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VG v6 with chain drive and 30 degree heads
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just when I thought I knew every engine Nissan made
there pops an upgrade for room and performance of
the original belt driven VG into chain and twin cams
that are much lighter, compact than the VG30DE
The VE30DE
https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/sp ... -94-engine-341/20705888-P

Posted on: 5/6 10:08
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Re: VG v6 with chain drive and 30 degree heads
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No wonder Nissan went bankrupt-- so many engine variations

First the 3 different 2.0 liter fours, and then the 1992-1994 Nissan VE engine

Although it sounds like very nice features ...
* 4 valves per cylinder
* dual overhead camshafts
* variable valve timing
* coil-on-plug ignition
* some have variable intake manifold
* 10.0:1 compression ratio

Reportedly used only for the 1992-1994 Nissan Maxima SE

Under Ghosn didn't they consolidate three V6 designs into the VQ? Saving tons of money

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http://www.twinturbo.net/nissan/300zx ... -kit-for-the-VG30Des.html

there were 3.6 and 4.0 stroker conversions and Maxima forums compare the VE and VQ chambers showing
little difference in design almost like the VQ in its infancy but cast iron block.

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$1600!! That's fairly cheap..what does that include? (n/m) posted by michaelkih (Dallas) on May 26, 2004 at 09:00 PM Message We can furnish a stroker kit for any engine!! Increasing the displacement of an engine is a sure and reliable way of obtaining a power boost. This boost is obtained by lengthening the stroke of the crankshaft, enlarging the the bore size of the pistons, and raising the compression ratio. Power increases of 30-40% are achieved this way, and most of it is in the form of torque, which means greater acceleration. A Stroker Kit consists of: 1. Stroked PAECOLLOY crankshaft with all journals built to standard size 2. Forged aluminum pistons in your choice of bore size and compression ratio 3. Deves racing piston rings Your stock connecting rods can be used with the stroker kit, or we can furnish you with chrome-moly or titanium con rods as an extra cost item. Allowance for the extra stroke is achieved by moving the wristpin hole higher up in the new set of pistons. Stroker kits for most 4-cylinder engines will cost $1,299 and for 6-cylinder engines will cost $1,699. These prices assume that you will be sending in an exchange crank. Without an exchange crank, there will be an additional core charge. It takes an absolute minimum of six weeks to make the pistons and process the crankshaft for a stroker kit. Please allow for this when you plan your engine rebuild. To order your stroker kit call (800) 326-6401. We will help you select the correct bore, stroke, and compression ratio for your particular engine.

Posted on: 5/8 17:02

Edited by D on 2022/5/14 14:09:04
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