December 28, 2014 Alex Wohlwend

Jason’s GTR33

Jason had a vision for his GTR. Make it fast, make it beautiful. Luckily he brought it to the one shop that can do it all in house!! The car came previously fitted with a custom tubular header, Garrett GT4088r, Tomei 260 cams and all the supporting modifications required to make everything sing in harmony. GSD’s team of experts went straight to work on the body first.

 

We stripped the chassis to bare metal to remove the unknown paint and got it into primer.

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Once the body was massaged to perfection, factory OEM silver paint was applied

 

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It was then clear coated and set to dry.

 

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The car then was re-assembled and to finish the look, a new set of wheels set the car off just right.

 

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Jason’s need for speed was the next step. The factory engine was outputting somewhere in the neighborhood of 550 all wheel HP. To ensure the longevity of the engine, a full build was required.

We started with new Wiseco pistons and TOMEI connecting rods.

 

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The engine internals are held together with all ARP hardware and sealed with Cometic and factory gaskets. It’s fueled with a custom fuel system and controlled through an AEM engine management stand alone computer.

 

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The R33 is currently undergoing a few more changes as we get it ready for the 2015 season.