Sunday, 20 September 2015

DMS Built GTR Gets A Feature!

Here at Dodson Motorsport we focus so much on what happens around the world involving our name that sometimes it slips past us to show the cars we build here in our very own workshop. It just so happens that a GTR recently built by Dodson Motorsport has end up with not only a full feature, but a cover and poster spot too. 

New Zealand Performance car has been documenting and displaying New Zealand Performance Cars since the mid 90's, and the team never seizes to come up with an interesting article to read and some great photography to look at. Well this brings me to the latest issue, spotlighting four generations of Godzilla. The final generation being a GTR owned by Stu, and completely built by Dodson Motorsport. This R35 GTR might look standard aside from the 18" TE37SL wheels it sits on and the MH Drag Radials, however it is far from it.  

This car Boasts a full Dodson Motorsport Engine and transmission build, resulting in a figure that leads this car to be one of the highest powered cars in New Zealand at 1600hp. It definitely leads this car to be the most powerful GTR in the country. Once the majority of the work had been carried out (a lot being custom), the car was then tuned by Glenn here at Dodson Motorsport, it started with  lower power tunes to get the car back on the road, and then the latest tune lead it to the power figure plastered throughout the magazine article you see. This car still sports full interior and is completely legal on New Zealand roads with the drag radials being dot rated. 

Head to the nearest retailer or for the overseas viewers definitely have a look at the article online (still yet to be published, i will keep you posted) and have a read up on just one of the many cars we work on here at Dodson Motorsport. I can assure there will be more. 

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All photo's by: myself (Nathan Malmo)

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