I don't think anything by JRZ is going to be cheaper. Current price for OEM front and rear dampers is $718 each, so $2872 for all 4 corners. If the 2012 model prices are similar, that would be the cheapest set of dampers you can get for the GT-R.I'd be interested to know if there is a new part number for the dampers, and if so, the cost. JRZ's would probably be a lot cheaper, LOL.
not in America not for a long time if anything. I think Nissan will be persuaded to do this eventually so that the pre 2012s keep value and performance and warranty. The way I see it there will be at least two packages one will consist of power and cooling (front bumper/lip, ecu/tcu, thermostat, intakes and exhaust) and the other suspension/chassis. Wheels I'm guessing will be available to anyone?I read in one of the magazine reviews that there will be an upgrade program offered for 2009-2011 models.
Eric, Thanks for the pricing! Let us know when they can be ordered, I'd be up for a couple of those parts.. mainly the CF strut brace
which btw, the RH bracket I typoed, it's 544A6-KB50A . I corrected above.
No price is avalaible for the black edition wheels, I can't even get the part number as of yet.Eric, got a price on the black edition wheels just for the hell out it?
also any updates? on the 2012 caliper springs... i would imagine other 12 owners besides me are interested in them..
so you think this is a slightly different color than the specV wheel... from what i remember the specV wheel was like a straight high gloss blackThe part #s I have for the black edition wheels are:
They differ from the Spec-V wheel by the color being "Black Quartz Chrome" instead of "Black Color". Not sure if the part exists at all in your system, but you can check