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Mr_RSN wrote:So for all you crazy nissan junkies who can afford it, the new Nissan GTR can take quiet a bit of modification to its predecessor.
Conrad wrote:Mr_RSN wrote:So for all you crazy nissan junkies who can afford it, the new Nissan GTR can take quiet a bit of modification to its predecessor.
Hold up there horsie... you know that everything in the GTR is so computer controlled that a lot of upgrades can only be utilised if the ECU is hacked/swapped right? Even a change in wheels can cause it to stop working.
http://www.autoblog.com/2008/02/07/niss ... ace-track/
It was only recently that they've cracked the ECU and from what I understand it's no walk in the park so it may still be best to go to MINES or Haltech.
The "old" Skyline GTRs have been running the RB26 since 1989 and have become so much of a legend that everyone invested in tuning it, so much that it's far from difficult to get a few extra WHP by simply visiting a forum or to change from 4WD to RWD for drifting by simply pulling a chip i.e. it's far more friendly to mods.
but the nissan dealership isn't even offering to bring this skyline
MISHI wrote:but the nissan dealership isn't even offering to bring this skyline
Why? Does it make economical sense to bring a car like than new for more than a mil, considering the price of a used one?
Considering they will have a car on their hands that won't sell immediately and will depreciate in time, they would end up in a loss... makes no sense... even if it is for display. As a business you have to turn over quickly to make a profit enough to pay all expenses etc.
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