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Nismo Tuned Juke


nice  :thumbsup:

Nissan Juke R, with a 3.8 litre engine with BHP of 480 or more  :devil2: I personally feels that it looks like a upsize Nissan March  :bleh:

Nissan GTR35 + Juke = Nissan Juke R!!  :thumbsup:

Question: When is a Nissan GT-R not a Nissan GT-R? Answer: When itís a fat-fendered piece of lunacy with the face of a Nissan Juke. In other words, when itís a Nissan Juke-R.

There are currently two Juke-Rs in existence: one is left-hand drive, the other right-hand drive. Both are powered by a modified version of the 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V-6 found in the 2011 Nissan GT-R. Both were commissioned by Nissan Europe and built by British motorsports house RML Group. Nissanís Japanese brass reportedly didnít know the cars were being assembled until the first construction videos found their way to the internet. Some 2.3 million YouTube views and a scant 22 weeks later, the world was gifted a 485-hp, two-ton, 5.2-foot-tall monster. Forum fanboys pissed themselves.

Allow us to blow your mind: Nissan claims the Juke-R will bolt to 62 mph in 3.7 seconds.

Allow us to blow your mind again: We have reason to believe that figure is pessimistic.

It takes no small amount of wrench pimpery to stuff a GT-Rís powertrain into a crossover the size of a bento box. The rear seats are gone, replaced by an FIA-compliant roll cage. Gone, too, are the Jukeís original floor, firewall (a new one lives 3.9 inches to the rear), and headliner. The V-6 supports both air conditioning and power steering; and save for a shortened driveshaft, much of whatís here are showroom-ready Godzilla bits. The wheelbase, the length, and the height are shared with the ordinary Juke, but composite fender flares cover 20-inch wheels, stiffer springs and dampers, and the GT-Rís wider track. The whole mess looks Animal Planet deadly, like a íroided-up gibbon or psychotic puffer fish. (Fugu-R?) It is glorious

Wow man those mods look awesome


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