The American tuner firm, illness Switzer Performance has hit the nail yet again with its flat white, 900-hp, ethanol-burning Nissan GT-R.
Switzer, no doubt, manages to get tremendous horsepower form the Nissan GT-R and is not the first time when we see what this custom torpedoes can do, even shoulder to shoulder with Bugatti Veyron. If until now Switzer P800 was the supreme model, developing 800 HP, the Americans come with something even more radical.
Switzer E900 develops, you’ve guessed, 900 HP, and his creators say that it can go from 60 to 130 mph in less than 6 seconds.
“We didn’t want to just deliver a race-gas package that tethered the client to a fuel drum in his garage, but we wanted to be able to turn up the boost also,” Switzer wrote on the company’s blog. “E85 isn’t without its trade-offs. We had to modify the fuel system to handle the fuel and significantly increase the size of the injectors, also, but in the end we had a fuel that gave us everything we needed to crank up the boost on this car and deliver over 900 hp.”
The rest of the mods mirror those of the P800 GT-R that Switzer built — new turbos, bigger intercooler, new fuel management computer, improved brakes and suspension, etc.
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