SR20DET GT2871R 240SX dyno pull

Dyno pull by a 1991 240SX with a Garrett GT2871R (.86) powered SR20DET and supporting mods. Made 334whp and 261lbs. ft. tq.

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Check out the Dyno here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXOKllTsH8c s14 sr20det engine. Stock motor top & bottom Stock headgasket Gt2871r .64a/r (15psi) tomei 740cc inj. Enthalpy Tune SR20DE throttle body FMIC 3" turbo outlet HKS Hi-Power Exhaust synapse synchronic BOV(recirculated) A couple small pulls in my s14. I just got the gopro 3. Just testing out the adhesive mount on the dome light. Its ok but I plan on getting a better mount in the future. Sorry my windshield was really dirty too. Its hard to tell how well it pulls but the first pull is a roll into second and a little bit of third. it spun a little in second. I'll try and post better video of the car later. **Please dont forget to hit the thumbs up! If your interested in subscribing I'm going to a Dyno day on 12/07/14 and might get my car Dynoed, but even if I don't I will have plenty of videos of some powerful cars on the Dyno and then after words probably some street pulls. So dont miss out!





S13 SR20 240sx w/ GT28 @ 16psi
The story of my 240sx from a s13 SR20 with blown T28 @ 12-14psi, bad head, and no tune. To a GT28RS @16psi with Rebuilt Head, AEM EMS tune. Made 320whp on the Dyno with stock cams. Tuned by BRE Motorsports in Concord NC.





Nissan 200SX S14 SR20DET GT2871R .86 @ 1.4bar 100 - 200 & 100 - 250
Modifications: - Engine completely stock! - Garrett GT2871R 0.86AR ​​@ 1.4 bar - JECS 750cc - Walbro - Greddy FMIC - XS-Power Manifold - 3 inch Exhaust from turbo - Z32 LMM - Lightweight flywheel - ACT heavy duty clutch - K & N Air Filter - NIStune matched by Jonne (www.sky-engineering.com) - Z33 Gearbox Conversion by Jaco - and much much more.... :) Filmed with GoPro HD 1020P and Sony Alpha 37 with Minolta AF 1.7/50mm incl. Manfrotto 701HDV Mini Fluid Head




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