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That G20

Written by : Posted on December 16, 2011 : 9 Comments

Infiniti G20′s are hard to come by, much less one nicely done. A few weeks ago Jose Rebelo from New Jersey asked us to check out his car, immediately we were responding back with a big esmile of approval. Together we found Andrew who was generous enough to shoot some beautiful images for us. We really wanted to feature this car because we’ll vouch to say we’ve seen very few of these looking proper. Nothing wrong with seeing the same usual cars in different ways, but when you come across something different like this, it’s a breath of fresh air.

Jose says he’s only been in our scene for around a year and has owned a few cars throughout all this time. He purchased this G20 from a single owner and right away starting modding it. At first it seems like not much has been done besides a drop and wheels, but I’m quite impressed with the modifications list. Most of it is simple stuff that compliments the car all around, nothing has been overdone. It hasn’t been easy, but he’s been able to put together a unique, attractive, and clean car that peeps can appreciate. Huge props to Jose for engaging in a platform that is rare and bringing his own style, that’s doing it right!

Jose would like to thank the G20.net community for all their support. He also asked us to dedicate this feature to his friend, Jorge Oliveira, who passed on to a better life last month in Afghanistan and all the troops who risk their lives for our freedom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modifications
Engine
SSAC Header/DP
91 Intake Cam
Apexi WS2 Exhaust
Weapon R WAI Intake
Optima Redtop
EGR System Removal
Candle Apple Red Nissan VC

Exterior
Wings West Front Lip
2002 KR4 Sport Grill
JDM Power Folding Mirrors (Painted Matte Black)
JDM Black Duals (6k 55w HIDs)
JDM Wagon Rear Skirts
Painted Matte Blacktop
Shaved front bumper lights
Cleared taillights, corners and fender lights
”Fishbowled”
Rare G20 Leather Hood Bra (Not Installed)
Yakima Roof Rack (Not Installed)

Wheels & Tires
Work Equip 5 Spoke restored 17×8/9 +22/+17
Wrapped in 205/40 Duplops

Interior
Wood grain Broadway Mirror
Red Dash Lights
Squash Air Freshener from JDM Land.
Black Auto Shifter w/ leather and red stitching shift boot.
Wood grain Shifter Surround
2002 Black Steering Wheel
UK Primera Aluminum Odometer Gauge Rings
Rare All-Weather G20 Mats.

Suspension
JDM Primera BC Coils with 14/12 Spring Rates and Offset top mounts with notched/shortened bottom mounts
Maxima 5lug Conversion by Unisa Jecs.
Custom LoCo 3rd Links Pc’d Aluminum to allow for Coilover clearance
A34 Maxima Front Brake Conversion painted silver w/ Drilled and Slotted rotors
JDM P12 Rear Brakes painted silver.
SS RTP Brake Lines
Energy Suspension: Sway bar, end link, rear trailing arm, lca bushings
Custom Delrin/Aluminum Rear LCA bushing
JIC UCAs
Adjustable QT Rear Lateral Link (to adjust rear beam)
Muteki NeoChrome Lug nuts SR48s

ICE
Pioneer Avic D3 w/ Navi w/ Bluetooth and Phone Mic
Pioneer A-Pillar Tweeters
Infinity Kappa 6/ 1/2s all around
Alpine 4.100 PDX
Alpine 600.1 PDX
Pioneer TS-W2502D4 Sub 10″
Kinetik HC600 Capacitor

Special thanks to our new photographer Andrew Smorzaniuk for his nice work, welcome to the JS family.
Photography by Andrew Smorzaniuk
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9 comments

  1. ölkölkölk on said:

    So suddenly someone somewhere decides roof racks look cool. Wrong, they look fucking retarded.

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