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Password:JDM Carbon Parts Update

September 27, 2008 Comments off

Password:JDM have completed their development of the carbon fibre parts we gave you a preview of a week ago. Working fast, they’ve fitted them to a GT-R and shot some glamour photos for us all.

For those in the US, these parts will be available in October so get ready to order them. Customers of Password:JDM already include Axis Wheels who ordered an early set of Password:JDM carbon parts for their corporate yellow GT-R. More on that later.

They’ve also managed to prep up a new release, a dry carbon set of bolt on rear diffusers. More parts coming soon. Read our previous article for a bit more background on these. More pics after the jump…

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Password:JDM Carbon Parts in Development

September 23, 2008 Comments off

Long time carbon fibre parts specialists Password:JDM have taken their talents and begun applying them to the new Nissan GT-R. Having in the past worked on everything Italian exotics to JDM track weapons they have worked out a thing or two about the business.

Working so far exclusively in dry carbon fibre they have already produced hood and trunk lid replacements for the GT-R that prove a significant weight saving over the already lightweight standard items.

Password:JDM’s plans for the near future include a whole range of dry carbon fibre parts including intake snorkel, rear venturi blade diffuser, front splitter, side skirts, NACA hood ducts and an OEM wing replacement.

Additionally, a premium range of original and unique dry carbon parts are on the horizon. From fully vented hoods and original intakes to entire underbody panels. Check out what they did for the S2000 in regards to streamlining the airflow under the car.

For those wanting an (almost) immediate carbon fix, good news, the dry carbon hood and trunk lids will be available from October for the reasonable price of $2699 (hood) and $1799 (trunk). You can order online at PasswordJDM.com or hit up their Pico Rivera, CA workshop. A nationwide dealer network is also in the works.

Check out more photos of the creation process as well as examples of their work after the jump. Thanks to Tan from Password:JDM for the details and photos. Discuss these carbon parts over at NAGTROC.

Link: Password:JDM Website

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