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Another Nissan GT-R R35 is getting wide body work from Liberty Walk performance and Armytrix racing Exhaust system in Malaysia.
Wataru Kato, the CEO of Liberty walk performance fly over to our dealer in Malaysia and lead the project in person.



Click here for GT-R Exhaust product's page
Click here to Liberty walk performance page

We did not take this project's video yet, instead, we have this GT-R has exactly the same set with this one, check it out!

Let's start with Armytrix exhaust first. The full set of Armytrix Performacne exhaust system.


Remote control kits.








Armytrix valvetronic system allow driver switch the different modes during the drive, this great feature balance performance and comfortable.
Know more about Armytrix's exhaust valvetronic technology



Full Armytrix performance exhaust and titanium blue tail pipes.




High quality plating, the color evenly distributed on the tips.


High-flow performance decatted down pipe connected wiz O2 senser, this design improve performance without check engine light


Full exhaust system installed complete look.








The great welding skill and high product quality makes Armytrix perfect in every single detail.






 

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Now, let's move forward to our main part, KATO san and his team is going to deep rebuild this car and turn into a real monster. One of their characteristic is not afraid to CUT the supercars, and makes them achieve something different and creative.


Their work are truly outstanding and impressive.







































 

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Kato's professional skill and persistence on product's quality are known by people all over the world now.








Final look! Another Successful GT-R combo with Liberty walk and Armytrix. Perfect match with extremely aggressive look and sound.









 

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Not my style, but I can appreciate it. That's a lot of work, and it definitely is a thorough conversion.

Thanks for posting this thread. Would read again.
 
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