Extreme Turbo Systems are proud to state that they have the world's fastest Nissan GT-R. The modified car is able to cover ¼ mile in just 7.81 seconds with a terminal speed of 294.5 km/h (183 mph). The tuning company didn't specify any performance figures, but the project is prepared almost entirely from them.

The previous record belonged to AMS Alpha Omega Nissan GT-R, which crossed the ¼ mile finish line in 7.984 seconds with a terminal speed of 299.3 km/h (186 mph). We must note that the AMS Alpha Omega Nissan GT-R is completely street legal, which can't be said for the Extreme Turbo Systems GT-R, which by the way uses RWD (rear-wheel drive), instead of AWD (all-wheel drive).

Of course, AMS Performance won't leave the situation like this and we have to expect even faster GT-R. The tuning company is the home of the first 9-,8- and 7-second Nissan GT-R, so they know exactly what to do in order to beat that record. Other interesting records held by AMS Alpha Omega GT-R are 60-130 mph (96-209 km/h) in 2.67 seconds and 100-150 mph (160-240 km/h) in 2.42 seconds. It also set 0-60 mph in spectacular 1.72 seconds.

Source: Extreme Turbo Systems