One dyno test wasn’t enough for the gearheads over at Switzer Performance. They are back to the drawing board and bringing us yet another dyno test for the Nissan GT-R R35 R1K. While a standard GT-R develops 473 HP, the tuner managed to squeeze an impressive 1005 HP out of their little plaything.

To achieve such incredible horsepower, Switzer started off with a base P700 or P800 and then added giant turbochargers and intercoolers, new injectors, ECU, cooling system, new exhaust system, and a new transmission. The tuner didn’t mention how these additions affected the performance times, but they should be a whole lot better than the 0-60mph time of 3.4 seconds and the top speed of 193mph for the standard Nissan GT-R!

At the dyno test the tuner said: "Vehicle drove from our shop 20 miles to independent Mustang Dyno, made 1005awhp and drove back to the shop with A/C on and cruise control set. The goal of this combination was to generate 1000whp while maintaining a dual personality. We wanted to have a GTR that would cruise around as comfortably as our milder upgrade cars, but be a terror when at full boost in kill mode."


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  (677) posted on 09.21.2010

"There are other components that were developed such as a high performance titanium exhaust as well as a brake and suspension kit."

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