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OldSkoolr 02-11-16 20:17

A few question
 
Hi all
Just got a few questions regarding a N\A build. Wanting do do something a little different. Not chasing any crazy number so sticking with a N/A build.
Was wondering what cams would suit a build like this. I know there are "many threads" out there, but there are no recent ones, as wade cams have now shut shop. The only ones out there atm are Crow cams 503NA. What are people's thoughts on them?
Another question i have is what bigger injectors can i use on a standard fuel rail?

And finally, will you have to go DOHC if you wanted to add a stroker kit? and does it only suit a turbo build?

ZOO222 03-11-16 19:47

You can use factory turbo injectors or factory nissan GTR injectors which should be plenty enough for an N/A setup. A cam, a nice set of extractors and a good cold air intake would be your best bang for buck on an N/A setup

bachig24u 06-11-16 10:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by OldSkoolr (Post 3072193)
Hi all
Just got a few questions regarding a N\A build. Wanting do do something a little different. Not chasing any crazy number so sticking with a N/A build.
Was wondering what cams would suit a build like this. I know there are "many threads" out there, but there are no recent ones, as wade cams have now shut shop. The only ones out there atm are Crow cams 503NA. What are people's thoughts on them?
Another question i have is what bigger injectors can i use on a standard fuel rail?

And finally, will you have to go DOHC if you wanted to add a stroker kit? and does it only suit a turbo build?

If you go with a stroker kit, ask Brad from Spool. He does the cranks and pistons to suit.
I don't think it would need a twin cam head, just the right piston pin height as the stroker crank adds
about 4mm to the stroke which will push a piston at stock height around 3mm over the deck which would smash the head on first rotation.
Brad's done all the numbers and measurements so the only variable is how far your head and
deck have been shaved which can measured once you remove the SOHC head.


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