Thanks, I'm not the owner but building it was fun
Thanks, mate Can't wait to tune 36 and make more power heh
I need to, love those engines, they are different, but we all know they need more love than standard piston ones. I will be using only block, the crank will be form Nitto 3.2L for RB30 sam as rods I-beam 152mm, Nitto RB30 86.5mm forged pistons and all supporting mods like oil pump etc. On top of this, i will use RB26 head. Oh, i heard about that era, as far as I'm concerned LD carnaks were also stronger than OE s30s.BigSmoke wrote: ↑22 May 2020 10:44It's nice to see you keeping the rotary engine healthy and running. After all healthy power comes from a healthy, well-maintained engine And WEW you're using a diesel block for the R34? Now this is absolutely interesting This reminds me to the days of early Japanese tuning era, when everyone runs S30s on Yatabe and most of the build uses diesel crankshafts (usually from LD28) as a bore-up kit. And as you're saying, using diesel block (and probably cranks as well) would result in huge capacity as well, so all in all I'd say this is a brilliant idea. This also reminded me of my own canceled plans of acquiring a diesel Chaser/Mark II for drifting (Yes, they exists as LX100). Had to cancel the plan as my garage is quite brimmed already and I'm not sure if I can keep using and improving it.
Also hmmmmmm I wonder what would the new car will be?
I remember once you talked about buying diesel MK II. Thanks for such a big comment
I can give you a small hint, manufacturer location starts with S.....