Jayson Pizarro’s LS1 Powered Lexus GS


Jayson Pizarro's Lexus GS 300Great story in Modified Magazine about Jayson Pizarro and his heavily modified LS1-powered Lexus GS 300—absolutely no compromises in this build, and it shows down to every detail. One of the complete custom 2GS’ I’ve ever seen.

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  1. Interesting… definitely not my cup of tea.  I’m not a fan of crazy modifications to lexus’s.  Its a luxury car; if your going to tune it get a Honda IMO

  2. He Ruin The Lexus ... Lexus Should Equip With 2JZ-GTE Or 3S-GTE ... Not LS1 ...

  3. In Japan they called it Toyota Aristo and there it is used for drifting and tuning in some cases. I think this guy wanted to pull that off instead of the usual “VIP” GS look people do here.

    I think it’s pretty cool to see a performance-tuned Lexus. I bought this Modified issue last month. Thanks for putting up the link… makes great wallpapers.

  4. RDS:He Ruin The Lexus ... Lexus Should Equip With 2JZ-GTE Or 3S-GTE ... Not LS1 ...

    Ruined what? He made his GS that much better.

    A lot of import guys are putting the GM LS motors in there and they are stout, unlike the cars they come in…I think Jay Pizo is one of the first to mount one in a Lexus. The 2JZ is a great motor no doubt, but he went a different route and it works just fine. The 3SGTE might be too heavy for this ride.

  5. got-rice:Ruined what? He made his GS that much better.

    A lot of import guys are putting the GM LS motors in there and they are stout, unlike the cars they come in…I think Jay Pizo is one of the first to mount one in a Lexus. The 2JZ is a great motor no doubt, but he went a different route and it works just fine. The 3SGTE might be too heavy for this ride.

    If A Lexus Run With Other Engine , It’s Isn’t A Lexus Anymore ... It’s Just Another Car ...

  6. RDS:If A Lexus Run With Other Engine , It's Isn't A Lexus Anymore ... It's Just Another Car ...

    Lexus is still a Toyota underneath, for better or worse (more better obviously). I prefer this style more than VIP styling that most GS’s are built nowadays. Speed never goes out of style.

  7. got-rice:Lexus is still a Toyota underneath, for better or worse (more better obviously). I prefer this style more than VIP styling that most GS's are built nowadays. Speed never goes out of style.

    I’m Not Saying About The Styles ... I’m Saying About The Engine ...