1989-2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R – HKS VCAM SYSTEM STEP 2 without Valcon RB
The most favored option for the RB26 is the newly launched HKS V-CAM system without Valcon type.
In October 1973, two driven and enthusiastic engineers aimed to design high-performance engines and components that were not available or had yet to be developed by major Original Equipment manufacturers.
Hiroyuki Hasegawa, previously employed by Yamaha Motor Company and accompanied by his partner Mr Kitagawa, successfully secured funding from Sigma Automotive Co. Ltd– hence the origin of the name “HKS” – to establish a business modifying fuel engine motors in a barn at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan.
One year after its invention, Mr. Hasegawa had developed the first turbocharger for standard automobiles, and his success has been constant ever since.
HKS stepped into the history books by developing an extensive range of unprecedented aftermarket performance parts, such as the first-ever electronic turbo timer and boost controller. Furthermore, HKS was credited with the production of piggy-back fuel computers and advanced fuel management equipment – causing HKS to be recognized as an innovator within Japan’s automotive industry.
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