In this final part of David’s SPE750R build, we wrap up the project with our personal impressions of the SPE750R. As soon as the the SPE750R was finished, it received a much needed wash from our friends over at Lucci Elite Detail.

What a world of difference. The R35 looks really good at this angle. It certainly helps that the car is equipped with BBS LM’s and TiTek titanium exhaust with the burnt titanium race tips.

Off to fill her up and go for a quick test drive around the block. The following day, SP Engineering embarked on the Kulinary Mile, a 3-day drive around Southern California. What better way to fully test the SPE750R than a mixture of highway pulls, back country roads, and city streets.

A finishing touch that we put onto the SPE750R. It was a rush job for the Kulinary Mile event but we are thinking of finalizing a design that customers can put if they so choose.

The R35 GT-R never gets boring, especially with the SPE packages that we offer. It makes you want to go WOT around every corner and at every spotlight. It’s a very strong temptation that will guarantee to put a smile on your face. It’s an experience that is hard to describe and must be experienced first-hand. Some of us at the shop thinks that the SPE750R is the best street setup for the R35. The reliability and response is just unparalleled.

We would like to thank David for entrusting his R35 to us. This is another first for SP Engineering and we couldn’t be happier with the results. Whether you are a current or prospective SPE customer, we would like to thank you for your support so we can continue to do what we do. Stay SP Tuned!

One Response to David’s SPE750R – Part IV

  1. Mike says:

    Damn, that is a sick ride!

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