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nissan ALTIMA 05 V6 from 0 to 246 km/h in 41sec

ths is my nissan altima stock V6 MT , i drive and my frind seting behind me waching how can i do shifting quiqly from 1st gear until 6th ,, redline ,, top speed 246km/h


 


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