+1 Also maintenance should be the same as a stock GT-R. There really isn't any additional work that would need to be done over stock.I don't think that question can be answered just yet. The few 1000whp customer owned GT-Rs out there have very little miles on them. Even the GT-Rs that have 1k whp on C16 make around 800 on pump and are usually not driven on kill mode day in and day out. A year from now we should have a good answer on how reliable they are though.
Just my .02
I totally agree with you,High HP build's are never predictable. Some can go on for years, some will poop quick. All you can hope for is that if something does go south quick, your builder is willing work with you.
1000 HP R35 is very reliable car especially if you compare it with the SUPRA and the old R34, 33 and 32.I think its real foolish to expect reliability out of a vehicle that has been modified to 1000awhp period. Everybody drives differently and for me that shit wouldnt last 6 months.
Wow, that means 20,000 kilometers and those 1000 horses are still healthy.1000 HP R35 is very reliable car especially if you compare it with the SUPRA and the old R34, 33 and 32.
We build so many 800 to 1000 + HP gtrs and thanks god no one back to us for major failure.
One of them build for more than 6 months and the owner hade many many races (street races) and the car still works perfectly, he only change plugs and oil and it's putting more than 12,000 mile since it's build.
40 -30 minute sessions a year? 20 hours of track time? Even at stock power levels, everything is going to need a rebuild. At that kind of level you would need to rebuild the whole car every year. Anything else, and you are not understanding the stresses you are putting the car though. I have been involved with professional road racing the last 5 years. Every session the car(Scion, Nissan Skyline GT-R) gets a full check out. After every weekend parts get replaced. Every year, engine and transmission rebuild, more often if necessary.For road course I would want full power for 30 minutes sessions 40 times a year. With this kind of requirement, power level would definitely have to dial back and carbon ceramic brakes a must.