An r35 engine (vr38dett) is very similar to the z32 engine (vg30dett) in design, and after seeing this vr38 setup i started to wonder if it would be possible for a similar setup in my Z.
I called City Of Calgary Traffic Police regarding side exhaust that pipes straight out the side fender and he said it would be fine as long as it wasn’t a 3.5″ pipe and was designed to be functional over loud. Hmm.. with that in mind i might opt to bring the exhaust to the back still then and use mufflers
I don’t really see any problems though, kind of interested to hear what opinions you might have or advice. With the intake/pop charger removed and mounted directly to the turbos, that saves all that room up front for either a FMIC or angled dual SMICs side by side.
The radiator would be relocated to the back of the car or perhaps share the front nose with the IC.. I have seen a rad relocate in person on a car that had a 2jz wedged in there so tight the rad needed to be moved for space
Rusty Speedwerks hosted a Shop Night at Bowest Motors where we learned all about older Datsuns and their unique carburetors. a little education goes a long way 🙂 glad I made the drive to bowness, it was like being back in high school shop class again
video of a beautiful green z32
finished another 1/24 scale model but this time I went wrecked! first attempt at a lot of different techniques for rust, glass, damage, wear, age etc and I’m pretty happy how it turned out 🙂
I’ll taking some pro shots in the near future outside with an appropriate backdrop
Oscar of Miami enjoying a ride with friends!
Our international correspondent Kirill G has taken to the streets and south of the border, sending back these images from LongBeach, WA..
Props and cheers to our friend Masatoshi Amisaki in Kobe-shi, Japan! I have personally built four different Z kits, currently working on my fifth, and i’ve never seen, or thought to, custom create a bodykit. It looks great, the wheels are fantastic, and will be a perfect match for his 1:1 scale z32
Great vid for enthusiasts and non-car people alike
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