THE BENSOPRA GREDDY 380SX - Twin Turbo GTR powered
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    THE BENSOPRA GREDDY 380SX - Twin Turbo GTR powered

    THE BENSOPRA 380SX built by Greddy

    This car looks monstrous and its set up to play with the big boys..

    Extracts from the Speed Hunters feature


    Engine: Trust 4L stroker kit, Trust exhaust manifolds, Trust TD06-25G x2, Trust external wastegaes x2, Trust custom straight through exhaust system, Trust custom piping, Trust custom V-mounted twin entry intercooler, Full stage mechanical throttles, Trust intake manifold, ATL 40L fuel cell, Bosh 044 fuel pumps x2, custom surge tanks, braided fuel lines, adjustable FRP, Trust fuel rails, Trust 1000 cc/min injectors, Trust 13-row oil cooler x2, Fulll Stage catch tank, Trust radiator, Vi-PEC V88 ECU

    Transmission: Hollinger 6-speed sequential, ORC triple plate clutch, BNR34 rear end, ATS carbon LSD

    Suspension: Full Stage air-cupped adjustable coilovers

    Wheels & Tires: Enkei RS05RR 11Jx18, Yokohama Advan A050 295/30R18

    Exterior: BenSopra X TRA Kyoto full aero, BenSopra one-off hood

    Interior: Saito Roll Cage custom multi-point roll cage, spot & seam welded, Bride Zeta III bucker seats x2, BenSopra carbon dashboard, AIM digital dash unit, custom center console, custom switchgear, GReddy Profec B boost controller, custom gear shifter, hydraulic e-brake

    "The whole engine and drivetrain was literally ripped out of the ex-Blitz R35 GT-R that BenSopra based their 2012 project car on and then custom fitted into the much smaller 180SX engine bay. As Ueta tells us it was all a big, three-month long headache, but thankfully they had the masterminds at Trust to lend a helping hand. After creating the custom engine and transmission mounts to hold up and position both the VR38 and the Hollinger sequential transmission in place…"

    Read the Full article from the Speed Hunters here:

    I feel like 2013 is going to be a fantastic year for the tuning scene, this is a real car.
    <Jamie> My Car : 1985 Supra with 2JZ R154 Swap
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    This car must be soo front heavy lol. The wing almost made me puke.

    The Car must be crazy fast though...Curious to know how much they spent on that thing.
    Last edited by jo_aftermarket; 01-17-2013 at 07:34 PM.

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    that thing looks like a monster. the stance, the wheels, the engine. HOLY COW!!!!

  5. #4 Member spud3861's Avatar
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    Ugly overall, but I like this angle

  6. #5 Member Johnny Quest's Avatar
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    That's pretty sick.

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    Saw it on Speedhunters. It's beautiful.
    84 Celica GT-S

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    Love it. Ugly isn't always bad ;-)

  9. #8 Member '82supra's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jo_aftermarket View Post
    The Car must be crazy fast though...Curious to know how much they spent on that thing.
    400km/hr OMFG! they def spent plenty on go-fast goodies, luv the custom carbon-look center console, the thing's like a jet!

    Terracotta Warrior - 1982 L-type - oxblood pearl/met, gold Plastidip wheels, L-P type TC leather, MoMo wheel (cold-fusion dry carbon fiber controller in the works), carbon fiber digi-dash, Dobinson lowering springs, Raptor Racing 6-1 header + catback, Magnaflow muffler, Solid mount strut bar, Supra simple cf intake scoop, Jason heat shield, Kapton® polymide film/cf wrapped afm & Chimpy, Mr Whisker dry carbon fiber cooling panel, cf rockers, poly whiskers, bushes & bumpers ...

  10. #9 Member discoelk's Avatar
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    Some of the fab is cool but that car will never touch 400 km/hr.
    David H
    85 P, LS6/R154/3.58/TrueTrac etc

  11. #10 Member SuperSubs's Avatar
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    ^^ I agree. The car may be powerfull, but there isn't a bit of the aero on that car that convinces me that 250mph speeds are atainable. Air suspension? No thanks.


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