ENDLESSS SR20DET Twin Turbo Kit
We shine the spotlight on an exciting and innovative product that Japanese tuner ENDLESS (mostly known for their high-performance braking systems) brought to the SR20DET market back in 2008 – a complete twin turbo setup.
Ultimate S13 Exhaust Guide
Looking for an S13 exhaust? We list all the popular S13 exhaust systems available today in the ultimate guide to choosing your new S13 exhaust.
Nissan Silvia PS13 – 180sx for sale – 09/2016
Power Vehicles offers you this special Nissan Silvia PS13 ready for sale and export from their base in Japan. The full specification is below and if you would like to enquire about purchasing this car check out the link at the bottom of the article. Vehicle: 1993 S13 Silvia Ks, Repainted White Spec Highlights: ORC Clutch, Cage, G-master Coilovers, Boost up Spec: 1993 Silvia Ks, Repainted White KMS: 144535 TYRES: R: OK F: OK SPEC HIGHLIGHTS: Endurance race spec (Fine as a drift car also) Spot Welded Engine Room ORC Super Single Clutch Boost Up ROM (Boost 0.9) Uprated Fuel Pump ARC Alloy Rad Dual Switchable Electric Fans Apexi Air Cleaner Cusco Oil Catch Tank Front Strut Brace Oil Filter Relocation Block, Greddy Oil Cooler Front Mounted Intercooler Kit HID Headlights, Clear Lenses, Front Spot Lights Wise Square Rear Lights M-Sports Front Aero M-Sports Side Skirts M-Sports Front Wide Fenders +20mm M-Sports Rear Over Fenders M-Sports FRP Bonnet Alloy Power Steer Tank Greddy Water Pump Pulley Extended Oil Pan Carbon Spoiler 5 Stud Hubs 4 Pot Front Nissan Callipers Aftermarket Rear Pads Clear Front Winkers Nardi Steering Wheel Bride Full Bucket Takata Harnesses Drift Button Alloy Shift Knob Pivot Shift Light Trust Boost Meter Carbon Door Trims Battery moved to Trunk Front Tow Hook Aftermarket Exhaust System Rear 18 x 9.5J + 15 Prodrive Wheels Front 17 x 9.5J +15 Prodrive Wheels Kazama Auto Rear Toe Rods Kazama Auto Rear Upper Arms Kazama Auto Rear Member collars Kazama Auto Tie Rods Kazama Auto Front Tension Rods Under Engine bash plate Kazama Auto Rear Traction Rods GP Sports G-master Coilovers ACRE Stain mesh lines Aftermarket LSD (Very aggressive) Decat Pipe Aftermarket Front Pipe Silicone Rad Pipe Cusco Rear Strut Brace Half Roll Cage Greddy Profec B Defi Oil Temp Gauge Defi Water Temp Gauge Defi Meter controller Uprated Fuel pump OBSERVATIONS: Features in ORC Drift Dream Match DVD! (@2.55 Mins) Study ALL pics for more info Ex Endurance Race Car from Clutch Maker ORC, been garaged and unused for last 7 years! Very clean chassis. Sunroof Plated over Very last of the S13 Silvias, Rare to find in this condition! Some paint imperfections and marks from old stickers (See pics) Some holes in dash, Interior painted black Fuel system just overhauled / cleaned 895,000 FOB / Domestic Check out this Nissan Silvia PS13 on Power Vehicles
5 Nissan Aftermarket Add-ons to Boost Your Car’s Performance
Nissan is well-known for building fantastic base models for high-performance tuning. Auto enthusiasts love their 240SX series, 240Z to 370Z series, and economic Sentra series because of their modification potential. These cars are smaller, more lightweight, and a blast to drive. With all these great features, they’re also affordable. This makes them more accessible to drivers looking to modify their cars for fun. So what aftermarket add-ons do you buy once you get your hands on one of these cars? Here are some of the performance upgrades that will provide you the best results for your money. 1. Exhaust Stock exhaust kits tend to minimize vibration and noise at the expense of greater engine power. If you upgrade your exhaust system, you benefit from a higher exhaust flow, which allows exhaust to escape the engine at a greater rate. This frees the engine to combust gasoline more efficiently. An aftermarket exhaust modification provides more horsepower and engine performance for a reasonable price. 2. Intake Intake is another useful category to implement performance upgrades with. The greater flow you have of clean, cold air, the better your engine will perform. This is because an optimal mixture of cool dense air and fuel is essential for efficient combustion. An upgraded air intake system increases your car’s fuel economy and engine power. 