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R35 “CRS” Clubman Race Spec by NISMO Omori

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Similar to a full build package modeled after the Z Tune for the R34 released by NISMO a couple years back, they are now doing an R35 version (and re-releasing it for the R34, as well as adding R32 and R33 to the mix).

This is done in house at the Omori factory. Engine is completely rebuilt and blueprinted to their “S1” spec (including race cams, turbos, and other goodies). Car has front and rear LSD from the N-Attack, Ohlins suspension, sway bars, control arms, a lot of functional aero bits. Titanium exhaust, mid pipe, and sport cats.

No matter what anyone says about the “value proposition”, I don’t believe there is a higher quality tuning package on the market. I’m certain a DBA with this package is at least N-Attack fast.

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Any idea on the price? I couldnt find it in the link. I know it will be a lot..just how a lot!




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It is really too bad that none of these are available in the US.  It would be a good upgrade for those that want to keep the car as close to factory as possible.  


Also looks like there are two packages available (not sure if one is specific only for the MY13 and after or not). But the MY13 package includes Ohlins while the MY08 package only has the revised ECM/TCM and Bilstein. 

Edited by white_turbo, 20 September 2019 - 03:42 PM.

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