Highly Modified 6.6L Duramax-Powered Chevrolet Colorado VS. Nissan R35 GT-R

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Street racing is bad… Mmmkay?

Don’t do it. People can get hurt and vehicles have the potential to be damaged.

Now that the public service announcement is out of the way, let’s check out what happened when a highly modified 6.6L Duramax-powered first-generation Chevy Colorado went up against a Nissan GT-R running E-85 with full bolt-ons.

One would assume the GTR is pumping out at least 500hp at the absolute minimum while the Colorado features a long-block 6.6L Duramax hooked up to a stock Allison six-speed automatic.

Running a non-OEM Garrett GTX4202R turbo cranked to 42 psi, the diesel-powered Chevy is good for around 660hp and a blistering 1,125lb-ft of torque!

Diesel V8 or the ethanol-powered V6 Nissan? Check out the footage:

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