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S15 Spec R VVL kicked in YO

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Hi all, pretty new to the forum and haven't yet been very active on here. Others may or may not have seen this build on other car forums but as I've been building up a SR20VET for my S15 as you'll see below you in the information/pictures, I thought I'd share it on this forum now too as I haven't yet done so.

 

Hope you enjoy :)

 

Standard SR20DET VS fully worked SR20VE [spec list below]

 

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SR20VE inlet ports

 

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SR20DET inlet ports [yes I realise they're standard]

 

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"Baby" turbo [GTX3076R]

 

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Skyline RB25DET gearbox with adaptor plate etc

 

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Dummy fitting

 

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Engine bay getting ready for paint:

 

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Painted:

 

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VVl kit on:

 

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As the engine currently sitted before being mounted:

 

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Mounted:

 

 

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-----SPECS----

 

Head:

 

P11 Cylinder head

Exhaust cams 268 11.8 lift

Inlet cams 272 and 305 11.2 and 12.4 lift

2mm over size valves

larger valve seats with 3 angle grind

New exhaust valve guides

New high performance valve springs

Re-shaped combustion chamber

Race port and polish

Vernier cam wheels (dialed in for max power)

 

Block/other:

 

-Link G4 wire in ECU

-Bosch 044 fuel pumps [x2]

-ID2000cc top feed fuel injectors [x4]

-Custom polished intercooler piping

-Custom polished intake plenuim with 70mm throttle body

-Greddy fuel rail modified to mount VE head

-Tial external wastegate

-Top mount extractors

-Braided oil and water lines to turbo and back

-Full engine balance

-CP forged pistons in 86.5mm

-ACL race main and big end bearings

-Acid dipped block

-New genuine Nissan OEM jet oil squirters

-New bearings and seals throughout

 

Currently that's how the car is sitting at the moment from Wednesday just passed. Few little things remaining now until it gets fired up for the first time such as wiring, front mount piping etc.

 

Looking forward to hearing this thing start up for the first time :D

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There's a lot more pictures from when I started the build to how it currently sits, but those are the main ones. And yes will do :)

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Little bit of a update, gearbox mated to engine now and currently being trial fitted in to the car with engine

 

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Looking good man keen to see some charts of what it does with that turbo.

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Cheers man. It's an SR to RB 25DET "big box" adapter. An SR gearbox would be completely useless to run so have to use the big boy :D

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Very nice build. Looks subtle and professional. I like it.

Edited by pmod

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Nice man. Who is building the motor?

 

Should be very responsive with that turbo.

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Place known as Shred Motorsport. Deal with quite a lot of Nissans. If the names are known to anyone, both Brad and Matt Lauders drift cars have been built there [Matt actually works there]. If the names aren't known to anyone, well it's in New Zealand :)

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Oh ok in NZ

 

Those ports look familiar.....!

 

Who did the work on the head?

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Purchased pre built [was used in two or three runs] by Han Ruiterman at E&H Motorsport located in Auckland

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Not the place I was thinking of. In any case it will be a weapon. How long before you think it's ready to go?

 

 

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Yeah it should be, hopefully lol. On a rough guess up to around a month but I know they're full on so it might be closer to about two maybe? Downpipe picture here too :)

 

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What size dump and exhaust?

 

Don't you love it when shit just comes together!

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Full 3" from dump and back with a hi flow X force cat :)

 

Yes haha, been waiting a long time for this :D

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Front strut brace

Front sway bar- 27mm (solid) 3 point adjustable

Rear sway bar- 24mm (solid) adjustable

Surge tank set up

Radiator- Koyo s15 ‘N-flow’ double pass radiator

ATI damper

Genuine Tomei sump

Front caster arms

Rear camber arms

Rear toe arms

Subframe lock collars

 

These are are on their way, but there's a six week wait for the sump. Hopefully if the rest of the gear shows up quite quickly they can continue the work on the car with what they have.

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U should of put a flex pipe on your screamer pipe as well

 

It's good that u merged it in far from the turbo tho

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now that im viewing it on my laptop i can see the flex pipe

when i was viewing it on my iphone i couldnt see the flex pipe

where u have the flex pipe is perfect both screamer pipe and dump pipe have free movement from each other

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this is awesome......would love to do this to my s15...wish they just came from factory with this donk

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