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Killemall
05-06-2011, 12:49 AM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAjFt_egKA0

itsslow98
05-06-2011, 12:54 AM
I see the cam did you a whole lot of good.

ohioborn80
05-06-2011, 02:18 AM
but the GTR sucks..IT never be fast. Same HP a American car will beat it.

The driver of the viper was not really racing.

well that day the viper was having a spark plug issue.

Just wanted to get people some excuses before the stupidity starts on why the GTR is not a good car or what not.

marc97taws6
05-06-2011, 02:23 AM
Hey brah, Killemall was spinnin like a bitch bromosapien

ohioborn80
05-06-2011, 03:57 AM
Hey brah, Killemall was spinnin like a bitch bromosapien

From looks of video even if didnt spin he was going to get beat.

WSsick
05-06-2011, 09:50 AM
On the Killemall grade scale, that actually wasn't that bad for once. Could have done without the random cuts to the movie, or the ending, but oh well. 5/10.

Stopsign32v
05-06-2011, 09:57 AM
:lol: Killemall have you ever WON a race? Damn...

DiscerningZ32
05-06-2011, 10:18 AM
but the GTR sucks..IT never be fast. Same HP a American car will beat it.

The driver of the viper was not really racing.

well that day the viper was having a spark plug issue.

Just wanted to get people some excuses before the stupidity starts on why the GTR is not a good car or what not.

You really have to work on your grammar man.
I have never seen anybody make as many mistakes as you do.:nono:


The GTR's transmission makes its shifts seamless.
If the other car isn't on the ball, it will get steadily walked.
In this case, it was Killemall, so the outcome doesn't surprise me at all.:lol:

WSsick
05-06-2011, 10:22 AM
:lol: Killemall have you ever WON a race? Damn...

Yes he has. I guess you missed the threads where he takes his modded Viper and picks on stock 5th gen's. :jest:

Beans
05-06-2011, 10:25 AM
Nice runs killemall, but you need at least 50whp more than the GT-R to make up for the shift time.

Stopsign32v
05-06-2011, 01:24 PM
Nice runs killemall, but you need at least 50whp more than the GT-R to make up for the shift time.

Not if I was driving his car :secret2: . He might not want to be in the car while I try to rip his transmission out of the car though. LOL

impulsegoat
05-06-2011, 01:33 PM
In the video you are clearly NOT getting pulled on while going through the gears... as soon as you need to shift BOOM half car or more put on you plus all that lost momentum from the slow shifts. You have a badass ride and should have been door to door with the gtr. Something else that totally baffled me was do you know how to roll race? From the quick honks to never being even when you guys took off was very weird.. I would feel shitty knowing i left a lot out there for improvement. I agree with what another guy said above. If your planning on shifting like that you will always have a tough time in a very close matchup like this.

WSsick
05-06-2011, 01:42 PM
He likes to get every advantage he can get, thus the quick honks/taking the hit every time.

Stopsign32v
05-06-2011, 01:45 PM
He likes to get every advantage he can get, thus the quick honks/taking the hit every time.

I know of a certain red Z06 owner that has this habbit... :judge:

willizm
05-06-2011, 02:06 PM
I have to give killemall some credit. At least he posts threads that are on topic and doesn't try to flaunt what he's got.

BayArea ws6
05-06-2011, 02:28 PM
From what I have seen killemall seems to be putting up more straight forward videos as of late so maybe give him some credit,at least he tries.He put up the video of his loss and I'm sure he knew there would be negative comments as usual so that deserves some kind of respect .I doubt most people on this site like to post up about a loss but will be real quick to brag when they beat some mediocre car on there way to work.

snake95
05-06-2011, 03:47 PM
I know of a certain red Z06 owner that has this habbit... :judge:

:lol: Does his name start with the same first letter of "Z06"?

impulsegoat
05-06-2011, 08:49 PM
I have to give killemall some credit. At least he posts threads that are on topic and doesn't try to flaunt what he's got.

