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    i never heard any GTR dyno 460 whp, 400~30ish whp is the number i've heard

    and awd lost 20%? my friend's bone stock EVO and many owners could prove it wrong, my friend only lose 15.2%, 236whp

    you are just making many of your own assumptions to favor GT3

    i love GT3, but i look at facts



    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Antonov View Post
    Lets say it has the least drive train loss out of any AWD car out there @ 20%, and they're putting down around 460 AWHP, that means it would be somewhere near 570. Its not enough to make a "huge" difference, but it all adds up.

    Having worked @ a Porsche specialist doing race prep, I have seen many 6 GT3's in many different specs. Most street cars are well over the 3075 figure, more like 3160-32XX depending on spec. I dont have any print outs and its not my business to post any of other peoples' cars. In regards to GTR corner weights. I have never seen GTR weigh ins, but I wouldn't be surprised if they're a bit less than published.
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    Stock GTR dyno:

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bym4KeAz3M0[/YOUTUBE]

    436.5 HP
    425.3 Torque

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    15% dtl for a stock awd is impressive. Even @ 435 with 15% the number are quite different than Nissan's claimed. To each his own, I know what I'll be looking @.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaku View Post
    i never heard any GTR dyno 460 whp, 400~30ish whp is the number i've heard

    and awd lost 20%? my friend's bone stock EVO and many owners could prove it wrong, my friend only lose 15.2%, 236whp

    you are just making many of your own assumptions to favor GT3

    i love GT3, but i look at facts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Antonov View Post
    15% dtl for a stock awd is impressive. Even @ 435 with 15% the number are quite different than Nissan's claimed. To each his own, I know what I'll be looking @.
    i was even more imressive when i saw some CR owners dyno 240+ on hub dyno!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaku View Post
    i was even more imressive when i saw some CR owners dyno 240+ on hub dyno!!
    Isn't that a 0% drivetrain loss?
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    I wonder why they chose the GT-R and not the ZR1?

    Nissan GT-R Fire-Fighting Safety Car Now Patrols The Ring
    By Matt Hardigree

    The 2010 Nissan GT-R is one of the quickest cars around the 'Ring, which explains why the Nubrugring selected it as a fire-fighting, life-saving rapid response vehicle.

    When it comes to Nurburgring's Nordschliefe, seconds count for both automakers and injured drivers. This is why the GT-R is an ideal way to get safety crews out to any tourists wiping out on the ring. In addition to the special graphics and lightbar, the GT-R features a full roll cage, racing seats, emergency equipment and a large tank of fire retardant hooked up to a quick-release hose.


    http://jalopnik.com/5329686/nissan-g...-ring/gallery/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 600RR_Rocket View Post
    I wonder why they chose the GT-R and not the ZR1?
    Because EMT's can't drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 600RR_Rocket View Post
    I wonder why they chose the GT-R and not the ZR1?

    More space for equipment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 600RR_Rocket View Post
    I wonder why they chose the GT-R and not the ZR1?
    because Nissan donated the GTR. and GM was bankrupt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 600RR_Rocket View Post
    I wonder why they chose the GT-R and not the ZR1?

    The GTR is more economical. They can rotate all four tires anyway they want to extend treadlife, identical size all four corners. i know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard EVO View Post
    Nissan built a car that weighs 3800 lbs. and drives itself around the Nurburgring faster than any Porsche with their best factory test driver behind the wheel.

    Will wonders never cease.
    Does it matter how the car was built? Or how much it weighs? Whether it's a front or mid engine? It can be driving on one wheel for all I care, as long as it goes around the track from start to finish with the quickest time(which is the ultimate goal of a true sport/track car) and almost half the retail price of its competitor then it has my vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R Motorsports View Post
    Does it matter how the car was built? Or how much it weighs? Whether it's a front or mid engine? It can be driving on one wheel for all I care, as long as it goes around the track from start to finish with the quickest time(which is the ultimate goal of a true sport/track car) and almost half the retail price of its competitor then it has my vote.
    +1

    the only thing i like GTR is its laptime and that's all i care!

    and it's one of the fastest street car many more pp can afford!
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