December 22, 2014 10:38 PM  |  Posted By: David_Yu
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So after debating whether Stealthzilla should stay or go (see October's blog), it looks like the lovable Japanese fire-breathing monster is staying for a good while.

I'd always intended to finish off the lower half of my GT-R with a carbon front splitter to match the carbon sideskirts and rear valance (both supplied by Milton Keynes-based aftermarket parts company, but I'd been waiting literally years for Litchfield's F1 designed piece to make it into production, so finally got impatient and went back to Knight Racer to get one of theirs.

It has brake ducting,which should help reduce brake pad consumption on track and I also took the opportunity to treat Stealthzilla to one of Knight Racer's bumpers, which features additional air ducts for the oil and transmission coolers.

Of course the whole lot has been treated to the same matte clear wrap by Valet Magic of Camberley that the rest of the car enjoys the protection of and I think the result finishes off the car perfectly.

It's different and subtly aggressive, without being OTT, in my opinion.


new front 1


new front 2


new front 3

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Mr. Wonder at 3:12 PM June 30, 2015

Please keep this car. You'll regret parting with it I'm sure. After so many years of personally overseeing the upgrades, it's become part of you.

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