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2010 Nissan GT-R Alpha 9 by AMS


While everyone else has been tinkering around, waiting to discover the next new detail on the 2012 Nissan GT-R , AMS Performance has been working on a package for the GT-R R35 that will just blow you away! The package is called the Alpha 9 and will catapult the standard 530hp found on the current GT-R R35 to a mind-boggling 650hp! Now, that’s an upgrade!

Adding this much extra power will inevitably bring better performance numbers. The Nissan GT-R is now capable of running the quarter mile in 10 seconds at 138 mph setting a new pump gas R35 GT-R 1/4 mile record. This does confuse us, however, because back in May we reported on a GT-R R35 that did the quarter mile in 9.62 seconds. We have to wonder if these two know about each other.

Next to the engine upgrade, the Alpha 9 package also includes a 90 mm exhaust system, upgraded billet wheel ball bearing turbochargers, new turbo inlet pipes, a front mount intercooler upgrade, and custom calibrated MAF sensors. The tuner can also add catalytic converters for the downpipes and a substitute race mid-pipe which removes the muffler as an option.

Of course, if you want to drive a sports car that can set a new world record, you will have to pay $21,999 for the package.

UPDATE 12/30/2010: Don’t like the GT-R Alpha 9 in black? Well, neither did another customer who just commissioned AMS to provide him with a livelier color for the sports car. Commence Operation Agent Orange. Click on the picture above to see the final dyno test of the spunkier GT-R!




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The Nissan GT-R is now capable of running the quarter mile in 10 seconds at 138 mph setting a new pump gas R35 GT-R 1/4 mile record. It can be travel at a super intensify density.

actually this package offers stock-like turbo spool up while boosting power output to an astounding 900 horsepower on race gas and 800 on pump gas.

He recently released a Aston Martin Blanc de Blancs edition, but went the other direction with this Ferrari in a sleek black exterior.

Yup. Definitely a 747-200. I still think Boeing and MT should have teamed up together for this photo shoot...in my dreams I guess.

In as much as I like the GT-R, I would have to disagree with MT’s "move over Veyron there is a new king in town" comment. The Veyron will murder this. 125k for this much car is just phenomenal.

Tears weld up in my eyes, as I watched it take off and looked at the specs. OMG!! He damn near broke the space time continuum. Like that other person said,

All I can think of is a slight riff on the Top Gear test track vids at the airfield with the 747-200(?) in the parked in the background? Just a thought.

First off, (chuckling) why is this supercar with super performance being pictured with an antiquated 1st-generation jetliner (DC-8)? I get the creative, artistic stance I guess...but, it would have been much cooler if it was pictured with the sleek new 787...c’mon, I had to say something, it’s what I do!

what? are you considerig the GT-R as a vette? are you in this world? both cars are different, chassis, performance and even the style, vette’s design is for American which means muscle and gas gussling engine while the GT-R is the Japanese pride. you can never compare the GT-R to a Vette.

The price and HP of this GTR are close with the ZR1. I would like to see some competition between the two.

I totally agree. It is like if the Vette were running turbo 4’s and AWD. It’s just not right.

Super GT rules require the stock chassis to be used, but body panels can be changed. Also, as of 2008, AWD is no longer allowed and a 3.4L F-N spec V-8 is mandated. If they intend on using the Super GT car as a base Nissan has no worries in competitiveness.

I hope they can upgrade this car up to 1000hp almost match with the bugatti.

Nice car. The good thing here is it’s actually not that expensive as any other sports car.

Nice car. The good thing here is it’s actually not that expensive as any other sports car.

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