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Discussion in 'American Cars' started by Spyder757, Dec 1, 2007.
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He was running with the wind. Must have been 50MPH gusts.
Perhaps. I just have a hard time beliving that a car that weighs over 600 lb. more and makes 50 less HP will own the Z06 especially on the track. It might have an advantage in a straight line, but I'm not seeing that AWD giving it that much of an advantage on the twisties.
Yes, interior does look better and I'm sure it rides better. Hell, it should with that much weight.
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The GTRs AWD will help it plenty in the handling department. It's not a "Look at me ma all 4 wheels is spinnin'!!!" kind of AWD. It's really, REALLY advanced. That said I still don't know if it will ultimately be faster than a Z06, purely because of the power/weight ratio. THAT said I think I'd still take the GTR for the money. Especially the higher HP/lighter/more tuned versions that will undoubtedly arrive.
Wow thats fast for stock car.Lol wonder how dodge will handle this >.
Ya, I've read all the articles and reveiws. AWD really does not give you that much of an advantage on a road course in normal conditions. Certainly not enough to overcome that kind of weight. Not sure how much lighter it will get considering most of the weight is probably coming from the AWD, but I know it definitely has room to grow as far as HP goes given the Skyline's reputation.
I think this will be a great street car and maybe 1/4 mile car, but I'm seriously doubting it will compete well with the lghter, higher HP RWD cars no a road course. I might be wrong though.
I think a lot of the weight is in it's fluffy, nice interior too. I bet a more stripped version could drop a few pounds. Certainly not enough to get it into C6 or Ferrari territory weight wise, but probably a good amount.
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The guy has a GT2 as well...
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lol... Well, it is a dragstrip we're talking about here, right?
I know it's a joke, but it's not like you'll get these #s on an airfield.
Why can't any magazines pull near that time in the Z06?
Because they do not OWN the car. Thus they cannot take the time to learn the perfect shift points, neutral drop rpm, or do any maintenence of any sort. N00b.
Why is raca4life such a #$%#ing n00b? He can't be real. Has to be a second account of w00t, pandabeat, or some other shitty member.
PS. I love you, Pandabeat.
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Haha neutral drop? Perfect shift points? Maintenance?! r u srs? no
bonestock? textbook spyder
What was the record before this? Does he say what tyre pressures he used?
The old record is still on this forum's front page, 11.1.
Yes, he is Lotak Sirius! There are perfect shift points, there is a perfect RPM to launch at, and after a car has several thousand miles on it, it will run quicker. FYI, if you are real good, you can shift without using the clutch Read up on cars much?
Why can't any magazines pull near Nissan's time at the N-Ring?
They don't play GT3.