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SEMA 2009: SEIBON GT-R Featuring SEIBON Carbon and APEXi Exhaust

December 2, 2009 Comments off


If you thought we were done with GT-Rs from SEMA you’re mistaken, there were quite a few stalking the giant halls, wading amongst the Camaro ocean. This SEIBON decked out GT-R, for example, was on display at the SEIBON booth and was suprisingly carbontastic.

Well in case you’ve been hiding under a rock, here’s some background, SEIBON have had a fairly comprehensive range of carbon fibre parts available for the GT-R for quite some time now. Some of the parts on offer include:

  • Carbon fibre hoods, both OE and aero style
  • Carbon fibre trunk lid
  • Carbon fibre rear spoiler
  • Carbon fibre rear underspoiler
  • Carbon fibre front lip spoiler
  • Carbon fibre doors
  • Carbon fibre front fenders
  • Carbon fibre rear seat delete sets
  • Carbon fibre rear center console
  • Carbon fibre engine cover
  • Carbon fibre radiator shroud

The SEIBON GT-R was also fitted with the exceptional new A’PEXi Racing Sports Evolution Extreme exhaust for Nissan GT-R, something we think is gonna sell like hotcakes as soon as A’PEXi can get them into the hands of dealers.

SEIBON parts are being increasingly adopted by tuners worldwide for their demo cars and have popped up on HKS Kansai’s R35 GT-R, AutoSelect’s R35 GT-R, Dynamic Autosports Drift R35 GT-R and more.

For a comprehensive list of parts and where to get them from, hit up the link below…

Link: SEIBON Website


APEXi Exhaust for Nissan GT-R – Coming Soon

October 3, 2009 Comments off


APEXi have been quiet on the Nissan GT-R scene since launch with barely a peep that they were in development. Recently however, they’ve been throwing around a few sneak peek pixelated images so we were eagerly anticipating their take on the exhaust system for the GT-R.

They didn’t dissapoint, they managed to craft a unique design that is both logical and attractive. The theory is that splitting the exhaust flow from 1 into 2 and then 4 again as most manufacturers are doing it creates more turbulence in the gas flow. The APEXi exhaust only splits the flow in one location, 1 into 4.

That’s the theory anyhow, the sound is also obviously going to be a lot sportier with these smaller resonators. Something that tops the list of reasons people upgrade the GT-Rs exhaust.

Finally, the APEXi exhaust is a good looker being finished in high quality polished stainless steel with attractive looking burnt titanium tips.

Expect this to be out on sale later in the month and sell for around the 285,000 yen mark.

Link: APEXi Official Website