Fastest cars 2012: Nissan GT-R AMS Alpha 12+, Porsche 911 Proto 1000, GT-R DT1200
Unlim 500+ (September 2012), all result:
1) #888, Oleg K. — Nissan GT-R (R35) Mk.1 DT1200 (2009, 1200 HP) —
23.658 sec. (358.92 km/h)
2) #777, Jury M. — Nissan GT-R (R35) Mk.1 AMS Alpha 12+ (2011, 1550 HP)
— 24.347 sec. (360.00 km/h)
3) #30, Sergey I. — Porsche 911 turbo
(997) Mk.1 Protomotive R1200 (2007, 1200 HP) — 24.540 sec (340.26 km/h)
4) #67, Dmitriy K. — Nissan GT-R (R35) Mk.1 V-Spec Altechno / EcuTek
Stage 2 (2010, 1000 HP) — 25.364 sec. (320.85 km/h)
5) #45, Dmitriy S. — Porsche 911 turbo
(997) Mk.1 Protomotive R1000 (2007, 1000 HP) — 25.390 sec. (326.67 km/h)
6) #96, Andrey N. — Porsche 911 GT2 (997) Mk.1 9ff 1150 Garrett (2009,
1100 HP) — 25.398 sec. (357.49 km/h)
7) #91, Dmitriy Z. — Nissan GT-R (R35) Mk.1 HKS P800 (2009, 800 HP) —
25.408 sec. (328.46 km/h)
8) #15, Andrey N. — Porsche 911 turbo
(997) Mk.1 Protomotive R900 (2006, 900 HP) — 25.464 sec. (324.03 km/h)
9) #26, Konstantin T. — Porsche 911 turbo (996) 9ff 900 Garrett (900 HP) — 25.827
sec. (326.08 km/h)
10) #33, Aleksander P. — Nissan GT-R (R35) Mk.1 Boostlogic Godzilla 1100 (2010, 1100 HP) —
26.737 sec. (324.61 km/h)
DCG1: How to Paint alloy Wheels/Rims on a 720bhp Nissan GTR 'without' taking the wheels off?!!!
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BMW M6 vs Ferrari 458 Italia vs Nissan GT-R AMS
Следующий этап состоится 19 и 20 мая 2012.
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Next Event, May 19-20, 2012
GTR vs ZR1
The GTR is modded with intakes tune and more. ZR1 is stock with Drag
Radials. ZR1 wins
2012 BMW M5 vs Nissan GT-R: Driven & Drifted - /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
Chris Harris reviews the new 2012 BMW M5 and Nissan GT-R, in the rain. Do
these two cars belong together? Probably not - but it's perfect for YouTube
search results, and thats why we're doing it. Watch as Chris reviews the
two cars on the street and on the track.
Read Chris's PistonHeads article here:
The 950 HP Switzer E900 GTR - /TUNED
After last week's Runway Tuner Shootout, Matt couldn't resist taking the
winning car, the E85 powered Switzer E900 GTR out for a little drive. What
he finds is not just another GTR, because this is the fastest street car
he's ever driven.
AMS Alpha Omega GT-R at TX2K12: email@example.com Record!
With the tracks closed in the Chicagoland area until late April, our annual
trip down to the TX2K GT-R Nationals events in March offer us the first
opportunity to test new vehicles that we've been working on throughout the
winter months. This year, initial testing of the AMS Alpha Omega at the
TX2K12 was a definitive success. This was the first time the Omega has ever
made an appearance at the drag strip and much was accomplished and learned.
On Saturday, the Alpha Omega began on a low Boost setting around 24lbs. After that, Boost was increased to around 35lbs max
and our first clean pass was just short of the record ET by three
thousandths of a second (8.79@169mph)! At the end of that pass, one of the
Intercooler pipes popped,
shooting downward at the under tray. This, along with the deployment of the
parachute (causing the GT-R to dip) was believed the cause of the lip
ripping off the vehicle as seen in the video. Ivan Phipps, our mechanic and
driver of the Alpha Omega worked quickly to replace the lip, under tray and
bumper so that we could make another pass.
The last pass of the day was made just before the lanes closed. Ivan
launched hard with a 1.47 60ft, and began losing traction badly a little
farther out. Most people at the line thought he would abort with the lanes
being so narrow, but he stayed in it and straightened out to break the ¼
mile record with an firstname.lastname@example.org pass! Again, the lip tore away from the
bumper and the cause was finally attributed to the high speed and larger Intercooler interfering with the
lip support brackets. Ivan already had a solution in mind, but without
another front end, the crew would have to pack it up and head home.
With the car breaking loose on the last pass, the AMS crew felt the Alpha
Omega had more left to accomplish on Sunday so they worked hard to source a
donor GT-R for some parts. That evening, our sales manager was able to
source a front end from NAGTROC forum friend two hours away and then found
that Hennessey had an extra bumper and lip in storage that they were also
willing to offer.
Ivan began early in the morning to repair the front end and reinforce the
lip with a set of modified brackets. The preparation was intense yet
efficient, and the Alpha Omega made its first pass of the day with an
email@example.com -- breaking the record it had achieved the day prior off a
slower 1.53 60 ft.
We attempted to run one more pass with the Boost turned up past 35lbs, but the track
offered very limited traction and Ivan aborted the final pass. Overall,
the car ran strong all weekend long and was ready to take on the Texas Mile
the following weekend. BE SURE TO SUBCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL. The
Texas Mile video is one you will not want to miss!
AMS would like to sincerely thank Tim Sanders, Hennessey Performance and
"Wreckless" (nagtroc.org member). Without their help, generosity and
support, this achievement would not have been possible.
Special thanks to Dodson, Exedy, Sheptrans and Driveshaft Shop for their
support of the Alpha Omega project as well.