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2015 GTR Black Edition - Very freshly built Switzer Ultimate Street Edition (USE)
Switzer Ultimate Street Edition for R35 GTR (enhanced over standard USE Build)
Power: 1000+ WHP on 93 octane pump fuel / 1100WHP / 900TQ on 100 octane
6-Maps (includes Cobb Accessport V3 w/ TCM), approximate as follows:
(1) 700+ WHP, (2) 850+ WHP, (3) 1000+WHP w/Traction/Boost Control (TC), (4) 1000+ HP No TC, (5) 1100 WHP w/TC, (6)
1100 WHP NO TC.
THE ULTIMATE SLEEPER!
This GTR was sent to Switzer with 11, 371 miles on the odometer in mid April 2016. I received the car back in late
July 2016. Since I've had it back, I've put 1, 318 miles on it. I have only participated in one event with it, The
Colorado Mile, only taking 7 total runs, on the first cool morning of the event, with all runs before lunch
(actually had the last run before lunch on Friday). The first 5 runs were very easy, shifting at 2K in 1st/2nd
until I hit 3rd to make a good pull to 7K for a good datalog to send back to Swizter for ECU tuning in the 1st,
2nd, and 3rd maps . I then took 2 decent runs (tickets from 2 of those runs shown in photos). I did not launch the
car at the event (haven't since I received it back from Switzer). Am I scared to? Probably. But, this event was
primarily to send datalogs from pulls back to Switzer for final ECU tuning in Colorado. So, I took it easy. I ran
in the under 200mph class (no roll bar, 5 point harness, fire system, etc.) in the full weight car. I had to back
off in both runs as not to brake out of the class limit, still did with a 203. You can check the Colorado Mile web
site for the results. You can see by the second ticket in the photo that I was quicker in the 1/4 and 1/2, but
ended slower top speed than the 203 run. I actually hit 210 at about 7/8 mile and fully let off on that run.
Didn't want to get kicked from the event. Car ran very fast being that I really didn't push it, or launch it, and
the Front Range Airport is at 5, 500 feet! This car has the 13th fastest car speed at the Colorado Mile in the last
2-years (event started in 2015), but it is actually quicker as mentioned. It would easily be in the top 3-5 if it
had the safety equipment, used the R888's, actually launched the vehicle, and ran the 100 Maps as well! Beast!
But, best part about the car, drove it to the track and drove it home. This is a daily driver if desired. This
thing would be phenomenal to drive at Sea Level (Texas Mile!).
Too note, I haven't even tested the 100 Octane maps yet!
This car has been inspected recently and serviced by Boulder Nissan. Boulder Nissan has serviced the vehicle since
I've had it the past year+, and even after the build (general items, oil changes (I supply the Switzer spec'd oil
and filter to them)). The Brembo Carbon/Ceramic kit was purchased from Switizer, but installed by Auto Trends in
Fort Collins, CO. Went to HPR once to bed in the Carbon Ceramic brakes.
To build a car like this you would need to spend $70-85K on newer used GTR, over $80k on the complete build, and
have a minimum 3-4 month wait time for the build. So, instead of waiting for you GTR to be built, I suggest you
pick up my extremely clean, "lighlty" tested, and beyond fast 2015 GTR BE. It is sitting in my garage under its
heavy duty car cover currently, just waiting for you!
Besides the info below, I am currently running Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2's (stock sizing) with less than 500 miles
on them. Additionally, I have brand new Toyo R888's (Front 285/35R20 100Y, Rear 315/30R20 101Y), that I planned
to use at next summers 1/2 Mile Airstrip Attack in Colorado Springs, and an additional set of Continentals (Stock