VG30DETT is in the 90-95 Nissan 300zx. It is a v6
same place as turbo on passenger side of motor low down on side of engine block
pump and motor are up under front clip on passenger side
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the twin turbo motor is much cheper to mod than the n/a because the engine was built to take force induction from factory. so all part just bolt on and the n/a is expecive to get at lest400hp
depends on how much you are willing to spend, i would definilty consider swapping the older motor for a newer 89-92 300zx motor that already has twin turbos and are easy to work on. it you want to stay with the stock motor, you will have to first off get a custom turbo manifold, piping and intercooler.
the only thing different would the internals of the trans the turbo trans is a heavy duty trans.
its right in front of the motor one of the silver pipes... take out the rad and then take the fan off for good acsess... then pull the thermostat off.
Yes, but you will need a starter shim (unless you're also installing an NA clutch and flywheel on a TT motor) and you most likely will have to clearance the bell housing to fit the TT flywheel. Note this is for 1990-2000, not the older generation.
Yes, it is only the pistons that are different to provide a different compression ratio (higher in the NA). Be careful when bolting turbos to an NA motor.
1985 - 1988 Nissan Maxima is the only other Nissan model with power window motors that will fit a 1986 300ZX.
V6 turbo is better
location of engine # on 90 Nissan 300zxthe engine number is located under the hood on the passenger side on a label if you are trying to see if you vehicle is turbo or not the engine family letter will be a T for turbo and I forget the exact letter but maybe a D if not (of course there are numbers also in this engine family number but the letter determines turbo or non as long as the hood is original to car and motor) per Nissan dealership I called and asked!!!! Hope this helps
under passenger side
I know for sure that it is also in the maxima
Drivers side of the car it is located in the center of the motor.
you have to remove the motor and it still a painfull time consuming job
under the passenger side dash beside the heater fan
do you mean a turbo? if i were you i woulg have it professionally installed
Horsepower TV - 2006 Building a Better Turbo Motor was released on: USA: October 2008
no it cant be done,they are totally different from each other.
First look at the manufacturing date on the rear of the driver's door; example 7/87 you need that to follow the motor swap. Turbo Before 4/87 1984-1986 Turbo After 5/87 1987-1989 Turbo NoN-Turbo Before 3/87 1984-1987 Non Turbo NoN-Turbo After 4/87 1987-1989 Non Turbo
no, not at all. the newer VQ engines are rumored to fit, but you have a lot of work to do with the ECU and engine management when you do that. Best/easiest bet is to turbo that ka24de.