At 11.6, the GT-R would still be second best to a 1969
1969 Corvette 427 L88 11.54 @ 120.75
Super Chevy Pure stock drags.
The rules are pretty strict: The car has to be as the factory built it, stock block (up to .070-inch overbore is OK), heads (no big valves, porting, or gasket matching), cam and valvetrain (no rollers), and carb. Exhaust must use the OEM manifolds and tailpipe exit. Carb jetting, distributor tuning, and low-restriction air filters are OK, as are X-pipes systems and aftermarket mufflers. The great equalizer is that all cars must run on stock-sized tires
. This may shock you, but the hot ticket for a quick launch is repro bias-plys pumped up to 45 psi. Low 60-footer so far on 'em is an incredible 1.81.
Sure the car was set up for the strip, but it's 40 years old, carburated, and doesn't have computer controlled traction either.