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For those that have struggled with the GT-R not shifting under high acceleration situations....struggle no more!!!


High horsepower GT-Rs launch and pull so hard that fluid in the transmission sloshes back far enough to allow the oil pickup to suck in air. This aeration of the transmission fluid creates a drop in line pressure which, in turn, causes miss-shifts and slipping clutches that will damage your GT-R's expensive transmission!

The GR6 Fluid Slosh Solution!

The Alpha GR6 Filter Pickup Extension / Relocation kit solves this trans fluid starvation problem by relocating the pickup to the back of the trans pan. The kit also spaces the factory pan down by ¾". This adds almost 2 quarts to the capacity of your transmission while increasing the thermal capacity of the system.

Simple Installation

By retaining the factory filter and designing the kit for simple bolt in installation, this is a no brainer for anyone doing a transmission upgrade. Recommended for GTRs running anything other than stock turbos, or 60' times in the 1.5's or lower.

Protect your expensive GR6 transmission, order your Alpha GR6 Filter Pickup Extension/Relocation Kit today!

Exclusive Benefits

Simple bolt on installation
Added fluid capacity
Added thermal capacity
Factory filtration


Billet filter pickup extension
Pan spacer
Extended pan bolts
O-ring, lock ring, lock ring bolts


2009+ Nissan R35 GT-R
Fits all USDM, JDM and European Models (LHD & RHD)

MSRP: $949.95

Alpha Billet Relocation Plate

Pickup Inlet

Assembly mounted in transmission

This is a nice add on component for any existing built transmissions. For those looking to have a trans built using one of these new pickups not to worry, Sheptrans will be stocking this item.


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Surprised AMS hasn't come out with their own GR6 tranny pan yet ??
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