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Kemp's SR20VET 180SX gets tuned!

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SR20VET 180SX
Final tune completed and set to represent :) With 800+hp at the flywheel, this thing is going to rip!





External gate screamer 180sx - quick drive
Quick drive of my 180sx. It has 220rwkw. TD06 turbo with HKS step 1 cams.





King Motor Imports 180sx sr20det antilag
aem ems antilag





Nissan Neo VVL Valve Lift
Nissan NEO VVL Valve Timing. Get the book here: https://www.createspace.com/4321251 Get the DVD-Video here: https://www.createspace.com/374294 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 ... Get the whole story right here in this video... Enjoy...





Datsun SR20VET 7.27@189MPH
900+whp PR





NISSAN SR20DE ENGINE 早回し組み付け 1時間50分を約4分にしてみました。
日産シルビアなどに搭載されている、SR20DEエンジンの組 み付けを早回しで4分に収めてみました。基本的にSR20DET ンジンも、オイルジェット(ピストンクーラー)の違い らいでほぼ同じです。そのうちきちっと編集してヤフ クに出します。





1994 B13 Nissan Sentra with Sr20 engine and 5 lug swap showcase
This is a nice B13 sentra that used to be his mothers car. He then converted it to an SR20 motor, and performed all the other mods you can see.





Steve Ka - PowerTune R34 GTR WTAC 2013





SR20VET RWD
SR20VET in RWD 180sx





Steve Ka R34 GTR - Wakefield test day
Steve Ka's R34 GTR visits Wakefield Park for a test day leading up to WTAC 2013 and manages to break the unbreakable. Powertune-built Tomei 2.8L engine Precision 6262 turbocharger Complete Haltech management catalogue 420awkW on E85 Custom aero Custom suspension Currently getting repaired and will be back out again soon!





Mazworx SR22 Engine Dyno Test Run





SR20VET
416kw on 23psi no gas yet, spark issues will sort out soon.





Nissan Primera Turbo sr20ve-t vs Nissan Primera turbo sr20de-t
400whp de-t p11 vs near 500whp sr20ve-t p11(camara car)





F6 vs 180sx roll ons
180 on the external gate gets the jump but the 390rwkw F6 reels him in





Powertune - Steve Ka's Time Attack R34 GTR Skyline
After picking up an Albin's ST6 transmission, Steve Ka's time attack R34 GTR takes to Wakefield Park for a test day





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