Nissan GT-R by Power Enteprise

Article by Christian A., on August 27, 2010

Power Enterprise broke their silence this week and made public their product range consisting of one new development that goes beyond the limits of what has been attained up to this point. Top of the list in the lineup is the 35GTR 560 hp kit.

This consists of the Power Enterprise P-Map ECU, PWR Air Impulse II air filters and intake piping kit. Apparently, this kit is good for 560 hp when fixed to a regular Nissan GT-R.

Following is the 35GTR 600 hp kit which highlights once more, the P-Map ECU, PWR Air Impulse II air filters and intake piping kit.

It also puts in the PWR Supersonic Titanium 89mm diameter exhaust, and uprated wastegate actuators. There is also another secret project Power Enterprise have been working on to be revealed at Tokyo AutoSalon in January, the Power Enterprise Four Charger System.

Power Enterprise has added two Rotrex C30-94 superchargers to the already twin-turbo VR38DETT creating a double twin-charged system. VR38DETTRR right!?

Supplementing the double twin-charged powerplant system is uprated PWR 650cc fuel injectors, a 35GTR 600 hp kit including a few other bespoke items.

Sufficient for 650hp it is intended for maximum mid-range torque for work on circuit time attack. The demo vehicle will be at Tokyo AutoSalon beginning the 9th of January.

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