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New Exhaust Options for Nissan GTR Owners – 102mm (4 inch) Valvetronic System

Gozilla just got a whole lot angrier! There is no doubt that ARMYTRIX has the GTR exhaust game on lock… Their systems have been heard all over the world and are praised in the tuning / modding community. The success of their 90mm exhaust system has allowed them to dive deeper into development for high horsepower GT-R Applications. This is how the new 102mm (4 inch) valvetronic system was born.

The 102mm system has a few new added features over the 90mm system. The most obvious is the increase in piping diameter from 3″ to 4″. This will offer increased flow and allow exhaust gasses to be expelled quickly. The muffler set up has been re-routed to allow for a straight through design while the valves are open. This helps to created the F1 inspired sound track, while benefiting from little to no back pressure, which aids in performance.

As always, the ARMYTRIX application can be used with this new system. Set it to automatic mode and allow the ECU to control the valves depending on engine RPM’s or set it to manual mode for a simple on/off configuration. Exhaust tip colors are still an option and available with a small up-charge fee, standard chrome is included in base price. The available down-pipes and Y-pipe offer another level of performance benefits, but are sold separately from the muffler packages.

Features:

  • 102mm Version Mid pipe
  • Valvetronic Mufflers
  • Chrome / Matte Black / Gold / Quad Blue Coated Tips
  • Wireless remote control kits
  • Horse Power Increase: +21.3 HP
  • Torque Increase: +55.4 Torque
  • Weight: -3.5kg

Fitment:

  • Nissan GT-R R35 2009-2017

These exhaust systems are set to be officially released in the next few weeks and will soon be available from ARMYTRIX USA or recommended dealers.  For more info or to pre-order, please contact us here – https://www.armytrixusa.com/contact/

PICTURES ARE FOR MARKETING PURPOSES 102mm is the official size

 

 

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