0-60 time for 350z single turbo?
In Nissan 350Z
depends on the turbo you use and in the psi you want. With a gt35 @ 7 psi you can have aprox 4 sec, and in the 1/4 of mile like 13 sec
8 people found this useful
The only thing that the computer can do to affect the cars running is the capacitor meltdown. Bought a 1993 1.8 and the ECU was toast. That is all, otherwise it's all mechanical.
Answer . \ncheck the dsm tuners web site or buy a manual the talons are interferance engines if you do it wrong the valves will contact the pistons this is abig job that should be done by somebody with experience
I just had to do this in order to replace my water pump. If you're not mechanically inclined I'd strongly suggest you have someone certified set the timing. Since then my 91 talon revs up and down as long as it's running. I just bought an Idle Control Valve. I hope this will fix the surging. There… are notches, or timing marks located on the sprockets that have to be accurately lined up in order to set the timing. hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
The Toyota Supra MKIV Turbo's 0-60mph time is; Japanese Turbo model= 5.1 seconds. US Turbo model= 4.6 seconds.
Answer . I don't know why you would want to because the vg30dett is a better engine anyways, but no, not without some Major modifications, plus a new transmission, drive shaft and rear differential.
ford 2.3 turbo timing . Well base timing is 10*. but you make sure you check it with the SPOUT out(its the little plug about 6 inches down from the dist. on the same wiring loom.make sure that before you start it that the mark on the crank is at the 0* mark and the cam pulley is at the middle mar…k on the plastic shroud (at about the 5 o'clock position) and the rotor in side the dist is pointing to the number 1 spark plug wire (from driver side its the bottom right) for a reference turboford.org and murkurencyclopedia are priceless tools of info. hope that helps some .Branson. ( Full Answer )
it is located on the front of the engine. crawl under the tuck on the passenger side and look up. you should see the big pulley and at the top passenger side is a metal piece that stick out. And right above it is the nut that holds it on the nut size is 10mm.
5.3 seconds is the normal 0-60 mph time. I have seen a 5.2 quoted as well. This is with the manual transmission. The stock automatic is slower.
5 C's of Credit refer to the factors that lenders of money evaluate to determine credit worthiness of a borrower. They are the following:. 1. Borrower's CHARACTER. 2. Borrower's CAPACITY to repay the loan. 3. COLLATERAL or security/guarantee for the obligation. 4. Borrower's CAPITAL (business ne…tworth) or downpayment for the loan. 5. Present and anticipated CONDITIONS of the borrower, collateral, business, and the industry or economy in general ( Full Answer )
best way to go to parts store and buy a chilton repair manual $20 and it will walk you right through it
The Nissan 350Z 287 horsepower is the automatic variant of theNissan 350Z. It reaches a quarter mile time of 13.6 seconds at 100miles per hour.
ADJUSTING THE TIME. Adjust the time in the following steps:. 1. Turn the audio unit on.. 2. Switch the display to the clock adjusting. mode.. Type A (Audio without cassette player):. Keep pressing the DISP (Clock) button A . until the clock display starts to flash.. Type B (Audio with casse…tte player):. Press the RPT button B until the clock. display starts to flash.. 3. Press the SEEK/TRACK button C ( ,. ) to adjust the hour. Press the TUNE. button D ( , ) to adjust the. minute. Pressing the or side will. advance the time and the or side. will turn back the time.. 4. Press the DISP button A (Type A) or RPT. button B (Type B) to finish the adjustment.. Resetting. During the clock adjustment mode, pressing the. DISP A and TUNE D buttons will reset the. time to a time signal.. For example, if these buttons are pressed while. the time is between 8:00 and 8:29, the display. will be reset to 8:00. If pressed while it is. between 8:30 and 8:59, the display will be reset. to 9:00. At the same time the display will return. to the previous audio mode. ( Full Answer )
Replace the belt every 60,000 miles. This is an Interferance engine! If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur.
Around 5.3 secs. However the manual version is much faster for this year since it featured a 300hp version of the vg35de while the auto got a 287hp version.
Edmunds.com did a review available here : http://www.edmunds.com/nissan/350z/2008/testdrive.html They claimed that the 2008 reached 103+ MPH, and 13.7s for the quarter mile. This of course was on the 6 speed manual transmission.
Volkswagen makes a variant of the Golf called the Golf GT which is only for sale in Europe that has what the company calls a Twincharger. The twin charger is a supercharger and a turbocharger mated to the same engine, in this case a 1.4l 4 cylinder. So, yes it is possible but to my knowledge Volkswa…gen is the only manufacturer who has done it. The Nissan March was also twin charged way before the golf I believe having a 998cc engine with a turbo and supercharger mated to it. ( Full Answer )
Timing belt changing is not part of routine maintenance for avehicle, including an Astra GSI Turbo. A timing belt is to be leftalone unless a problem arises with the timing in the engine.
if you have automatic 350z and you know how to take off in it you should do about 5.8-6.0 sec to 0-100 about 13 or so.
