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 Post subject: My demo S14 with 3.2L RB
PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:03 pm 
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Car: 1997 Nissan 240sx RB32DETT
Real Name: Yury Lyalko
Here is a background on our demo car/my personal S14. Some pics here: http://store.wiringspecialties.com/wisprbs1424.html

The car started life with the popular SR20 but after the many years of ownership, I realized that I wanted more power and something that is a little more unique. I eventually moved on to the road less travelled and swapped in an RB motor. Not an RB20, not an RB25, not even an RB26.

I had an RB30 block from Australia shipped over and began my build on my RB30 powered S14 kouki. The motor was stroked to 3.1L last year and currently sits in a shop in Chicago, IL where it is being worked on further. Once it is back, it will be comfortably sitting at 3.2L of displacement.

Here are some of the parts used and some number from the old 3.1L setup.

RB26 twin turbo kit sitting on a RB25 head (which was heavily modified to adopt the RB26 manifolds).

Twin HKS GTRS
740cc Nismo injectors
Aussie Rods and Wiseco Pistons
AEM controlled with a very conservative tune
Exedy twin plate clutch

Made 380WHP and 390 Tq at 9 lbs of boost
Made 545 WHP and 550 tq at 20 lbs on 94 octane

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