2009 Nissan Gt-r Custom on 2040-cars
Harrison City, Pennsylvania, United States
2009 Nissan GT-R Premium 725 WHP, Alpha 9, Motec M-1, Forged Performance Stage II Trans Upgrade
This GT-R has several track records at Watkins Glen 2:09, Millville, NJ Lightning ( 1:03;48 ), VIR, Mt.
Tremblance ( 1:39 ), COTA, TX (2:24:20), etc. Like everyone else I had to suffer through a long list of OEM short
comings that make this car poorly suited for a road course event longer then 15 mins in the summer. GT-R currently
fitted with taller wing pylons proven to be necessary with wind tunnel tests and test driving at the track, lower
pylons are available if buyer request.
In order to correct these problems one at a time and to enjoy the true race purebred buried deep inside
beneath all the factory defects, I have upgraded this car with the following systems / parts. For 2 years non stop
I have poured my heart, soul, wallet and engineering experience into solving every single problem that has limited
the GT-R from being the truly great car that it was designed to be. How the factory every thought that 265 F engine
coolant was going to adequately cool 285 F trans oil in a liquid to liquid heat exchanger the size of a soup can is
a mystery. But, by adding the extra Setrab cores, fans, pumps, filters to the trans oil, Front and Rear diff oil,
engine oil, systems even during the most brutal summer race this is the ONLY GT-R that will never red line the
trans oil, cook the diff oil, or worse yet - drop into LIMP MODE doing 180 MPH on the back straight at Watkins
Glen, or the bowl at Pocono !
Nissan GT-R for Sale
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Auto blogThu, 11 Jul 2013
Chasing The Legend
There are only a handful of vehicles in existence that can change you permanently - ones that have the power to rewire your concept of speed to fit their definition. Some five years after the Nissan GT-R legally touched down here in the US for the first time, the coupe is still bending perceptions of what it means to be a supercar in the modern age. For 2014, engineers reworked the GT-R's twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine for more power, tweaked the transmission and massaged the suspension for ever more speed. Yes, that's right, I said more speed.
The changes have sharpened one of the best performance buys on the market into a weapons-grade track assault vehicle that just so happens to be street legal. More than ever, this is a car that rankles established supercar players with names like Lamborghini, Ferrari and Porsche, and does so with a Nissan badge on the hood.
A few years back, when Daimler was looking for a partner to spread the cost of development of small cars, it agreed to collaborate with Nissan on future products, such as vehicle platforms and drivetrains. The latest development in the collaboration concerns the assembly of small luxury cars for Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz at a Nissan plant in Mexico, two unnamed sources told Reuters.
The plant in question, Aguascalientes, is a $2 billion project that will open later this year next to an existing Nissan factory. The upcoming Infiniti Q30 four-door hatchback is expected to be built there, possibly alongside the Mercedes GLA-Class, which is one of several candidates Mercedes is considering to build at this facility, Reuters reports. The GLA will debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show this month, and initial production of the model will take place in Germany. The Q30 could follow a similar path, with assembly starting at Nissan's Sunderland plant in the UK, and then expanding to Aguascalientes later on.
The underlying platform of the Q30 and GLA, codenamed New Generation Compact Car (NGCC), was developed by Daimler. The Q30 would be the first Infiniti produced under the automakers' agreement. Last year, Nissan agreed to make engines that would find their way into Mercedes and Infiniti vehicles.
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.