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2010 Gun Metal Grey GT-R /Bethesda, MD / $66,500 / 14,1xx miles

11 May 2014 - 07:26 PM

2010 Premium
Stock Drive train
Mileage: 14,1xx
Title with bank in Bethesda, MD
Gun Metal Grey/Black interior
Bethesda, MD

Contact Via PM, email (nnilubol@yahoo.com) or text (240-396-7042)
Local Pick Up: Yes
Shipping: At Buyers Expense
Payment: Wire Transfer, Cashiers Check
Returns Accepted: No
Trades Accepted: No
Test Drives: Considered for serious buyers
Reason for Sale: moving to new house. need cheaper toy

This is a 2010 GTR which has been well kept in garage unless it's a good day to drive. I never do "launch" or drag racing, not my style because that puts a lot of stress to drive train. It has 14,100 miles or so on it. This car has been very well maintained. I changed engine, transmission and differential fluid more frequent than recommendation. Car never has a single problem with overheat or anything for that matter. There was a minor accident that the car shifted while in the trailer due to improper tie-down and the rear quater panel has been replaced by the only GTR-certified body shop, in VA. NO ACCIDENT SHOWN IN CARFAX.
Bonus includes a service package that I bought when I purchased the car from Passport Nissan, Alexandria, VA . Everything including labor is paid for ( I think there is still 1 more year on that, I will confirm later if it's transferable, but I think so). Tires are R888 285 square since last November, with plenty of life left.
Upgrades: Lo-Jack anti-theft, clear-bra 3M front and side mirrors, brake pads are Endless N05U which is endurance racing pad and it works way better than most GTR pads I tried. Rotors are upgraded as OEM cracks very easily from heat stress. Front are RacingBrake open-slot and Rear are PFC. Front is 1 year old, Rear were from last November.(barely any miles on them). LED shift-light (customizable to your liking) which makes shifting very easy as you can see progressive light and flashing. Car has been recently detailed by one of the best shops in VA.
Brake lines have been changed to stainless steel for superior performance and feel. Titanium heat shield on all 4 brakes and I never once have soft pedal or overheated brake fluid. I also have jack pad that fits the slot for GTR as well as aluminum block when you put the car on jack stand. I also have light weight red tow hook for spare and Stillen front license plate installed. I just found Dr. Color chip (touch up color repair kit) that I never use and I will include that as well.

I'm very motivated to sell and the price is negotiable.
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Recommended (and reasons for) engine oil viscosity for track use please

19 August 2013 - 08:40 AM

Hi guys,
I know there must be a topic about this somewhere but a few quick search did not come up exactly and so many other threads. I've been using 0W40 Mobil 1 for the track (as manual says the engine was designed with 0W40 in mind) and my car is mainly for track use. I've heard a lot about 15W50 or some other more viscous oil.
What do people use (brands, viscosity) and why please? Evidence (Blackstone analysis) would be great!
Or someone can simply direct me to the thread that this issue discussed. Sorry for being lazy and not looking harder.
Thanks a bunch.

Can (and how do) I fit 405 mm. PFC front rotors to 2010 GTR

13 August 2013 - 11:00 AM

Hi guys,
Need help from someone who has done this before. I know that 405 mm. front slotted rotors are for 2011 or later (http://www.part-box....oducts_id=81838). I like the idea of bigger, thicker rotors (more heat capacity) for track (ab)use. Can I just put caliper spacer there and it would work? or I need deeper caliper bolts? or this would never work at all and I have to stick with dimple 380 rotors (http://tinyurl.com/knfgy5o). I talked to folks at Performance Friction and they cannot confidently say how it would work or not.