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About LIMIT_TECH_CAR_SHOP

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  • Birthday 04/27/1984

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  • Location
    Australia VIC
  • Gender
    Male
  • Car Type
    Nissan Skyline
  1. Daken - Hit and Run - Video of it running. Flames and stuff.

    Looking good With slight tweaks of Kansai Bosozoku styling Holla if you want some 6666 aero
  2. 600hp rated ca18det engine rebuild kit

    Yes they are still available
  3. *STAGEDRIFT PARTS LIST*

    Yes thats correct. With supporting mods it will make over 300rwks
  4. *STAGEDRIFT PARTS LIST*

    Sold sorry
  5. *STAGEDRIFT PARTS LIST*

    Forged engine rebuild kits for SR20 and CA18 SR20 Kit includes: +Mahle Forged race pistons 20 thou or 40 thou over sized. (Please inform us upon ordering which size you require) +Blueprint motorsport H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 rod bolts +Cometic Multi layer stainless steel head gasket +King pro series big end bearings +King pro series main bearings $1799 CA18 Kit includes: +Mahle Forged race pistons 20 thou or 40 thou over sized. (Please inform us upon ordering which size you require) +Blueprint motorsports H beam rods fully prepped with ARP rod bolts +Gates performance timing belt +Cometic race series Multi layer stainless steel head gasket +King pro series big end bearings +King pro series main bearings $1799 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Forged CA18det swap over engine package Package includes: +Mahle Forged race pistons 20 thou or 40 thou over sized. (Please inform us upon ordering which size you require) +Blueprint motorsport H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 rod bolts +Gates performance timing belt +Cometic MLS Head gasket +Nissan oil pump +Nissan front and rear main seals +Nissan water pump +King pro series big end bearings +King pro series main bearings Machining includes: Block stripped down, hot washed and checked Block resurfaced Block bored and honed Crank shaft crack tested Crank shaft grind Cylinder line bore Balance rotating assembly includes: Balanced Crank shaft Balanced Pistons Balanced Connecting rods Balanced Clutch and pressure plate, flywheel and harmonic balancer (If supplied) **Special introductory offer only to NS.com members** $3799 with cylinder head work bellow included ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Race ported ca18 cylinder head Comes complete with reseated and leak tested standard Nissan valves and springs, cut valve guides, full intake and exhaust port job, reface and assembly. **These swap over cylinder heads do not come with Cam shafts or lifters** After market Cam shafts and lifters can be supplied and installed to order/ $699 with your cylinder head swap over (Conditions apply) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Blueprint motorsport items +4G63 H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 bolts $500 with free Australia wide postage +CA18 H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 bolts $500 with free Australia wide postage +SR20 H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 bolts $500 with free Australia wide postage +RB25 H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 bolts $750 with free Australia wide postage +RB26 H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 bolts $750 with free Australia wide postage +RB30 H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 bolts $750 with free Australia wide postage More items coming soon.... Payment options ~BANK DEPOSIT ~PAYPAL RB ENGINE SWAP OVERS AND MORE ITEMS UP SHORTLY.........
  6. *STAGEDRIFT PARTS LIST*

    Kits are still available Thank you for you interest
  7. finks new street onevia i have sold it

    Totally agree Second that!
  8. Vicdrift Members Day Pics 20.12.08

    LOL, yeah you should sign up the car to frequent flyer points neil! thanks for offering to give us a ride though, next time!
  9. Vicdrift Members Day Pics 20.12.08

    Good day! Great weather!!
  10. CA LOVERS!

    Anyone see any difference between the euro head here? http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=qi1qq02JMhs
  11. CA LOVERS!

    what the? thats how "guru's" spread the hype Until the day that someone can produce actual flow data showing that the standard 4 does flow more air, im not sold. The belief is that the ports are larger on the 4, but the 8 actually has a larger cross sectional area at the flange... anyhow, its not size that dictates flow, which is the initial belief as to why its automatically better. proof is proof and there is none. I am sure I have seen bench data somewhere... but it wasn't anything substantial over the eight... I wouldnt have posted unless... I will see if I can find the info... Edit: Proof is proof, and I have none.... yet..... but not to worry I have a plan.... Thats right meminto in flow bench testing the difference is not that great but... Its more the efficiency of the fuel vapour burning evenly over the whole piston surface area (like sr's) not just one side as commonly seen with the 8 port. And as for the "Hype" its nothing new Excellent, so you have a copy of the bench analysis? I searched and searched, forums, my old archives, favourites and all but I could not find anything. Difference in flow rates aside, would it not be the actual postion of the injector in the euro head compared to the jdm head that provides the most improvement? Can you please post up the actual data for both heads so everyone can see the comparison and there is no more hearsay? Cheers... I'll see if i can find the copy And yes the injector position is the key factor
  12. CA LOVERS!

    what the? thats how "guru's" spread the hype Until the day that someone can produce actual flow data showing that the standard 4 does flow more air, im not sold. The belief is that the ports are larger on the 4, but the 8 actually has a larger cross sectional area at the flange... anyhow, its not size that dictates flow, which is the initial belief as to why its automatically better. proof is proof and there is none. I am sure I have seen bench data somewhere... but it wasn't anything substantial over the eight... I wouldnt have posted unless... I will see if I can find the info... Edit: Proof is proof, and I have none.... yet..... but not to worry I have a plan.... Thats right meminto in flow bench testing the difference is not that great but... Its more the efficiency of the fuel vapour burning evenly over the whole piston surface area (like sr's) not just one side as commonly seen with the 8 port. And as for the "Hype" its nothing new
  13. CA LOVERS!

    Powers in the Euro head!
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