A Godzilla tuned to the max on American soil is not something you’ll see every day.These include Garret twin GT35 turbos, an HKS exhaust manifold, DLI II Twin Power ignition amplifier, GReddy Type R three-row front-mount intercooler kit, Type R blow-off valves, Hypertune intake manifold, SP Engineering intake, 8 Denso 1,000cc injectors, TITEK Innovations high-flow fuel pump and an ARC radiator.A Hollinger sequential transmission has been fitted with an OS Giken triple-plate clutch while the suspension comes in the form of HKS Hipermax II coilovers, Cusco front & rear sway bars, and a Nismo bushing kit. The supercar killer also sits on 19-inch Volk Racing alloys and a Brembo GT brake kit with cross-drilled rotors has been fitted front and back.Exterior modifications are made up of a Nismo front bumper, carbon-fiber lip, under tray, an FRP aero hood, new side skirts, a rear wing, ARC rear under-diffuser and Nismo carbon-fiber door pillar covers. Inside there's a Nismo gauge cluster, floor mats, a suede steering wheel, Works Bell quick release, and SP Engineering dry carbon panels.
Very few of these cars ever made their way to the U.S. as the car was never sold in North America, while strict importation rules and confusion over the legalization of using the car on the road meant they are hardly ever seen on U.S. soil. So this imported R34 Nissan Skyline that's been looked after by SP Engineering is a rare treat.Extensive engine modifications have been made to the 2002 R34 GT-R, with the result being an output of 982hp and 660lb-ft of torque.