Jotech's 9-Second 2009 Nissan GT-R is SOLD!

What if I told you that there was a 9-second Nissan GT-R for sale, and it was built by Kenny Tran’s team at the legendary Jotech Motorsports in Garland, Texas? The asking price was $74,900 and, well, it sold as fast as the driver’s quarter-mile personal best - 9.08 seconds @ 151 mph. The Jotech 3.8L liter motor is fully-built w/ a Ferrera valvetrain, Tomei 274 camshafts, ATI dampener, Sheptrans Stage 2.5 transmission with drop gears, GReddy 3.8” titanium exhaust system and so much more! For more Jotech builds, visit jotechracing.com.

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