2010 Nissan Gt-r Gtr on 2040-cars
Lakeview, Oregon, United States
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For Sale is a very clean and fast full street GTR. My goal was 1000+ whp while maintaining full street
manners. I dislike loud raspy, drony cars; this is one of, if not the quietest cruising monster GTR that’s been
offered for sale. Around town it’s not much louder than a stock GTR, at WOT it throws 4 foot flames out the
back. I purchased the car with most of the mods and all the big stuff finished (motor, tranny, etc.). Since I
have owned it, I finished the interior in full alcantera (roof, back, lower dash, etc.), added more carbon, added
sound deadening, switched to a Linney Titan 4” exhaust with custom 4” resonated midpipe (car has least amount
of drone of any high HP GTR I have heard), cleaned up and updated some of the engine bay wiring, upgraded to ECUtek
5.2, added custom ultra-lightweight forged signature 20” wheels with cup2 tires, added new DDS axels and did all
I have owned the car for approximately 1200 miles, including a 2 day 300 mile road trip through the mountains with
no issues. Mileage is now around 2500 on the full build. I have only taken it to the track once and made 1 pass
(was kicked out due to no cage) which did 9.7@157mph (crappy track not the best traction) on the current 20”
street tires in street trim, street tune etc. This is with boost set at 22psi in lower gears; car should do 8s @
160+ if owner choses to bolt on some drag radials and crank up the boost in lower gears. I am into street cars not
race cars so I never bothered going back to the track. I vboxed 60-130 an average of 4.0. I have ran the car vs.
a few high HP cars worth running around here (which is not many) from a roll and it has never lost, also beat all
the liter bikes (r1, s1000rr, 1299s, etc.) including a 2015 nitrous cbr1000 (have videos). The car hooks really
well on the current setup in all gears as long as its above 65F; all of the power is actually usable on the street.
All the service is up to date, in the past 800 miles the injectors were checked and new O-rings put on, new TB
intake manifold extension harnesses, new yellow top 51r battery, new front Brembo pads (200 miles ago), full dealer
alignment, replaced rear coolant hoses and coolant flush, new DDS axels (400 miles ago), new IC clamps and car has
been boost leak tested. Car is flexfuel so you can mix any pump or e85 gas and it adjusts the power according to
the blend (from about 800hp on lowest pure 92 pump setting). Car idles very well, can be daily driven, everything
is sorted out.
Nissan GT-R for Sale
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Auto blogSat, 26 Oct 2013 18:03:00 EST
Nissan has announced pricing for the 2014 Pathfinder Hybrid, which was revealed earlier this year at the 2013 New York Auto Show. Offering two- or all-wheel drive, the hybridized crossover sports a 3.5-liter V6 and a 15-kilowatt electric motor, for a total of 250 system horsepower and 243 pound-feet of torque. Those numbers match up well with the 260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque put out by the V6-powered Pathfinder. Naturally, fuel economy sees a hefty boost, to 25 miles per gallon in the city and 28 mpg on the highway, bumps of five and two mpg, respectively.
The Pathfinder Hybrid is available in three grades. Prices start at $35,100 for an SV and jump to $38,050 for the mid-level SL. A top-flight Platinum, meanwhile, moves the price up to $42,750. Adding all-wheel drive to the package bumps the price up to $1,600 across the range, and keep in mind that these prices don't include Nissan's $860 destination charge. Take a look below for the full press release from Nissan, including detailed pricing charts for both the Hybrid and V6 Pathfinder.
We wouldn't hold it against you if you'd never heard of the FSO Syrena Sport. FSO built the long-enduring Syrena for some 17 years nonstop, and while the machines were mostly plodding family sedans, engineers at FSO did create one version with a bit more zest. The Syrena Sport was a two-door coupe that borrowed design cues from Ferrari and was powered by a two-cylinder, air-cooled boxer engine. While originally intended for production, economic woes kept the machine from ever seeing the light of day.
Now, the Syrena Sport is back, though in a slightly different configuration. Entrepreneur Rafal Czubaj has resurrected the name for a special one-off creation designed by Pavlo Burkatskyy. This time around, there is no oddball boxer under the hood, however. Czubaj chose to use the underpinnings from the Nissan 370Z, complete with its 3.7-liter V6 engine. Buyers can choose between a 330-horsepower tune or a 450-hp iteration, and with a curb weight of 2,865 pounds, the car should be plenty quick. Expect acceleration to 60 miles per hour in around 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 180 mph.
Just like the DeltaWing and ZEOD RC racecars, it takes seeing the Nissan BladeGlider concept live to get a true appreciation for its design. But that doesn't mean it's any less weird. The wedge-shaped, three-seat concept car hit the stage today at the Tokyo Motor Show, and Nissan says the car is an "exploratory prototype" for a future production model.
The BladeGlider is defined by its design with front wheels that are just about three feet apart, while the rear has a more conventional track. Opening the scissor doors reveals a center driving position flanked by two passenger seats with a cockpit-inspired design. Although no power figures were revealed for the conceptual vehicle, Nissan does say that the BladeGlider is an all-electric vehicle with its battery pack mounted toward the rear of the car helping to provide a 30/70 weight distribution front to rear.
Check out our live images of the BladeGlider as well as the Nissan press release below.