2.6L RB26DETT O5U block, converted to a big single.
Engine was built by Saint John Engine Rebuilders, including a forged bottom end comprised of Manley rods, CP pistons (stock 86mm bore), Supertec Spline Oil Drive, Manley Titanium valve train, Tomei PonCam B, Tomei Oil Baffle, Tomei Oil Restrictor, ported oil returns in head and block, port and polished exhaust on the head, ARP Head Studs and a ATI harmonic balancer.
Turbo setup is a Precision PT6266 Journal Bearing turbo (rebuilt by Precision Turbo less than a year ago). Precision 46mm wastegate, CX Racing single turbo high mount exhaust manifold and 3″ straight Vband exhausting with an Apexi Muffler. Also running dual Blitz BOV and a Haltech electronic boost controller and idle air control valve. The manifold, downpipe and turbo housing was ceramic coated with Cerakote C-102 graphite black this year as well.
Engine uses N1 oil pump with Supertec spline driven gears, OEM Water pump, Kevlar timing belt with ARP timing stud and new OEM pullies. Clutch is an Exedy Hyper Twin with fairly new plates and a one piece aluminum driveshaft. Fuel set up comprised of ID2000cc injectors into a radium rail controlled with an AEM regulator and fed by a twin pump radium surge tank with all stainless lines.
Other notable engine bay things are lots of custom power coating, 4″ velocity stack, Godspeed 3″ aluminum radiator, custom water/vacuum lines, Haltech Idle Control, GM LQ9 ignition, Focused Motorsports Ignition Mount.
Inside the car, carpet has been stripped and everything has been resurfaced with bed liner, which has been awesome! Running a pair of Sparco Sprinter V seats, a 6-point roll cage, no rear seats, and a custom switch panel. Innovative boost and wideband gauges, and switch panel ignition and push button start. Nismo short shift, and Nismo knob. Sparco offset 350mm wheel. Led gauge conversions.
I will also throw in all of my spare parts, interior pieces, methanol injection kit, spare transmission etc.
Location: Louisville, Kentucky, United States
See listing for this 1980 Nissan GT R – fully built from April 4, 2018