1,800 horsepower is not out of the question with this beast.
When a fella named Mike contacted Alpha Performance his request was simple: to build a car that would keep up with the fastest cars in the world. Living in Texas, with cars like a 1,100-hp Porsche, GT3 Cup cars and Ferraris in his stable, the aim was to add a high horsepower Nissan GT-R to the collection that would do him justice at the Texas Mile, TX2K and Texas Invitational. So the tuner got to work developing the Alpha 16 kit.
Using its Omega kit as a base, Alpha Performance took the GT-R 4.0-liter big-bore race engine and fitted a new fuel system, sheet-metal intake manifold, a pair of 1300CC injectors, larger cold air intake system, and race front mount intercooler. To help transfer 1,600hp to the tarmac, the GT-R was then strengthened with Driveshaft shop axles, T1 braces, Alpha drag coilovers, Advan alloys, a Titan roll bar and 102MM exhaust. We look forward to seeing this bad boy in action.