Turbo Cavalier 280whp SRT4 ACR t70 T3 t40b intercooled Datsun 240 260 280 zx megasquirt

Video starts with some footage from a diamond mine up in northern canada, (NU) and some alcohol that was caught at security. Then moves into the factory 2.4 I wrecked with a turbo. Moves into all the parts I bought to rebuild everything. Oil pan is exteneded for the 2.3 oilpump that is seen a couple pics later. The heli coils in the heads were a pain in the ass. The onto one of the best looking/built nissan Z cars of all time. A little custom cutting and welding by me. Digging an Exhaust stud out of the 2.8 I-6. Making some Exhaust for the '95 ACR to an SRT-4 swap, with a huge turbo. Couple of pics of the car show in morden, MB. Then moves into a couple Dyno runs, starts with a 3.4 swapped cavalier, then a megasquirt srt4 swapped neon, and a mega squirted 2.8 turbo. Cobalt hptuners on the Dyno, then finishes off with my cavalier, thats about it.

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