red” variation out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. To find out which version of TV2 yours is, visit a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

WV2 Sparkling Silver
HOW TO MAKE SPARKLING SILVER (WV2)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 174.5g
55-M99/19: 386.4g
55-M99/10: 75.1g
55-A929: 132.5g
55-A974: 90.8g
55-A589: 25.0g
55-M1: 19.5g
55-A423: 10.2g
55-A097: 9.2g

WV2, the colour code for Sparkling Silver, is the second silver used for Series 2 R34s! To make Sparkling Silver in Glasurit paint, it needs a lot of rounded aluminium silver to make it look very bright in the sun, as the name of the colour implies! A small amount of fine aluminium silver helps give it a bit of a finer texture. And you can’t forget some jet black and blue black to both darken up the colour and dirty up the colour, which is a common usage in a lot of silver paints! Using some M1 additive will brighten up the silver sparkles, but that’s not all that’s needed to complete the colour. A fair amount of blue is needed to give the colour a blue tone, whilst some bluish violet helps push it slightly closer to a purplish tone! And finally, a tint that only this silver uses to make Sparkling Silver truly unique, a white additive with a frosty blue flip! This causes the colour to look more dirty and yellow in the sunlight, whilst on the side angle it produces a milky blue tone! Truly makes Sparkling Silver a one of a kind GT-R silver. There exists 5+ variations of WV2 out of the OEM factory compared to the Standard version. If you want to know exactly which version yours is, visit your local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

         
Nismo Z-Tune        
  KY0 Z-Tune Silver
HOW TO MAKE Z-TUNE SILVER (KY0)

Glasurit 55 Line Solvent 1L Formula:

352-91: 174.7g
55-M99/19: 656.4g
55-M99/22: 60.0g
55-A929: 24.0g
55-M1: 9.2g
55-A589: 4.9g

KY0, the colour code for Z-Tune Silver, is a very recognisable silver in the GT-R world that goes by many different names in various regions, such as Platinum Metallic, Diamond Silver Metallic, Chrome Silver and many more! Although it is a widely used colour on many Nissan vehicles up to this very day, only 19 GT-R R34s were chosen to be transformed into Z-Tunes and painted with this very colour! There exists 19+ different variations of KY0 from OEM productions! The Standard version of KY0 in Glasurit paint requires a lot of medium rounded aluminium silver just as a base for the colour. Adding in some bright aluminium with a crystal like texture helps make the silver sparkle more in the sunlight, especially with the M1 Flip Control opening up the silver particles so that they shine as bright as possible in the sun! And lastly, can’t forget to add some jet black to darken the colour slightly and some blue tint to give the silver a bluish tinge to it! If you happen to have a Z-Tune and want to know what version of KY0 yours is, take it to a local paint shop that specialises with spectrophotometer technology!

         
        Credit:
Paint formulas and descriptions kindly provided by Damian R.