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Steve Tracy 1991 Nissan Sentra

Make: Nissan
Model: Sentra SE-R
Year: 1991

Driver: Steve Tracy

Primary Use: Daily Driver, AutoX, Track Days/HPDE's

Progress Product/Service Testimonial:
The Progress Auto components without a doubt make this car what it is - ...a SE-R thoroughly tweaked for corner carving domination. The tracking and balance in corners is incredible, yet as a "Daily Driver", it takes some seriously nasty bumps in stride. With the Progress F&R sways and subframe brace, you can stand this car up on 3 (or less) wheels at any track or AutoX event. I have yet to see anyone drive this car who did not come away simply amazed with its handling prowess.

Vehicle Accomplishments:
?Sport Compact Car "Project SE-R" - longest running project car
?"Boxcar vs. Jellybeans" Winner - Buttonwillow against a NISMO R-Tune and NISMO S-Tune B15's, 0.96 g lateral acceleration
?3000 mile XC sprint w/o a single mechanical mishap
?DSP AutoX Contender and Track Day Handling Machine

Modifications:

Performance:

Custom Intake, 2.5" SSAC Header
Magnaflow Custom Exhaust
JDM 10:1 CR SR20DE Motor
Unorthodox Racing pulleys
Centerforce Clutch
JWT Custom Tune Switchable Cam Profile ECU

Suspension:

3-way adjustable Front 30-mm Progress sway bar 22-mm Rear
Progress Coil-overs with 350 lb/in. front and 250 lb/in. Spring Rates
Progress Lower Control Arm Brace
Energy Suspension Bushings
Ground Control Camber Plates with custom triangulated firewall and strut tower braces
Motegi Traklites 15x7" w/Kuhmo MX 205/50/15 MX tires street use
Nitto NT-01 R-Compound Competition Tires

Braking:

Wilwood 4-Piston Calipers with Corrado 11.0" Rotors Front
Nissan Maxima Rear Discs
B15/U13 0.95" upgraded Master Cylinder
G-Spec Stainless Steel/Kevlar-reinforced Brake Lines

Interior:

Nissan R32 Skyline Steering Wheel and Horn

Exterior:

Nissan Sunny JDM Bumpers and front grill
Nissan Tsuru Headlights

Special Thanks:

?To Dave Coleman, for caring enough to make this car what it is today, and to SCC, and all the others who supported the effort.
?To Dan Johnson, who defined "friend", by co-driving the 3000 mile sprint from CA to CT, through every condition imaginable, including snow and sleet in PA on summer tires rated "N/A" for snow traction.
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