Jotech Motorsports reveals its second GT-R tuning package of the year: a 700-horsepower beast built for the Dallas Cowboys' Gerald Sensabaugh.
Last week we brought you a Jotech-tuned GT-R that was reworked to produce up to 600 horsepower for a Brazilian client. And this week the Texas-based tuning house has revealed a Stage 3 tuning package completed for Gerald Sensabaugh of the Dallas Cowboys. The package includes a choice of bolt-on turbo kits by HKS, GReddy or ETS, and a GReddy XL Intercooler kit that consists of polished aluminum piping, Type RS blow-off valves, a six-boost controller and turbo blankets.
The fuel system is upgraded with 1,000cc injectors, HKS twin fuel pumps and HKS Iridium Colder spark plugs. Running on 93 Octane, the GT-R should manage up 700 horsepower at the wheels. Also included in the package are stainless-steel downpipes, an HKS exhaust system with non-resonated midpipe, polished-aluminum air intakes with K&N filters, and a custom ECU tune by Jotech coupled with a Cobb Access Port. The $31,000 upgrade is completed by a set of Series S101 alloys from HRE Performance.