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1993 Nissan Skyline GT-R 1/4 mile Drag Racing timeslip specs 0-60

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Performance Data

  • 1/4 Mile ET:

    10.430
  • 1/4 Mile MPH:

    136.500
  • 1/8 Mile ET:

    6.820
  • 1/8 Mile MPH:

    106.800
  • 0-60 Foot ET:

    1.700
  • VBOX 60-130 MPH:

  • Standing 1 Mile MPH:

  • Temperature F:

    0.0
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Dyno Data

  • Horsepower @ wheels:

    546.60
  • Torque @ wheels:

    497.00
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Car and Driver Data

  • Car Make:

    Nissan
  • Car Model:

    Skyline
  • Car Type:

    GT-R
  • Car Year:

    1993
  • Driver:

    Grant Russell
  • E-Mail:

    Private
  • Videos:

    Skyline Videos
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  • Weight with driver (lbs):

    0
  • Track:

  • Classifieds:

    Skyline For Sale
  • Record Modified:

    November 12th, 2009

Additional Information

  • The car is a 1993 Skyline GT-R. It was imported into Canada without an engine. The chassis has 21,000kms on it. The entire AWD system is removed. The stock RB26+trans+xfercase weighs near 900lb with fluids. The LS2 weighs closer to 600 I should think. The motor is an LS2 that is bored and stroked to 427ci (7 litres). It has a 4.125 bore, and a 4 inch stroke. With LS7 heads, and an Katech cam. The dyno figures posted are from when it was tuned for 91 pump gas, which it remains today. It was tuned for a higher octane, but I like street driving this car too much. With the LS swap, the car has a much better weight balance, about 49% front, and 51% rear. The reason it is a little rear heavy, is because Nissan did alot of front-end weight reduction on the GT-R model, because of the super heavy RB26 drivetrain. This means a lighter motor makes it a tad rear heavy, which is totally okay for handling (much better than the nose-heavy balance from the factory!). I'm estimating 2800lbs, but after the swap it did weigh 2700ish, but that was without a few tiny bits that I didn't yet have back on. I am being very liberal with that 2800 estimate. I could easily have this car down to 2600-2700 if I wanted to. The car handles amazingly. Easily the best handling car I've ever drivin, and there is room for improvement, because I am using Nismo coilovers, that are obviously designed for the front-heavy nature of the stock GTR. A friend of mine has an LS1 FD RX7, and my car is decidedly better in the corners than his car. email me at dl337j00(at)gmail.com if you want more details or have questions about the swap or anything.


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