Steve Millen has a long history of putting Nissan on the podium at professional racing events, and his tuning shop Stillen is known for making the most out of every generation of Nissan’s Z car. Now the Nissan tuner has turned his attention to the super car in the Japanese automaker’s lineup, the GT-R. Stillen transforms the GT-R from one of the best performance bargains on the market into a 620 HP beast that is ready to compete in the upcoming Targa Newfoundland Rally in Canada.

620 HP Targa Newfoundland Nissan GT-R by Stillen
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Stillen has been working on this project for the last six months, and we would like to add that it was well worth the wait! Thanks to a new intake system with K&N filters, a set of downpipes, removal of the catalytic converters, an electronic boost controller and a pair of upgraded blow-off-valves allows the GT-R to make as much as 620 HP and makes it go from 0 to 60 MPH in just 2.9 seconds and run through the 1/4 Mile in 11.0 seconds flat at 127.9 MPH.

The Stillen GT-R race car also features: Eibach Race Springs, adjustable sway bars and endlinks, AP Racing carbon-ceramic brakes, and Bridgestone tire, new front lip spoiler, side skirts, canards, and carbon-fiber replacements for the bonnet, trunk lid, rear wing, air ducts and side mirrors and racing bucket seats on the interior.


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