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PostPosted: Fri Jan 07, 2011 5:15 pm 
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Hey guys,

I really need some good advice I just got a JDM s15 specR silvia done 110kz, all its got is:

Greddy Front mounted Intercooler
Greddy Electronic boost controller
Turbo Timer
Full 2.5 Inch exhaust (some bodgy exhaust setup)
EVERYTHING ELSE IS STOCK AS A BLOCK

OK, so i want to do some mods asap, turbo is playing up and i dont like the lag ( it starts to die up top) should i throw away these mods and start fresh?
I dont know much about these cars so what do you guys recommend i do first (in order)?

This is just some upgrades off my head

Injectors, turbo, manifold,down pipe, hot pipe, cams, intercooler, oil cooler, suction intake, induction kit, larger afm,turbo outlet, racing fan pulleys


1.?????????????
2.?????????????
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And which turbo set up should i get ?
1) Little lag (anything BELOW 3000rpm of boost coming on is fine)
2) Won't die up top (Going strong till redline)
3) Not Snappy (vertical power on graph)
4) Will fit the stock position on an S15 (manifold, water/oil lines, dump pipe)
5) turbo set up under $4000 AND IF THATS TOO CHEAP FOR WHAT IM LOOKING FOR THEN HOW MUCH WOULD I NEED
6) AFTER IM DONE IM LOOKING FOR OVER 380hp (round 11-12sec 1/4 mile)

Thanks guys.........


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 08, 2011 12:20 am 
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how much you wana spend :DDDD?!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 08, 2011 1:51 am 
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EViL80E wrote:
how much you wana spend :DDDD?!

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I wana spend round 10k


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2011 10:41 pm 
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trust t518z will see you to 230rwkw at 15psi(apparently upto 250 on 20) and should be full boost around what you want, with supporting mods. Has a very torquey curve if you do some research.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10, 2011 8:14 am 
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I agree with magnet.

A street car with 10k to spend

T518z
nismo 740cc injectors
z32 afm
clutch (something like a cushioned button to try and preserve the gearbox)
cams and springs
Better exhaust
custom intake pipe
ecu and a tune

i'd probably leave the manifold stock and as much engine bay piping as possible and keep the stock air box to keep it all low key if you do get inspected by the police.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 11, 2011 9:05 am 
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badhairdave wrote:
I agree with magnet.

A street car with 10k to spend

T518z
nismo 740cc injectors
z32 afm
clutch (something like a cushioned button to try and preserve the gearbox)
cams and springs
Better exhaust
custom intake pipe
ecu and a tune

i'd probably leave the manifold stock and as much engine bay piping as possible and keep the stock air box to keep it all low key if you do get inspected by the police.


+ fuel pump, walbro intank or whatever
who is going to work on this car?

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how about some brakes to stop all that power? lol

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2011 1:55 am 
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hmmm

i still think with 10k and a functional sr20 under the bonnet street car/ quater car, personally id be selling of the motor and box and put the extra cash into building a half diecent 25/30...

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2011 9:51 am 
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EViL80E wrote:
hmmm

i still think with 10k and a functional sr20 under the bonnet street car/ quater car, personally id be selling of the motor and box and put the extra cash into building a half diecent 25/30...

just my 2 cents


Or buying an RB26 straight out and dropping that in.

Unless he wants to keep the SR.

For 10 grand you could do a lot to a car.
Depends on what you want to do and if you are going to do the work.


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or better still a VQ25DET!!

all alloy engine, better weight than an RB block, and shorter too

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ZEi250t wrote:
or better still a VQ25DET!!

all alloy engine, better weight than an RB block, and shorter too


Sounds like someone is pushing the issue for personal gain ;)


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yeah but that engine wont last long. it only hasnt sold because its still in the wreck!

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You'd better get off your arse and get it out of there then!


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Is it just me, or with all this power he wants and all the reccomendations going round, i would not be forgetting brakes and especially some good suspension upgrades. $10k is alot if all you want is power and a nice dyno read out but middle ground if you want a good all rounder.

what do you want the car for too? Street, track, drift, or just a sweet quarter mile?

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 5:42 pm 
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Blazn' 180 wrote:
Is it just me, or with all this power he wants and all the reccomendations going round, i would not be forgetting brakes and especially some good suspension upgrades. $10k is alot if all you want is power and a nice dyno read out but middle ground if you want a good all rounder.

what do you want the car for too? Street, track, drift, or just a sweet quarter mile?


And lets not forget about tyres. He needs something better than stockies to be putting down that sort of power...


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