WR TV: Switzer P800 Nissan GT-R

Cars, Reviews I By Bradley Iger I February 18, 2015
This week we have the keys to something particularly special, courtesy of our friends at Smokey’s Dyno & Performance. While the Nissan GT-R is certainly no slouch straight off the showroom floor, there’s still those among us who yearn for even more performance. That’s where the folks at Switzer Performance come in.
Switzer’s tuning package for the Nissan GT-R is, to put it mildly, comprehensive. It includes the following upgrades:
  • Ball Bearing Turbo Upgrade
  • High-flow intake assembly
  • Intercoolers upgrades
  • High-flow test pipes (down pipes)
  • High-flow fuel injectors
  • Fuel system upgrades
  • Racing thermostat and housing
  • SS102 Lightweight Stainless Steel 102mm Sport Exhaust
  • Cobb v3 AccessPort (w/ trans. control)
  • Transmission cooling package
  • Engine cooling package
  • GR6 trans. Upgrade
The results? 800 horsepower and 675 pound-feet of torque. It’s enough to get the Switzer P800 Nissan GT-R from 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds and through the quarter mile in just 9.98 seconds. But enough with the stats, let’s get this monster out on the road:

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