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2012 Nissan GT-R Premium Edition FBO E85

Location: Prosper, TX
Factory options: Premium Edition, GT-R floor mats
Color: Super Silver
Mileage: 33,XXX. Will change. I drive it once or twice a week.
VIN: JN1AR5EF8CM250560
Private Sale: Yes. 2nd owner.
Under warranty: No
Sale Price: $70k
Title: Bank lien with State Farm Bank.
Local Pickup: Yes
Shipping: Yes. Arranged by buyer
Will You Ship International: No
Payment: Bank loan / Wire Transfer (Car will be released once funds are verified in my account)
Returns Accepted: No
Contact Method: PM / email ([email protected]) / mobile (940) 208-9746
Trades: No
Will You Allow Test Drives: Yes, for a serious buyer with large deposit
Who will be paying for the PPI: Buyer
Why is it for sale: Going back to Z06

Performance Modifications:
- AMS Downpipes
- AMS midpipe
- Greddy exhaust
- T1 3" air intakes
- Injector Dynamics 1340cc injectors

- Walbro 485 fuel pump
- Accessport NIS006

- GT1R flex fuel kit; true flex fuel tune by Tony @ T1
- GT1R brake boost kit

- 5% rear tint, 30% up front
- Rexpeed CF front splitter
- CF rear spoiler (not sure of manufacturer, it was on the car when I bought it. Just had it re-cleared)

- CF hood ducts
- CF side GTR emblem covers
- Clear side markers front and rear
- Swift spec-r springs (dropped 1" all around)

- Zeitronix ethanol content analyzer

- LEDs

- Alcon rotors

- HPS pads

- 21" ADV1 Deep Concave 3-piece forged wheels ($12k new)
- Matte black centers / gloss silver outers
- Michelin Pilot Super Sports (put on @ 20k miles)
- 265/30ZR21 Front
- 305/25ZR21 Rear
- (4) OEM TPMS

The car makes 656hp/623tq on E85 and 598hp/618tq on 93. The flex fuel system will adjust the tune on the fly for whatever mix of E85 and 93 you have in the tank.

I have the original premium edition wheels and tires, rear spoiler, side markers, springs, hood ducts, fuel pumps, injectors, and intakes if buyer wants them.

This is a great car with high quality mods. No mechanical issues whatsoever. The carfax may show an accident. My wife drove over the 4 foot tall dividers that separate the HOV lane from the rest of the highway on I-75. There was an accident in the HOV lane and had traffic stopped, so it was a low speed impact (like 3 mph). It damaged the CF splitter but that was it. I took advantage of it being in the shop and had the front end resprayed so there is zero road rash or rock dings. I also had the rear CF spoiler re-sprayed while it was in there (8 coats of clear).

The transmission and differentials were serviced 5/12/15 @ T1. The rotors and pads were installed then as well.

Thanks for looking!

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