3. Brakes Performance doesn’t just consist of high speed and acceleration. You should be able to brake on a dime for those tricky turns. Plus it does help to have a high powered braking system in case things go wrong, or you have to stop suddenly for something. Upgraded brake pads, discs, and brake lines all come highly recommended. 4. Suspension Driving and turning at high speeds is great when you’re drifting. However, it’s a good idea to have a solid suspension system that can absorb the full weight of your car as it’s thrown around. A good suspension contributes to handling performance and safety, as your car is less likely to roll on extreme corners. Aftermarket suspension arms, bushings, sway bars, and strut bars are worth looking into. If you have a decent-sized budget, many car enthusiasts recommend coilovers. 5. Turbochargers and Superchargers Turbochargers and superchargers are widely used in racing and drifting that require higher speeds. These performance modifications give a significant boost to engine power and efficiency by forcing more air into the combustion chamber. Turbochargers and superchargers tend to be a bit more expensive, but are well worth the upgrade. If you shop for these 5 aftermarket add-ons, you are already well on your way if you want to build a high-performance tuner out of your favorite Nissan. Aftermarket parts experts at Enjuku Racing recommend putting high-performance parts in your Nissan, even if it is an older model that you are working on for fun. Good aftermarket parts will last you the lifetime of the vehicle and provide unbelievable performance. Your Nissan deserves nothing less. Author Bio: Mike Redfield is an experienced automotive enthusiast who loves to…
Sharp and stylish Nissan 180sx kouki in red
I would like to introduce you to Alex Bhugon’s beautiful red Nissan 180sx kouki. Make & model: Nissan 180sx Model year: 1996 Engine: Sr20det Redtop Turbo: T25 Alex has built this car up entirely by himself from the silver version in the picture above into the stunning red kouki conversion you see before you. The only help Alex has taken in building his dream 180sx is from a bodyshop to apply the gorgeous red coachwork. Subtle upgrades all around help modernize the car including period correct wheels, coilover suspension, adjustable arms and full kouki aero parts. Thank you for sharing your car with us Alex! You have a pair of brand new 180sx Club stickers winging their way to you 🙂
Tough as nails Nissan 180sx Sil80 conversion
Welcome to Jon’s 1994 model year Nissan 180sx Sil80 conversion. Jon’s Sil80 has been prepared by himself to be a formidable track car. Lightweight fiberglass panels replace most of the heavy standard panels. Lexan rear window glass replacement helps reduce weight from high on the chassis. The drivetrain is powered by a fully rebuilt Sr20det redtop mated to a HKS GT-SS turbo upgrade package with supporting mods including intercooler, injectors and BLITZ Nur Spec R. The turbo is running just over 1bar and is making around 350bhp at the flywheel. The underside of the car has been refurbished with new coilover suspension from Apex Performance and adjustable arms all round. The car wears a mixture of URAS and Vertex aero, with a complete Silvia PS13 front end conversion. The wheels and tyres on the car are 18″ 9.5j Rota GTR wheels wearing TOYO rubber. The interior is fully stripped and race harnesses have been fitted to hold the driver in place during hard cornering. Jon still has lots in store for the car including a new paintjob in the future, we will keep our eyes on this tough looking racecar and hopefully bring you some updates in the future! Nissan 180sx Sil80 full specification Make & model: Nissan 180sx Sil80 conversion Model year: 1994 Engine: Sr20det Redtop Turbo: HKS GT-SS Drivetrain – Sr20det redtop – Blitz Intercooler kit – 255 L/H fuelpump – Nistune ECU – Blitz Air Filter – 3″ decat pipe – 3″ split front pipe – 3″ Blitz Nur Spec R Power rated at circa 350bhp @ 1.2 bar Wheels & tyres – 5 Stud hub conversion – Wheels Rota GTR 18″ 9.5j et: +12 – Tyres TOYO 215/45/18 Suspension – APEX Performance ‘comfy’ coilovers – Front tower brace – Rear tower brace – Adjustable toe, camber and all arms – OEM LSD Bodywork – Complete Silvia PS13 front end conversion – URAS front bumper – Vertex side skirts – Vertex rear bumper – URAS style bonnet vent – Overfenders – Fiberglass tailgate with lexan window
A smart silver Nissan 180sx Sil80 conversion
