Most Nissan to Nissan swaps can simply adjust the tachometer to compensate. I don't think the reverse lights work. Is there anything wrong with your current engine? When you're done, the engine should be nothing but the block and heads. Some models were also equipped without catalytic converters. The rear suspension has a swapped J30 multi-link rear suspension with Stance Super Sport coilovers and the stock viscous lsd. The stock alarm has been unplugged but should still work.
My previous truck was powered by the same engine with alot of nitrous and it was a blast. The Z31 continued selling until 1989, more than any other at the time. The speakers were replaced with aftermarket units but I can't remember the brand. Cale answered 6 years ago you can fit a wide range of engines into your 300, the biggest issue is cost, what are you willing to spend and what do you want in the end? I'm going back about 4 years on my memory though. Keep this thread going i'm willing to make a move on doing this cause this car isn't doing it for me.
Good luck, but i am going to be honest, you might be able to get the motor to fit and everything, but i don't think you will be able to fit exhaust manifolds on. The overall height intially will be greater because you must cut one end of the tube up the corners about 3 inches and bend them up, then when you get it where you want it you can bend these tabs down and weld them in place ill try to get some pictures of this sense it is pretty confusing and hard to explane. The transmission is a whole different story as the tunnel will need to be cut and raised which I am also not willing to do to the car. That's the main reason i want to do the swap. .
Good luck, because im really curious. It is done this way for clearance of the turbo. Why pay a local shop who has no experience with these conversions more when you can have the experts that make the kit do it for you? Be ready to buy new hoses, clamps, and plastic connectors for vacuum hoses in particular. I know we can make it fit, I just don't want to be hacking up my engine bay to accomplish that. Car is on jack stands, I have s tall engine hoist. The pump slows down at higher speeds for better highway feel but a switch allows it run full out for autocross events.
I'll admit to not taking the best care of the paint so it could definitely benefit from a clay bar and some wax. Any snags you guys can let me know about? Please make sure you have prepared for this as each install is different. The power lumbar and movement controls still work great, and are some of the most comfortable seats you can find from the 80s. On the twin turbo models, was available under the name High Capacity Actively Controlled Steering. I plan on using a toyota R154 transmission, since i have one lying around. Why I'm Selling: Honestly, I'm just not into the car scene as much as I once was and I don't like the idea of her sitting around collecting dust.
Each vehicle was numbered in the engine bay and interior. When you're finished, the engine should be nothing buy the block and heads. Other than the left front fender I believe all of the body panels are original and the frame is straight and undamaged. Rob I can't explain how nice that would be. The first thing you must do after you pull the nissan engine is cut out the old engine mounts. No options were available for the Shiro. Chances are we can do it! Looking for the best in aesthetics, weight savings and reliability out of your harness? I think if he is going to get it to fit, the exhaust manifolds will have to be custom.
I think it will fit, but you'll most likely have to do engine first and then trans from underneath. With our optimized and 'tucked' approach the end result will be a clean and worry free installation with a guaranteed start up. The current configuration consists of a modified Moroso 3 stage pump, modified E-Bay drysump tank, remote oil filter mount, modified crank pulley and custom crank pulley adapter, and a custom aluminum dry sump pan. First off, I have decided against producing my swap kit for various reasons. Alf missed that and the 307 not much better in his list. Look for common cracks found in the manifolds. It was also done in mid May, in the middle of a Texas heat wave.
The engine is controlled by the stock Q45 ecu which has been socketed and chipped. Here is a shot of the clearance on my sbc. The stock alarm has been unplugged but should still work. The biggest triumph for the Z32 racecar was the victory in the 1994. The only leaks are the power steering pump and valve cover gaskets and those are getting replaced now.
Rob I can't explain how nice that would be. Car is on jack stands, I have s tall engine hoist. I purchased a roll of thin alluminum and bent it around the steel i was going to use for the mounts for mock up purposes. At this point i don't have another engine to put in but i want to know the degree of difficulty involved before i go ahead and buy one. If not, you'll have to cut the front hood latch support bar.