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    • Forged Performance built Nissan GTR on Gen2 GTX3076's with Motec M150 ECU tuned on E85 put down 1265 to all four tires

      The Nissan GTR's make 1000+ all wheel horsepower seem like it's normal or even easy. This is a nice example from Forged Performance with a built motor and tuned by them on E85 ethanol using a Motec M150 engine control unit.


      It is also revving to 8k rpm thanks to billet camshafts and an upgraded valvetrain:


      Dodson provides the transmission upgrades:

      Quote Originally Posted by Forged Performance
      Great results from this ETS Gen2 GTX3076. This car has our freshly REM finished Dodson gear set and sounds nearly STOCK on the road...gear noise has been reduced to almost nothing at highway speeds. The team also fabricated a custom fit 3.5 inch ETS Downpipe with dump tubes and added a 3.5 inch ETS Y-Pipe. Still amazes us that we are seeing this kind of power from a pair of 30R sized turbo.
      Beast.


      This article was originally published in forum thread: Forged Performance built Nissan GTR on Gen2 GTX3076's with Motec M150 ECU tuned on E85 put down 1265 to all four tires started by Sticky View original post
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      1. lulz_m3's Avatar
        lulz_m3 -
        You could write these articles all day if you wanted to, so many GTR builds being done. Here is project Ghost from T1, which just today finished being dyno tuned at a solid 2200whp.

        "Project Ghost is done on the dyno and nearly ready for TX2K! What's not to love about a car with 41 miles on the odometer and almost 2,200whp? Car will still have full interior, A/C, satellite radio, etc."

        http://www.gtrheritage.com/topic/7463-project-ghost-t1-2000whp-build/


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        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
        You could write these articles all day if you wanted to,
        Seriously, it's insane.