I would like to share with you David Ortega Olesen’s beautifully built Nissan 180sx Sil80 conversion. David hails from Denmark and put this car together himself. David is a serious s13 chassis fan with a history of over ten previous s13’s he also currently has a dedicated 180sx drift car that I would love to share with you. This Sil80 is David’s street legal car and so the focus of the build was on daily usability and engine response – no crazy turbos or engine swaps. Power is upped circa 30bhp over standard while aero upgrades update the look of the car, wheels and suspension tighten up the handling. Nissan 180sx Sil80 full specification Make & model: Nissan 180sx Sil80 conversion Model year: 1993 Engine: Sr20det Redtop Turbo: T25 Drivetrain – Sr20det redtop – Blitz Intercooler kit – Greddy Hardpipe intercooler pipes – D1 spec Radiator cap – Driftworks Oil cap – 255 L/H fuelpump – HKS Fuelcut defender – HKS Airfilterkit – 2.5″ decat pipe – 2.5″ front pipe – 3″ Hyper Medallion catback exhaust Power rated at circa 230bhp @ 0.5 bar Wheels & tyres – Wheels Tenzo DC-5 painted Black in 17″ – Tyres Continental Sport Contact 5i 205/40/17 Suspension – Ride height lowered aprox 55 mm – Cusco adjustable front top Bearing mounts – Uras justerbar tension rods – RS-R strutbrace front – APEX strutbrace rear – LSD Bodywork – Complete Silvia PS13 front end conversion – URAS Monkey Magic bodykit – HID “Crystal” rear lights – Carbon wing on custom mounts – SPARCO / SABELT 4 point seatbelt – SPARCO Sprint Seat – MOMO race steeringwheel – Snap on key – Drift button handbrake – Battery mounted in car Thank you David for sharing your Sil80 with us! If you like this car or want to ask David anything about the build please feel free to drop a comment below!
SR20DET Oil Change Guide
Hey guys here is a step by step idiot’s guide to performing an oil and filter change on the Nissan Sr20det engine. I did this example on my 1994 JDMs13 180sx. Suitable applications for this guide: Nissan 180sx (jdm s13) Nissan 200sx (s14) It is recommended to change out the oil in your SR20DET every 5,000 miles or so. Less, if you are regularly tracking your car. Don’t understand oil? Then check out Motorverso’s oil guide. Disclaimer Please note that following this guide is entirely at your own risk. The 180sx Club is not responsible for any personal injury to you or to a third party and neither is it responsible for any damage done to your vehicle while attempting to follow this guide. The 180sx Club provide these workshop guides for experienced mechanics to use, if you are not confident that you have the correct skills then please take your vehicle to your favourite professional garage to complete the work. What will you need? Socket set Genuine Nissan Sr20det replacement oil filter 4/5 litres of fully synthetic oil of your choice (I went for Halfords 5w-50 fully synth) Some kind of oil collector (I bought a £5 Halfords can) Oil filter removal tool Trolley jack Instructions – Jack your car up from the front I drove onto bricks as my bumper is too low, and I used the big crossmember behind the engine to use as a jacking point. – Undo the sump plug and put the oil collector below where it spills to catch your used oil The Sr20det sump plug bolt is 14mm, be carefully not to thread this when you undo it as it will cause you some problems if you do! – Drain your engine of all of its used oil Consider jacking it down to get every last bit out of the engine – Refit your sump plug Do it up tight but do not over tight. Be careful not to thread! – Remove the oil filter The oil filter is located directly underneath the inlet manifold. This is very hard to get access so use the oil filter removal tool that you purchased from Halfords or borrowed from your mate. Use the tool attached to a strong ratchet as pictured below and unscrew the oil filter. All you need to do is break the seal and then you can unscrew it by hand. Make sure a tray or something is underneath the oil filter on the ground so you’don’t stain your friends driveway like I did. – Attach your new oil filter This is very straight-forward just smear some fresh oil over the connecting face of the filter and then screw it into place on the side of the block. Do it up hand tight but no more. – Unscrew the oil cap on the rocker cover and put in approx 3 litres of the new oil into the engine. Let this settle and take at least 3 readings of the level from…