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RB26 engine installed 240z


datsun dave

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Dave, I'm relatively new around these parts, and just wish to throw in my "thumbs up" for your work mate. :2thumbs:

I'm still only in at entry level (1/12 :mrgreen: ) but I am using your detailed build as part inspiration. :D I still hope to get myself a true 1:1 some day...

Good luck with the rest of your fantastic journey mate. :cheers:

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So the story so far last year engine was running (not on road) poor idle and problems with new Nismo AFM and i was working away so the Z has been garaged for around 12 months.

 

AFM problem and idle now sorted as the car is at a Skyline workshop/Rolling Road to be sorted and mapped.

 

Pictures are from yesterday when it was driven for the first time around the units roads.

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Really? What kind of setup you running?

 

RB26 engine rebuilt with new forged pistons & rods, lots of head work done with a set of Tomei cams, all bottom end has been balanced new GT 2860-5 turbos, Big inlet manifold with 100mm RIPS throttle body, Nismo 600cc injectors on a Greedy fuel rail, x2 red top lifter pumps into surge tank x2 Bosch 044 main pumps to fuel rail, Stainless manifolds and HKS down pipes both heat coated.

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