240Z Mark Rolston's 1971 Datsun with an RB26

Datsun 240Z RB26 Engine Mark Rolston http://www.rolston.me/NewSite/Z-car.html

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RB26 240z FIRST START UP
Sr20store built rb26 first time start up. Rb26dett twin hks gt2530 tomei oil pump cp pistons eagle rods tomei headgasket port n polished head. And much more !!!





RB26 Powered DATSUN 260z - 650hp CLASSIC!
I don’t think this car could have looked ANY cleaner than it already did. From the engine bay to the carpet beneath the seats..this Datsun 260z was PERFECT! Going from a carbureted inline 6 motor to this built Rb26, it’s fair to say this Z is looking and running better than it EVER has in the past! Check out D2 Production's video on this awesome 260Z: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_cTxK9HMKQ Motive DVD: https://www.youtube.com/user/MotiveDVD 1320Video provides the BEST street car videos from around the world! Drag Week, Streetcar Takeover, King of the Streets, Texas Invitational, Stockholm Open and a number of No Prep races to name a few! On our channel, you will see anything from a 2000+hp twin turbo Lamborghini Gallardos to 800+hp four cylinder Toyota MR2s! Car racing is a true adrenaline rush, and we’re here to deliver the most INSANE content on the web! Car crashes, turbocharged street cars, illegal street racing, busted by the police, Street Outlaws…you name it, we’ve got it! So sit back, strap in, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest and greatest automotive content on YouTube! —————————————————— Subscribe ► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=1320video 1320Video Gear ► http://www.1320video.com/shop Facebook ► http://facebook.com/1320videos Instagram ► https://instagram.com/1320video 1320Video ► http://www.1320video.com Twitter ► https://twitter.com/1320video Snapchat ► Crew_1320Video





2JZ 🆚 RB26 / THE ULTIMATE BATTLE -||- Versus Series
Maybe the most iconic, and tunable at the same time, engines that've ever been made. Which one is the best though? Which is faster and responds better to upgrades? Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HayaiDemoN/ Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hayaidemon/ If you have any videos or pictures of your car and want them to be posted, feel free to contact us! The RB26DETT engine is a 2.6 L Inline-6 engine manufactured by Nissan, for use in the 1989-2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R. The RB26DETT engine block is made from cast iron, while the cylinder head is made from aluminium. The cylinder head contains 24 valves (4 valves per cylinder), and uses a dual overhead camshaft setup. The intake of the RB26DETT varies from other RB-series motors in that it has six individual throttle bodies (3 sets of 2 throttle assemblies that are siamesed together) instead of a single throttle body. The engine also uses a parallel twin-turbo system, using a pair of T25-type ceramic turbochargers set by the wastegates to limit Boost pressure to 10 psi, although the Skyline GT-R has a built in Boost restrictor to keep Boost under 14 psi. This Nissan RB26DETT engine is on display at the Nissan Engine Museum in Yokohama, Japan. This Nissan RB26DETT engine is on display at the Nissan Engine Museum in Yokohama, Japan. This Nissan RB26DETT engine is on display at the Nissan Engine Museum in Yokohama, Japan. The first 2.6 L RB26DETT was rated by Nissan at around 276 HP (206 kW) @ 6800 rpm and 260 lb·ft (353 Nm) @ 4400 rpm. By the end of production, power levels had gone up to around 276 HP (206 kW) @ 6800 rpm and 289 lb·ft (392 Nm) @ 4400 rpm, not only because of developments and modifications to the engine, but also because of the "Gentlemen's Agreement" made between Japanese automakers to limit the "advertised" horsepower of any vehicle to 280 PS (276 HP). The RB26 is widely known and became quite popular for its strength and power potential, making it a modification friendly platform for tuners and aftermarket modifications in general. It is common for modified engines to achieve outputs of 500 hp+. Some of the most extreme and extensive modifications done to the RB26 have resulted in figures of 1000 hp+, even up to 1,638 hp. The 2JZ-GTE is an inline-layout, six-cylinder, belt-driven dual-overhead camshaft, air-intercooled, twin-turbocharged, cast-iron block, aluminium cylinder headed engine designed and manufactured by Toyota Motor Corporation that was produced from 1991 until 2002 in Japan. Development and evolution of the engine was, principally, a response to Nissan's relatively new and then-successful RB26DETT engine which had achieved palpable success in FIA Group A and Group N touring car championships. For all road car applications, two gearboxes were available for the engine: Toyota A341E 4-speed automatic Toyota V160 and V161 6-speed manual (jointly developed with Getrag as the Type 233) The 2JZ-GTE originally powered the Toyota Aristo V (JZS147) in 1991 before becoming Toyota's flagship performance engine in the Toyota Supra RZ (JZA80). Its mechanical basis was the existing 2JZ-GE, but differed in its use of sequential twin turbochargers and an air-to-air side-mounted Intercooler. The engine block, crankshaft, and connecting rods of the Supra's 2JZ-GE and 2JZ-GTE are the same, with notable differences being that the 2JZ-GTE has recessed piston tops (giving a lower compression ratio), oil spray nozzles to aid in cooling the pistons and a different head (redesigned inlet/Exhaust ports, cams and valves). However, other 2JZ-GE equipped models (Aristo, Altezza, Mark II) share a different part number for connecting rods. Toyota's VVT-i variable valve timing technology was added to the engine beginning in September 1997, hence it phased out the original engine. Consequently, maximum torque and horsepower was raised for engines selling in all markets.





Insane VQ35HR 240Z Race Car Project
Insane VQ35HR 240Z Race Car Project The remnants of a Datsun 240Z, a late-model engine swap, a whole lot of tubing, and a slathering of carbon fibre thrown in for good measure. This is a complete ground-up build if I’ve ever seen one. The thread actually started in 2009, so there are a few dead links, but all the oily bits are still there for us to enjoy. You can check out the owner’s website here: http://www.rolston.me/NewSite/Z-car.html




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