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Old 04-04-2004, 05:35 PM
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Originally Posted by krismax
What kind of times did it run?

Unfortunatly, the car was never finished. I do not have a time slip or proof of any times. However that really wasnt my point.

My point wasnt that I beat every maxima in existence, it was that with a few hundred bucks the money really showed. The $:HP ratio i guess.
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Old 04-04-2004, 05:54 PM
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Originally Posted by VQvroom
Unfortunatly, the car was never finished. I do not have a time slip or proof of any times. However that really wasnt my point.

My point wasnt that I beat every maxima in existence, it was that with a few hundred bucks the money really showed. The $:HP ratio i guess.
Then you did not get the best hp per dollar people are taking those turbo k-cars i think something like that . putting rods ,pistons . Lots of nitrous and running 10's ,11's 12's. And spending less than you did on your mustang.

People might not want a k-car or a mustang thats why we do it.
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Old 04-04-2004, 05:58 PM
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Yes there are a lot of cars that can be made faster for less money. But look around you. EVERYONE has done it. I think a lot of the people that seriously mod their max's like the idea of doing something no one else has, to break new ground. It's a challenge. The longer I'm on this board the more I wonder if this is the way it was for Hondas when they first started doing hybrids. Now look how far they've come. Who knows what we'll discover. R&D for anything costs money, sometimes a lot of money. Without people getting tired of doing the same thing over and over, we'd all still be riding horses.
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Originally Posted by krismax
Then you did not get the best hp per dollar people are taking those turbo k-cars i think something like that . putting rods ,pistons . Lots of nitrous and running 10's ,11's 12's. And spending less than you did on your mustang.

People might not want a k-car or a mustang thats why we do it.
Whats a Kcar?
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Old 04-04-2004, 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by krismax
Then you did not get the best hp per dollar people are taking those turbo k-cars i think something like that . putting rods ,pistons . Lots of nitrous and running 10's ,11's 12's. And spending less than you did on your mustang.

People might not want a k-car or a mustang thats why we do it.


Ofcourse my example didnt work out and I obviously didnt get the best HP per dollar bc it was a total loss.

I can understand your comment and the point about why...
I dont want to get into comparing any v8 vs a maxima. This could get very ugly and Im not interested in making enemies.

your right.

this is a great find for the maxima and hopefully a great alternative to the bottle of NOS used to gain low times. Props to the fellas working on this.
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Old 04-04-2004, 06:13 PM
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Whats a Kcar?
http://www.eekcars.com/
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Old 04-04-2004, 06:48 PM
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1)stock starter may not turn the motor over because of high-compression?
2)can you use the 3.5 heads?
3) this 3.5 from 03 or 04 maxima?
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Old 04-04-2004, 06:55 PM
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1)Don't know, but that's the least of his worries.
2)Don't think so because of variable valve system on VQ35.
3)Neither, the rods/crank are from a 240hp VQ35 Pathfinder that ate a screw.

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1)stock starter may not turn the motor over because of high-compression?
2)can you use the 3.5 heads?
3) this 3.5 from 03 or 04 maxima?
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Old 04-04-2004, 07:43 PM
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what kind of estimated HP are we looking at with this 3.3 litre engine?
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Based on the displacement change alone, its a 10% increase in displacement so you could expect a rough estimate of 10% increase in power output just because its got 10% more air moving. then you have to factor in the compression ratio being 11:1 rather than 10:1.
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Old 04-04-2004, 08:36 PM
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Good find and thanks for sharing

Wish I knew you were gonna do this, I would have like to see it
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Old 04-04-2004, 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Nealoc187
Based on the displacement change alone, its a 10% increase in displacement so you could expect a rough estimate of 10% increase in power output just because its got 10% more air moving. then you have to factor in the compression ratio being 11:1 rather than 10:1.
so with roughly 10% increase from size, and the fact that the CR increases 10%, does that mean this could increase power by 20%? sounds a little too good to be true....what do you think?
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Old 04-04-2004, 10:08 PM
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Id like to guess with proper tuning you can see at least 30whp from this. I dont have a doubt that number is fairly accurate.

BAGS, I did this actually friday at 5pm when I got home from work.

Starter not being able to turn this engine, not an issue. That starter is more than capable of cranking this engine if it was even a 12:1 compression.

