Mine’s Release Pricing for Carbon Front Bumper for Nissan GT-R

March 6th, 2010

The GT-R’s front end is well designed for both cooling and aero purposes. It’s hard to improve on it but with enough dedication and application of sound principles and by putting a lot of thought into the design, the team at Mine’s did just that. The new Mine’s Dry Carbon Front Bumper which we debuted on GTRBlog in January is now ready and pricing has been released.

The bumper itself is priced at 890,000 yen minus the canards. The Mine’s Carbon Canard Type-II that integrate so well with the front bumper are priced separately at 160,000 yen. As a set the whole lot will be 1,050,000 yen in Japan.

On the topic of Mine’s they’ve also put together a FAQ sheet on the Mine’s power upgrades which are currently available. These upgrades aren’t factoring in the Mine’s Complete Engine or any other new power upgrades that may be in the pipeline.

These two sheets give details on what the upgrades consist of, the target power increases with a few technical details in there as well. There’s also a nicely formatted web version that is possibly easier to read.

Take a look at these sheets in the gallery below and head over to the Mine’s website to contact them if you have any more questions!

Link: Mine’s Website (English)
Link: Mine’s Tuning Upgrade Guide for Nissan GT-R

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  1. 959 owner
    | #1

    thats about 10k $

  2. EvolutionVI
    | #2

    Looks awesome,but is a pure ripoff….7000€ for a bumper….it will improve nothing….just the pockets of Mr Mines….

  3. R35VR38DETT
    | #3

    Exactly…i find it too expensive even at 5k…

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