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Old 24th November 2008, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Animal House Racing in the 10's - 10.88 @ 133mph No Launch Control

In the last session before closing for the season at Island Dragway Animal House Racing have managed 10ís and the current fastest 1/4 mile ET for any Nissan GT-R @ 10.88 ET @ 133.5 mph. Without using the launch control he managed a 1.858s 60′ time.



So what gear does it take to run a 10.88 in a Nissan GT-R, Animal House Racing develop many of their own parts in house and hereís what it ran down the 1/4 mile:




AHR Ceramic Wheel Bearings

AHR Ceramic Pulley Bearings

AHR Thermal Gasket Set

AHR Race Y-Pipe

COBB Tuning AccessPORT (custom tuned)

93 PUMP GAS w/1 gallon 100 oct


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Animal House Racing in the 10's - 10.88 @ 133mph No Launch Control
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Impressive that it took what seems like a small amount of things.

What sort of power are they putting out?
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I'll double check what their dyno figures where. But alot of this is down to the new V109 custom map. 17psi boost, little more timing 1-2 deg. Cobb say a 10.6 is possible with a few more tweeks.
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Thanks Benji.

By chance, do you know what the gains are to be had just by running the Cobb AP on a standard car?
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with Cobb's safe generic maps:

Stage 1 + 63 WHP

Stage 2 + 70 WHP



Will shortly report what can be done with a specific custom tune to a stock GT-R
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with Cobb's safe generic maps:

Stage 1 + 63 WHP

Stage 2 + 70 WHP



Will shortly report what can be done with a specific custom tune to a stock GT-R

Damn impressive value for money then. Seriously interested in this when i get my car in April/ May.
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this car has not been dynoed yet with the new parts put on.

this R35 uses ceramic wheel bearing to get where it is. a great investiment.
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this car has not been dynoed yet with the new parts put on.

this R35 uses ceramic wheel bearing to get where it is. a great investiment.

I take it the ceramic stuff is used for less friction and lightwight durability?
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the ceramic wheel bearings offer much less friction loss and produce more power and more wheel spin. whith the wheel bearings alone the car went faster and did the quarter mile sooner.

you know that nissan used less friction in the design of the R35, to recive a 10% friction loss. This will reduce friction even more so.

they are probably a bit more light weight, but i dont think that really matters, they have a billion other advantages (no joke). there is no dissadvantage other than the wheels spinning more, and thats actually a good thing in the R35 (cause it saves first gear when launching). add more traction to reduce the spin will help much too.

ahr will be upgrading everything over the winter - turbos', tires, trans, tune, and much more.
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Damn impressive value for money then. Seriously interested in this when i get my car in April/ May.
What are the torque increases and are they spiked or right across the rev range - for the generic Stage 1 and 2 maps?

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the cobb accessport is not for high end only. they tune for mid. you can find more of this from this thread...
McDuck&#39;s Cobb AccessPort review - NAGTROC - The Nissan GT-R Owners Club
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the ceramic wheel bearings offer much less friction loss and produce more power and more wheel spin. whith the wheel bearings alone the car went faster and did the quarter mile sooner.

you know that nissan used less friction in the design of the R35, to recive a 10% friction loss. This will reduce friction even more so.

they are probably a bit more light weight, but i dont think that really matters, they have a billion other advantages (no joke). there is no dissadvantage other than the wheels spinning more, and thats actually a good thing in the R35 (cause it saves first gear when launching). add more traction to reduce the spin will help much too.

ahr will be upgrading everything over the winter - turbos', tires, trans, tune, and much more.

Thanks for that.

Where is the best place to source these parts from?
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Thanks for that.

Where is the best place to source these parts from?

Hi Andy,

GTR23 will have all the best parts. many updates over winter coming up

I'm certain we'll be invalidating our UK R35 warranty straight away :P

I'll be happy with a 10.5 1/4 mile, street & circuit 700ps R35


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Hi Andy,

GTR23 will have all the best parts. many updates over winter coming up

I'm certain we'll be invalidating our UK R35 warranty straight away :P

I'll be happy with a 10.5 1/4 mile, street & circuit 700ps R35


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HAHA........Looks like i could be heading that route too sooner than i anticipated.

Will keep an eye on your site........afew things already caught my beady little eye
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