280 for the automatic and 300 for the Manuel
Non turbo, 160 HP
no power to starter on Nissan 300zx twin turbo
on the internet it says the N/A has 160 and the turbo has 200
Last time I checked I remember that it was about 340 horsepower.
For the 1990 to 1996 300zx model years:1. 300 horsepower for the twin turbo model2. 222 horsepower for the naturally aspirated model
The stock 300zx turbo came with 200 horsepower from the factory. The non turbo only had 180. -Haynes
The replacement coil part#s are the same, from the store... so yes.
non-turbo: 160 turbo: 185
Purchase a Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo by looking through local classified ads. The local paper, Craigslist and Auto Trader are good places to find a Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo. Also, visit your local car dealerships.
I think it has 222hp for the non turbo.
if the turbo isn't working its blown. dummy.
It depends on the year. The 1990-99 NA has 222HP, the TT has 280HP on an automatic while the manuel gets 300HP. The previous years are a lot weaker. The 300ZX Turbo made before 1990 has less horsepower than a Naturally Aspirated 300ZX 1990+
you stick it in and it works the same.
put on a turbo
I had an 84 turbo that I had up to 145.
n/a 160, turbo 200
300zx from 84 - 88 are z31
Yes you can, however it is only a minimal difference in performance and is very costly! I used to own a non turbo 1984 2+2, and it was a less than 10% add'l horsepower.