Is that quoted in any lit or from just what you see? The tach on your dash isn't really a good indicator, infact it sucks. The 99 supposedly has a 7000rpm but I think it cuts out before that.2002-G-Sport said:I have a 2002 and it hits 6900rpm everytime it also a 5 speed
So that's what the Nissan/Infiniti tech specs say? I'll go with that. I know sometimes the redline will be higher or lower in reality but I was looking for what Nissan says it is, thanks.gdalton said:On my 2k G the redline is set at 6750 but it will go into the red up...
You sure about that? I know a lot of 200SX SE-R users that are switching over to the 95-96 ecu because it raises the redline to 7500.JG20 said:Jason,
As far as the tach says, I think only the 91-93's have a 7500 rpm redline. The 94-96's are a bit lower (just a bit over 7000 rpm). I think this was due to the switch from high port to low port.
As far as the P10's go:JG20 said:I don't know what the differences are but some do have 7500 and some have 7250 redlines.
This is true. I own a 1994 Auto with 7250 but on Sat. went with my BF to test-drive a 1995 Manual which was 7500....poor boy fell in luv with that car but he's got no cosigner.A380Driver said:for the P10 I dont think there was a difference between low and high port, but rather it was a difference between Auto's and manuals.
7500 for manual
7250 for auto