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nissan 300zx twin turbo in the 944

Post  afpoint on Fri Jul 13, 2012 11:26 pm

New to the forum, i was curious if anyone has dropped in the Nissan 300 zx tt motor in to a 944???


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Re: nissan 300zx twin turbo in the 944

Post  cfgioja on Sat Jul 14, 2012 12:30 am

A vg30dett? Thats a crazy setup, two compleltely seperate intake systems from filter to manifold. I dont know how wide the actually engine is with the twins on it is, i know the car is pretty wide itself. It would be a neat setup, routing the exhaust would probrably be the hardest part of it.

Some one is already working on th rb20 install.

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Re: nissan 300zx twin turbo in the 944

Post  robstah on Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:43 pm

I highly recommend staying away from such a swap. That motor barely fits in the 300zx as is, so I doubt it would be worth the effort stuffing it into a 944. That motor is also a nightmare on maintenance and I literally told people that I would not work on them after dealing with a friend's 300zx 2+2 (non turbo) head gasket job. The twin turbo is even worse to deal with.


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Re: nissan 300zx twin turbo in the 944

Post  Arthropraxis on Sun Jul 15, 2012 3:58 pm

I had two 300Z's one a NA and the other a TT. On the TT everything was tightly packaged with absolutely no room to spare and it was fairly wide with the stock turbo placement. I don't think you could get the steering shaft to work without multiple U-joints. If you have engine dims someone could tell you if it is possible.
IMO, a better swap would be a LS in the 300. A guy here did a fantastic job on one. I loved the interior in my TT and it wasn't a bad handler once accustomed to the four wheel steering.

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