I used to run it in my 240sx before i switched to map sensor ecu for itb. It's some sort of cal cams camshaft that has a lot of overlap, I believe the lift to be under a half inch with a duration under 300. . The car has a L20B bottom end with 6 inch rods built by Troy Ermish. It also has smaller runners which can be ported to suit your needs but the smaller runners allow maximum velocity. The high flows are not necessarily hard to do. Anyone chopped down and refabbed a manifold using the l28 efi manifold? The year max seems compatible but won't that throw a light if not tuned? We only sell parts that are in good useable condition.
I purchased an Ingersoll Rand air impact wrench thunder gun as well as the necessary sockets and extensions for the job. The non-emission intake that does not bolt to the exhaust mani would usually be off a 210 head or an early A87 head, both non-emission heads. It produces 110 hp 82 kW. Check to see if these are worn and in need of replacing also. If you can send me a picture I could let you know.
There were two versions of the L20B: a car version, and a truck version. DrewH wrote: Both you and Justin are probably going to laugh a little when you start and drive the car after the plug change. Setup you have now works? And it's easier than you think. Its essentially a shock that slowly absorbs the engine movement. I know that I am going to jinx myself but so far none of the bolts are giving me too much trouble I sprayed some pb blaster on the remaining bolts and I will try to spray them again in the morning before I go to work.
Both lean and rich will lead to oil consumption. Don't know what he's being all secretive and such. I was in on round 2 of 3 and I've always been very happy with mine. Ive heard of it being done before although ive looked at the manifold and its going to take some serious fabwork to make decent. Images used may not exactly match your specific application.
Older cars don't have this. Replacing these studs is a wise investment. As far as i have gathered, this may be a jdm only item. Injectors off many cars from the wreckers are perfect for you. There's 3 things about the L18 manifold that I want to retain. Thinking of cutting this up but it will leave holes to cover.
I am waiting to hear back from Racing Line Performance on purchasing the High flow Cats and the Y pipe and I'm still shopping around on options for lowering it. That always seems to be the stumbling block and this makes it a 5 minute job. This Kit Includes 11 Studs, 11 Washers and 11 Nuts. For example Ford Mustang 5. That applies to air tools in general.
Electronic Ignition is not required, it can use the points as a tach signal. That 100k interval is a joke. I remember Nammy Sam dumping his weapon-r at Carlisle last year because he didn't like it. The proposals were to be based on the skateboard-shaped chassis of the Autonomy fuel cell concept shown at the 2002 Detroit Auto Show. Another problem was if a sensor went out it went into low-power limp-home mode. Since there is no computer and no electronics needed it is much simpler.
Piece of mind, cheap, and you're already in there. Both you and Justin are probably going to laugh a little when you start and drive the car after the plug change. It gets its firing signal from the coil. At 5 degrees initial and about 27 degrees total we got 125 horse at 6500rpm and 119 of torque. U67 Cylinder head prepped and ported by Rebello, valve job since redone by a local machine shop, large valves.
If you are using an N42, N47, P79, or P90 head with a fuel injection manifold, then you need the other injection kit. Or a return fitting can be Teed into the filler hose. Real time tuning and display, etc. You're going to be dealing with a lot of aluminum and its very easy to over torque and possibly damage it. Thanks- Mark Mine has 117,000 miles now.
Planning to transfer full 1990 eccs 240sx efi system harness, ecu, distributor, etc. Top racecars have used injection since at least the early 1960s. Combine them with a catless y-pipe and it really wakes the car up. I am very interested in anyones thoughts on this manifold, where i could find one? Was told the casting number would be U67 or W58. Would make a nice L4 manifold. If I were you I would definitely change both belts.