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July 2014 Ride of the Month

July 2014 Ride of the Month

By Nicole James

Photos by Hans Marquez

IMG_2949Edit“It’s sexy, quick, and classy. Don’t forget to mention, that’s my type of girl.” Anoeil Atenousazar said about his 2010 Nissan GT-R. With its unmatched blend of technology and soul, the GT-R is built to be driven in real-world conditions and places other supercars wouldn’t dare to tread. That drive is even better, as Anoeils GT-R adds a new level of sophistication and refinement with no compromise in performance.

While currently ‘under construction’, Anoeils original goal of the build was to go big or go home. The current list of modifications on this GT-R include:

 

ETS 4 inch turbo back straight pipe custom exhaust

Got Boost intakes

Got Boost turbo inlets

Got Boost intercooler piping

Tial Q blow-off valves

Injector Dynamics 2000cc injectors

Aam Triple Fuel pump setup on E85

Custom dark flat grey wrap

Toyo Proxes r888

Cobb access port

Dynocomp tuned

IMG_3030Edit“I love the whole package; there is nothing I don’t like.” Anoeil said about his mods, his favorite being the exhaust because “It’s loud and makes the car stand out.” As if this gorgeous flat gray car could not get any better, Anoeil has plans to send it to AMS and have the Alpha Omega Kit installed.

Used primarily for street racing and cruising, Anoeil tells CSJ one of his craziest memories with the car was when he was coming home one night. “It was about 2:00 am, and I was just cruising home from North Scottsdale, doing about 70MPH. A cop saw me fly by in his Tahoe. He was coming the opposite direction and made a u-turn with his lights on. So I down-shifted and turned off all my lights and let the fun begin. As soon as I hit 40th street I looked down and was doing 165MPH. I didn’t see him anymore so I figured he gave up. I got home, put the car in the garage and closed the door. Everyone was happy then.”

Anoeil says that he has loved cars since he was little and always loved his dad’s cars. “Like father like son.” He said. “I don’t really have a dream car, I love what I have. If there is something that I like I just go out and get it.”

“Live it, love it, and kill it. It’s not about how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward! Live life to the fullest at all times.”

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