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2006 Nissan Sentra Se-r Spec V Sedan 4-door 2.5l, Stanced, Nitrous on 2040-cars

US $8,000.00
Year:2006 Mileage:89129
Location:

West Hempstead, New York, United States

West Hempstead, New York, United States

Condition:

88,9XX miles.  Non-Brembo, no sunroof. Clean title.  Purchased in 2008 with 15K on the clock, 2nd owner.  Will provide CARFAX upon request.  All work done by me (except clutch, flywheel, see below).  Comes with the following stock parts that were removed at about 17K, intake, full exhaust (including header, all CATs, mid pipe), Spec-V struts and springs, stock 17" Spec-V wheels.  Plus a winter set of wheels/tires, see below for details.

 Paint - 9 out of 10.  Car was wrapped in matte white vinyl for 2 years.  Compounded or clay bared twice a year, every year.  Three small spots where vinyl took some clear coat when peeling it off.

 Engine: Synthetic oil every 3K up to 65K then conventional ever since.  Coolant, belt replaced at 65K.  New NGK spark plugs and Denso coils replaces at 86K.  New Optima red top, put on last winter.  Never had any mechanical issues.

 Drivetrain: Transmission fluid replaced at 45K.  New clutch, flywheel, clutch bearing, axles, transmission fluid replaced at 80K (all OEM, work done by Garden City Nissan), new OEM front control arms, done around the same time by me. 

 Mods:

 Engine:  Polyurethane motor mount inserts, AEM cold air intake, K&N filter (probably 100 miles on it), 75 wet shot nitrous set up: NX fuel, nitrous & purge solenoids, NOS fogger drilled into the intake pipe before TB, Dyno-tune Lean shut off switch and their RPM window switch, 25 lb bottle, remote bottle opener which not installed.  Timing is retarded by 2 degrees for nitrous.  XS header, mid-pipe, resonator, hi flow ebay CAT, custom bent 2.5in side exit exhaust.  AEM wideband, Apexi SAFC II.  Dyno tune results from about 3 years ago from memory, don't have the print out anymore: N/A - ~180hp, ~200tq, 75 shot -  ~240hp, ~270tq.

 Exterior:  '07 WRX lip, Speedzone rear visor, rolled and pulled front fenders, rolled inner lip and slight pull on rear fenders, trimmed inner liners and sharp edges in the front wheel wells, no rubbing (except rear passenger side with 4 people on the rear, due to our suspension geometry, can be fixed with a rear beam centering kit) 

 Suspension: K-sport control pro coilovers, rears were put on at 17K, fronts were replaced with V2 at 65K, no leaks on both, excellent compression for low height, new OEM controls arms with bushings.  Have new front sway bar bushing that I never put on.

 Brakes: cross drilled and slotted Brembo rotors (non-Brembo replacements) with Hawk pads replaced at @75K. 

 Wheels/tires: Rota D2s, powdercoated gloss back.  Front 17x7.5 +35 with 25mm spacers with integrated studs, 17x8.5 rears +22.  No cracks or bends.  Wheels were powdercoated about 4 years ago, overall coat condition is about 7.5/10, have a few chips on rear from rocks hitting them because of them poking out over the tire.  Falkens 205/40/17 all around.  Tires have about 15K on them, good condition.  Comes with 2 other sets of wheels, stock 17 Spec-V wheels, good condition, Continental tires with about 25K on them, 15" stock '01-03 Sentra wheels (painted bronze) with snow tires, tires have about 3K on them.   

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