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NISMO entered the U.S. market in June of 2003 with a select number of performance-enhancing components for the Nissan Sentra SE-R and the 350Z.
Performance technology from the legendary Nissan Motorsports International (NISMO). These street and racing components have just become available in the U.S.
NISMO components in the U.S. cover three areas. NISMO, S-tune and R-tune and NISMO apparel and lifestyle items.
S-tune components are engineered for enthusiasts that drive their Nissan vehicles on the street. These parts are backed by Nissan?s Parts and Accessory Warranty. The list of S-tune components includes a stainless steel cat-back exhaust system, lightweight forged alloy wheels, cast alloy wheels, shift knobs, sway bars, shock and spring kits, floor mats and license plate frames.
NISMO R-tune parts are intended for the hard-core enthusiast or weekend racer. The goal with R-tune components is maximum performance. Since street civility is compromised for performance, R-tune parts are intended for off-highway use only. R-tune parts include headers, camshafts, cold-air intakes, brake pads, lightweight flywheels, power steering oil cooler kits, clutch discs and clutch covers, limited-slip differentials, front strut tower bars, lower tie bars, rear stabilizer bars and bushing kits.
NISMO has been proven at the highest level of Nissan performance, from the finest in factory-tuned performance components for Nissan street cars, to Le Mans and IMSA GTP race cars, to the wildest versions of the exciting Skyline GT-R, said Zapp.
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