Modified they have reached 245 iirc. When you raise rpm to 8500+ you are effectively adding an extra gear.Awesome, thanks! I thought I read on here that it was gear limited. There was a video on here of someone with a modified GTR videoing a 200+ mph run. The comments in the thread pointed out that the OP raised his rev limiter to 7300ish. The commenters in the thread said he would not of been able hit 200+ otherwise. The fastest I've been was 174 in my 2017 premium. The fastest I've ever been was 192 on my BMW S1000RR and that was crazy. Tunnel vision and blurry from all the vibration.
Thanks!These are really nice race seats and will drop more than 50 pounds right off.
Thanks! I just bought that 4 position pictogram lower for a transferable MP5 I bought in June. Got a new SP5 as well for time being, which I just form-1'd. Form1 should be approved in a month and the MP5 should be approved in December. Cant wait! I've been wanting one forever. Specifically a double pushpin by Billistic. Finally found a as new original for a below market at $40K from an estate sale. Market for the double pushpin is around 50K now n days. Its a Halo gun for me. I got about $700K in other transferables as well, but the MP5 is a bucket list gun for me.Nice Pistol/SBR Also....
Thanks MC! I can't wait to see them installed.
Yeah for sure. I definitely would not have swapped them out if we got those in the US. One interesting about the UK is they got the 2020 Track Edition. It is equally as rare there as it is here, but the specs are different. They got the CCBs, CF roof, front fenders and the Nismo wheels. What they did not get in theirs is the Nismo engine. So essentially they got a T-Spec in regular colors. What they did get on theirs that we did not is a carbon fiber trunk. Still has the dry carbon spoiler, but trunk portion is carbon fiber. Their hood might be CF as well, I cant remember. About two weeks ago, I called several Nissan parts dealers to try to source one of the track edition carbon fiber trunks, but no one could find a part number for it. I could find a Nismo CF trunk in white, both with and without the spoiler. However, I don't think the Nismo's spoiler holes are the same as the regular spoiler. Didn't want to spend 5-6K to find out. Not sure if anyone knows of the correct partnumber for the CF trunk that is setup for the regular spoiler.its just a shame that the US spec NISMOs and Track Editions dont get the OEM carbon backed seats when they do in UK europe and Japan so this is a great substitute
I wish I could get that trunk. I'll keep looking around. There might be a source in Japan that has them with or without the wing.yeah my NISMO wing is center mounted so there holes wont align with the other wing on the sides
speaking of T spec in Japan there was a t spec track edition and a t spec based off the premium. Here we got one T spec that had parts from both.
the JDM track edtion T Spec gets the trunk
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I wish I could get that trunk. I'll keep looking around. There might be a source in Japan that has them with or without the wing.
As you mentioned, I saw Japan got a Nismo powered T-Spec. That would be spec/model to have if we got them. In Japan, I thought I heard that the Nismo engine is only offered in the purple T-Spec, not the millennial Jade.
All the TEs & T-specs in Canada and UK did not come with the Nismo engine. I believe Australia as well. Wonder what other markets got Nismo powered Non-Nismo cars outside of Japan and the US.
Yes. The gigantic 16.2" Nismo CCBs were the only available option for the 2020 Track Edition. It was a 15K option. The Nismo engine, wheels, roof and everything else was standard. We think the CCBs had something to do with the abnormally high dyno numbers, due to less drivetrain loss than spinning heavier steel rotors. I would imagine they made a 15-20ish whp difference measured at the wheels.Are those the same brakes as the Nismo CCMs?