Evo-Detailing

Nissan R35 GT-R - One Step Correction

Every now and then, in every detailer's career comes the time to work on their car of dreams.

My car of dreams in called GT-R, Nissan R35 GT-R. And it's not some kind of a stereotype, because during the times, I had the chance to drive GT-R's from stock to 1700 Hp ones. And all of that experience made me realise this - GT-R, probably the best car in the world -

Mine won't be black, and for sure will not have 1001 Hp like the one below.

Back to the real world thoe :), on arrival the car looked like this :

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Allright, as usual, wheels first !

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For those of you that don't know, those are Rays Engineering forged wheels :)

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2BM with hot water and CG Maxi Suds II.

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But beforehand because some wax was still on the car from the previous detail I used a degreaser and left it to soak for 5 minutes before rinsing.

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The rinse

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Intricate areas such as badges & hard to get areas were agitated separatley.

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Door handles, under them acctualy.

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2BM wash.

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Rinsed once again.

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I know a thing or twoo about JDM paints and one of them is that they marry very very easy, so Meg's QD & Meg's Mild clay was used.

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The king :)

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Claying

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And from all the left side, the clay only colected this.

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Quite clean car i would say.

Some defects began to appear, on the rear left fender you can see some long marks.

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Cowboy detalier was here :)) - the hood.

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50/50

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Way to go !

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Rupes BigFoot 21, white LC pad and Mirka T10.

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Wipeoff

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Result

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I was lucky on the hood, some of the marks i could not remove so well. I was sad that the owner only choose the One Step... but.. what can you do ?...

Under halogens

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Light stone chipping on the front bumper.

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The roof came out pretty good as well.

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On the sides

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Rear bumper

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Worked

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Result

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Exelixis Motorsport - friends & collabs made the car from 480 to 1001 Hp, using their own kit called EXL 1000 R.

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The marks that we spoke of earlier

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Best I could do with only one step..

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The C pillar not touched yet

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Wolf's Nano Coat

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Some finished pics

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You'we officialy been detailed :)

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This is it.

Enjoy !

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Awesome! R35 GTR is my dream car too!

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Sweeet ride and nice work!

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Niiiice! Both car and detailing was upper class.

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Nice car and great job done here! But be careful when you place product cans straight on paint ;)

Cred!

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very nice results!!

It isn't often i see someone use Mirka polish. I love their pads, but i haven't yet tried their polishes. They sell both 3M and Mirka at my lokal shop. Have you tried both and compared them?

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Nicely done sir! :D

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Dream car!!! Cred! ;)

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Great one step!This paint easely get micro swirls :P

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I was lucky on the hood, some of the marks i could not remove so well. I was sad that the owner only choose the One Step... but.. what can you do ?...

You do a two step to give the car the treatment it deserves, that's what. :)

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If it would only have been mine... But, since it is a paying customer, he got what he asked for, and he was pretty satisfied also !

Speaking of Mirka products, I find the T10, very similar to 3M's Ultrafine polish, ideal for doing one step corrections, when some correctioin is needed, like the case of this car.

it matches with either a Mirka finishing pad, or a LC White, or the waffle weave yellow pad from 3M... So a versatile product.

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Fantastic car and fantastic good work :)

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