Nissan GT-R Black Edition ’59 Plate with SAT NAV. Litchfield Stage 1 - 590BHP

Sam McGoo

Junior Member
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#1
Unfortunately this has to go to make room for the Maserati. The wife won't let me keep both, apparently we have better things to spend the money on :(
So after 3 years owning this amazing machine, it's time for someone else to enjoy it.
Anyone fancy a bit of all season fun?

Nissan GT-R Black Edition ’59 Plate with SAT NAV. Litchfield Stage 1





Red bodywork with dark Wheels, Skirts, vents and windows – an eye catching combination, lovely in the flesh, pictures don’t do it justice. Black edition Red and black leather interior with Alcantera centers which matches the outside perfectly.







Litchfield Stage 1, Miltek Y-pipe, K&N Intake Filters, EcuTek Ver.5 Motorsport ROM (590BHP) with 4 selectable maps depending on fuel used, with adjustable boost levels in each, rolling launch etc. All selectable via the steering wheel controls. More details can be found here; http://www.litchfieldmotors.com/nissan-gtr/parts/ecu-v5#summary





Comprehensive specialist service history, (Middlehurst/Nissan/Litchfield/Kaizer) on the 6mth schedule (obviously the new owner can change to 12 mth if preferred.) 96mth service just been carried out.





68000 miles but has had an easy life! The previous owner commuted in it for 5 years, mainly on the dual carriageway, which lead to the original brake discs lasting an unbelievable 64k miles before needing to be replaced!
I have had it for the last 3 years covering around 16000 miles in that time, and have treated it with the utmost mechanical sympathy. Always warmed up with gentle driving and cooled down for the last few miles if been driven spiritedly. Always run on Tesco99 or v-power.

Launch counter = Zero, Oil temps in normal range, and clutch overheat protection never activated. All can be proved on EcuTek software.





Registered in Nov 2009 so is the later one with the HD Touchscreen, Sat Nav and Bose Surround sound AV with Bluetooth for Phone and music streaming. Also has USB input for Ipods, memory sticks etc and an internal 1TB Hard drive for ripping CDs to.





All common CBA problems have been addressed
-Bellhousing replaced,
-AV unit replaced,
-New uprated door speakers,
-Intercoolers replaced,
-Gearbox overhaul carried out incl.
---Dodson 2013+ Synchro Rings,
---Dodson Filters,
---4WD Gear Lock,
---Mechanical Circlips,
---New Clutch & line pressure Solenoids,
---Exchange Gearbox Valve Body,
---New Gearbox Sump,
---Dodson Magnet Kit.
---2013 updated Gearbox software.

Black edition equipment including;

Sat Nav
Dual zone climate control/AC
Electric window
Heated folding electric mirrors
Electric driver`s seat
Electric passenger`s seat
Heated seats
Headlight washers
Remote locking
Keyless entry
Keyless push button start
ABS
Traction control
Adjustable gearbox, suspension and TCS settings
Audio steering wheel remote
Cruise control
Driver`s airbag
Passenger`s airbag
Side airbags
Steering wheel rake/ reach adjustment
Isofix

Other additions including;
Alcon Brake Discs
Brand new Ferrodo DS 2500 Pads
Goodrich braided brake lines.
Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres all round – 5mm tread remaining.

Reversing Camera fitted
Front parking sensor,
Quad rear light modification.

For aural pleasure it has had a rear exhaust muffler delete which makes it louder than stock with a lovely tone, without being overly loud or raspy. Currently has HKS SSQV Blow off (Dump) Valves fitted to bring out the child in you.
Stock exhaust and BOVs available and can be fitted if you prefer.

Indoor car cover included





Just 3 previous owners
2 original keys, All manuals and original owners wallet present.

Very good condition inside and out – Dent and damage free with just a few small stone chips on the front as expected for age and mileage.







HPI clear, not financed. Private plate will be removed.

Priced realistically to sell. There are No known faults! Just been serviced!

£32,499 ono




 
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#2
That looks cool.. I've always fancied one of those after a lunchtime 10 minute thrash around the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit in the summer

Amazingly fast! Best of luck with the sale Sam

It'll be far too quick for people on here :cool:

Dave
 
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#12
Well done on the sale. There does seem to be a good market for GTR's. When we did Brunty the queue for rides in the GTR's outstripped all other Marques.
 

zagatoes30

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#15
Are GTR's quite expensive to maintain? Also very harsh/hard? That was my impression as an outsider.
Not heard too many maintenance horror stories but the modification options are always there to tempt your wallet open. Never been in one so can't comment on the ride harshness but I understand they have the same lack of charm character that the R33 & 34 had, great cars just don't stir the soul too much function over form is my understanding
 

MGT

Junior Member
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#16
Are GTR's quite expensive to maintain? Also very harsh/hard? That was my impression as an outsider.
My friend ran on modded by knight racer (I think), is fairly well off, and always told stories of the dreadful maintenance costs and things always breaking or needing replacement. Bushes (heavy car) and gearbox being the big ones I can remember.

My impression is supercar speed with supercar running costs.

I am sure they are lovely to own/drive but many other cars I would rather own ahead of them, my current GTS included.