+1 to that

ZONES89RS
05-06-2011, 08:57 PM
That GTR is sex.

LightningTeg
05-06-2011, 11:42 PM
Those were like 1 second shift times broham

LS1rob00
05-07-2011, 12:13 AM
Those shifts were killing you! The cars seemed to be pretty well matched up, but every shift you dropped back. Nice runs nonetheless. I like how the GTR sounded.

BlkMach1
05-07-2011, 12:24 PM
Good race! Should've invited a vette to finish the job.....Im just stirring the pot.

MACH32V
05-07-2011, 11:44 PM
WooHoo...Let us all go out and buy an import now. :eyes:
The GTR is faster than a poorly driven Vette. Looks like I will be waiting at the Nissan Dealership on Monday morning....

Even if someone gave me that car, I would sell it and buy a Z06 or a modded KB GT500. :usa:
That is just me and other may have their own opinion...if it is different than mine, then I don't want to hear it.:D

1992TsiAWD
05-08-2011, 12:41 AM
WooHoo...Let us all go out and buy an import now. :eyes:
The GTR is faster than a poorly driven Vette. Looks like I will be waiting at the Nissan Dealership on Monday morning....

Even if someone gave me that car, I would sell it and buy a Z06 or a modded KB GT500. :usa:
That is just me and other may have their own opinion...if it is different than mine, then I don't want to hear it.:D

Just to play the devil's advocate here...presumably a person buying a GT-R cares about handling, just as many Vette owners do.

I would argue that due to AWD, a highly modded GT-R will retain more of that handling prowess than a highly modded Corvette would.

Around a track, you would need to be a professional driver to make any use of 700+hp in a RWD Corvette, while the average to above-average driver could presumably make more use of 700+hp in a GT-R.

But handling's just a ricer excuse.

DiscerningZ32
05-08-2011, 09:40 AM
Handling is also very subjective.

Sure, it will be easier to pilot the GTR around a track quickly (and likely quicker than the vette) but that does not equate to better handling in the eyes of the driver. I like driving like a hooligan and I like doing all my own driving.

c6r
05-08-2011, 02:59 PM
That godzilla vs kingkong vid was some funny shit...the gtr's are fast man" u died with honor!!!!

c6r
05-08-2011, 03:01 PM
Those shifts were killing you! The cars seemed to be pretty well matched up, but every shift you dropped back. Nice runs nonetheless. I like how the GTR sounded.

the shifting in the gtr is much better than a manual could ever be....modern tech at it's finest

V-seriesTech
05-08-2011, 05:22 PM
Good race! Should've invited a vette to finish the job.....Im just stirring the pot.

What up dawg.....hows that mustang holding together?

WooHoo...Let us all go out and buy an import now. :eyes:
The GTR is faster than a poorly driven Vette. Looks like I will be waiting at the Nissan Dealership on Monday morning....

Even if someone gave me that car, I would sell it and buy a Z06 or a modded KB GT500. :usa:
That is just me and other may have their own opinion...if it is different than mine, then I don't want to hear it.:D

lol, word.

Just to play the devil's advocate here...presumably a person buying a GT-R cares about handling, just as many Vette owners do.

I would argue that due to AWD, a highly modded GT-R will retain more of that handling prowess than a highly modded Corvette would.

Around a track, you would need to be a professional driver to make any use of 700+hp in a RWD Corvette, while the average to above-average driver could presumably make more use of 700+hp in a GT-R.

But handling's just a ricer excuse.

I dunno man,..I think a good driver, coilovers on the vette, with a proper sized DOT tire....and it'd be hard to beat. I've made 185mph+ multiple lane changes without problems with the above listed....where a skyscrapper tall gtr may have rolled in the same situation. :)

All subjective however. Handling is everything to me, which is why I bought a Corvette in the first place.

Handling is also very subjective.

