50psi boost 1200+hp Nissan RB30 - Ethanol E98
Nissan RB30 SOHC 3L engine built and tuned by JPC making over 1200hp on
Ethanol fuel. The engine still retains a factory block and crank.
Improvements come from a custom JPC turbocharger, manifolding, roller rockers and cam
gear. Fuel is fed via ID2000cc injectors and an Autronic computer system.
This engine has previously run 8.79 at 160.25mph (with less power) in a
full weight (3250lb) Holden VL commodore through stock suspension,
Powerglide transmission, 9in rear end and 28x9in slicks.
Johnsons Performance Centre
KE20 Corolla SR20VET Nissan powered
Michael's 8-second Toyota Corolla testing a new Powerglide transmisison at
Heathcote. The car had previously used a Ford C-series auto backing a big
power Nissan SR20 engine featuring a Haltech methanol fuel system.
SR20VE Primera P10 Acceleration
Nissan Primera P10 GT
Engine: SR20VE Int\Ext 5000\5100
Gearbox: P11 GT Stock
Final Drive: 4.37
Exhaust: OBX 63mm Full kit.
Intake: Weapon-R Short Rum Full kit
ECU: SR20DE tuned custom ecu (More Fuel and Air)
Flywheel: Fidanza 5.2kg
Tyres: Winter Spykes Tyres 195\60\R15
Tyres very much slips
Something like 200-205 hp on flywheel.
Nissan SR20-DET Block Resurfacing
John Edwards discusses some of the reasons why aluminum blocks require
resurfacing and how it's done on the Sunnen HBS-1300 @ Costa Mesa R&D
Automotive Machine 949.631.6376
World's quickest SR20 Nissan 4-cylinder - Micks Motorsport
Michael Baghdadi's 200SX is now the quickest SR20 in the world after
running a 6.91 at 197mph pass at the 2012 Sport Compact Brisbane Jamboree.
The car is powered by a 1400hp 2.2L SR20 4-cylinder.
Roof 101 Cyclone OHV Model A Ford Engine Conversion - Clip #2
This is the 2010 4 Port OHV conversion for the Model A and B Ford. It's
modeled after the 1929 R&R Cyclone originally created by Robert Roof of
Anderson, Indiana, USA. Charlie Yapp, owner of Scalded Dog Speed Parts
contacted Jim Roof, Robert's grandson, and Jim became the new "Chief
Designer" and Charlie the producer. The end result is nothing short of a
wildly successful mechanical achievement . The power and inefficiency are
huge and surprising. The parts are mostly off the shelf at your local
dealer. If you get a chance to see one take a close look at the technology,
it's different and edgy but still look and sound like a period racing
On Our website. . .www.secretsofspeed.com. . .you will be able to find the
Dyno chart links and
much more. . .like contact info. Yapp also manufactures the famous Riley
Two Port OHV and the Lion Speed Head.