I have been asked by a couple of guys to put a little build thread together. I don't have a lot of pictures of it, but basically, my block is now filled with a stronger rotating assembly, topped with heads that have been ported and polished, and matched with an almost new set of SIR Stage 3+ turbos. I ran out of money to finish with a 3-pump Foreline fuel system or upgraded lines, rails, and injectors. Nor can I do clutches or any trans work this time around. Aero is also next year. I plan to go with the same setup as Kman.
Bill at SIR is going to de-tune it to around 750 WHP / 600 TQ on pump gas and will provide 2 maps - one for road racing, optimized for lots of high RPMs for extended periods of time, and another for just having fun on the street once in a while. We agreed that I wouldn't run E85 until such time the car has a proper fuel setup. But 750 should be plenty of fun on the road course. There also won't be much money left in the budget for many track events this year. I'm signed up with SCDA for July 18 and 19 Watkins Glen, so if anyone wants to get in on that action, join SCDA at www.scda1.com and sign up for one or both days.
Another interesting thing is that with this motor, my gas mileage, already at around 3.5 MPG at the track, will drop to 3 or less. That means that the car will barely manage a 25-minute session before it's out of fuel. So we will be talking about installing a big (30-40 gal) fuel cell for next year for when it starts making some REAL power. Based on the internals of the motor and the turbos, the car should make around 950 on pump gas.
Thanks to JimA and Audioenvy for their help, inspiration and some other "odds and ends, lol". Thanks to Bill for coming up with the best solution for my budget, and a special thanks to Marco at Billet Design Motorsports, who is absolutely obsessive about doing things the right way. Finally, thanks to Danny Adkin who knows this the GT-R so well that he can swap out a clutch basket in about 3 hours.
Highlights of the mod list (updated 6/22/18):
Intake and Exhaust
Titek 90mm downpipes
ETS Nissan GTR 102mm Stainless Steel Exhaust
Swain Tech White Lightening ceramic coating
GotBoost speed density conversion kit
GotBoost 4-bar MAP sensor
BoostLogic 3.5" titanium intakes
BoostLogic race intercooler
BoostLogic intercooler pipe kit
Ferrea valves, springs, shims
BoostLogic 1050X turbos upgraded with Turbosmart wastegate actuators.
GT1R CNC oil pan
Buschur Racing Pro Plus Catch Can
EGR delete and block-off
Walbro 485 LPH pressurized fuel pumps
Adkin Industries fuel basket
Aeromotive replaceable micro glass fuel filter
Fuel pump wiring upgrade
AMS fuel rail kit
FIC 1100cc Injectors
HKS DCT transmission oil cooler
Dodson 9-plate sportsman clutch kit
Suspension and Brakes
JRZ RC Pro 2-way adjustable coilovers
SPE rear camber links
SPE upper control arms
Stillen stainless brake lines
Surface Technologies carbon ceramic matrix rotors
Endless W007 carbon metallic brake pads
Racing Brake GTR-RB6L2-01 and GTR-RB4M2-01 calipers and stainless brake lines
Kansi brake cooling deflectors
Stillen active front brake cooling system
Absolute Motor Specialties brake master cyliner brace
Tires & Wheels
Pirelli PZero Corsa 335/30/20 Asymmetrico 2 rear (rain) on Volk Rays G12 20x12
Pirelli PZero Corsa 295/35/20 Asymmetrico 2 front (rain) on Volk Rays G12 20x10
Michelin Pilot Cup2 335/25/20 rear (dry) on Forgeline GA3R 20x12
Michelin Pilot Cup2 285/30/20 front (dry) on Forgeline GA3R 20x10
Kognition rear wing with Adkin Industries 15x9" end plates
Classic Livery front splitter with 18" splitter support rods
Endless 650 brake fluid
Amsoil Dominator 15W50 motor oil
Dodson GR6 trans oil
Motul 823511 Gear FF Competition 75W140 front diff oil
Fabrication and Final Assembly
Daniel Adkin, Adkin Industries
AiM SmartyCam GP HD Rev. 2.1
AiM ECU Bridge
Pictures to follow, once I get them collected. Right now, I only have 3, and they are not that impressive. If someone already has some others, feel free to post them here.
Edited by awdtt, 22 June 2018 - 05:14 AM.