Nissan Silvia S15 (Drift variants)

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This topic is for professional drift competition variants of the S15.

This model has appeared in Forza as the:

  • 2000 Nissan Top Secret D1-Spec S15 (FM2-FM4)**

The specific car that is being requested is the 2000 Top Secret D1-Spec S15 Silvia, which was last seen in Forza Motorsport 4 as a unicorn car.
It competed in the 2004 season of the D1 Grand Prix and eventually went on to win the championship. It was driven by Ryuji Miki at the time.

With the exterior, it has a Top Secret front bumper and splitter, side skirts, front fenders, carbon hood, and GT wing. The carbon trunk is made by Yashio Factory, and the rear bumper & fenders are made by T&E. The rims are Volk Racing GT-Cs.
In terms of modifications, the engine is the 2.0L
4-cylinder SR20. However, it has been heavily modified & has received a 2.2L stroker kit and turbo from HKS, an exhaust manifold made by Top Secret themselves, and a Tomei camshaft. Including more modifications for power & cooling, the car makes a total of 550HP, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.

The interior is very tame compared to the exterior, but it houses HKS boost controllers, Defi gauges for oil/water/exhaust temperatures & oil pressure, Recaro SR-G bucket seats, and a Cusco 12-point rollcage.

This would be an amazing and unique car to drive & drift in new Motorsport, especially since it has such an interesting story behind it. If anyone at Turn 10 sees this, please consider bringing this car back! :pray:


I want that car back!

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Same here! I think having aftermarket tuned cars back in forza games would be good in general

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