The Nissan GT-R II project car was recently powered up with a variety of performance parts from Vivid Racing.
Online PR News – 25-June-2012 – Gilbert, AZ 85233 – Vivid Racing recently did a photo shoot to show off their project car, the Nissan GT-R II. First and foremost is the new set of MHT’s Niche SPA 3-piece super concave wheels. The front is a 21×10 with a 285/30/21 Pirelli P-Zero and the rear is a 21×11 with a 305/30/21 Pirelli P-Zero tire. Featuring these custom GT-R center caps, the tinted brushed wheels with gloss black lips are a perfect finish for the Super Silver Nissan paint. Giving the GT-R its mean stance, is a KW Variant 3 Coil Spring Kit. The KW spring kit allows the GT-R to keep its dynamic suspension and use these enhanced springs to lower the car and provide a stiffer more balanced handling vehicle. The Coilover Sleeve kit features a primary and helper spring to still retain a nice ride on the steet. With a 800lb/in spring in the front and a 460lb/in spring in the rear, the KW kit is one that should not be skipped in the GT-R mod process.
With the stance looking strong, some power bits were added to the vehicle. The easiest way to get power from the twin turbo vehicle is with a Cobb Accessport. The OBDII plug and play kit features different stage maps so as you mod you can easily update your tuning. The same unit used in the VR700 kit, the Cobb Tuning AP stage 1 map makes a plug in 60 horsepower. In addition to the tuning, also added was a new Agency Power Titanium exhaust system with midpipe to give it a great crisp tone. The new titanium catback (which is built to order only) features quad tips and an ultra lightweight design keeping the muffler only section to around 15lbs. In combination with the midpipe and stock downpipes (soon to be replaced), the GT-R now gives a whole lot of pull.