Sure, it will be easier to pilot the GTR around a track quickly (and likely quicker than the vette) but that does not equate to better handling in the eyes of the driver. I like driving like a hooligan and I like doing all my own driving.


word. :nod:

OP:... faster shifts,..like flatshifting/powershifting,.. you woulda probably been door to door with the nissan.

Time for more power holmes.

Killemall
05-08-2011, 08:03 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Fo18raOX6M

BlkMach1
05-10-2011, 09:13 PM
What up dawg.....hows that mustang holding together?


Still together....:confused:

RSKY
05-10-2011, 09:18 PM
more power is exactly what you need. And some good tires. get SC'd and call it a day.. or N20 and call it a day... or Turbo.. and call it day.. do something to crank that sucker over 650/800tq and call it a day. Then you can live up to your SN of killemall and actually get some kills. Good video btw.

willizm
05-10-2011, 10:24 PM
^agree, I know we all can't afford a big bad ass lambo like Rsky, but dammit Killemall get some boost in that viper and give Rsky a reason to up his game. :D

Killemall
05-10-2011, 10:57 PM
I think Ive already given RSKY close enough calls to add a lil somthing to his beaste. Im getting tires throttle and a retune to take my AFR from 12.8 to 13.2. traction will help me put that torque down and the mods should give me another 20 rwhp. But for now i will allow rsky to bask in his glory of being the CHAMP......

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86No_Ddbw_E

willizm
05-10-2011, 11:24 PM
^150 shot and smoke him.

LightningTeg
05-11-2011, 12:03 AM
Yeah stop being a panzy. You have nothing to lose

Killemall
05-11-2011, 12:12 AM
I know not everyone will feel th same way I do but when you have the largest regular prodction engine in the world (vipers) 8.0-8.4 liters. In my case a 8.3 liter v10. Well adding nos or boost dosent really seem that great to me. Its no secret that Vipers are at the top of the food chain when boost ect is added.

But is it really so respectful having a V10 8.x liter engine with boost/nos and yanking everyone?

To me Id prefer to get the potential from the 8.3 liters I have first. Im going a very safe route but hope to have 550 rwhp and 600 rwt this year NA and drivable just like a stock viper.

Once I get that done I think it's gonna be a very potent street car. 550 rwhp and 3200 pounds. If I still get yanked by a few cars here and their then Ill add nos for 1500$ or a used paxton system for 4000$, And drive around on pump gas at 700 rwhp and 6 psi of boost.

but Im gonna get that 550 rwhp NA first

I

WSsick
05-11-2011, 12:40 AM
Its no secret that Vipers are at the top of the food chain when boost ect is added.
I

:rotflmao: That's a joke, right?

willizm
05-11-2011, 12:48 AM
:rotflmao: That's a joke, right?

Yup, the two I think of the most are supra's and ford GT's since they both seem to be trading records for highest speed in a standing mile.

Killemall, why the baby steps in upping the performance on the viper. Just go big cam and heads. Shouldn't that get you some serious gains and you'd stay N/A with no spray?

DiscerningZ32
05-11-2011, 01:02 PM
Its no secret that Vipers are at the top of the food chain when boost ect is added.

What exactly are vipers best at again?
Oh, that's right... nothing.:nono:

There is no constant top of the food chain. It's always changing.
Though I don't think vipers were ever at the top...:confused:
Either way, you (and I) are no where near it.

BlkMach1
05-11-2011, 06:20 PM
I know not everyone will feel th same way I do but when you have the largest regular prodction engine in the world (vipers) 8.0-8.4 liters. In my case a 8.3 liter v10. Well adding nos or boost dosent really seem that great to me. Its no secret that Vipers are at the top of the food chain when boost ect is added.
But is it really so respectful having a V10 8.x liter engine with boost/nos and yanking everyone?

To me Id prefer to get the potential from the 8.3 liters I have first. Im going a very safe route but hope to have 550 rwhp and 600 rwt this year NA and drivable just like a stock viper.

