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GT-R R35 11.04 @ 129.55 1/4 Mile

John Reese's 2009 Nissan GT-R R35 (him driving) running 11.044 @ 129.55 in the 1/4 mile. 1.891 60ft (did not use launch control.) Orlando Speedworld on November 9, 2008. Temperature was about 75F. Car Mods: HKS GT570 Kit w/ ECU tweaks. This car Dyno'd at 633.9hp and 746.3 torque. (See other video for Dyno run.)


 


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