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2016-10-04 20:34:45
#51
400hp isnt enough for a dd
2016-11-15 21:28:24
#52
whomp whomp.

2017 Nissan Sentra NISMO makes world debut at Los Angeles Auto Show - Nissan Online Newsroom
2016-11-16 02:30:33
#53
Deja vu all over again... Nissan Altima SE-R - Short Take Road Test - Car Reviews - Car and Driver
2016-11-21 19:03:20
#54
What's the dejavu part?
2016-11-21 22:44:35
#55
They took the hot model and tacked on a bunch of rubbish making it heavier, slower and more expensive.
2016-11-22 00:45:18
#56
Originally Posted by SE-RMonkey
They took the hot model and tacked on a bunch of rubbish making it heavier, slower and more expensive.


Yeah dont forget all that cheap direct injection technology no wonder konisegg refuse to use that bousheet technology on his megacars , good when new but eventually its pretty much meant to be discarted after several years of use
Last edited by ztunedsr20 on 2016-11-22 at 20-50-35.
2016-11-22 19:40:23
#57
Originally Posted by ztunedsr20
Originally Posted by SE-RMonkey
They took the hot model and tacked on a bunch of rubbish making it heavier, slower and more expensive.


Yeah dont forget all that cheap direct port injection technology no wonder konisegg refuse to use that bousheet technology on his megacars , good when new but eventually its pretty much meant to be discarted after several years of use


I had to read this seven times to try to understand what the point was being conveyed.
2016-11-22 20:05:25
#58
Originally Posted by NissanEgg
Originally Posted by ztunedsr20
Originally Posted by SE-RMonkey
They took the hot model and tacked on a bunch of rubbish making it heavier, slower and more expensive.


Yeah dont forget all that cheap direct injection technology no wonder konisegg refuse to use that bousheet technology on his megacars , good when new but eventually its pretty much meant to be discarted after several years of use


I had to read this seven times to try to understand what the point was being conveyed.


Well 1st for you to fully understand and convey the rationale of posts above you really need to understand the background of the direct injection and the massive amounts of gunk, pollutants, residue carbon build up that even mega cars companies are thinking twice to even use this technology around their builds.
Last edited by ztunedsr20 on 2016-11-22 at 20-51-56.
2016-11-22 22:06:55
#59
Well I work on DI engines everyday and disagree with most of your comment.
2016-11-24 07:40:45
#60
Told ya so.
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