Nissan GT-R Quarter Mile Record Falls Again

March 11th, 2010

It’s been a while now but the previous quarter mile record (at an officially sanctioned drag strip that is) of 10.31 @ 131mph was destined to fall and fall it has! The GT-R nudges its way ever closer to the 9 second mark thanks to SSP, who built the car, and Jack Cecil from HP Logic who tuned it, by running a 10.236 @ 136.02 mph in Florida this week. A video of the pass is below.

On the same night the guys also recorded a 10.52 pass at 141.15mph in their white GT-R.

Certainly getting quicker and quicker, will we see 9 seconds sooner rather than later?

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  1. Rick T
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    Here are some better qulity videos of the GT-R records from that night. There is also a 10.299 run that looks awesome! Love the blog!

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  3. Dan
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    Sorry guys, don’t understand.

    It states that car was rebuilt, so modified.
    On the youtube there are movies from Moscow, where some guy did 10.1 on quarter mile run. So 10.299 it is not record.

  4. | #4

    from this video I already know that this is not an ordinary car. salahsat car with the best acceleration from nissan!

  5. | #5

    I think with this car its not really impossible. With this kind of car speed breaking a record is a small feat.

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