Rebuilding A Wrecked 2013 Nissan GTR Part 2



  • Alexlol  (Jan 3, 2019))

    Please consider paving the entire driveway lol, it’s crazy how fast the cars gets dirty right after washing them.

  • bro a video doesn't made i one day

  • jay bradley  (Jan 9, 2019))

    +Kyle Thackston more snow this weekend too possibly smdh

  • lmbluke  (Jan 3, 2019))

    The oil in the intercooler piping and clamp failure, are from the extra boost from the tune. Upgrade the PCV, install a catch can, and upgrade that clamp to a heavy duty T-bolt clamp, and you should be fine.

  • Michael Jones  (Jan 5, 2019))

    +Eddie J I agree

  • Eddie J  (Jan 4, 2019))

    lmbluke was about to say the same thing! I have a N/A 2017 GT PP with 7800 miles and my JLT Oil separator catches quite a bit of oil even in N/A. Everyone should have a catch can!

  • Junito Punto Comm  (Jan 3, 2019))

    These guys are already doing test drives While B for Building still cutting pieces out of his Half GT-R !! 🤦🏻‍♂️😂

  • ROFLCOPTERLOL  (22 hours ago))

    +Junito Punto Comm why do you care what others are doing?

  • Imran Hameed  (Mar 19, 2019))

    B for Build just posted his final costing on the GTR rebuild project. His purchase price was way below $46k; who is laughing now pretty boy??

  • Sean Pinheiro  (Jan 5, 2019))

    You should get the 2017 r35 gtr headlights they look better then the 2013 model

  • Hype Tempo  (Jan 6, 2019))

    i think those lights look like shit on 2017 and up

  • Norman Patterson  (Jan 6, 2019))

    I agree 100% I think they should do a 2017 conversion

  • Jeffrey Edwards  (Jan 3, 2019))

    i think y'all should get a lift. they will definitely pay themselves off with the time you save. since i've been able to use a lift, it cuts down labor times by a ton. think about it! they really aren't too expensive.

  • Robert Nugent  (Jan 6, 2019))

    Turns out quickjacks are made in China too.

  • Robert Nugent  (Jan 6, 2019))

    +ForbesList 286th Also, can't be less safe than crawling under a car that's suspended on a skid steer loader's hydraulics.

  • Jonathan  (Jan 3, 2019))

    You guys should do a 2017 front end conversion. Like if you agree 👍🏻

  • Izzy motorsports  (Jan 8, 2019))

    2017 the way to go

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  • bob darcy  (Jan 3, 2019))

    depending on how long you guys take to rebuild this ill have a stock intercooler set up ill be willing to sell. but im not going to be upgrading till the late winter early spring i also have 2 OEM front fenders and an aftermarket rear bumper if you for whatever reason need them!

  • 252laylow  (Jan 4, 2019))

    Just a safety tip.. use some jackstands when you guys crawl underneath the car. Dont put youre lives in the hands of that hydrolic lift.

  • AllSouthernBuilds  (1 day ago))

    Lol quick Jack tested their lift and put 16k pounds on top of one and the locks didn't fail. When locked it doesn't use hydrolic pressure, it uses a mechanical arm to lock them up. No need for stands. And I don't think that car weighs over 16k pounds...

  • Jared c  (Feb 24, 2019))

    Quick jacks and two post lifts both have locks on them so the hydraulics aren't holding the car up. If you lose all your hydraulic fluid on either you would be fine. I have seen two post lifts fail because they weren't anchored into the concrete right though.

  • Gino Gambino  (Jan 3, 2019))

    You're right the dealership always has your back so they can get closer to grabin that wallet.....LOL

  • goonzquad  (Jan 5, 2019))

    Gino Gambino hahahahaha

  • John Perry  (Jan 12, 2019))

    One of my dream cars 😍 definitely excited about this one....keep up the good work you guys!