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Maintenance is key to the longevity of anyones vehicle. Whether it be changing your fluids, brake pads, shocks and bushings or all of the above; Maintenance is a must. Along with keeping the livelihood of ones GT-R alive, modifications to the exterior helps keep one entertained with their ride.

This 2009 Ivory Pearl GT-R came into SP to get a full front brake job along with a new ride height to accommodate its new wheels.

To-Do List:
Resurfaced front rotors
Custom painted red calipers
Project Mu B-Force brake pads
Installation of Swift Spec-R lowering springs
HRE P40SC 20" wheels
Toyo R888



The arrival of the wheels.



Disassembling of the front brake setup to get redone.



Project Mu goodies!



Both front and rear calipers were sent out to get powdercoated red.



Resurfaced front rotors, Project Mu B-Force pads, and powdercoated caliper… Looks so good!



At first, we weren't so sure if the red lug nuts would work well with the color of the wheels and everything else around it. But it actually looks good.



The aggressive & simple drop by the Spec R springs.



For more information and images of this build please visit www.sp-power.com

Eugene @ SP Engineering
 

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Awesome job as always. What were the specs on the wheels ?
 

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did the calipers need a rebuild after powder coat?
Our custom painted calipers do not require any type of rebuild. As long as they are prep'd properly the quality is oem.
 
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