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MCR Head Gasket Coming Soon for Nissan GT-R

February 17, 2010 Comments off

MCR have got their first trial head gaskets in for test fitting. They’re bolting up their own VR38 which they’ll then pressure test. If all goes well the guys are looking at releasing this pretty quickly.

When it’s released it’ll be just the second head gasket on the market behind the Cosworth item which was first seen at SEMA last year.

We’ll give you guys a heads up when we know pricing but it might be one to add to your shopping list if you’re doing engine work in the near future…

Link: MCR Website

MCR Release Stainless Downpipes for Nissan GT-R

January 24, 2010 Comments off

It’s been a while since we’ve updated new parts from MCR but they’ve been keeping themselves quite busy. Recently they’ve released a new set of stainless downpipes for the GT-R that delete the primary catalytic convertors.

Built from SUS304 grade stainless steel, these weigh in at 8kg less than the standard pipes. They measure 70mm in diameter and go for around 105,000 yen in Japan.

Link: MCR Website

MCR Update Carbon Aero Parts Lineup

July 29, 2009 Comments off

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After a short hiatus in the parts release department, MCR have updates in the aero range that should be available for GT-R owners now or in the very near future. We got our first look at the MCR Carbon Front Lip prototype about 12 whole months ago now. To match it, MCR have finished a set of subtle carbon sideskirts and a new design rear underspoiler as well.

The rear underspoiler is quite unique, it takes a leaf out of the new Nissan Z34’s book with an integrated tail lamp in the center. It even looks like the OE tail lamp fitted back there. Interesting indeed.

MCR have also been busy updating their website of late, so if you’re in the mood to checkout their whole range in one place, head over to the link below.

If you’re more interested in getting your hands on these, hit up GT-RR.com who’ll be getting the first ones in shortly.

Link: MCR’s New Carbon Aero Parts @ GT-RR.com
Link: MCR’s Website – Updated