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Old 04-04-2004, 11:38 PM
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ok with the new parts which ecu do you plan to use since the stock VQ30 ecu may not work and would the starter from a VQ35 engine work and also would it be possible to transfer the injectors from the 35 to the 30?
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That pic advertizes the 90mm stroke that I have been saying the new VQ40DE would have to be. This one appears to have the sleeves and bores cut paper thin and they added a custom made one piece deck cap/bore sleeve. Notice the solid iron deck. This is what will carry the VQ into the 1000+ hp 2JZ territory and will propel the 350Z intot he super tuner car catagory. Very nice find.
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Old 04-05-2004, 04:15 AM
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anyway to mod the 2k2, 2k3 with vq40DE parts?
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Old 04-05-2004, 04:36 AM
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Originally Posted by BigDogJonx
Plan is to lower the CR down to 8.5:1 for the turbo.
BAH!!!!!!!!! run 11:1 and mad booost yo...toss in some octane booster and you'll be good! its all in the tooooning... hehe, nice work!
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Old 04-05-2004, 04:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Oxidizer2k
anyway to mod the 2k2, 2k3 with vq40DE parts?
I am eagerly waiting for the VQ40DEs to stock the boneyards.
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Old 04-05-2004, 04:57 AM
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now... who can figure out to get better gas milage?
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Originally Posted by Oxidizer2k
now... who can figure out to get better gas milage?
Buy a Civic.
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Originally Posted by SR20DEN
That pic advertizes the 90mm stroke that I have been saying the new VQ40DE would have to be. This one appears to have the sleeves and bores cut paper thin and they added a custom made one piece deck cap/bore sleeve. Notice the solid iron deck. This is what will carry the VQ into the 1000+ hp 2JZ territory and will propel the 350Z intot he super tuner car catagory. Very nice find.
agreed look out 2JZ's, also notice the options for 8.5:1, 11:1, and 11.5:1 compression ratios. The AEBS website http://www.aebsracing.com/products.pl?product=tsleeves also claims that the sleeves have been tested to 55psi of boost. This coupled with the solid deck will meam some seroius boost or naaaaaaaaaawwwwzzzz potential . Now obviously no one in their right mind will run 55 psi of boost but can you imagine 4.3 liters of nissan v6 running 18psi of boost? i cackle at the very thought.
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That picture is also full of misprints.

It lists the following:

Turbo 8.5:1 with 100mm bore and 90mm stroke = 4231.16cc

That does not add up. That equals 4241.15cc

NA (Both compressions) 101.5mm bore and 90mm stroke = 4269.35cc

That is also wrong. The correct product for that is 4369.39cc

So my question is which of these posted dimensions are correct and which ones are not?
I should call these people and ask them how they can machine a block to such a degree but they can't do simple auto math.
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VQ30-K injectors are 290cc-295cc vs. VQ35 Maxima which are only 270cc because they run 3.5bar fuel pressure.

Originally Posted by naijai
also would it be possible to transfer the injectors from the 35 to the 30?
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well then scrap that part
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Or sell it and the rail to a 4th gen....270cc vs. 240cc-260cc.
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Originally Posted by bijan gxe
Its even better to see it in person.

Cant wait for your next step Dmoney

How on earth do you decide with boosted Atlanta Owners nuts you are going to swing from each day?
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Originally Posted by SprintMax
How on earth do you decide with boosted Atlanta Owners nuts you are going to swing from each day?
Man I just fell off my chair as I read this and my boss looked at me like

Man I needed that Sprint.

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Originally Posted by SR20DEN
That picture is also full of misprints.

It lists the following:

Turbo 8.5:1 with 100mm bore and 90mm stroke = 4231.16cc

That does not add up. That equals 4241.15cc

NA (Both compressions) 101.5mm bore and 90mm stroke = 4269.35cc

That is also wrong. The correct product for that is 4369.39cc

So my question is which of these posted dimensions are correct and which ones are not?
I should call these people and ask them how they can machine a block to such a degree but they can't do simple auto math.
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Originally Posted by SprintMax
How on earth do you decide with boosted Atlanta Owners nuts you are going to swing from each day?


I think you misspelled "which"... that confused me for a sec
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Originally Posted by SprintMax
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Does this mean you don't love me anymore?
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Does this mean you don't love me anymore?
nah.. nerds make the best love
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havent you seen Revenge of the Nerds?

they always get the girls
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Originally Posted by SR20DEN
Buy a Civic.
Will that help my maxima get more MPG?
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havent you seen Revenge of the Nerds?

they always get the girls
Then what am I doing wrong?
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Originally Posted by Oxidizer2k
Will that help my maxima get more MPG?
Yes, if you tow your maxima with it.

But seriously, great thread, I'm assuming you would have to remove the engine to swap these parts? Doesn't look like something you can pull the head off etc.

Looks like a good candate for people doing an engine rebuild.
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Originally Posted by SprintMax
How on earth do you decide with boosted Atlanta Owners nuts you are going to swing from each day?
lollol:
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Hey if any of you 2k2/2k3 owners want better mpg, ill trade you my internals for yours......
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how about valve clearance, any issues there?
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Then what am I doing wrong?
you spending too much time behind the computer
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