Singapore - Its hard to imagine that the Nissan GT-R has been around for over 10 years now and has only undergone minor tweaks thus far. The capabilities of the platform and its VR38DETT engine are undeniable with specimens easily hitting over 1,000hp and up.
But then again at that level, the car becomes far too harsh and unforgiving as an everyday driver. Thus finding a perfect balance between all-out performance and practicality would be most ideal, just ask Alfred and his 780hp monster, which is his daily workhorse.
Now, he could have easily gone and churn out a track weapon that would set scorching lap times but fail completely as a means of transport. Alfred knew exactly what was needed when he embarked on his project - a slight increase in power would suffice without hurting the GT-R’s drivability.
In the engine we get an assortment of parts from Boostlogic, such as a race manifold, air-intake, intercooler charge pipes, oil catch pan and external water reservoir. The Nissan gets upgraded 1,000cc injectors and an AMS Fuel Rail Assembly.
The GT-R was tuned by BMS Tuning on ECUTek, maintained by Ray Motorsports and rides on Nitron R3 Coilovers. Encasing the Endless Monoblock 400mm front and rear brakes are Rays Engineering TE37 Ultras wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres.
As for aesthetics, the GT-R sports a customised carbon-fibre kit all round plus an Esprit V2 GT-Wing with a paint job from Spectrum.