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With the Internet bursting with ugly tales of GT-R launch control abuse, broken transaxles and void warranties, a nasty rumor began; that the 2010 Nissan GT-R won't have launch control.
Could it be? Really?
So we asked and asked and asked. We asked three Nissan employees: one from the public relations department, one from engineering and one high-ranking executive. The first two confirmed its removal was being considered seriously, but the decision had not yet been made. Then the high-ranking executive confirmed the bad news.
"It's gone," he said when asked if launch control would return in 2010. "We just don't want to deal with the warranty nightmare anymore. It'll make the 2009 GT-R really special. It'll be the only R35 with launch control." -- Kelly Toepke, News Editor
 

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lol... too funny...

i knew this was gonna happen... nissan should have known this was gonna happen.. you cant put in a feature on a car and not expect it to be used and abused

further more... the people that are using and abusing it, should know better... because awd+loads of grip+ drag/hardlaunches = broken car...

some peoples kids
 

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well, then at the same time the amount of money to replace the transmission for the car is crazy. Remember that a transmission is built for the specific engine
 
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