Boost Logic’s GT-R Standing Mile World Record at Texas Mile: 203.6 Mph

March 30th, 2010

Boost Logic have built one mean Nissan GT-R here. To prove it they ran it in the Texas Mile over the weekend and cracked the 200 mph mark in the standing mile without breaking a sweat. This makes them the first tuner to do so and etches their names in history.

The GT-R in question mas clocked at 203.6mph (327.6km/h) at the mile mark and made 823rwhp @ 25psi on their 2WD dyno. They feel that this is just the beginning and with more work the car has even more in it down the straight.

Modifications to the Boost Logic black GT-R to get it down the mile so quickly are:

  • Boost Logic Twin Turbo Kit
  • Boost Logic Intercooler with 3″ Piping Upgrade
  • Tial Blow Off Valves
  • Boost Logic 4″ Midpipe and Exhaust System
  • Boost Logic Jet Fighter Exhaust Tips
  • Boost Logic Stage 1 Fuel System
  • HKS EVC 6
  • Haltech Engine Management Tuned By Tuning Concepts
  • Cobb Tune to remove Speed Limiters and Rev Limits
  • ADV 5.1 Wheels
  • HKS Coilovers

Congrats to the guys and good luck on your future plans of cracking the 210mph mark!

Link: Boost Logic Website
Source: NAGTROC Forums

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  1. | #1

    Congrats guys! Love the exhaust tips… but surprised they’re not using a wing going this fast.

  2. GianTkilleR
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    Damn that’s quick. Do you know if Chucks car ran? I know the AMS Evo went and did 228mph!!

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    C’mon guys. Why does the video say World record when it was two weeks AFTER I set the record at 253mph? I could understand if it was before, but that’s just silly.

  4. | #4

    It actually says “GT-R Standing Mile World Record” as in “the fastest GT-R”. Congrats on your world record but we’re only keeping track of quick GT-Rs here.


  5. | #5

    Gotcha. Great run for a GT-R then.

  6. | #6

    My GT-R is still under construction. Plan to be at the Texas Mile in October with it.

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