Once I get that done I think it's gonna be a very potent street car. 550 rwhp and 3200 pounds. If I still get yanked by a few cars here and their then Ill add nos for 1500$ or a used paxton system for 4000$, And drive around on pump gas at 700 rwhp and 6 psi of boost.

but Im gonna get that 550 rwhp NA first

I

Apparently it is a secret:thinker:

BlackDemonSS
05-11-2011, 06:40 PM
What exactly are vipers best at again?
Oh, that's right... nothing.:nono:

There is no constant top of the food chain. It's always changing.
Though I don't think vipers were ever at the top...:confused:
Either way, you (and I) are no where near it.

Couldnt agree with you more!!! :drive: If Vipers are at the top of the food chain then how come no professional race team has yet to make them a top choice for a performance vehicle . As I recall Dodge Vipers finish LAST in the American Le Mans Series, and if the GTR is so great and dandy then get them out and run Sebring, Road America, or the 24 Hour of LeMans against the big boys. :biggun2:

Killemall
05-11-2011, 07:10 PM
Sorry...Didnt mean to stir the pot with my top of the food chain comment

Vipers and Supras have been tradeing six speed 1/4 mile records now for years. The FGT AND GALLARDO ARE NO WERE EVEN CLOSE 1/4 MILE WISE.

As of right now the fastest 1/4 mile six speed cars are vipers. But the Supra is ALWAYS only a tenth or two behind and at some point they will flip flop again.

Vipers can also drive around at 1000 rwhp on pump gas. And get around 2000 rwhp on race with big builds.

Because of the pump gas capabilities and current six speed 1/4 mile record holder status I said what I said. ut you guys are right...The mile is quickly becoming more important than the 1/4 mile for bragging rights and the fastest viper is only around 240 mph...sad compared to its competitors

Redfire 03
05-11-2011, 07:31 PM
Couldnt agree with you more!!! :drive: If Vipers are at the top of the food chain then how come no professional race team has yet to make them a top choice for a performance vehicle . As I recall Dodge Vipers finish LAST in the American Le Mans Series, and if the GTR is so great and dandy then get them out and run Sebring, Road America, or the 24 Hour of LeMans against the big boys. :biggun2:

I don't know about in recent years but what I do know is the Viper accomplished quite a bit in its first 7 years of production: Class Winner at LeMans, 4 FIA championships, American LeMans Championship (24hr of Daytona), and a 3rd straight LeMans Class win in 2000. I don't keep up with the Gen III & IV Vipers much but I know the first two generations were bad ass.

1992TsiAWD
05-11-2011, 07:41 PM
Couldnt agree with you more!!! :drive: If Vipers are at the top of the food chain then how come no professional race team has yet to make them a top choice for a performance vehicle . As I recall Dodge Vipers finish LAST in the American Le Mans Series, and if the GTR is so great and dandy then get them out and run Sebring, Road America, or the 24 Hour of LeMans against the big boys. :biggun2:

I don't know about in recent years but what I do know is the Viper accomplished quite a bit in its first 7 years of production: Class Winner at LeMans, 4 FIA championships, American LeMans Championship (24hr of Daytona), and a 3rd straight LeMans Class win in 2000. I don't keep up with the Gen III & IV Vipers much but I know the first two generations were bad ass.

What do race cars have to do with this discussion?
:eyes:

Redfire 03
05-11-2011, 08:15 PM
Sorry...Didnt mean to stir the pot with my top of the food chain comment

Vipers and Supras have been tradeing six speed 1/4 mile records now for years. The FGT AND GALLARDO ARE NO WERE EVEN CLOSE 1/4 MILE WISE.

As of right now the fastest 1/4 mile six speed cars are vipers. But the Supra is ALWAYS only a tenth or two behind and at some point they will flip flop again.

Vipers can also drive around at 1000 rwhp on pump gas. And get around 2000 rwhp on race with big builds.

