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Alpha Omega Nissan GT-R rewrites the quarter mile record

By Faiming_low on 20 Oct 2014

Attached Image AMS/ALPHA Performance breaks the 1/4 record for fastest GT-R in the world with the Alpha Omega. Producing well over 2000bhp, the 4.0-litre big bore engine has its cylinder head CNC ported and runs its own custom turbo kit. Fully street legal according to the team, it does the quarter mile in 7.7 seconds with the help of a set of AMS 15-inch slicks. It crosses the line at a staggering 299km/h. 
Attached Image Sadly more attempts to improve the timing failed even though the car had the potential to output more power as the weather proved too hot. Watch the video below to see the GT-R in action.

Meanwhile, here are some stats of the  Alpha Omega GT-R: 0-96km/h in 1.53 seconds, 0-160km/h in 2.79 seconds, 160-241km/h in 2.15 seconds and 0-300km/h in 7.56 seconds.


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ManHong Oct 20 2014 10:58 AM

this beast reached 300km/h before i reach 80km/h..

Ake109 Oct 20 2014 12:31 PM

That rear tyre does not look 'street-legal' to me.

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