1/4 mile Record Nissan Frontier 2005+ *Overall*

Shift_Avenger

Active Member
This list open to any and all modifications!!

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4.0 Litre V6
4X4 Auto KC:


4X4 Auto CC:
Shinermiller 14.891 @ 91.something

4x4 6sp KC:
qborotali 15.6 @88.09

4x4 6sp CC:


4X2 Auto KC:


4X2 Auto CC:


4X2 6 sp CC:
roadracer4life [email protected]

4X2 6 sp KC:
rdrfronty 14.37 @ 95.72mph

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2.5 Litre I-4
4X2 5 sp KC:

4X2 Auto KC:

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Overall:
rdrfronty 14.37 @ 95.72mph
 

roadracer4life

New Member
went back to the track friday night and just goofed off.. but pulled a good launch out of my ass and riped

2.194 '60
9.730 1/8 @ 72.35
[email protected]

it was hot and humid as hell so the MPH was down..
i will scan the time slip if needed but i promise its legit..
 

Shift_Avenger

Active Member
Blitzkrieg said:
man i need to really find time to hit the track and see what this truck can do :smt026
You do not feel it as much but the reactions you get from other people when they see you pulling away is priceless!! :smt023
 

shinermiller

New Member
Runs 1 & 2 ran @ aroudn 7pm it was still like 90*F out.


Runs 3 & 4


Run #5 Shitty pic, will get better.


Race Weight...4490lbs!
Run #5
R/T .175
60' 2.247
330' 6.228
1/8th 9.544
MPH 74.18
1000' 12.441
1/4 14.891
MPH 91.73
 

reverendbiker

New Member
qborotali said:
is it me or have you noticed that cc run faster then kc's it must be the weight distribution
More likely it's the rear end ratio. For every trim level the rear ratio for the Crew Cab is lower than the corresponding King Cab. For example, my KC/LE has a 2.937 ratio while a CC/LE has a 3.133 ratio; that's enough of a difference to account for faster acceleration. Of course, it's also the reason that the King Cab models generally get better fuel economy. My truck regularly returns 22-23 MPG on the highway at 70 MPH, a figure that you seldom see on any of the Crew Cabs.
 

Sandiegan05fronty

New Member
reverendbiker said:
qborotali said:
is it me or have you noticed that cc run faster then kc's it must be the weight distribution
More likely it's the rear end ratio. For every trim level the rear ratio for the Crew Cab is lower than the corresponding King Cab. For example, my KC/LE has a 2.937 ratio while a CC/LE has a 3.133 ratio; that's enough of a difference to account for faster acceleration. Of course, it's also the reason that the King Cab models generally get better fuel economy. My truck regularly returns 22-23 MPG on the highway at 70 MPH, a figure that you seldom see on any of the Crew Cabs.
Makes sense.
 
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