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  1. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US Here are some updates on the car. She runs well and smooth. Such much fun. At the same time, I'm afraid I will get in trouble from driving her too much. Dyno: 355rwhp and 285 ft/lbs GReddy Type R bov http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/Draconis9/RB%20Project/rb26%20swap/IMG_7780.jpg[/img] images!
  2. Racesilvia-projekti

    Vs: Racesilvia-projekti Markus, I want a copy of the magazine as well if possible. That is just brilliant! Truly inspires me.
  3. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US For more exclusive pictures and a video, visit S12silvia.com: http://s12silvia.com/?p=347
  4. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US Fun stuff intermission. Yes, collection of number plates. I shall use a combination of UK and Aussie plates for photoshoots and at car shows. I am interested if anyone has a set of Finnish number plates they dont want. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/Draconis9/RB%20Project/rb26%20swap/IMG_7645.jpg[/img] Bottom to top: Aussie, Aussie, UK, UK, Cali/US, Washington/US April 6th April 9th FMIC setup April 12th Installed radiator with fan, shroud, and additional bypass. Fitting the bumper, FMIC, and Rad. It all works within stock confines.
  5. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US March 1st more exhaust http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/Draconis9/RB%20Project/rb26%20swap/IMG_7571.jpg[/img] http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/Draconis9/RB%20Project/rb26%20swap/IMG_7574.jpg[/img] brake line rerouted
  6. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US So it has been several months since I updated. So I figured it was time for a massive update. And yes, by massive I mean, with lots of pics that are technical. Dates with some short descriptions. Feb. 19th, building of the exhaust:
  7. Speedhunters blog

    Hi. I wrote a 'blog' for Speedhunters. With the permission from Hessu and Markus for allowing me to use the pics they shared with me for publication uses and promotion of the S12, I was able to get both of them on a fairly large website dedicated to cars. http://speedhunters.com/archive/2010/02/04/guest-blog-colin-masterson-gt-gt-s12-s-around-the-world.aspx I hope you enjoy and congrats Markus and Hessu! I can tell you, your two cars are in my opinion two of the best examples of what an S12 can be. I am glad to help promote the two of you and get you recognition.
  8. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US Well here are some tech. details I can fill in for the lack of pics. The RB20 setup I had worked for the most part. Due to a hose in the rear of the RB20, it prevented me from pushing the engine further back against the firewall. Well, the RB26 does not have this issue so the motor was able to be pushed back just a bit further. This meant that the subframe needed to be slotted just a bit more to accommodate this change of placement. Then to add to it, the RB20 was situated so that the over the valve cover intake pipe could clear the SE bonnet without having to damage it in any way. Well, it is apparent that the RB26 does not have this type of intake so the passenger side had to be slotted slightly more than the driver's side to sit the engine back in a better place. The other issue that was addressed was the oil pickup under the engine block. Since I ditched the RB26 pan, the only option was to have one custom made or use a RB20/25 oil pan. My plans fell through to get a custom one made up so I went with the Rb20/25 pan. This meant that the oil pickup would interfere with the pan and it could not be bolted straight on. One option many do is cut and weld the oil pan to solve this issue. I refuse to do that so I was able to have an adapter by the shop made up and fitted so that the pickup can remain without issue as well as the pan and plates inside. This though created a 'taller' engine from pan to valve cover. So we ended up playing with GTS, GTR and Nismo mid-mounts. The top-mounts/motor mounts were left basically as is as the lower-mounts/subframe mounts were adapted as stated above. Then there was the concern about increasing brakes. Since I'm not going for much power at the moment, all I needed to do was increase the front suspension stiffening. I chose to go with S14 tension rod brackets, S13 Kazama tension rods and adapted the s12 control arms by notching out the stock bolt holes just a bit to allow for a better angle and grip for the tension rods. This stiffens up the front end suspension, increases it's steering capabilities and increases brake efficiency. With that increase in the front and the MKII Z32 rear brake swap, I feel I have sufficient braking ability for the time being on how the car is driven coupled with it's power. If I am to obtain more power, then yes, I would do a complete conversion, but for now, the SE front and Z31 rears are actually quite capable. In the pics, you will also see SS brake lines I had installed on both front and back. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/Draconis9/RB%20Project/rb26%20swap/121209007.jpg[/img] Then there is the new radiator. After this setup is finalized, it will be offered to all those who have S12s. These will be rads. custom for S12s and will have correct mounts. Granted, you dont need one like mine but you can ask for your choice of parameters and it can be made up and shipped to you. What I have is a full aluminum rad that is double core/flow. I totally forgot the exact terminology of what it is, so tomorrow I will clarify and edit this. But it will keep the fluids cool and shouldnt have any issues. This setup was used on a S13 with a RB26 before and it worked perfectly so we are adapting that to work with the S12 and fit within the stock setup so that it becomes bolt on for us. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/Draconis9/RB%20Project/rb26%20swap/rad001.jpg[/img] http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/Draconis9/RB%20Project/rb26%20swap/rad006.jpg[/img]
  9. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US Ok, technical info will be updated here and later with pics, but for now, the main bit of the swap will be on S12Silvia.com.
  10. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US As of now I am working on a Rb26DETT swap. I am taking the time to do a wire tuck and hide all vacuum lines and brake lines. Trying to make it as clean as possible. It is in the shop now being worked on. Below are some pictures of the engine. As time goes by, I'll be able to update with more pictures of the swap's progress. I may be dropping the twin turbo setup and going a single turbo using a GT3071R.
  11. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US In the summer of 2007, I did another upgrade or attempted to before going to NorCal. Yeah, it was not a good time. Lots of stuff went down at the shop and due to that, I am no longer with the shop. Unfortunately, no documentation was done. The owner had pushed it off 2 months after it was to be started and I didnt have time off to be there to help or document. So here are the pics at HIN in Seattle of 07 that showed the upgrades I did. What you cant see that is between the front mount and the radiator is Flex-a-lite dual 12" fans. I had a new set of Tomei cams put in, intake mani, powder coated, turbo mani, turbo, external wastegate, coilpack cover, Splitfire coilpacks and prolly some other stuff I'm forgetting. I do not advice anyone to get this intake. It looks great and all, but is a pain to get all the friggin fittings for all the vacuum lines. Not fun trying to find all the various nipples needed and all the vacuum lines that fit factory specs. There's got to be about 6 different sizes. Not to mention, I had to redo the whole friggin power steering setup again due to the new intake with the top mount mani. By the way, the Intake plenum, turbo mani, splitfire coilpacks and such... just about everything on this upgrade process was bought and shipped from Australia. And interior was upgraded with Bride seats, Takata harness and half cage.
  12. RB S12 in the US

