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Following SEMA 2014, we were approached by Super Street magazine with a request to feature a SEMA build on the cover of one of their future issues. Much to our surprise, they ended up asking for not just one, but two of our GT-R projects to appear together in an 8-page double feature!

Featuring two of our Signature SEMA '14 R35 GT-R builds, our personal "Street Premium Lightweight" (SPL) demo car, as well as our GT1-inspired customer car, the March 2015 issue just hit newsstands.

Within the actual article, the author discusses a particular topic that we hold very near and dear - the duality of R35 tuning philosophies, and how different we all are in our decisions during our quest for the ideal car. While the premise of adding massive power is nothing new, we loved seeing the conversation and contrast of utilizing aggressive weight reduction as an alternative to the "more of everything is better" dialogue that typically dominates the conversation. Indeed they are two very different paths to upgrading.

We'd love to hear all your opinions on the topic since we love talking tuning philosophy and the myriad of options of how to make a great GT-R. Please feel free to have a read of the article and let us know what you think!!










Also thank you again to Super Street for everything, including allowing us to share the article with everyone online. We encourage you to pick up a copy of the issue, as well as all issues of SS. Support print media!!
 

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Thanks everyone for the compliments!

It's a Greddy Spec-R Intercooler.

So do we ;)

By the way, it's actually not black; the complete exterior of the car is carbon fiber. Some close-ups:



Love the way u made the weave mach up.
It's little (but massive work to get it right) details like that that sets it off.

Sent from my GT-I9300T using GT-R Life mobile app
 
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