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Garage Queen
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I finally wrapped up a several weeks of mods last month.
Here's the rundown on my full-bolt, E85, 2013 GT-R with other interior mods:

-AMS non-catted DP's
-AAM non-catted mid-pipe
-SiR 265 LpH Fuel Pumps
-SiR 1,150 Injectors
-HKS 'Super Fire' plugs
-Red Tial BOV's (100% VTA)
-Got Boost Upper & Lower Intercooler pipes
-Got Boost MAF Delete Intakes
-Got Boost Speed Density Kit
-Motul OW-40 Oil
-Cobb AP006 Tuner
-AMS Coolant Tank
-AMS Custom Tune (E85 & 92 Octane)

-ACG Roll-bar
-Schroth 4-Point Harnesses
-Auto Tecknic Shift Paddles
-Durement Steering Wheel (Cyber-GT Model)
-DCT Motorsports Carbon Steering Wheel Panel

I did all the install work myself over the course of a couple weeks in the late winter & spring.
Special thanks to Dave @ Got Boost, Bill @ SiR, and Tal @ ACG.
Without help & advice from those guys, I couldn't have completed this project.

Also, big thanks to both Eric & Chris @ AMS.
Working with these guys on my eTune was nothing but a pleasure.
My purchase from them was very small in comparison to their heavy hitter projects.
However, they treated me like I was working on a big baller Alpha 12-type build.
Class act all the way - thanks guys!

Performance numbers?
I'm not sure of the dyno numbers, yet, but I figure it's gotta be about 600whp, right??
I went to the drag strip last week and got a couple runs in.
Best run was 11.3 @ 129 mph with a (crappy) 2.017 second 60' time.
Lot of room for improvement and I didn't use launch control either.
Safe to say ALPHA Omega's 1/4 mile runs won't be threatened by me anytime soon.

It seems like almost daily somebody is breaking ground with a 1,000 hp beast in here.
If a 600 hp, bolt-on, E85 GT-R is this much fun, wow, you big build guys are really killin' it!
Even the difference I've experienced at this power level really does transform the car.....

Thanks for reading and here's some pics from the project:


Time to get to work:

Amazing AMS quality:

Fits like a glove:

AAM non-catted:

SiR Injectors Installed:

GT-R wingman assisting with Intercooler Pipes:

ACG Roll-Bar. Lengthy install, but well worth it:

Finished off with red, 4-point Schroth harness:

Favorite mod - Steering wheel, paddles, & carbon:

Terrific product:

Love the under hood view & the Tial's:

Lots of great Got Boost product in here:

Out for a shake-down run:

Rare sun in WA State:

Time for some posing:

ALPHA 9 in training:

ACG Automotive
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I am in love! Reminds me so much of mine when she was younger

Always been a pleasure working with you Chris

Garage Queen
328 Posts
I am in love! Reminds me so much of mine when she was younger

Always been a pleasure working with you Chris
Thanks, Tal. I gathered some ideas from your project last year!

It was great working with you and I appreciate your advice.
Putting a shopping list together (carbon stuff, wheels) so you'll be hearing from me!

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great work chris. doing that all yourself is pretty impressive. after installing downpipes myself it killed my desire to do anymore work myself ;)

as for power, yes i'd have to imagine 600 on e85 with 17-18 psi. certainly could be tuned for more, but in the interest of longevity probably good to stay where you're at.
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