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"I started off helping him detail customers' vehicles," he says, "which led to helping prep cars for paint." It was the start of a learning curve that made way for things like cam swaps and SR engine overhauls.
Just because the two know their way around a couple of S13s and some SR20s, though, don't think it all went so easy.
It's that aero that makes Jarett's S13 especially unique.
"My son's influence has made me fall in love with everything about them." Windows down, flooring it, and haulin' ass, just like with that GTO."Growing up, I loved any car that had pop-up headlights," Jarett says. "[It's] definitely a love-and-hate relationship when it comes to fixing them," Jarett says about the early '90s Nissan S-chassis cars that, as far as iconic Japanese sport compacts go, share the podium with models like Honda's fourth-generation Civic and Mitsubishi's DSM trio, "but it's always satisfying in the end." And as far as the end goes, save for a few updates like a bit of bodywork for Jarett and bigger injectors and a tune for Eliot, both S13s are considered done."[The S13] was my first car, so it being cheap, fast, and RWD was all a big plus for me." For Eliot, it's just about the most iconic body style there is. "As of right now, I'm finished with the car," Jarett says, "but knowing how I constantly think of what I can do next, there may be changes that I don't know about." Changes that, you can bet, this father and son will be handling on their own.SR20DETs found their way underneath both 240s' hoods, but the similarities end there.For Jarett, more than 400 hp comes by way of Garrett's GT28 turbo and a pair of Jim Wolf cams while dad's S13 gets the same upgrades only by way of Tomei.
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