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This is a Ca18ET its the same as the CA20 but a turbo, its bore and stroke are the same as the twin cam CA18DET. It has an Air Research T2 turbo and can take a T25 as an upgrade

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dattodude
Posted: 2004/7/10 9:18  Updated: 2004/7/10 9:18
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 1998/12/6
From: Sydney, Australia
Posts: 5807
 Re: CA18ET Turbo
The engine looks Very similar to the CA20E.
I reckon they would look very similar internally. I also saw a CA20 with a carby today also. I didn't know that they existed.

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dattoman_1000
Posted: 2004/7/10 11:27  Updated: 2004/7/10 11:27
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From: Perth
Posts: 2489
 Re: CA18ET Turbo
That would be a S3 bluebird engine probably

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D
Posted: 2004/9/25 10:27  Updated: 2004/9/25 10:27
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Joined: 2002/10/28
From: Melbored
Posts: 8776
 Re: CA18ET Turbo
Its quite a short block design and its the same i saw a year ago on a skyline which really confused the weenies out of me cause the block said ca20 (now in hindsight ca20 and ca18 are related doh!). However this engine had head missing and I could see the valve reliefs for 4 valves on the pistons so it must have been somekind of ca hybrid unless the reliefs are there for some other reason or it was rebuilt at some stage with ca18 twin cam pistons??? .

How crap are ca20 ????
can anything be done to them to make them go like fitting a ca18de internals and head and still keeping the old block number?

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ang94541
Posted: 2004/7/9 17:40  Updated: 2004/7/9 17:40
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From: Castro Valley,CA USA
Posts: 1179
 Re: CA18ET Turbo
I took the turbo off of one of these for my A12.

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woodydat
Posted: 2004/7/10 0:00  Updated: 2004/7/10 0:00
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 Re: CA18ET Turbo
what do u reckon it would make much of a diference in performance not being twin cam?

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datfunboy
Posted: 2004/7/10 1:49  Updated: 2004/7/10 1:49
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From: wodonga, victoria
Posts: 235
 Re: CA18ET Turbo
wow!!!!!! prety high tech looking exhaust manifold...........

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dattoman_1000
Posted: 2004/7/10 9:05  Updated: 2004/7/10 9:05
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From: Perth
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 Re: CA18ET Turbo
I have a similar engine but mine might be a later version.
Mine runs the 8 plug head and dizzy with 2 coils.
Also looks to have a different rocker cover design.
Same Air research M10 turbo though. I have a T25G to go onto mine also.