Because of the pump gas capabilities and current six speed 1/4 mile record holder status I said what I said. But you guys are right...The mile is quickly becoming more important than the 1/4 mile for bragging rights and the fastest viper is only around 240 mph...sad compared to its competitors


Sheesh. 2000hp is nasty!!! :eek:

DiscerningZ32
05-11-2011, 08:30 PM
Vipers can also drive around at 1000 rwhp on pump gas. And get around 2000 rwhp on race with big builds.

LMR has made over 1200rwhp with an LSX on pump gas.
The owner of the car is on here, I believe his name is RC or something. Like the soda, lol.

Killemall
05-12-2011, 01:34 AM
I don't know about in recent years but what I do know is the Viper accomplished quite a bit in its first 7 years of production: Class Winner at LeMans, 4 FIA championships, American LeMans Championship (24hr of Daytona), and a 3rd straight LeMans Class win in 2000. I don't keep up with the Gen III & IV Vipers much but I know the first two generations were bad ass.

regular production viper is currently leading the way at just about every track out there from the ring to secca. The ACR is a street legal bastard that has just raped everything on ANY road course from the GTR and ZR1 to the superlegerra and Big Lambo.

Im always amazed when people dont realize that the Viper is the dominant force in road raceing. The only reason it took a HIATUS from the early 2000's till 07 Is because the viper kicked so much ass at the major events that they kept putting more and more rescrictions on the car to make it more fair for the other cars.

Im very proud of its racing history as well as acomplishments today. Honestly here it is 3 years later and the ZR1 guys are still talking about how with differant tires they will be able to match the Viper and the GTR guys are talking about with the 2012 GTR they will surpass the ZR1 and give the Viper a run. 7.22 at the ring for a street legal production car is just sickening.

Redfire 03
05-12-2011, 08:00 AM
regular production viper is currently leading the way at just about every track out there from the ring to secca. The ACR is a street legal bastard that has just raped everything on ANY road course from the GTR and ZR1 to the superlegerra and Big Lambo.

Im always amazed when people dont realize that the Viper is the dominant force in road raceing. The only reason it took a HIATUS from the early 2000's till 07 Is because the viper kicked so much ass at the major events that they kept putting more and more rescrictions on the car to make it more fair for the other cars.

Im very proud of its racing history as well as acomplishments today. Honestly here it is 3 years later and the ZR1 guys are still talking about how with differant tires they will be able to match the Viper and the GTR guys are talking about with the 2012 GTR they will surpass the ZR1 and give the Viper a run. 7.22 at the ring for a street legal production car is just sickening.

I agree with you Killemall on everything except what's in bold. The Viper may be faster than the ZR1 around the ring but surely its not a "raping". Im not sure on the exact times for both but its gotta be VERY close!

But yes the Viper is an amazing machine and its a too bad so many people have to hate on it.

marc97taws6
05-12-2011, 08:06 AM
But yes the Viper is an amazing machine and its a too bad so many people have to hate on it.

I'm pretty sure most of us "hate it" out of spite for Killemall's ways. Maybe a bit of jealousy for some people? In reality though, who would turn down a Viper given to them?

Redfire 03
05-12-2011, 08:10 AM
I'm pretty sure most of us "hate it" out of spite for Killemall's ways. Maybe a bit of jealousy for some people? In reality though, who would turn down a Viper given to them?

Good points. I know I wouldn't.

DiscerningZ32
05-12-2011, 08:34 AM
regular production viper is currently leading the way at just about every track out there from the ring to secca. The ACR is a street legal bastard that has just raped everything on ANY road course from the GTR and ZR1 to the superlegerra and Big Lambo.

Im always amazed when people dont realize that the Viper is the dominant force in road raceing. The only reason it took a HIATUS from the early 2000's till 07 Is because the viper kicked so much ass at the major events that they kept putting more and more rescrictions on the car to make it more fair for the other cars.

