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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 5:09 pm 
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Our workshop has also started to take off and with the money from it we have purchased a new track car s13.5 with an SR20DET in it


blasphemy !

im assuming you never used those cheap gaskets, and only the genuine nissan metal ones. strange to blow so many


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nar the gaskets that blew were genuine trust ones. could never get the bloody manifold flat. had the turbo machined flat and the manifold draw filed. then it didnt seal so i was over it. so we welded them together. no problems since. :)

yeh the track car is pretty mad we've spent a lot of time on it doing the cage/tubs etc engine now also runs :) so its close to being painted (next week). heres some pics of it for you guys that dont go on ns.com

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by track car i assume you mean dedicated drift hack considering the inner guard mods??

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yes dedicated drift car. thinking of getting some 18x10j Work XD9's for the rear and some 17x9.5j for the front.

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Congrats on the power figure, finally a figure that represents the effort you have put in.

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thanks mate :)

i got my HKS Twin Power today :P thanks streeter. I'll hook that up and when im ready go and redyno the car and see if we can crack the 300kw mark 8)

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well thought whilst i was on here id do an update on the car...

car made 282.3kw@16.9psi i ran this setting on the boost controller and my clutch died at our drift day :lol: started slipping as i pulled out on track. so its sat there ever since (6months.) in that time ive decided im going to pull it out and do some things that i should have to start with.

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rb25det gearbox
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ikeya formula steering arms and tie rod ends
2x Bride Euro ii seats in red.

plan is to pull it down. strip it to bare metal. tub the front end, respray. drop the engine back in (with all speedflo braided fittings for reliability) and then retune for 1.5bar and drive it :)

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That's awesome power from a CA, well done!
Long live the CA indeed.

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Thats sick mate nice wrk that's the same sort of figures I'm hoping for from my ca however it's in a ke70


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CA would be long dead by now.

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CA would be long dead by now.
maybe but they are easier to rebuild and with forgies they can be quite tough and seem to enjoy 24psi+ of boost mine does


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Oh yeah?

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easier to rebuild than what?

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I wonder if xris ever did crack the 300 mark?

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somebody rang?? From my last post in 2008 :lol: build took as long as i thought it would. ages. so yeh ended up ditching the osgiken and got a Custom twin plate made for me. didnt end up tubbing just replaced the front end, painted it and painted the car redid pretty much everything in the car...

lol well long story. have i cracked 300kw no not yet. had a bearing seeze the engine while it was on the dyno(got the car finished with the ca all done last august)... devo. since then ive had the bottom end redone (new bearings, new crank, line bored, balanced.) Did alot of work on it heres a pic. Ceramic coated the trust exhaust manifold, custom twin plate, rb25 box, redid everything with braided lines etc etc.

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Anyways i was over it. not the ca just not driving my car. so i had the bottom end fixed up while i built the track cars engine(sr20det) and dropped all the track gears stuff in my car(GT2871r), and all of my engine gear and drive line is going into the track car (ca, rb box etc etc) so that we have a more track orientated setup in the track car.

So yeh long story short, ca is sitting at the workshop waiting on me to put it into our track car. My car is back on the road and looking better than ever :P

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