    Vs: RB S12 in the US Okay, as you can see where the stock SE motor mount bolts to the engine mounts. A bit far off... If I remember correctly, about 6 inches off. Stock positioning of the tranny using stock tranny mount. Where the front sway bar would have gone... it would hit the oil pan. So actually as of now I run without a front sway bar. Other pics of the rack and stuff and where it was positioned with the stock setting of the tranny. Using an engine brace to hold the engine in place so it can be positioned back and forth until everything fits right, the tranny was mounted first After positioning the tranny in the position where the engine fits in the engine bay the best to allow for everything else to fit in the best possible way, the setup was braced at the right height and the bonnet was lowered to make sure the bonnet didnt have any issues. This took quite a while to play with every possible angle and space to not only allow for everything to fit in it correctly, but with the mind that there will be modifications in the future and ease of doing basic engine maintenance. Once everything was given the okay, the tranny mount was made and bolted up. With the tranny in place, it was off to working on the front crossmember to allow the motor to bolt in. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v690/Draconis9/RB%20Project/original%20swap/DSC01256.jpg[/img] Now, the engine tranny mount is made and bolted in place. The front crossmember is made and then engine is bolted in. It took a while to get the thing to work the way we wanted it, then after that, it was tacked up. It was sent out to an industrial welder... guy I know by the name of Ron who welds shit up for a living. Tranny mount Motor mount Other pics of it installed Front mount setup. Rule was not to have anything banged or taken off. Only thing that was allowed to be cut was the hole for an intercooler pipe obviously. And yes, the front bumper support/core was left in place. Other misc. pics. Exhaust setup... Stainless, mandrel with the fewest amount of angles as possible.
  13. RB S12 in the US

    Okay, I read on here that many of you guys know a decent amount of English. I also know Markus and have talked with him on and off for over a year and he has very good English. So I am hoping you guys can read this. If not, I can get this translated. So I have had my Nissan S12 since 2003. For the first year I did not do anything with it but drive it. In late 2003 I was told about Club S12 and in 2004 I joined Club S12. I bought a 1987 SE model. In the US we had the SE model that came with the VG30E. Same engine as the Z31. A 3-liter 6 cylinder engine. It also came with a stock body kit as people put it. Front lip, side skirts/rocker panels, mudflaps and fiberglass wing. In the pictures of my car, all the body effects are stock. I will just jump to my RB swaps. it's been a while so I dont remember the specifics, but I am no longer associated with the shop in any manner and the prototypes are in my car so he cannot do anything about it. I would love to rip a part my car and send it off to get reproduced, I just dont have the cash to back it up. So go ahead and ask questions, the answers and the info will come up over time as I think of it. The main rule that I had was that nothing could be damage as far as the stock chassis. Not banging or cutting of the firewall. Nothing to the wheel wells or such. And nothing to the core support and such. I knew there was a 200ZR that Nissan made in limited quantities. Z31 with a RB20DET red top. Since I had a SE, I knew it couldnt be that far off by creating the same thing in a S12 since the SE is all but a Z31 in a S12 chassis. It would have been aptly named the 200SR but when I brought this up, I remembered getting reemed for it. I just decided to keep it as the simple name of Silvia. Easier to remember and no explanation to anyone else. Here are some pics of my car with empty engine bay before it got cleaned out and repainted. Hella nasty... The rust looks bad but it was surface rust and was easily dealt with.
  14. Racesilvia-projekti

    Vs: Racesilvia-projekti Markus, can you get me a copy of the magazine you were in by chance?
  15. Vs: "Getting started" for foreign visitors Thank you for the help. I was sitting there trying to go back and forth between the given translations and what was written. First time reading Finnish so it is a bit daunting.
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