Im very proud of its racing history as well as acomplishments today. Honestly here it is 3 years later and the ZR1 guys are still talking about how with differant tires they will be able to match the Viper and the GTR guys are talking about with the 2012 GTR they will surpass the ZR1 and give the Viper a run. 7.22 at the ring for a street legal production car is just sickening.

Apparently you've never heard of a 911 GT2 RS, Gumpert Apollo Speed, or Mosler MT900S.
All of which absolutely destroy any viper around a track.

willizm
05-12-2011, 12:03 PM
Apparently you've never heard of a 911 GT2 RS, Gumpert Apollo Speed, or Mosler MT900S.
All of which absolutely destroy any viper around a track.

I was just going to bring up the Porsche 911 GT2 RS which went around the Nurburgring at 7:18 whereas the ACR was at 7:22 I believe. Non the less, that ACR is bad ass, but all these top manufactures are constantly outdoing each other so their is no long term champion.

Killemall
05-12-2011, 08:59 PM
Guys dont be fooled by the porshe. It is not valid and was used as a marketing tool to attract porsche customers.

They divided the ring up into 8 parts and then had the p car run each part in a timed fashion and then combined all the times and said the P car ran the 7.18. So basically they cpould run each timed session as many times as they wanted till they got their fastest and then combine all the fastest times for the 7.18.

TOTAL BULLSHIT. The VIPER VETTE and GTR all went the full ring to run their times. Pretty lame by Porshe and no one counts that as valid.

Killemall
05-12-2011, 09:04 PM
I agree with you Killemall on everything except what's in bold. The Viper may be faster than the ZR1 around the ring but surely its not a "raping". Im not sure on the exact times for both but its gotta be VERY close!

But yes the Viper is an amazing machine and its a too bad so many people have to hate on it.

This just happenned last month at Miller. The previous record was held by a ZR1 at 2.03 seconds. A stock ACR raped the record with a 1.59..Thats 4 seconds on a 2 minute track. That is a rapeing..

http://www.gtspirit.com/2011/04/21/video-dodge-viper-acr-smashes-track-record/

Killemall
05-12-2011, 09:29 PM
Full list from the Ring

Production vehicles

6:55 Radical SR8 Michael Vergers 28 September 2005 Radical Sportscars[4] Timed by Sport Auto [5][6][7]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:11.5 Gumpert Apollo Speed Florian Gruber 13 August 2009 Sport auto (Germany) (Article)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:14.89 Donkervoort D8 RS Michael Düchting 2006 Sport auto (Germany) (Article)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:18 Porsche 911 GT2 RS Timo Kluck April 2010 [7] [8] MANUFACTUER CLAIM
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:18.1 Donkervoort D8 RS Michael Düchting 24 October 2004 Sport auto (Germany) (Article)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:22.1 Dodge Viper ACR (2009) Tom Coronel 18 August 2008 Chrysler and Motor Trend conducted test.[9]
20,600 m (67,600 ft) 7:24 Porsche 911 GT2 RS Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (11/2010)[10]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:24.22 Nissan GT-R (2011) Toshio Suzuki 1 October 2010 Nissan conducted test.[11] Semi-wet conditions. Video confirmed. Best Motoring (12/2010).[12]
20,600 m (67,600 ft) 7:24.3 Maserati MC12 Marc Basseng August 2008 Evo Magazine conducted test
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:24.44 Pagani Zonda F Clubsport Marc Basseng August 2008 Evo Magazine conducted test
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:25.7 Ferrari Enzo Marc Basseng August 2008 Evo Magazine conducted test.
20,600 m (67,600 ft) 7:26.4 Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 (2009) Jim Mero 27 June 2008 General Motors conducted test,[13] base specification car with stock tires and non-stock safety equipment, video confirmed.
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:26.70 Nissan GT-R (2009) Toshio Suzuki 23 April 2009 Nissan Motors conducted test. video confirmed. Best Motoring (08/2009).[14]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:27.82 Pagani Zonda F Clubsport Marc Basseng September 2007 Pagani conducted test,[15][16] semi-wet conditions[citation needed]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:28.71 Porsche Carrera GT Walter Röhrl 2 July 2004 (07/04) [16]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:29.03 Nissan GT-R (2009) Toshio Suzuki 17 April 2008 Nissan Motors conducted test,.[17][18][19] The test used a stock GT-R with stock tires. Video confirmed.
20,600 m (67,600 ft)[citation needed]

