Jose “J-Jay” Flores is the proud owner of this 2009 Nissan GT-R. What makes his GT-R different from so many others is that it is fitted with a Charge Speed Japan widebody kit with an APR GTC-500 wing. You may have seen it at a past SEMA Show dressed in one of its various liveries. It was first known as the Falken Tire GT-R, then gained more popularity dressed in Highlighter Yellow and gray with black, taking center stage in SEMA’s Voodoo Ride booth. Since then, the wrap has been removed and it can be seen in its current color of red.
The car was initially bought to be a daily driver, so the first modifications it received were aesthetic-focused. As a result, the car is equipped with Air Lift Performance 3P bags over Bilstein shocks. It rests on the ground with help from a 5-gallon seamless air tank and VIAIR 440c air compressors. The GT-R sits pretty on a set of Savini SV71 3-piece forged wheels, 20×11.5 up front with a negative 3-degree offset and 20×12.5 in the rear with a negative 66-degree offset. They are, of course, wrapped in Falken tires.