This is just another test speed run #3 of my 2006 Nissan Frontier 0-60.
The truck is stock, with a K&N drop in air filter. This is an Automatic Crew Cab. I don't know what the time was exactly on this run, but it seems to be in the 7.5 second range.
2012 Nissan Frontier & Titan PRO-4X pick-up off-road Safari review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Nissan Frontier and Titan can certainly
go anywhere that you are brave enough to drive the pick-ups...especially if
you get the off-road Pro-4X versions with the complete rock bashing kits.
We recently had a chance to test Nissan's two sturdy pick-up to see just
how much bashing they can tolerate and how far off the beaten path they
will take you.
2006 Nissan Frontier LE Startup & Rev (Bad Transmission)
Tranny to this Frontier is just toast lol.
Rest of the truck isn't up to par either. Seems to be a Torque converter
issue but These trucks including the Pathfinder & Xterra have an issue
where Engine coolant can leak into the tranny fluid. Not sure if thats the
Nissan Frontier Hypertech before and after
2008 Frontier with and without a Hypertech Max Energy handheld programmer
installed. Both runs were done on the same day running the same direction
about 10 minutes apart. I used a G-Tech accelerometer. It may not be
totally accurate but it is the best I can do.
2006 Nissan Frontier Dual Exhaust.
2006 Nissan Frontier with an K&N FIPK, Air Raid Throttle Body Spacer. I
had a Sport Spin Tech Exhaust
installed instead of a flowmaster or a magnaflow due to the sounds they
make when idling down. The work was completed at Rad Motorsports in
Waipahu, Hi. Best place on island to get your Exhaust done.
2006 Nissan Frontier SE KC 10-180 km/h
Trying out my new Nissan up to govenor. It's a 6 speed manual, and I'm
still trying to get the shifting down. Unfortuntely after I made this
video, I was able to do a better one, so I'll have to post another version
sometime. That whining is a buzzer telling me to shift into 6th at high
Nissan Frontier 1/4 Mile, 0-60, 0-100
1/4 mile test using Bullydog Tripple gt. This was the best time I got out
of a few runs. Measuring a 1/4 mile with the vehicles odometer can only be
so accurate. I ran a 14.66 at the strip
2005 Nissan Frontier Nismo KC 4x4, 6speed manual. 1/4 mile 14.1s @94mph,
-Bullydog tripple GT
-K&N CAI (sucks air from hood)
-91 octane tune
-2* timing advance
-WOT restrictor removed
-2" PRG lift
-Shrockworks Winch Bumper