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Hey all,

Im very pleased to announce the release of the JCR OEM Replacement 'Race Spec' Turbo chargers for the Nissan R35 GTR :)

These turbo's utilise the latest Motorsport derived tech and are produced exclusively for JCR by UK based Motorsport turbo suppliers Owen Developments. Designed with the track in mind, the JCR ‘Race Spec’ turbos deliver incredible levels of response, power and torque throughout the rev range. Each unit is rated to 400HP+ (on pump fuel) with supporting JCR modifications whilst remaining within the safe turbo RPM limits.

The JCR turbo’s will be available on an exchange basis and feature the following:

* Ported OEM Turbo Intake Pipes
* Replacement Ball Bearing Core Assembly
* Motorsport Spec Ball Bearing Upgrade
* Machined OEM Compressor Covers
* Billet Compressor Wheels
* Machined Manifold / Turbine Housing
* Billet Stainless Steel Internal Heatshields
* Cut Back Turbine Blades
* Polished Billet Actuators

£4145 +vat (pair)

(based on exchange of serviceable OEM turbo’s)

JCR will also be offering a range of optional extras as shown:

* Billet Conical Compressor Nut £64 +vat
* Anodised Compressor Covers £128 +vat
* Anodised Compressor Wheels £18 +vat
* Anodised Billet Actuators £18 +vat
* Zircotec Ceramic Coated Manifolds £635 +vat
* JCR Turbo Speed Sensor Kit £548 +vat










For further information or to place an order please contact [email protected]
 

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So on a stock R35 Engine GT-R max BHP on these turbos is looking at??? 700-800?? with torque capped?? 600ish?

lets see some results folks..
 

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So on a stock R35 Engine GT-R max BHP on these turbos is looking at??? 700-800?? with torque capped?? 600ish?

lets see some results folks..

To run these turbos on a stock motor would be safe so long as torque was capped. I plan to simulate a 600ft/lbs torque capped dyno pull to demonstrate what would be possible with a stock Motor but we would always recommend at least a rod upgrade before upgrading turbos
 
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