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Garage Defend Nissan R35 GT-R aero-kit


Garage Defend Nissan R35 GT-R aero-kit

Garage Defend Nissan R35 GT-R aero-kit

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Modification of the R35 GT-R is still in its infancy but already top-name tuners like Amuse and Mines have set new lap records for Japan’s Tsukuba Circuit with only minor modifications to Nissan’s new super-coupe. The latest firm to join the growing list of GT-R tuners is Garage Defend, whose latest package, like most other off-the-shelf kits for the R35, sets out to improve on the aerodynamics of the car.

The kit includes custom carbon-fiber canards on the front bumper that’s claimed to improve braking performance and cornering stability but comes at the cost of top speed. Garage Defend also produces a full carbon-fiber grille replacement and Voltex GT wing, both of which help improve downforce of the car. Engineers also installed an adjustable lowering suspension kit, dropping the car a full 30mm, and compliment this with an uprated brake package.

Garage Defend also replaced the standard Recaros with new ‘Blood Red’ Bride bolsters and added a standalone electronic boost controller.

The only modifications to the powertrain include new high-low filters and a Blitz NUR-spec F-Ti muffler at the rear.

Via: Nihoncar
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  1. Holy crap that looks awesome.
     
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  2. The interior looks kinda cheap though. I could easily buy it, but i am not bothered. im gonna get an SL65 instead, or a Lambo LP-560 if it doesn't come into production in 3000 years.
     
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  3. its 70k car, you're comparing it to things that cost 3-5 times as much... bang for the buck, theres nothing better out there.
     
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  4. Ha sideburns! No Thanks!
     
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