Hello to all GT-R fans!
POWER Techniques is a tuning magazine based in Greece. Our history begins back in 1998. The magazine was launched to cover the gap in Greek automotive publications, therefore to cover the aftermarket industry. From the very first publication till today POWER Techniques covers every aspect of the aftermarket industry, representing thousands of professionals. Our editorial team tests thoroughly the cars on road and on track, conduct tests in the fully owned measuring equipment of POWER MEDIA LTD, evaluate on an objective basis all the data and passes into the readers all the necessary information in a direct way. Our magazine was awarded some years ago as the Best Tuning Magazine in Europe.
We use only Racelogic VBOXIII @ 100hZ for testing the cars, basically on the road and we also make dyno tests to almost every car that we feature.
Today, we would like to post a photo from a tuned Nissan GT-R that we have tested a couple of months before and was featured on our cover.
IHI VF34 turbos
GTC Suction pipe kit
GReddy AirInx filters
HKS intercooler kit
HKS SSQV3 blow off valves
Injector Dynamics ID1000
Walbro 255lt/hr x 2 fuel pumps
DynoExelixis ECU remmap with EcuTek FlashCan
TiTek carbon hood intakes
Dodson Motorsport Mechanical Circlip 1 & 2
Dodson Motorsport 4WD Gear Lock & Circlip holder
HKS DCT oil cooling system
DynoExelixis TCM Remap with EcuTek FlashCan
KW spring kit
MAHA LPS300 Dyno - Tsakanikas Performance/DynoExelixis
Power: 764,3Ps @ 7.420rpm
Torque: 86,9kgm @ 5.105rpm
ACCELERATION FROM STANDING START
2 Persons inside the car
Public road - zero uphill / downhill
Roll-on on 3rd
Roll-on on 2nd
The road was slippery and the car was spinning a lot on 1st and 2nd gear. Also, two days after the tests, the owner of the car figured out that the transmission's disks was not in a good shape and they also slipped a lot during the acceleration tests. When this issue was repaired, the car made 100-200km/h on 5,2 seconds with pump gas and a little bit of Torco Accelerator
Edited by POWER Techniques, 01 November 2012 - 03:42 PM.