Datsun 510 SR20DET
Datsun 510 SR20DET
/TUNED - Turbocharged Datsun 510
On this episode of /TUNED, Matt Farah drives a swapped and Boosted version of the legendary Datsun 510. *Each month we will air one full episode of /TUNED, /BIG MUSCLE, and /DRIVEN, here on /DRIVE. If you want more of them, you can subscribe to /DRIVE+, if not, we hope you enjoy.
#HawaiianPunch: 1972 Datsun 510 SR20 For Sale in San Diego
---- Price, Pics, Specs, and to Contact Owner go to http://CarHunters.tv ---- ---- Bonus Video http://youtu.be/qsKo-bXLcZs ---- Its been a little over a week since we featured this 510 and I honestly miss it. This 72 Datsun 510 SR20DET for sale was built with so much style and care, I can’t think of a better one. Thank you to the owner Raul for letting us film your car before you sell it. Filming this 510 was an interesting story as well. As Luke and I were scouting spots near Raul’s house, we stumbled upon the actual US Nissan Design center. This is the place where they designed the 370z and the Idx (the new 510). What luck! The employees there were so awesome to let us shoot some footage at there loading dock and main entrance. Over the 2 hours we were there, a lot of them came out to see Raul’s car. It was pretty cool to see how much they all admired the styling of this car. I guess they we’re paying respect to their elder ;) What I loved about this SR20 510 was how it was such reliable daily driver. While it looks like a showcar/racecar Raul comfortably drives it everyday. He drove me around in it a little and I just couldn’t stop smiling. Being such a lightweight car, the power is strong and the turbo is consistent. Oh and that sound, the SR20 screams if you want it to but it remains humble at low speeds. I’ll be honest, this car isn’t for everyone. It’s only for those who “get it”. It’s for those who know what this car stands for and is about. Words don’t really explain it, it’s just the feeling you get when see it and experience it. The next owner of this car is going to be very happy. --Grayson Barbou Filmed and edited by Luke McGlynn Music from http://www.bensound.com
Yellow&Black SR20 Datsun 510 Build.
This is an SR20 Datsun 510 My brother and I built. Eventually I'll put together a list of parts and mods on the car. Thank you very much Kenny. You made my dreams come true and made a very hard time in my life so much better. You're the kind of brother and friend other guys wish they had. Build list and parts Troy Ermish built chassis with: 6 point roll cage body bonded, Willwood big brake kit, Spherical ball joints all round, Adjustable control arms, Coil overs, Camber plates Slotted rear X-member, Bump steer spacers tuned to ride hight Razed suspension pick up points on the front X-member Steering box stabilizer bracket I did the body work, but spray was done at Bill and Bill East Oakland. Color is Ford D6 Screaming Yelllow, paint is Emron industrial equipment two part Epoxy. Same shit used by Caterpillar ATL fuel cell with internal surge tank and two Walbro pumps Set up for E85 Flex Fuel sensor w voltage output modual Aeromotive 8AN nylon stainless lines and fittings. Custom fuel rail Injector Dynamics 1000cc injectors @ 57psi = 1250cc Nock off Greddy intake customized for top feed injectors Ron Davis Rad and inter cooler with Transfer Black thermal conducting coating Tial blow off and waste gate Smooth ported log Exhaust manifold ceramic coating Garrett 3071R twin scroll turbo with ceramic coated Exhaust housing 3" Exhaust 4" cold air intake with on MAF Wiring specialties s13 universal wiring harness. Yury Rocks! GM LS2 coil pack ignition. Link G4 stand alone ECU, monitors Exhaust O2, intake temp, and altitude to auto optimize timing and mixture map. s13 blacktop SR20DET with fresh bottom end Fresh rebuilt Stock head Comp Spec stage 2 2100 clutch and pressure plate. Ultra light flywheel 06, WRX sti R180 LSD dif 930 stub axles and CV joints with Bata Motor Sports stub ends Custom built aluminum dash with Revolution GPS gauges. Data logging and set 0-60, 0-100. 1/4 mile, Carbon fiber air dam, bumpers, door panels and thresholds from Pare Composites. RIP Dave.