Nissan GT-R Hit by Tuning Explosion

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Earlier today, we told you that the 2012 Model Year will probably be the last one for the R35 GT-R, adding that the Nissan is preparing the hottest factory version yet. However, writing about an even more focused GT-R made us want even more, so we started surfing the web for a true extreme project based on the Japanese supercar.

Ladies and Gentlemen, we give a 800 hp GT-R that rides on 21-inch ADV.1 rims (we must thank stancenation and Ronnie Renaldi for the info and images). The Godzilla you see here was fitted with Switzer’s P800 package, but that is only a part of the story, as the owner wanted to push the tuning pedal to the floor, going for extreme modifications, such as a roll cage, a carbon fiber explosion for the interior, as well as a multitude of mean but not exagerated aerodynamic modifications.

We won’t go through the complete list of mods here. Instead, we’ll give a sample of what this ride is all about by enumerating the brakes and suspension aftermarket goodies (yes, we're obsessed with handling more than anything else):
  • JRZ RS pro coil overs running 1200/1000 spring combo
  • Dodson front upper control arms
  • Dodson rear lower control arms
  • Stillen adjustable sway bars
  • Braided brake lines
  • PFC rotors with PFC pads
  • Willall brake mister system

As for the aforementioned rims, we are talking about ADV.1 10 deep Convace three-piece wheels that come in a 21x10.5-inch (front) and 21x12-inch (rear) size. The rims uses a back matte center, brushed gunmetal lip and have the barrel tinted clear. The tires? Just as extreme: Pirellis 295/25/21 (front) and 375/20/21 (rear).
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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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