you can if you are talking about a complete engine change. If you are talking about bolting a turbo up to a non turbo I would'NT suggest it. Turbo's have a lower compression ratio, which means stronger pistons and connecting rods are required. It might be possible if the engine was brand new but I still would not suggest it. By the time you got the turbo and the exhaust manifold it requires for turbo to bolt to among other things like a new ecm, detonation sensor, boost sensor, gauge for the dash, etc, etc, you could go to a junk yard and find a turbo engine with everything all ready there for alot less.
put on a turbo
I think it has 222hp for the non turbo.
VG30DETT is Twin Turbo VG30DE Non turbo
non-turbo: 160 turbo: 185
my 1993 twin turbo 300zx originally retailed for 55k brand new. my 1991 non turbo retailed for 38k
The stock 300zx turbo came with 200 horsepower from the factory. The non turbo only had 180. -Haynes
If they are both non-turbo or turbo, (meaning 4 or 5 lug) than it should work.
The replacement coil part#s are the same, from the store... so yes.
buy a turbo z. cheaper/easier/less headache.
the only thing different would the internals of the trans the turbo trans is a heavy duty trans.
next to the transmission
It doesn't have timing..
Non turbo, 160 HP
fit a twin turbo engine
Yes the engines are exactly the same if they are of the same year
i can't find the iat sensor for my 1987 nissan 300zx non turbo
look up 300zx manual on net it has all specs.