7:32.02 Porsche 911 GT2 (2008) Walter Röhrl 2007 Porsche conducted test,[20] R compound tires used.[citation needed]
20,832 m (68,346 ft)

7:32.92 Ferrari 458 Italia Sascha Bert November 2010 Auto Bild Sportscars (11/2010)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:33 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 997MkII Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (04/2010), PCCB [21]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:33.6 Koenigsegg CCX Marc Basseng August 2008 Evo Magazine conducted test
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:34 Koenigsegg CCR Horst von Saurma 17 October 2005 Sport Auto (03/2006)[22]


7:34 Porsche 911 GT2 September 2008 Porsche conducted test,[23] stock vehicle with stock tires
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:34 Nissan GT-R (2011) Horst von Saurma October 2010 Sport Auto (11/2010),.[24]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:35 Ruf Rt 12 Sport Auto (02/2008)[25]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:38 Lexus LFA Horst von Saurma September 2010 Sport Auto conducted test,[26] Bridgestone Potenza S001 tires used.
7:38 Porsche 911 Turbo September 2008 Porsche conducted test,[23] stock vehicle with stock tires
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:38 Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 Horst von Saurma October 2009 Sport Auto conducted test,[27] Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tires used.
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:38 Nissan GT-R Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (07/2009),[28] Dunlop SP Sport 600 DSST run flat tires used.
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:38 Ferrari 458 Italia Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (08/2010), Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tires used.
20,832 m (68,346 ft)

7:38.85 Lexus LFA Sascha Bert November 2010 Auto Bild Sportscars (11/2010)

7:39 Porsche 911 Turbo (2010) Porsche Conducted Test [29] Stock vehicle with stock tires
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:39 Ferrari 430 Scuderia Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (07/2008)[30]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:40 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Giorgio Sanna Lamborghini Autobild (01/2007)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:40 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Klaus Ludwig AutoBild (07/2004)[citation needed]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:40 Porsche 911 GT3 997MkII Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (06/2009)[31]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:40 Mercedes SLS AMG Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (2010)[32]
7:40.6 Ford GT Markus Draper Octane Magazine[citation needed]
20,832 m (68,346 ft)

7:40.76 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera Sascha Bert November 2010 Auto Bild Sportscars (11/2010)
20,832 m (68,346 ft)

7:41.23 Porsche 911 Turbo S Sascha Bert November 2010 Auto Bild Sportscars (11/2010)
20,832 m (68,346 ft)

7:41.50 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Sascha Bert August 2009 Auto Bild Sportscars (08/2009)


7:42 Porsche 911 GT3 Walter Röhrl Automobil (05/2006) Sport Auto (05/2006)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:42 Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 SV Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (01/2010?) [33]


7:42.99 Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06 Jan Magnussen 2005 General Motors,[34][35] Motor Trend confirmed
20,832 m (68,346 ft)

7:43.65 Nissan GT-R Sascha Bert November 2010 Auto Bild Sportscars (11/2010)


7:43 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 'Motor' magazine[citation needed]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:44 Audi R8 V10 Sport Auto (09/2009)
20,600 m (67,600 ft) 7:44 Pagani Zonda S Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (02/2005)
20,832 m (68,346 ft)

7:44.42 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Sascha Bert November 2010 Auto Bild Sportscars (11/2010)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:46 Porsche 911 GT2 Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (06/2001)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:46 Lamborgini Gallardo Superleggera Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (09/2007)[36]


