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Nissan 240sx Drift Car
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Discount Tire 240 SX - 477 Cubic Inch Race-Spec Engine
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2012 Goals for Engine Performance

The difference between last year's engine and the new one is simple: the new one is bigger. Not just in the cubic inches, but all over the engine. Bigger block, bigger camshaft, bigger cylinder heads, bigger valves, everywhere it made sense or there was a weakness, it was upgraded. Last year's engine was pushing the limits of the hardware, bigger cams and heads could have been used, but would have cut down the reliability of the engine. This engine will have a more radical cylinder head/ camshaft combo because it is designed to; it is a complete race-spec engine. Last year, the engine had several good off the shelf parts, this year the engine is custom-tailored to the needs and abuses of drifting. Last year's engine will be rebuilt as a complete backup engine that will travel with the team.

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    2011 Engine:

  • Chevrolet LS7 Block, 427 Cubic Inches
  • Manley Connecting Rods
  • Manley Stainless Steel Valves
  • CNC-Ported L-92 Cylinder heads
  • Diamond Pistons w/ 13.2:1 Compression Ratio
  • Custom Comp Cams Camshaft
  • Manley Valve Springs
  • FAST 102mm Intake & Throttle Body
  • Edelbrock Water Pump
  • Made 550 Rear-Wheel Horsepower
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    2012 Engine:

  • RHS Engine Block, 477 Cubic Inches
  • Callies Rods
  • Callies "DragonSlayer" Crankshaft
  • All Pro Racing Heads
  • Custom Diamond Pistons w/ 12:1 Compression Ratio
  • Custom Isky Camshaft, Valve Springs
  • Bigger valves, and upgraded valve-train
  • ARP Hardware throughout the Engine
  • FAST 102mm Intake & Throttle Body
  • Edelbrock Water Pump
  • Over 600 Rear-Wheel Horsepower
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