You would need supporting mods for the increase in power. first thing would be fuel control. you would need some kind of air/fuel ratio controller during different rpms. obviously there will need to be an increase in fuel entering the motor under boost Second, you would need some monitoring equipm…ent to make sure your motor doesn't blow up. Gauges: Boost (self explanatory) Wide band- use Oxygen sensor's voltage reading to determine your AFR(to see if your running too lean or too rich during different rpm ranges) EGT (exhaust gas temp- for best monitoring you would actually need two gauges. one for each bank, or one for each side of the motor.) you also some way to monitor knock in the motor with some sort of logger. you might also need a LSD in the rear end if you don't have one. Your best bet would be to join a good 350z forum. That is only some of the things you would need, just to give you an idea. there will be tons of information on there as well as people who have done the conversion and can give you advice. Good Luck. There is nothing like Twin T's ( Full Answer )
If you are running at sea level with a manual 350z you may have about 15.2s and 15.5 with a automatic. maybe you can have 13s with little mods like the basics bolt-ons; like intake, headers, exhaust, slenum spacers, and some ecu tuning.
The 0 to 60 mile per hour rating of a Honda CBR600RR is 3.4seconds. It is rating in the quarter mile in 11.1 seconds.
"The Twist," by Chubby Checker Not bad... but how about " I Left My Heart in San Francisco?"
The 350Z uses 3 chains , No timing belt. Most nissans use a chain .
Diesel engines normally do not have timing marks.Depending upon the age of your vehicle,the crankshaft is sometimes locked in position at 6.00 o clock,that's underneath.There is a plate normally held with bolts,behind it you may find a pointer,if so there is also a mark on the flywheel which should …be positioned to the pin.The fuel pump needs a pin to locate and secure it,there is also a timing mark on it normally at 12 00 o clock position,the mark must be exactly in line when belt fitted,any deviation at all the engine will not run correctly. Finally, the camshaft is either set in the correct position by taking off the vacuum pump and locating a special key to lock in place the camshaft,or the rocker cover is removed and a DTI is used to position the camshaft lobe in the correct position. This type of work is for an EXPERT, do not attempt it without the correct tools,if you are not confident, leave it to an entrusted professional.. Please note what I have said, Diesel Engines Do Not Normally have Timing Marks, this is very dependant upon the age of your engine ( Full Answer )
Automatic Zero to 60 mph: 4.6 sec Standing Â¼-mile: 13.1 sec @ 108 mph Manual Zero to 60 mph: 4.8 sec Standing Â¼-mile: 13.4 sec @ 107 mph
yes but if i were u i would not do it at the same time because more than likely it will blow but yes u can have twins and a supercharger in the same car
The Iphone 5C is Iphone 5Colorful 5c can also stand for thenumber 500 ("c" is the Roman numeral for 100) or for 5 degreesCelsius (centigrade) . +++ . "5c" can not stand for any Roman numerals forthree reasons. For a start you do not mix Arabic and Roman numeralslike that - it would be nonsensica…l. Secondly, the Roman for 100 is capital " C ", but thirdly, in the Romanscale, 5 is V, 50 is L and 500 is D. The ' C ' isalso capital for degrees Celsius / Centigrade. ( Full Answer )
I own a 2002 New Turbo beetle, and have been told the timing chain is very loose. it has 80,000 on it and seems to run fine...
here is my technique for setting the timing on the first try. no one tooth off and hope it works crap! do it right the first time. you will however have to reset the tension(very important) a few times to get it right. once all your gears and crank sprocket are in the right place(with cam lockers,bo…lts,ect...) 1. zip tie the timing belt on the front most cam gear(front head exhaust cam) at about 9-10 oclock as if it were a watch dial. 2. feed the belt thru the hydrolic tensioner and crank sprocket. 3. feed the tb up thru the tensioner pullys and up over the rear cam gear. this is where you have to watch the timing marks(dots & arrows) and even though the gears are set with lockers you can turn them slightly with a 17mm wrench. if the lobe on the tb looks like it is past its notch then make it go into the next one with a SLIGHT turn of the gear. lock the tb on the 4th cam gear(rear head exhaust cam) at 1-2 oclock with another zip tie. zip tie the 3rd cam at 9-10 oclock. marks should still be in place. 4. finish feeding the belt thru the water pump. keep it tight! pull it up to the 2nd cam gear(front head intake cam). cut the first zip tie while keeping tension on the belt with you left hand use your right to pull the tb over the front 2 cam gears, and if the lobe goes past its notch, AT ALL, make it go into the next with the 17mm. zip tie the tb at the first cam gear, in the same place as the first zip tie, you just cut off. 5. your still holding the belt from turning the crank sprocket with you left hand right? good. you can now turn the tensioner pully to take up the slack in the belt. tighten the set bolt(42lbs) we will set for good in a few more steps. 6. make sure all marks are still lined up, if so cut the zip ties, remove the lockers, adjust hydrolic tensioner so pin can still move in and out, don't remove it yet! 7. crank the crank pully clockwise and watch your timing marks go around to the tdc marks 2 times, check the pin can it still move freely. if not, re-set the tension. this part takes about 3-4 tries to figure out that when you set the bolt to the 42 ft lbs it tightens the belt a hair(thus tighning the pin. it can be snug on the tight but you should be able to wiggle the pin in and out a bit). once you get this far, with the pin still moving, wait an hour, crank it around one timing revolution and re-check everything. 8. does the pin still move freely(tight side of freely, not to tight!)? good, pull it out your done! never re-use a hydrolic tensioner with more than 30k miles! i never would use a used one at all myself. if you done have the timing belt tensioner setting tool you cvan use some needle nose plyers that have a 90 degree bend. they have them at most auto parts stores. ive heard of others using a fork with a few tongs bent/cut off. hope i helped you! Jason ( Full Answer )
A turbocharger uses spent (wasted) exhaust energy to spin a compressor wheel, which forces more air into the combustion chamber in a process called forced induction. The process of FI allows a smaller displacement engine to maintain some semblance of fuel economy while still achieving a level of per…formance normally reserved for higher displacement engines. The two liter turbo of the 2nd generation (95-99) Eclipse/Talon was capable of 210hp, which is more than some v6s of the day, and the same maximum output of the 3 liter v6 that replaced it in 2000. Popular applications usually involve engines smaller than 2 liters because of displacement based taxes in Europe and Asia, although some larger engines are also fitted with a turbocharger (the Subaru WRX and WRX STI being extremely popular examples). ( Full Answer )
Depending on the year, it could be in a number of places. In 2003-2007 350z it was in top left of the three circular instrument gauges above where the navigation would be.
