This just in! GT-R V-spec 'ring time!!!

Discussion in '2009 Nissan GT-R SpecV' started by bananatucker, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. #1 bananatucker, Jan 15, 2009
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  5. #5 HeyHuub, Jan 27, 2009
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  6. hey dickhed they Boosted the HP, it's not the stock Vspec so who gives a shit. There are TONS of juiced up versions of other cars that destroy this time.
     
  7. hey dickhed they Boosted the HP, it's not the stock Vspec so who gives a shit. There are TONS of juiced up versions of other cars that destroy this time.
     
  8. Hang on...who was that directed at?
     
  9. the idiot that thought it was the stock version time. He didn't even read the article he posted. That makes him DUMB!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  10. So in other words, all that was for me.

    Read the SC.net and autoblog articles again. The only thing that could be mistaken as a non-stock option would be the 70 extra horsepower, but if you had read the sc.net article carefully, you would have caught this:

    "Performance is enhanced with a new high gear boost control device, which momentarily increases boost of the engine's twin turbochargers for greater torque in the intermediate-to-high speed ranges to provide a more powerful feeling of acceleration, while also allowing the engine to operate at a lower speed for improved fuel economy."

    Perhaps that explains the claimed 70 extra ponies, but even then, you'd have to trust the user who tipped the autoblog writer off as a reliable source (which I don't. He's the only one making the 70 horsepower claim outright). As for the weight loss, I'm not sure where they get their 330 lb number. Other people are saying anywhere from 40-70 and a weight loss of 130-190 lbs. An early brochure leaked from Japan shows the Spec V is making 520 ps (or 512.88 hp) and lost 100 kg (or 220 lbs).

    So...pick your source.
     
  11. then in you little post you should have said HP boost INSTEAD of This just in! GT-R V-spec 'ring time. ITS A MODIFIED V Spec so it counts for nothing. Christ with after market tunning have seen some of the numders Porsche and others have put out
     
  12. How is it modified if the Spec V comes with a high-boost feature and 220 lbs of weight reduction from the factory?
     
  13. Are you dumb??????????????????????????????????
    the article you posted STATES THEY BOOSTED power BY 70hp
     
  14. I know I'm new to this argument but....., Are YOU DUMB?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

    Just because, it says they boosted power by 70hp, how does this make it aftermarket MODIFIED!?!? I mean I'm NO whiz kid on performance, but according to YOU the Corvette ZR1 is also aftermarket modified as well, RIGHT?!?!?!?!?!

    I mean after all you're smarter than everyone here, and you act like your sh*t don't stink, so if you don't mind PLEASE enlighten us all here, IF YOU CAN!

    Based on your posts about the car at hand.
     
  15. hey a gt-r vs rossion q1 aka noble m400? whats ur feedback. and also hey are both similarly priced..gt-r bit less....and similar performance.... wonder which one would win overall... straightline and around a track..plus overall novelty n owning.
     

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