Their ZR1 test resulted in ZR1 does zero to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds (3.5
seconds with 1 foot of rollout) and gets through the quarter-mile in
The 2009 Nissan GT-R SpecV takes off instantly with virtually no tire
spin, and the car catapults to 60 mph from a standstill in 3.7 seconds
(3.3 seconds with 1 foot of rollout), while the quarter-mile flies by
in 11.5 seconds. The 1/4 mile was supposed to be the ZR1's BEST
advanage and even there it's a wash, and acutally the Spec-V BEATS the
ZR1 with a 1 foot rollout like in a dragstrip HAHAHAHAHAHA. Also, the
SPEC-V also had the 2nd best timefor EDMUNDS with a 74.7 MPH Slalom
behind the GT3RS. ZR1 got 1.06Gs on Edmunds test on the skidpad and
the Spec-V got 1.16Gs
ZR1=dissapearing speck in SPEC-V's mirror.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA, I can't wait till the SPEC-V PWNS the ZR1 at the RING
The Funny thing is that the GTR Spec-V is NOT even the high
performance version of the GTR.
It's not even like a Z06 is to a Corvette. The Spec- NUR would be
comprable to the ZO6.
Get REAL PAL, GT Channel just did their test, 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, 1/4
Name ONE magazine or ONE Televised Car Magazine that has ANYTHING
CLOSE to that for the ZR1?
Even a BASE 100% STOCK GTR has done 10.3 seconds with 1 foot rolling
start at at drag strip.
I expect that with a great driver and 1 foot rolling start, a Spec-V
can do 9.99 in the 1/4 mile.
Wait till The Spec-V runs the Ring Next Month, also, top speed of the
Spec-V is estimated @ 210mph thanks to a 0.27 coefficient of drag and
the high gear turbo boost device for 80 seconds of extra torque.
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