Q: Smoking on acceleration - 2009 Nissan GT-R

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Last year I had some parts changed. They were the intakes, injectors, fuel pumps, downpipes and the exhaust. My car makes 630 hp and 630 torques with the bolt-ons and the tuner. My car is in pretty good condition but smokes allot with normal and hard acceleration. Is there anyway to get it to stop smoking? The turner pointed out this problem on a de-catted GTR.

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