Datsun L20B engine dyno tuning ~ JPC
Performance engine Dyno tuning at JPC. This old
school 2L four cylinder Weber fed Datsun engine makes over 200hp naturally
aspirated on 98 octane unleaded fuel.
Johnsons Performance Centre [ http://www.jpc.com.au ]
L18 2.3ltr Stroker Twin Cam Dyno
L23 (2.3ltr), KA TwinCam headed (L18 block) on the SuperFlow engine Dyno. 290.6 Flywheel horsepower @ 8350RPM &
204ft/lbs torque @ 6500RPM. That's 126hp per Litre!!!
Further tuning resulted in 291FWHP @ 9000RPM, But the rev limiter will be
set to around 8500RPM in interests of engine longevity.
Built by Peter Mac @ http://www.lescollinsracing.com/.
Cam Gear Clocking L-Series
Old vid, just just getting it up youtube.
If you want to make your own chain wedge, here's the dimensions.
Datsun 521 L20b motor swap
1971 Datsun 521 pickup truck with a L16 motor and 4 speed transmission gets
L20b motor with A87 closed-chambered head and a 5 speed transmission.
1970 Datsun 1600 engine rebuild
Engine rebuild datsun 1600 for a school final work
Reacondicionamento de motor datsun L16, projecto elaborado pela turma 0809
de tecnicos mecatronica automovel.
prjecto feito por:
Datsun Rally X
A fun to watch clip of a Datsun just givin' it on a dirt track.
L28 PMC Race Engine first start in Datsun 260Z
L28 Engine built by Peter McDonnell in Victoria. Tuned by Les Collins and
Peter McDonnell: Triple 44mm Mikuni carbs with 39mm chokes, 88mm SPS forged
flattop pistons, FJ spool rods, high lift electromotive grind cam, SWR
tuned headers, SWR CNC ported E88 head. 10.5 to 1 compression, 7kg
flywheel. 284 fwhp.
Datsun 510 with Honda S2000 engine
Collection of pictures showing how a stock Datsun 510 got his swap from a
03 s2000 donor ;it takes almost the same time chopping the frame for either
other swap, so I felt more confortable swapping a s2k engine & tranny on
I didn't know where to start, but somehow everything started to taking
place in a house garage with some basic tool that my grampa left me.
Overall this could be called as frankestein swap because of the info and
parts used. Ei: Subaru R160 LSD, Nissan Maxima rear calipers with KYB AGX
Mitsubishi Eclipse adj shocks , front brakes and suspention provided by
Datsun 280zx shocks with eibach springs and Nissan 240sx camber plates
with tokiko adj shocks,Datsun 210 brake Booster with 280zx master cilinder, 04 S2000
motor/ tranny with a custom crossmember 50%honda 50% datsun driveshaft.
S2000 Cluster on 510 frame, old recaro front seats with Mitsubishi EvoVIII
rear seat. mix and match for the datsun / honda wireharness and fuse box ,
AEM standalone system.
Griffin Ford Mustang
radiator, with AN radiator hoses.... the list goes for the wiring , same as
the brake system and plumbing. It took me around 7-8 months to finish it ,
working mostly at night and weekdays.
The main issue was to keep the most of the original geometry of the
Datsun...and basically remained the same, only for the tranny tunnel wich
it was extended. custom header and Exhaust, muffler provided by Greddy RSX type S
muffler gave a low tone on the open pipe Exhaust. the car ran around last months of 08'
..still need some work as the interior carpet and sound system but
heeeey... who cares when you can rev 9k rpm's....!
Datsun 180Y SSS (B210 or 120Y x 510 or 1600 SSS)with motorcycle carbs nearing completion
Datsun B210 modified and restored
L16 SSS bored out to fit 280ZX flat top pistons (now1800cc)
Ported and polished head
High tension double valve springs
Lightened and polished crankshaft
Set of 4 Suzuki GSX-R 750 carbs
Kawasaki ZZR 1100 electric fuel pump
Ford Modeo Radiator
Audi A4 electric cooling fans
510 SSS gearbox and diff
Front - 510 SSS McPherson struts with KYB Excel-G shocks
Rear - 510 SSS Independant rear suspension with Seat Ibiza McPherson struts
then into 60mm pipe, then divide into two 30mm pipes from half way (all
stainless)then into 2 stainless high-flow mufllers
Stock 510 SSS brakes (for now)
Stainless braided hoses
Ceramic clutch disc
Modified various places to acomadate
Battrey now lives in the boot
Spare wheel well cut out replaced with new floor
Some rust work
New chrome bumpers
Every screw, nut, washer and bolt nickel plated
Stripped back to bare metal, etch primer, polyester coat, colour matched
high fill primer then sprayed with 2-pack straight orange.
Compomotive 15 inch Minilites, 7 inch front and 8.5 inch rear
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