No is the easiest answer. As well as the turbo you would have to uprate the con rods, crank shaft, ECU, fuel pump, fuel lines injectors, fuel rail etc etc etc. it would be easier to drop a turbo engine in and uprate the suspension. I think you might also need to look at the diff too. Maybe just sell you 944 n/a and buy a turbo.
Yes upgrading to a turbo from an n/a will cost you more than selling the n/a and buying a turbo. The gearing in the transmission needs to be changed, the ring and pinion gear also need to be changed (the n/a had a much weaker ring and pinion) The turbo also had a transmission cooler.
Yes, you can turbo anything.
probably a BOP turbo 350 tranny.
83.8 = 83 8/10 = 83 4/5
The fuel pump is located at the fuel tank. To access it you need to remove a metal cover containing the fuel tank and pump.
Just put 83
You put 83 over 100, the percent you want to know, then you put 813 across from it on the bottom, with a line over it and a blank over 813. Then you cross multiply and then divide. So you multiply 83 times 813 and divide by 100 and that is your answer.
It is located behind the passenger side front kick panel above the ecu
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.
some could have aftermarket and some are turbo models
1 centimeter = 10 millimeters83 millimeters x 1 centimeter/10 millimeter= 8.3 centimeters
Krypton is a non metal element. Atomic mass of it is 83.
Slowly and carefully with a good understanding of a tape measure. I have an 83 Toyota with a 350/turbo 350 combo that will hurt a camaro and still get 20 mpg.Please go slow and measure measure measure.Speedway has a greta aluminum rad that fits the frame nice.
You go 1+57-83÷41x95 and then you have the answer. : )
Just put 83
14.11 To solve this, simply put 17/0.83 in a calculator ^^
83 out of 100 is the same as 83%
1, -1, 83, -83
There is an infinite number of possible answers. If you have 83, 83, 83, etc. the mean is 83. If you have 82, 83, and 84, the mean is 83.
83% as expressed as a decimal is .83 since 83% = 83/100 = .83 Multiply the decimal by the number in question to get your answer. .83 * 240 = 199.2
The maf sensor is one of those cases that has got key distinction that is going to involve trained tending to on