2008 R35 GTR with HKS GT600 Racing Package

2008 R35 GTR

For those wondering what a MODIFIED R35 GTR will cost (under new 2019 import regulations that will likely allow import of the 2007 to 2009 R35 GTR), take a look at this 2008 R35 GTR which sold on 27 April 2018 at USS Nagoya auction in Japan.

Among other expensive brand name aftermarket parts including vented bonnet, this 2008 R35 GTR was fitted with the HKS GT600 Racing Package.

Cost of this package alone is over $10,000 AUD (without fitting). Graded 4.5 A with only 11,364 km.

It sold for 5.45 million Yen FOB which would be approx. $80,000 complied in Australia (at 82 Yen to the dollar).

If parts and fitting costs were added, it would not be surprising to find the best part of $30,000 had been spent on the modifications.

2008 R35 GTR with HKS GT600 Racing Package

2008 R35 GTR auction report

The HKS GT600 kit is named appropriately because it tunes the Nissan GT-R to close to 600 horsepower and 570 ft-lbs of torque.

2008 R35 GTR HKS GT600 Racing Package

Note that this kit does not include upgraded turbos, it utilises the stock GT-R turbos.

HKS GT600 Package includes the following:

  • Racing Extension Pipes (75mm)

  • Racing Center Pipe (75mm x2 – 85mm)

  • Intercooler Pipe Kit (Polished Alum.)

  • Pre-programmed EVC (JDM Spec)

  • Pressure Release Computer (PRC)

  • Super SQV Blow-off Valve Kit

  • Reinforced Actuators

  • Super Fire Racing Spark Plugs (M45HL)

  • Premium Suction Kit

  • Fuel Pumps x2

  • Fuel Pressure Regulator

  • Superior Finisher with GT600 emblem

  • *OPTIONAL- HKS Legamax Premium cat back exhaust

Please note – as always – this is just a snapshot in time with prices constantly changing due to market conditions.

Further sale price data and examples are available for any model, so simply get in touch if you’d like more information.

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Further reading:

Import an R35 GTR to Australia

Import Regulation Changes – No News is Good News ?

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