7:46.36 Jaguar XJ220 John Nielsen Evo (07/2000) [37]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:47 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (08/2004)
20,600 m (67,600 ft) 7:47 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano Horst von Saurma Sport Auto[38]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:47 Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 E-gear Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (01/2007), Sport tires[citation needed]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:48 BMW M3 GTS Horst von Saurma Sport Auto[39]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:49 Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06 Horst von Saurma 22 June 2007 Sport Auto[40]
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:50 BMW M3 CSL Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (08/2003)
20,600 m (67,600 ft)

7:50 Porsche 911 Carrera S (2009) Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (08/2008),[41] PCCB, PDK, Sport Chrono Plus, Michelin Cup tires


7:52 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (11/2008),[42] apparently problems with tires and ABS


7:54 Mercedes CLK DTM AMG Sport Auto (03/2005)


7:54 Nissan GT-R September 2008 Porsche conducted test,[23] stock vehicle with stock tires


7:54 Porsche 911 Turbo 997 Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (05/2007)[43]


7:55 Caterham R500 Superlight Robert Nearn 'EVO' magazine (07/2000)


7:55 Ferrari F430 F1 Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (01/2006)


7:56 Chevrolet Corvette C5 Z06 Dave Hill crossedflags.com[44]


7:56 Porsche 911 Turbo Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (06/2000)


7:56 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale f1 Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (02/2004), Sport tires[citation needed]


7:56.773 Honda NSX-R NA2 Motoharu Kurosawa Best Motoring video "Carrera Invasion",2002


7:59 Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z51 Dave Hill General Motors conducted test[citation needed]


7:59 Cadillac CTS-V (2009) John Heinricy 9 May 2008 General Motors conducted test,[45] video confirmed[46]


7:59 Porsche 911 Carrera S Walter Röhrl 'Wheels' magazine (06/2004), PASM setting "Performance"[citation needed]


7:59 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 V-Spec Dirk Schoysman 1996 Best Motoring - Time Attack / Autocar magazine 97, stock[citation needed][47]


7:59 Dodge Viper SRT-10 November 2005 Motor Trend[citation needed]


8:01 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 Motoharu Kurosawa Best Motoring - Video Special DVD Series, Prototype (weight/horsepower different from production car)[citation needed]


8:02 Mercedes CLK 63 AMG - Black Series Autobild (07/2007)


8:02 Aston Martin DBS Horst von Saurma Sport Auto [48]
8:03 Aston Martin V8 Vantage (2005) Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (10/2005)


8:03 Porsche 911 GT3 Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (08/1999)


8:03 Honda NSX-R (NA1) Motoharu Kurosawa FM3 (02/2011)


8:04 Audi R8 V8 Sport Auto (07/2007)[49]


8:04 Porsche Cayman S Walter Röhrl Sport Auto, 19 inch wheels, ceramic brakes.[citation needed]


8:05 BMW M3 E92 Horst von Saurma Sport Auto (12/2007)[50]

Irunelevens
05-13-2011, 04:09 PM
The GT-R was only 2 seconds behind the Viper in semi-wet conditions :engarde: :angel: :razz:

Redfire 03
05-13-2011, 04:35 PM
This just happenned last month at Miller. The previous record was held by a ZR1 at 2.03 seconds. A stock ACR raped the record with a 1.59..Thats 4 seconds on a 2 minute track. That is a rapeing..

http://www.gtspirit.com/2011/04/21/video-dodge-viper-acr-smashes-track-record/

I stand corrected. The ACR is a beast for sure!

ZR1 still holds the 1/4 mile record for any American production vehicle. 10.7@133. I think the ACR is right behind at 10.9@130.

01SuperSport
05-14-2011, 11:55 AM
I love GTR's and this one looks bad :nod:

odarabla
05-14-2011, 03:16 PM
Those GTR's are beast!