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Nissan GT-R Tuned By Hennessey

Godzilla 600 upgrade packageGodzilla 700 upgrade package
Hennessey have done it again and released their new offspring to create havoc in the civilized world. After producing the 1200 horsepower Twin-Turbo Venom SRT Coupe monster and tuning both American muscle and super-cars as well as European models, Hennessey thought it was time to go Japanese, thus the Godzilla was born.

The Godzilla is based on a standard 2009 Nissan GT-R which you can upgrade from its standard build with two Hennesey sport packages – the Godzilla 600 and Godzilla 700. The power offered by the upgrades is exactly as their names, 600 horsepower for the Godzilla 600 and 700 for the other one.

As reported by GlobalMotors, the price that you will have to pay for more juice out of your already powerful 2009 Nissan GT-R is going to be $11,500 ($14,500 installed) for the smaller version of the upgrades (Godzilla 600) and $18,500 ($24,500 installed) for the bigger version (Godzilla 700).

The Godzilla 600 upgrade will include polished aluminum inter cooler pipes, an air induction system upgrade, electronic boost controller (if the GT-R wasn't already full off electric stuff and gauges of all kinds), stainless steel turbo down pipes, stainless steel mid-pipe exhaust upgrade, waste gate actuator upgrade and a Blow-off valve upgrade (our personal favorite). The sum of all that bla-bla-bla is a monumental 600 horsepower at a peak of 6,400 rpm and 570 lb-ft at 5,200 rpm.

The Godzilla 700 has the same upgrade package but it's better tweaked to produce 100 horsepower more and 630 lb-ft of torque.

The only thing you have to worry about now is traffic and speed cameras, but you'll probably be able to fool the latter.
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