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Re: Toyota did it now its Nissans turn
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just got informed by die hard Ford loving japanese mate
that Ford was first with the boosted L3 engines and toy
just followed suit cheekily using a once Ford owned
Mazda 2 base for their current hatches.
Ford focuses on torque though rather than power
and the Does 1.5 L3 Dragon makes more torque than many
V8s ever made from 1,600 to 4,000 rpm.

Posted on: 10/19 14:16
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Re: Growing trend of classic car conversions to EV power.
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Hard not to rant Dave I see why many there have had more than enough.

Global warming and spamdemics are coverups for UN agenda 2030 and inbred Dan
also signed Vic over to China last year for a 99 year usufruct lease.
They are gonna ramp up the tyranny and digitize everything for the 5g network roll
out for driverless everything, smart cities and other high tech crap.
Melbourne is the chosen guinea pig for the future world roll out for a techno dystopia.

Old fella bought Moderna stock before the spamdemic at 10usd went up to +$400 but he
cant spend his millions in a sunny paradise now stuck in Demoncratic Melbourne

At almost 80 years of age he prob needs some high powered Electric inline skate
project to outrun the bacon for refusing to muffle up with a face nappy.

Back to projects could only get an fd3s rx7 to play with and not rebuilding
its 13b-rew and prob should consider a 18,000rpm electric heart instead.
Rotaries and big cars like jag v12 are good EV candidates but leave little cars to breathe fire!
any old english car could be better off as well as an EV, less stains on the driveway!

Posted on: 10/19 14:12
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Re: Toyota did it now its Nissans turn
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for looks and performance you both smooth up top :)
To think Many Toyotas used Mazda hearts in the past
now Mazdas using Toyota hearts since the jz got
more love and now the mighty G is straight out a beast.

How times have changed from what was hot jp car then and now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFsFqdYRtw8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qjr-vyckN9Y

Posted on: 10/11 6:30

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Re: GX5 debut 1972 mid-year
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Posted on: 10/11 6:23
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Re: VG30DET Devil Z the JZ slayer
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2jz is later tech than VG
but here now in Japan a 2jz
is worth 5-8k usd and 1jz 3-4k usd
for a stocker. The vg can handle 800hp
with stock internals as it does here
in this 300zx and price of these beasts
are still very cheap and in my eyes better
than the latest 400z.

just love hp for good value ;)

1200 with vg20 would be magic

VG33E and VG33ER avail till 2015

93.5mm bore 83mm stroke
3.3L

You could make a 10,000rpm all day VG
using VG33 block with VG20 crank 69.7mm stroke

2.8L would be fairer to the JZ but way bigger
bores for bigger valves more breathing and very
short rods would be a high rpm demon.

Posted on: 10/6 15:42
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VG30DET Devil Z the JZ slayer
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stock bottom end 800hp 200 passes on same engine!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6UhQDD_oRs

Posted on: 10/4 12:04
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Re: Toyota did it now its Nissans turn
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Yep thats the engine in the lil Yaris beast
I always bagged Toyota for never ever doing
something different to the rest but at least
doing it well their way so this is refreshing.

3 cylinders seem optimal for low down torque
and have become the norm in Japan kei class
which is limited to 660cc. The 660cc L4s were
producing torque higher up, less economy,
higher production costs & packaging issues.

I would really like to have Rotax 1.6L in
a small datto, locost or my rx7.
Nissan has some nice L3 engines as well
like the HR series but not sure the HR16DE
is a 3 cylinder?!! 78mm bores could be L4
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_HR_engine#HR16DE_(Renault_H4M)

Posted on: 10/2 12:28
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Toyota did it now its Nissans turn
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Toyota corolla/yaris/echo is now a Mazda 2
but their gt rallye model uses 1 1.6L L3

will Nissan follow suit, its has a 1.2 L3
and could do a Nismo Note with 300hp L3

Best L3 so far is the Rotax found in the sea-doo
70kg (wo water jet) all alloy 1.6L 300hp at 8000rpm
now if someone can convert it to use a
5 or 6 speed it would make a screamer
even rotary replacement.

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Race versions making over 350hp NA from a 1.6!!
https://www.rotax.com/en/products/rota ... tails/rotax-1630-ace.html

Posted on: 10/1 14:33
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Re: Alloy NISMO oil pan for A-series engine
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cheap bottom sump for sr20det in alloy

Get a billet midsection matching the A series block and connection to the above
you get a winged sump result. Winged section must sit forward to clear cross-member.

Posted on: 9/21 7:24
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Re: E15 Crankshaft
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all the long time A series datto speedway guys eventually upgraded
to the e15et heads making an AY budget A series for 30hp more on meth
than was possible with a series heads.

Narrower crankpins and mains on narrower rods reminds me of the chevy
upgrades for engines masters competitions were every little bit counted
to reduce friction and make more hp. The E series engine should have been
further developed by Nissan and they did into alloy but only 1-1.2 liters.

Posted on: 9/18 9:57
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