The Queen Is Dead, Long Live The Queen.Happened January 15th, 2009, bout 7:45a MST...I was cruisin my normal 45 down Hampden (west) here in Aurora, CO... thi... Show mores lady was waiting on a side street to turn left (from those apartments) so that she could go east down Hampden, and I don't know if she had the devil inside her, or just a bit of the Evil Knievel, but she must have thought she could make it in front of me but, she didn't make it. I T-Boned her right in her front driver fender. She's lucky I was able to swerve as much as I did, I avoided hitting her driver door... Slammed the brakes and I have my snow tires, but, the streets were kinda wet and I just slid, BLAM! Show Less
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Thanks for visiting my page, be sure to check back as things are constantly changing. Also try to visit G20.NET for other great information on the G20 and Nissan Primera! Show Less
My G20 is a 2001 Touring Edition. 2.0 sr20de powered engine with 145 horse power (est. 125 whp at the wheels) front engine front wheel drive touring sedan wi... Show moreth a LSD manual transmission. Overseas the car was manufactured as the Nissan Primera. In 2000, Nissan changed the G20's engine to a roller rocker engine (this means that the rocker arms (the parts that transfer the actions to the valves) have a roller bearing built into them. This takes away friction (and is great for high revving engines.) The 99 and older did not have the roller rockers. Through out the page keep an eye out for links that will take you to sites for more information…
These are factory pictures (not of my car) of how the car came stock, used from the official Infiniti Site:
The G20/Primera P11 as seen in the British Touring Cup Championship, he car was a featured contender in the BTCC, both as it's 1st version (a P10) and the later version (P11 - shown).:
My car was all factory spec when purchased, but slowly I have been modifying the car... Below are pics of the different changes the car has undergone...
I've changed the grill to a black G20 Sport grill, added some O.Z. Superleggera's (17" at 15.4 lbs. with a 40 mm offset), and some Dunlop Direzza DZ101 to wrap them in for summer... I currently am rolling on H&R Sport Springs springs and KYB GR2 shocks. The Springs lowered the car approximately 2" on the 4 corneres. They're a bit stiffer then stock, and the KYB GR2's are compensate some what as they too are stiffer then the stock shocks. Not quite perfectly matched, but the ride is great. For bump stops I also opted for Koni Bump Stops which added a extra level of comfort as they are progressive.
Custom air dam meshing (adding a sport look)
I have heated seats but not the entire cold weather package that was offered on some G20 models. A few shots of the interior:
I added a few cosmetic interior additions, from companies like Sparco, Razo, and Nismo (Nissan Motorsports International). Sparco pedal set (bolt on) .... Razo "Dead Pedal" (bolt down) ... Pedals from the far ...
Nismo Titanium Shift Knob ...
In regards to the in-car entertainment, I have installed an Alpine CDA-9853..
In the front doors, I have JL Audio TR650-CSi’s, however, the CSI tweeters wouldn’t fit in my A Pillar, so I opted to buy some upgraded Infinity Reference tweeters. The rear deck was fitted with JL Audio TR650-CX’s. In the trunk I bought a 10” Kenwood sub w/ 200w amp for a little extra three dimensional sound. For detailed pictures of the install you can visit G20.net.
Here is the sr20de that's powering this beast. I added a Stillen Warm Air Intake which is good for about 3-5 whp gains. It does help gas mileage, and adds a nice throaty sound to the engine.... Added a Nismo Oil Cap and a Nismo Radiator Cap for a little dressing... Show Less