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Can a skyline engine (r32-r34) fit in an S14 240sx?
 
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yes with a little tweeking and alot of $$$$$...it's $6G's just for the RB26DETT and another $1G for the RB25det. So you can start from there.
 
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RB25det? dont all the skylines have rb26? and just out of curiosity, what about the engine off the 400r? you ever heard people sellin those?
 
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The 400R's are so hot, they don't even really hit the streets. They are sold as soon as Nissan says they have some. They have the same motor as a regular GT-R. It's just got some upgrades to the body and the motor. All the GT-R's have the Rb26dett motor with AWD, but the GTS-T's have the Rb25det which is RWD. If you want to swap the Rb26dett in the Silvia, you would need to convert it to RWD. That means swaping out the AWD tranny for the RWD tranny from the Rb25det. Then you would have to some engine mounts made, a new driveshaft, and I'm pretty sure you're gonna be running some sort of engine management system like a Haltech or something. Alot of the Japanese Tuners have all done this swap. Hell look at the HKS 180sx drag car. It's a 180sx with a RB26DETT in it pushing 1,100hp. They finally decided to brush off all the dust on that thing and bring it over to the stats to play. Last time I saw it run, it did a 7.1sec 1/4 mile run at 198mph. Scarry. Just to imagine they had it just sitting there for a few years........damn...
 
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dam that is scary. do you know the website for that 180sx? cuz this would be more of a project type thing that obviously will take time, so if i'm gonna be passin at least 170 then it's worth the wait. thanx for the other info by the way.
 

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hey, that 180sx was in gran turismo!
 
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