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Old 08-14-2008, 12:02 AM   #1
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Default HKS GT570 Kit for R35 GT-R

Found this, HKS full package gets your GT-R to 570.

The kit comes with the following from HKS:

HKS aluminium hard pipe kit for R35 GT-R
HKS silicon hose joiners
HKS wastegate actuators for standard R35 GT-R turbos
HKS Electronic Valve Controller (EVC) boost controller
HKS dump and front pipes (delete all catalytic converters)

http://www.gtrblog.com/index.php/200...35-gt-r?blog=4
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What the pricing?
It shouldnt be more than a few grand for the parts listed above.

Unfortunatley the boost controller will void your factor warranty and the downpipes will prevent you from passing an emmissions test.
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Old 08-14-2008, 06:34 PM   #3
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you keep your original part for when its time to do emissions...
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you keep your original part for when its time to do emissions...
Thats true, but if the car has the "black box" people are talking about, they will know your car is running above normal boost levels.
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that is where the COOB access port comes in handy, it can delte all info
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so did anyone ever find out about pricing???
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Old 08-20-2008, 12:38 PM   #7
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that is where the COOB access port comes in handy, it can delte all info
I agree with modding regardless of Warranty. But the access port won't delete all info. It clearly states, Nissan Techs could access info, but they would have to go looking for it. In other words it hides it.

This reminds me when the M5 first came out. Everyone was freaking out because the car would record, how many times launch control was used, among other things. We quickly got around that. Just give it time, these guys will figure it out.
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not to mention that the boost controler is not perfect. i would recomend using cobb due to the boost control directly from the ecu wich is better controlled.

in any case this set is great, replace the piping, hoses and clamps, i would recomend the ARC intercoolers upgrade from MCR, and the cobb ecu.

of course it will destroy the warrantee, but if you are dedicated to your car, you dont care much.
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I dont see why upgraded IC would void the warrenty...
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so 570 flywheel HP..
thats a good number. but what boost they are running it at?
removing the cats will do a great help for the turbos, in addition to that small muffler after the 2nd patch of the cats.

any idea about the price?
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the hks dealer here called and wanted to show me the kit, price approx 4000usd. one thing about the kit is that it uses stock ecu setting and filter also. they are going to have it installed right away on their owners gtr, dyno and features on next month issue of the local magazine here in Hong Kong.
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dont forget one of these. http://cba-r35.blogspot.com/2008/08/...um-gt-r35.html

Features:
* All required parts to improve performance of R35 GT-R in a package.
* By installation of this package, performance is greatly improved to 570PS.
* By reduced exhaust resistance, boost increasing characteristics is improved.
* EVC with base data and reinforced actuator prevents boost drop.
* For high boost, intercooler hoses are fully replaced with aluminum pipes.




Remarks
- It cannot be used with other manufacturers' ECUs and air cleaners.
- Factory boost setting of actuator is at 90-95kPa. (In order to change setting of actuator, EVC data also needs to be changed.)
- Boost pressure needs to be less than 120kPa. (Fuel injection volume will not be enough.)
- Although EVC has the base data, it is recommended to adjust for each individual vehicle.

* As catalytic converters will be removed, it is only for motorsport use.
* Since it is for motorsport purpose, there is no warranty for failure of engine or other components.
* It is not road legal as catalytic converters will be removed.

from http://2009gtr.blogspot.com/2008/08/...g-package.html
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so forgive me of my ignorance, if you add the exhaust, and cobb tunning you will be around 670hp???
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yes, and the cobb tuning access port will have way better results, and you dont even need the boost controler let alone anything else, just aftermarket exuast to get 70hp using stage 2.

i dunno where you got a 670 figure, the hks only makes 570ps convert that to hp. its not bad, but you have to spend 5g's on that, while cobb tuning offers the ecu for just under 1k and then buy your choice of muffler cat back system.
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sorry, yeah i meant with cobb tunning and cat back exhaust. plus the hks kit
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ohh.. well the hks kit wont be able to mix with the cobb accessport exactly. you can use the hks piping and stuff like that, but thats about it. you cant or better yet shouldnt use a boost controler with the cobb access port.

i dunno how much horsepower will increase with the cobb accessport and the hks pipes. i bet it would be nice, plus add the arc intercooler and that would be an awesome setup!
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