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    • Putting stock and tuned Nissan GTR power in context - Dyno overlay of a stock 2014 GTR and a 1744 AWHP Switzer Goliath GTR

      The Nissan GTR in stock form is a pretty quick car. The 2014 GTR you see on the graph below makes an impressive 452 horsepower at all four wheels and 408 lb-ft of torque at all four wheels. Those numbers are impressive until you put a Switzer Goliath GTR next to it.

      The standard GTR looks, well, puny. That tends to happen when you put a stock GTR up against a GTR with almost four times the horsepower. The two actually look pretty similar until about 4500 rpm when all hell breaks loose.

      The Switzer Goliath GTR climbs and climbs until it hits 1744 horsepower at all four wheels and 1102 lb-ft of torque at all four wheels. In other words, absolutely insane numbers.

      As the Goliath package takes some time to spool the GTR benefits from a 9000 rpm redline. The torque curve actually stays pretty flat from 7000 to 8500 rpm making for some big horsepower figures.

      Compare these Switzer Goliath figures at 9000 rpm to the Switzer E1K-X-GTR figures at 8500 rpm. They just keep raising the game.


      This article was originally published in forum thread: Putting stock and tuned Nissan GTR power in context - Dyno overlay of a stock 2014 GTR and a 1744 AWHP Switzer Goliath GTR started by Sticky View original post
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      1. oldgixxer's Avatar
        oldgixxer -
        1744awhp. Game over.Click here to enlarge
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        There are people over 2k though...
      1. oldgixxer's Avatar
        oldgixxer -
        Yeah,shop cars. Omega and the BL2200. Not for sale to the general public...yet.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by oldgixxer Click here to enlarge
        Yeah,shop cars. Omega and the BL2200. Not for sale to the general public...yet.
        They'll come.

        Things are out of control.
      1. MSIZZLE's Avatar
        MSIZZLE -
        it is out of control, 2000whp in needed to win any big event, 1500+ you need to even show up
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        That's why you need classes set.

        People with street cars who want the top title though sure aren't going to have it easy.
      1. oldgixxer's Avatar
        oldgixxer -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        They'll come.

        Things are out of control.
        Its just crazy. Who could imagine a 2000whp car driving around on the street 10yrs ago? Unbelievable
      1. Zee's Avatar
        Zee -
        Next its 60-130 in 1.5 seconds lol.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by oldgixxer Click here to enlarge
        Its just crazy. Who could imagine a 2000whp car driving around on the street 10yrs ago? Unbelievable
        Well they had them but not exactly in street motors. Now they are basing these on OEM designs (although highly reinforced).

        We will be at 2500 next year at this rate. It becomes a battle of fitting the biggest snails though. That really isn't that exciting, is it?
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Zee Click here to enlarge
        Next its 60-130 in 1.5 seconds lol.
        I'm already planning on a new standard. I'm surprised nobody else is.
      1. DBFIU's Avatar
        DBFIU -
        It is crazy. back in the 90's, Modding cars was getting an MSD ignition system and an intake. Today you can buy those things on amazon and if you want to be cool you need at least 1000 hp.

        Yep, times changed.