Garage Saurus 884R Sudo-R

This is one of the wildest GT-R’s I’ve ever shot.  Pushing out close to 1000 PS and with a record 1/4 mile time of 8.950 this BNR32 is actually still a fully legal street car!  Gotta love Japan!  Built by Garage Saurus, one of the most famous drag shops in the country, this car is owned by a good customer and a member of the Hayashi Racing team (884R). On top of all the engine work, which includes an N1 block, HKS 2.8L Step 3 kit, HKS T51R SPL turbine and a Hollinger sequential gearbox, the owner decided to go a bit crazy with the bodywork too. So he literally had the car “carbonized!” Every panel is carbon and has been panted to show the underlaying fibers of the precious composite.  Even the roof has been cut out and replaced with a honeycomed carbon fiber structure!  Just take a look at the pix below to appreciate all the work that has gone into this R32.

19-inch BBS LMs are used on the street.  Project µ brake-kit peeks through the spokes

The bonnet is actually untreated dry-carbon.  Its matte, rough finish is pure race car

No it isn’t a big carbon look sticker!  

The quality of the composite work is simply outstanding

The T51R is unleashed at 2.4 bar!!  Probably why the intercooler piping is welded on most joints

The boot of your regular street driven GT-R in Japan 😉

Next to the Neko Corporation AF700 A/F meter is the Hollinger gear position display


7 Responses to “Garage Saurus 884R Sudo-R”

  1. July 16, 2008 at 11:35 am

    This R32 ia wicked,nice work and i really like all the carbon bits added to it,it looks awesome.

  2. 3 THAIgar
    July 17, 2008 at 5:08 am

    nIce GTR man
    carbon just make it like meanssss

  3. 4 Aki
    July 22, 2008 at 9:14 am

    Nice Dino. Did you get to drive it at all?

  4. 5 Prowl
    July 23, 2008 at 5:59 pm

    Can anyone tell me more about the Neko Corporation A/F700 and the Hollinger gear display? They look so sick, I must have them! Tried to Google “Neko”, “Hollinger” but to no avail. Are they not available to the masses?

  5. 6 AbSoLooT
    September 30, 2008 at 6:15 pm

    Sick Sick Sick Sick.. I think alot of us have had a wet dream of what it would be like to replace every panel on the car with Carbon Fib. Nissan + C.F = My wet dream

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