1,000 HP Nissan GT-R Sleeper On Cars And Bids

The Nissan GT-R is already a formidable street car and not an opponent to be taken lightly. It’s twin-turbo V6 engine and all-wheel-drive set up are the stuff of legends. Though, there are at least a few cars in stock form that can provide more than a challenge even for a GT-R.

Unless that GT-R is hiding a four-figure secret under its hood that is. While the 2014 Nissan GT-R you see here may look stock, it’s anything but.

Jet Black Pearl 2014 Nissan GT-R with 1,000 horsepower for sale on CarsAndBids.com

Underneath the hood of the Jet Black Pearl GT-R is a myriad of upgrades and modifications which equate to over 1,000 horsepower. Yes that’s three zeroes. If your mind is suddenly filled with all the opportunities for fun that a 1,000-plus horsepower Nissan GT-R can provide, then it just means you are still alive.

If you want to act on all of those visions in your head then we have good news. This very same Nissan GT-R sleeper is currently for sale on Doug DeMuro’s CarsAndBids.com auction site.

If you have the cash and a flair for competitive bidding then this stealth Godzilla could be yours.

As of the writing of this article, there are 7 days left in the auction and there is currently only one bid of $15,000. While $15k for a 1,000HP GT-R would be the deal of the century, we’re pretty sure the seller has a reserve price set on this auction.

1,000 HP 2014 Nissan GT-R Details

Jet Black Pearl 2014 Nissan GT-R with 1,000 horsepower for sale on CarsAndBids.com

This 2014 Nissan GT-R is currently located in Plano, Texas (because of course) and has 49,500 miles on the odometer which isn’t bad considering the age of the car. Though one has to wonder just how hard-driven the most recent 1,000 to 2,000 miles are considering the modifications.

Speaking of, let’s talk about the mods and upgrades. One of the most interesting things about this GT-R isn’t what’s found under the hood but what isn’t found on the outside of the car.

Jet Black Pearl 2014 Nissan GT-R with 1,000 horsepower for sale on CarsAndBids.com

The only exterior mods on this Nissan GT-R are APR front canards and an Aeromotions active rear wing. The lack of body modifications all serve to lure potential opponents (and maybe law enforcement) into a false sense of security. Even the wheels are stock.

Jet Black Pearl 2014 Nissan GT-R with 1,000 horsepower for sale on CarsAndBids.com

The car is sprayed in factory Jet Black Pearl with the Brembo brake calipers sprayed in Metallic Burnt Orange for contrast. The front mount intercooler subtly peeking out of the air dam is the only outward indication that there is more at play.

Alright, let’s talk about the good stuff. As you may have guessed by now, there are a ton of enhancements done to the GT-R’s V6 twin-turbo engine.

Jet Black Pearl 2014 Nissan GT-R with 1,000 horsepower for sale on CarsAndBids.com

First, the engine was completely rebuilt by Jotech with a Ferrea valve train and Tomei camshafts. Manley pistons paired with blueprinted and balanced Pauter connecting rods replace the stock internals.

Providing the extra boost is an HKSGT1000+ turbo upgrade kit and all the extra power is fed through a ShepTrans stage 2.5 GR6 gearbox.

There are a ton of other engine modifications but those are the major bits that contribute to the 4-digit power output.

Inside the Nissan GT-R is stock except for a pair of Sparco racing harnesses, Titan 4-point bolt-in roll cage, and Halon fire extinguisher. All of those items are there to provide some much needed safety when drag racing or doing air-strip top speed runs.

1,000 HP 2014 Nissan GT-R Video

Check out the video above if you want to hear what this Ninja Godzilla sounds like. Turn the volume up and thank us later.

If you want to see more of the GT-R sleeper (including over 120 pictures) check out the CarsAndBids.com auction page.

What do you think about this Nissan GT-R sleeper? How high do you think the bidding will go by the time the auction is over in 7 days? Give us your predictions in the comments below or tweet to us at @MotorworldHype.

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