For those who do not know, Nissan 240SX Import DPS now has a combination of Nissan SR20 and computer programming Microtech Tech OSO which already are beginning to see results in a machine with 7.5 with 7.57 passes and 7.59 @ 179mph @ 179mph and that's just the beginning.
Import DPS Nissan 180SX SR20DET VVL Turbo 7.59 @ 179mph
For those who do not know, Nissan 240SX Import DPS now has a combination of
Nissan SR20 and computer programming Microtech Tech OSO which already are
beginning to see results in a machine with 7.5 with 7.57 passes and 7.59 @
179mph @ 179mph and that's just the beginning.
Import DPS SR20DET VVL 180SX 7.36 @ 185 MPH New Record
Now SR20 Powered Import DPS does a 7.3 pass , its getting better ,
congratulations DPS, JR and Oso. Courtesy of GRS-MOTORSPORTS.COM
'The Nissan 240SX Import DPS improving his personal best with his new
Nissan SR20 combination with 7.36 @ 185mph time with your owner 'Javi' at
Congratulations to Team''
''El Nissan 240sx de Import DPS mejorando su marca personal con su nueva
combinacion Nissan SR20 con tiempo de 7.36 @ 185mph con su owner 'Javi' al
Muchas Felicidades al Team''
Dona Silvia SR20DET Starlet 8.26 @ 158 MPH
Don ~ Silvia Starlet,
this bus 3 / 4 chassis for the Modified Category, with an `I 5 under
Rodriguez Rey property of Carolina, with the advice and help from Carlos
Nissan Motor has an SR-20
Junkyard Turbo Swap! Chevy-Powered 1971 Datsun 240Z Autocross Thrash - Roadkill Ep. 26
What do you get when you cross a rusted 1971 Datsun 240Z with a Chevy 4.3L
V6 and a turbo from a Ford Power Stroke
Diesel? The Rotsun! During Roadkill Episode 25, Freiburger and Finnegan
revived the Rotsun expecting it to dominate in the 9-car autocross showdown
of previous Roadkill project cars. It also needed to beat a 2014 Kia Rio 5,
but failed to do so with the Rotsun shamefully breaking down before
completing a decent lap. So in this episode: revenge. After swapping in the
mismatched turbo and making nearly 400
rear-wheel horsepower, the guys head to
the autocross at the Goodguys 5th Spring Nationals in Scottsdale, Arizona
and mingle with fans on their way to a rematch with that dastardly Kia.
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260z Neo VVL TURBO
260z Neo VVL engine vs 200sx GTiR engine
260z MADE IN PALMARES BY TALLER ARTURO
180sx Type X Top end rebuild Part 1
Machined the head and in this video we install the head, lifters, rockers,
shims, cam shafts, sprockets, chain and show how to time the cams.
Ported and polished head
Cut valve seats
Super tech valve stem seals
BC 264 cams, springs and retainers
New genuine chain tensioner
Cometic 1.02mm head gasket
ARP head studs
Modified Street SR20 turbo Corolla
Michael Kalaitzakis' Toyota Corolla runs a personal best time on a very
easy pass. The car is powered by a Nissan SR20 engine with recent changes
including a new Garrett GT4202 turbo and
Ford 9in rear end. Other modifications include a Haltech methanol fuel
system and Ford C4 transmission.
sr20ve RWD SR20DET Neo VVL test
Trying out the sr20ve head setup @ 22psi.
Stock sr20ve camshafts.
Car is on 255/40/17 Star Specs (FRONT) and 265/35/18 Nitto NT555 (REAR)
World's quickest Nissan SR20 Silvia (H-pattern gearbox)
Driven to and from the track, Paul's Nissan Silvia S13 is a rocket. Powered
by an SR20VET turbo engine, Paul still
shifts gears through a modified H-pattern 5-speed manual gearbox.
Modifications are as follows:
PJ's Quick Bits Nissan S13 Silvia
Nissan SR20VET 2.0L (factory block & crank)
Precision 71mm turbo @ 44psi
Haltech Platinum ECU, Pump E85 ethanol fuel
Z31 5-speed H-pattern (dog gear set)
Jim Berry single plate clutch
GT-R diff & drive-shafts
Power: 637kW / 853hp @ wheels
Race weight: 2670Ib / 1208kg
Built by Advance Motor Mechanics
APSA Pro Street Shootout, Sydney Dragway, Australia - May 18th 2013
Nissan Neo VVL Valve Lift
Nissan NEO VVL Valve Timing.
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Nissan Motor Company, has what is called Nissan Ecology Orientated Variable
Valve Lift and Timing. The Neo VVL engine was developed by Nissan around
1997. It saw limited release on some models. This in essence is a system
similar to the Honda VTEC valve lift system, but is also has variable valve
timing. This means that on a given rotational range, the engine will change
the lift and timing, on the intake and Exhaust cam independently. The NEO VVL engine
has a camshaft with two different cam lobe profiles. When one cam profile
is no longer needed or after 5000 RPM, the lift profile changes, and allows
the engine to keep putting out power all the way to the redline. Neo VVL
engines can generally rev to around 8200 RPM in stock form. This in effect
has the best of both worlds, a great idle response and high RPM power.
The Neo VVL engine changes the cam profiles independently. The Intake cam
changes first, and then the Exhaust
camshaft thereafter. Other manufactures, like Honda's V-Tec and Toyota's
VVTi switch both cams together. The end result is greater power generation
on the smooth side.
The Nissan Neo VVL uses two separate camshaft profiles. One profile works
best at low RPMs, while the other is meant for higher engine revolutions.
It also uses 3 activation stages. The low and high RPM profiles, are
effected by means of a ...
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