convert no!!! swap yes!!! You can use the rb26dett (thats the only twin turbo the skyline has) You can not use the tranny from the rb26dett(GTR)because it is AWD the rb25det can also be used(not a twin turbo) You would have to use the sr20det tranny or the tranny from a GTS also a skyline and some different motor mounts and a drive shaft but yes it can be done.
YES, it will fit all right, what changes is the engine to turbo to non turbo but all the bolt and guides will fit perfectly
a 280zx come with either a 2.8 liter Inline 6cyl or a 2.8 liter Inline 6cyl turbo.
RB25det engine 2.5 liter Single turbo, the turbo is a T3 clone ball bearing
The 1981 Nissan 280ZX was available without a turbo (NA) and with a turbo. With the turbo Nissan only offered an automatic transmission for this year. It was the first year for the Z series to have a turbo.
The turbo off the 300z will fit on the r32, not the manifold, only the turbo.
No, not in 1980. Nissan first offered a factory turbo as an option on the 280ZX in 1981. It was available that year only with an automatic and a 2 passenger car. In 1982-83 the turbo could be purchased with 5-speed manual, auto, and in either 2 or 4 passenger versions. The L28 turbo engine can be installed in the older model Z-cars though.
A 2.0 litre RB20 straight six with optional turbo
yes but u will need to switch trannys and intakes
Skyline is definitley more powerful. It is hard to get in the US. The 200sx has a non-turbo 4 cylinder engine (stock) compared to the turboed inline six in the skyline.
No it will not bolt up.
over 100,000rpm is the turbo speed.
head torque is 55lbs for turbo
My 82 280zx turbo shows 650rpm on the decal under the hood...
yes. it has the L28e or L28et. It will fit in any of the Z's. If it's turbo and the other tranny and rear end you have are for a non-turbo then you need the turbo tranny and rear end
I do have purchased my 82 280zx Non-Turbo and would like to get all the hoses on the engine completely new. I do have some areas where the hoses are missing or have been caped. I would like to know the exact locations on where they should go. I thank you ahead for your answers. Eman
The kind of engine in a Nissan Skyline R33 is a RB25DET, Inline 6 cylinder DOHC(Double Over Head Cam) 24 valve IC turbo with an electrically controlled gasoline injection device.
It would be cheaper and easier to get a td engine and drop it in.
between 145 and 182
There is no 1986 280zx. If it's a 1986 300zx then yes, but if you don't know enough about your car to know what model it is, you probably shouldn't be turboing it.
yes. the r32 skyline gtr comes with an RB26dett motor. the d for DOHC (dual over head cam), the e for EFI (electronic fuel injection), and the tt for twin turbo.
How do you blow a engine turbo.
firewall passenger side just below the spark plugs
My 280zx 2+2 (the engine is a L28E engine.. non turbo, im assuming the same with yours) is 8 degree's BTDC. should say it on the tag of the hood.