ETS Race Intercooler Upgrade 2009-2021 Nissan GT-R

SKU: ets300-10-IC-12
Availability: Out Of Stock
Type: Intercooler Cores
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Fitment Information:

2009-2021 Nissan GT-R


  • HUGE intercooler Core (22x14x4.5 Core)
  • Race Intercooler (1300whp to 1500whp)
  • Full 3" Stainless Mandrel Bent Piping
  • Bracketed Around Oil Cooler (Prevents Potential Leak)
  • Race - Clears Factory Crash Beam
  • Super Race - Requires minor trimming of the crash beam
  • Clears Factory Bumper Cover
  • Clears Factory Under Tray
  • Clears Factory Fender Wells (Important When Fully Locked)
  • No Long Silicone Couplers
  • Breeze High-Quality T-Bolt Clamps w/ Bridge (Won't Slip)
  • Works With Factory Blow Off Valve Pipes Or Aftermarket Stock Replacement Blow Off Valve  

Intake Manifold Compatibility:

  • For Stock Manifold
  • For Boost Logic Manifold
  • For GReddy Manifold

Throttle Body Compatibility:

  • For Stock Manifold
  • For Boost Logic Manifold
  • For GReddy Manifold

The ETS R35 Intercooler Kits are available with many different options to customize. Please contact us to order as we want to be sure you are getting exactly what you need! 

This intercooler REQUIRES an ETS piping kit or custom intercooler piping, it will not work with the OEM intercooler piping. 

    The ETS GT-R Race Intercooler Clears Factory Bumper Beam, Bumper Cover, Under Tray, Inner Fenders (Important During Full Lock). The only trimming required is to the factory intake shroud to fit the larger intercooler. ETS will be making an optional air duct for the guys who want to remove the bumper completely and maximize your intercooler surface area. This will come at a later time.

    The Extreme Turbo Systems R35 GT-R Race Intercooler Kit is monstrous compared to the stock intercooler and all other aftermarket intercoolers.

    Before coming to the conclusion of using a large vertical flow, ETS weighed all their options with a huge horizontal flow intercooler. The problem with the horizontal flow intercooler is you have to split the intercooler into two sections one for each bank. The bank using the bottom of the core would have considerably lower IAT then the bank using the top section of the core which would be hidden behind the crash beam and tucked behind the bumper cover.

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