A stock 350z is not turbocharged. It is an N/A, 3.5L v6. . in 2007, the motors featured dual ram air intakes. You can turbocharge these motors, but they do not come stock turbo charged.
Depends on how many pounds of boost you set it to, but 500-620 ifyou dont destroy the stock internals lol.
Anything can be done, I haven't seen any single kits for that body. You Would probably have to get a custom cover over pipe made to run a single. From engine bay pics., I think you would have to relocate the coolant expansion tank and position the single turbo in that area. Since their was a turbo v…ersion, you should have any problems find the other pieces( computer, sensors, etc.). ( Full Answer )
Because of the customization and new turbo technology, timers,housings, wheels, boost controllers, I personally would only doturboes. They are more effiecient, easier to modify boost/up gradeand are better on fuel economy.
Alex is dating Lisa Jack is dating no one Rian is dating Cassadee and Zack is dating Katie
I own on of those fishing poles and on the other side of my reels it is stamped "Montgomery ward co. CHICAGO ". I hope that this was helpful to you.
A turbo is a type of forced induction that forces air in to the intake manifold to increase power. There are two "halfs" to a turbo a turbine side and a compressor side. the exhaust side bolts to the exhaust manifold on a car and the exhaust spins a turbine. The compressor side pulls in and compress…ess air forcing it in to the intake manifold of the car. It does this by the turbine wheel spinning a shft that it is conected to, on the other side of the shaft is the compressor wheel which is spinning to pull in air. ( Full Answer )
take it to the dealer and pay them. its too hard for the average joe to do at home.
to select a single line at a time you have to press "shift+right move key(-->)"
Because of the advancements in turbo technology, A turbo system iswhat I would recommend. It is more flexible, easier to upgradelater and more efficient than a supercharger. Depending on how bigyou go, it could give you better low/mid range torque for a widerpowerband.
Yes it does have a timing belt. The timing belt is at the top front of the engine under the diagonal cover. The timing belt runs from the cam sprocket to the injector pump sprocket.
Since it is turbocharged aready, main modifications are to the exhaust, You will need another or new exhaust manifolds(depend on current setup I4,V6,V8). Will also need another wastegate, oil lines for 2nd turbo. Another intake, tube, filter, down pipe, and either a 2 into 1 pipe to connect to your …current intercooler or replace with twin intercoolers. If your increasing the boost level, bigger injectors might be needed. ( Full Answer )
The first use of a turbocharger was during World War 1. In 1918, General Electric decided to add the turbocharger to the V12 Liberty aircraft. They found that powerloss was minimized because of the turbocharger.
A turbo charge is an extra force of energy that is sent through to the engine for extra power. The first company to use the turbo charge was in 1918 when General Electric used the turbo charge on the V12 Liberty aircraft.
it defend on any situation. if you run out of oil that lubricates the bearing rotating at 100,000 rpm it will cause trouble to your new turbo charger.proper maintenance will make it last for long time. removing carbon deposits from impeller maintaining proper dynamic balance of the rotor.
5cc? cc means cubic centimetres which is equal to ml, so 5ml. if you mean cl, then that is equal to 50ml
It's generally agreed that twin turbos spool quicker (less turbo lag) with more low end power. Single turbos usually have better performance in the upper half of the RPM range i.e. drag racing, but twin turbos are also usually smoother i.e. city driving. Twin turbos also generally larger and take up… more space than a single turbo. Designed and implemented properly, they have comparable power. ( Full Answer )
To start timing on the 2C Turbo diesel engine, you will have tolocate or distinguish camshaft timing marks.
There is currently no way to adjust the snooze time. You need todownload an alarm clock of the App Store.