|Rims brand||Star Road|
|Rims model||Glow Star|
It’s a different beast, and although not a GT-R, is superior to the factory version in every single way, inside and out. This car has been a complete eye-opener since, having pored over the details on the surface, inside the car, and under the hood, it wasn’t until it was lifted on the hoists that I truly lost my breath, along with my sense of time and space.
I simply lay there under the hoist, perfectly still, cameras off to the side, just gazing upward at the belly of the Hakosuka like some star struck child gazing upward at a billion lights in the obsidian sky. The view was one of absolute perfection
A customer car created specifically with drivability in mind, this Hako has had the absolute works thrown at it. The heart of the matter brings into view a gleaming Star Road works L28 bored to three liters that packs over 310 horsepower at 7,500 rpm. The head has been machined, ported, and pol-ished. It carries a metal head gasket, increased compression, re-profiled 75-degree cam with over-sized intake and exhaust valves measuring 45-mm and 36.5-mm, respectively.
Ancillaries for the Hakosuka include a lot of other Star Road original parts, not limited to the dual-core radiator and heat-shielded alternator. The whole thing drives through an R200 differential (of course) and is pulled up by R32 Type-M calipers, front and rear
Does it fit wheels Star Road Glow Star 15″ 9J ET10 10J ET-28 on Nissan Skyline GT-R Hakosuka (KPGC10) ?
Yes, it fit. In current example this car with rims Star Road Glow Star at the same parameters.
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