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GReddy DCT Transmission Cooler for Nissan GT-R Debuts at SP Engineering

May 13th, 2010

Just launch days ago, GReddy has shipped what is one of the first units to official US GReddy dealer SP Engineering who wasted no time in fitting it up on their workshop SPE900 project GT-R. The kit is typical of the quality of product coming out of GReddy / Trust these days and fitted up great with amazing attention to detail at every step.

The core is 13 rows in size and 299×185.4x50mm in dimensions, it’s supplied with a FRP air duct to supply air from the front bumper and all hoses, hard lines and fittings needed to install it. It’s thermostat controlled to bypass the factory transmission oil cooler when it’s operating to maintain transmission fluid pressure. This also helps maintain the fluid temps independently of the engine coolant temperature.

It’s priced around the $2,495 mark minus the optional windshield reservoir tank. More photos at the SP Engineer blog and a link to the SP Engineering store is below…

Link: SP Engineering Store – GReddy Transmission Cooler
Link: SP Engineering Blog – GReddy DCT Transmission Cooler Photos
Link: Trust Website – New Product DCT Transmission Cooler

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GReddy TD06-20G Twin Turbo Kit by SP Engineering

May 9th, 2010

Great new video from the guys @ SP Engineering who’ve been busy building up some tough GT-Rs, the fastest ever down the drag strip to be precise.

Good enough for mid-9s down the quarter mile, matched with the right fuel setup this will leave you with a potent street or track car.

Link: SP Engineering Website

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Two More GT-Rs Run 9’s and New Records All Round

April 13th, 2010

A huge day for GT-R drag racing enthusiasts with not one but two more GT-Rs entering the mega exclusive 9 second R35 GT-R club.

A lonely club it was for the single GT-R in it until today when SP Engineering smashed the record and dug deep into the 9’s with a amazing 9.62 @ 150.75mph at SpeedWorld drag strip in Arizona, USA. That is seriously moving.

It was quickly followed by NAGTROC member Hing (rsfootball) who had an amazing day as well running back to back 9’s with a best of 9.8 @ 148mph.

Both of these cars feature the GReddy TD06-20g twin-turbo upgrade kit and were running the 18″ drag radials on Volk TE37 wheels for the best runs.

The SP Engineering car also has further modifications to the engine including:

  • GReddy Intercooler
  • CP Pisons with coating (standard sized)
  • Carrillo Conrods
  • 1000cc Injectors
  • SP Engineering Fuel Pump Setup w/FPR
  • TiTek Titanium Race Midpipe
  • TiTek Titanium Race Exhaust
  • Cobb AccessPORT

With all that said though, the clutches remain stock. You can actually check out their massive engine overhaul photo thread on their website here for pics of the engine components.

Hing’s car on the other hand is slightly milder, while it does have the same GReddy TD06-20g twin turbo kit, its still running standard internals… Yep a standard motor, upgraded fuel system, Cobb AcessPORT, GReddy Titanium Exhaust and Dodson Motorsport/Exedy upgraded clutch packs! There’s more to it than that but I’ll let Hing decide if he wants to divulge the rest over on NAGTROC

On this setup, and his own 20″ drag radials, he was running back to back 9.9’s. It was when he switched out to the 18″ drag radials that he dipped into the 9.8’s.

For these runs, both cars were running C16 fuel the track temps were around 120° F and air temps were about 80°F.

Congrats to Hing, SP Engineering and everyone involved in this huge success!

Link: SP Engineering Website
Link: NAGTROC Discussion Thread

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SP Engineering – 707 hp – Rise of the GT-R Video

September 2nd, 2009



SP Engineering have been busy, as early adopters of the GReddy Trust TD06H-20G twin turbo upgrade they’ve been testing and tuning at their California based workshop.

They’ve put together this sweet video to hype up some interest around this first of it’s kind install so I’m passing it on.

Looks great guys!

Link: SP Engineering Website

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TiTek Release Carbon Sideskirts and Titanium Mid Pipes for Nissan GT-R

April 9th, 2009

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Two new releases to show you guys today from TiTek, first up a set of Titanium Race Mid-Pipes for the GT-R. These feature 2x 76mm diameter pipes from the front pipes which join together into a single 90mm center section. This one has no resonator or flex join to keep weight down. It’s priced at $1,599.

Next is a set of original design carbon sideskirts. These are a bolt on skirt which adds that little extra to your GT-R to enhance the aggressive look. Works well with TiTek’s own front lip spoiler as well. Priced at $1,499 it’s available now.

Check out SP-Engineering for more info and to order these…

Link: TiTek from SP Engineering

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