Me @ the track racing. Last race is my friend in the pickup truck.
1st race- the max loses to a killer pickup with v8
2nd race- maxima smokes a mercedes compressor
3rd race- maxima smokes a turbocharged civic
4th race- dodge ram 1500 loses to dodge caliber srt
Nissan Maxima 10.85 @ 125mph Worlds Fastest
Worlds Fastest nissan maxima driven by Jime. 10.85 @ 125mph with Nitrous. The civic in the close lane red lighted
big time, he was not that fast.
The original video was deleted due to the music used in the video by
YouTube. This one is all my own, so it will stay put.
NWP Engineering World's Fastest NA Maxima having fun at KDS
We recently cracked into the 11s in the 1/4 mile with an ET of
11.97@113mph! NEW WORLD RECORD!
Check out our 11 second 1/4 mile video here:
The NWP Engineering 92 Nissan Maxima Project Car has a VQ35DE engine swap
and it currently owns the world record for the Fastest All Motor Maxima
with a 12.05 @ 114.5mph.
This is a compilation from the footage at the first Import Drag Racing
event at KDS on May 6th, 2010 as well as a Test and Tune session the week
We are also gearing up for the first annual Nissan Infiniti Shootout at
Atco Raceway in NJ on Sept 23, 2012! This is an event you DO NOT WANT TO
MISS! Please visit www.nishootout.com for more information.
Quick Maxima Stats:
92 Nissan Maxima SE
VQ35DE engine swap w/ cams, headwork, intake port work, headers, and so
No Nitrous, no turbocharger, no Supercharger nothing!
For more information on vehicle modifications, please see the Project Car
section of the NWP Engineering website:
More videos soon to come! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! Thank you!
1995-2001 Nissan Maxima: Spark plug replacement
How to remove and replace the spark plugs/coil packs on a 4th/5th gen
This is an updated video to replace the one from a few years ago that was
completely washed out and didn't really cover the subject as well as I
would have liked.
Tools required are a 8mm socket (or phillips head screwdriver), 5/8" plug
socket, extensions, 4mm allen key/bit socket for the front coil cover
bolts, and a 12mm socket for the EVAP CPVCV (if so equipped).