For the 180 bucks that was spent on the engine 250 with the serp accessories it was a very nice upgrade for the dollar. In the end its all in how well you tune it. Now, Im not sayin it lcant be done the supercharger , but it may not be as cheap as you are hoping for. And I might as well replace the bearings while i'm there! I am looking for pics to get different mounting ideas for the vg30e. That Ford engineer must have gotten his formula wrong. In my opinion, that compression ratio isn't bad for boost. In general both torque and hp tracks 5-10% higher with lower rpm peak torque and higher rpm peak hp.
I gotta find a spare rear subframe to install subframe spacers into and clean up so that I can swap them in directly once I remove the rear subframe from my car. Is your reply in response to turning down the snout of the crank? I heard z32 people use z31 bearings as a upgrade. There are some companies that do a computer upgrade that is a plug and play. The first oil change was grimey. We're using all turbo Z stuff, ecu and harness.
So what about the oil pressure. More old information on the turbo conversion page of my website. Last summer with oil temps approching 200, and 3000 rpm, I was looking at 40 psi. It features a throttle body fuel injection system. I'm thinking about having a similar spacer machined out to see if it works.
Crank mating area is similar and should work. When you look at the curves, the area spread between the two runs beyond 6000rpm is truely exciting. So, same rods vg30de just a piston swap and you have low compression!! The Plateau honing speeds break in, reduces friction, gives the parts a longer life and reduces oil consumption. However, he finally got smart and forged this last one so he would stop cracking ring lands. Payment can be done by credit card over the phone or with PayPal.
I don't have access to a Z31 pulley that uses this type of belt. I got some pics here: and I'll be taking apart the oil pump and rear plate and putting the engine on my table later today so that I can access the rear easier and then paint it with RustBullet so it will never rust as bad as it did before I took these pics again. We think that this motor is probably great for everything from off-roading to towing. . Massive torque I am sure. I do like seeing 225 horse from yours! One interesting thing about the pistons is that the skirt is a larger diameter than the ring landings. Someone else told me it sounds like limp mode and yes, it is very rich.
I'll be useing a Vi-pec computer and get it tuned. That would probably be the easiest way. Car made more power with the cams than they did with the stockers. I think it threw that code. No one had done that swap yet but I figured it out. Its been a while since he has assembled a motor, but he jumped back into right away. I appreciate that you are contributing to this forum on your build.
Not even worried about it. Not really a huge shame though, as I'll be able to put everything I put on the Z31 onto this puppy. I have almost everything, and only three more parts to buy. I got some pics here: and I'll be taking apart the oil pump and rear plate and putting the engine on my table later today so that I can access the rear easier and then paint it with RustBullet so it will never rust as bad as it did before I took these pics again. After blow-drying off the engine with compressed air, we used Motul Contact Cleaner to clean the bores perfectly. The stronger crank and rods from the twin turbo Z are not really necessary since the stock parts are beefy as well but since we had them, we might as well use them.
I've got one in my 04 frontier and had an acquaintance that had to get a new engine because the timing belt snapped on the highway, locking up the motor at 75mph. Mine is nuts on at o. Unsourced material may be challenged and. Dman wrote: I'm not sure what the type and length of belt has to do with wether you can interchange the pulley. Today on the dyno the peak hp was 220 at 6100 rpm and peak torque of 222 at 4200 rpm.