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Nissan Sunny GTI-R (Part 2)

Today I bring you one of those machines, one of those brilliant creations out of the factory with a single purpose Victory with you, the Nissan Pulsar GTI-R, known in Europe as the Nissan Sunny GTI-R.

for maximum effectiveness on all types of terrain, the car was equipped drive system ATTESA Nissan 4x4. Unlike the ATTESA ETS mounted on the Skyline GT-R, this was an AWD system quite simple and perfectly comparable to other products already on the market. The advantages over the system were Skyline lower weight and lower production cost mechanical simplicity, which results in better reliability. The system was coupled to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

In Japan, there are often different versions of the same car, due to the different purposes that can be either street or competition. In the Press is offering two variants, the RA Press, more luxury oriented, equipped with ABS, power windows and mirrors, alloy wheels, etc., and press RB, which had no ABS. This version was designed to be the basis for Group N cars hence weighed 30 kilos less, and had a pretty gear ratios shorter than a Pulsar or a Sunny GTI-R. Nismo version also offered a very juicy fruit of their harvest, much more exclusive and radical. The equipment included items such as roll cage, racing baquets, custom suspension and differential with a more radical moron ultimately and components belonging to the options list of Nissan Motorsport.

With all this, it seemed that Nissan had all the ingredients for the formula for victory, but unfortunately, for various reasons, the team did not finish in the championship curdle. The problems came alone and without notice, and married unlucky car. Nissan Japan and NME (Nissan Motorsport Europe) had their ups and downs due to the dissatisfaction of the first given the lack of regularity of car rallies. After nine tests in a period of two years, the Japanese stopped the feet to the European division of the brand, causing the abandonment of the final in the competition.

But the Press was successful in regional rallies, reaching earn a good reputation in the Canaries, thanks to the hands of the great drivers like Carlos Alonso Lamberti and Jose Luis Ferraz "The Windward Poet".

With all this, the Press has earned a place in the hearts of the fans, and will always be remembered as the great machine it really is.

Specs of Nissan Sunny GTI-R:


SR20DET Red Top, Garrett T28 Turbo powered with intercooler.

Double overhead camshaft, 16 valve

Displacement: 1998cc.

Compression ratio: 8.3 to 1

Bore x Stroke: 86x86mm (square engine)

Maximum power: 230 hp at 6400 rpm, 220 hp at 6400rpm (U.S. spec).

Maximum torque: 280 Nm at 4800 rpm, 266 Nm at 4800rpm (U.S. spec).

Cut-off: 7500 rpm.

Transmission of Nissan Sunny GTI-R:

Gearbox 5-speed manual coupled to ATTESA AWD system.

Weights and measures:

Weight: 1240kg (Sunny), 1220kg (Pulsar RA)Computer Technology Articles, 1190kg (RB Press).

Length: 3975mm.

Width: 1690mm.

Height: 1410mm.

Tires: 195/55VR14 or 185/60VR14

Diameter brake discs:

Front: 257mm.

Rear: 258mm.

Features of Nissan Sunny GTI-R:

Acceleration 0-100km / h: 5.6 sec.

0 to 400m: 13.5 sec.

Maximum speed: 232 km / h.

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