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ZXClub.netNA To TT Post Posted: Mar 12th, '14, 01:18


How Hard Is It To Rebuild The Stock NA Vg30DE To TT I Know I Have To Change Trans And Fuel pump, ecu,
Wiring Harness ,... All The Little Things Like That..
But How long Does It Take An How Hard Is It? I Want To TT It Thi Summer.. [SMIRKING FACE][AUTOMOBILE][JAPANESE SYMBOL FOR BEGINNER][JAPANESE SYMBOL FOR BEGINNER]


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ZXClub.net Re: NA To TT Post Posted: Mar 12th, '14, 05:54


Check Z1 website I'm sure they have a guide on all that is required.

One of the big things is the radiators are different mountings points so you need a bracket making up or I think CZP sell them now

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ZXClub.net Re: NA To TT Post Posted: Mar 12th, '14, 13:43


Okay Awesome! Thank you


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ZXClub.net Re: NA To TT Post Posted: Jul 1st, '14, 01:59


I want to TT my NA 300zx can I use the NA engine and just put turbos on it or do I need a TT engine?


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ZXClub.net Re: NA To TT Post Posted: Jul 3rd, '14, 20:23


it takes about 2 days to do and is a big job on your own.

yes you can just turbo an n/a engine but then you can only run about 5psi boost as the engine cant take any more. its better to just swop the engine out. the trans can be used in either n/a or tt no need to swop that

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ZXClub.net Re: NA To TT Post Posted: Jul 4th, '14, 00:35


Alright thank you!


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ZXClub.net Re: NA To TT Post Posted: Aug 8th, '14, 20:20


If your not familiar, which I'm assuming if your asking your not no offence its going to take some time. Like mikey said there is two days of labour there to swap it all over, but to do it properly, by properly I mean refresh all the crappy old water pipes service the new engine etc, its going to take longer and bump up the price. why rush it to have to repeat half of it later though?
Being more sensible it would probably be faster, cheaper and complete to buy a TT as a whole. Many other things are different as well such as the brakes, the gear ratios and depending on your spec even things like the lack of ABS on some NAs. Unless your particularly attached to that shell I think you be better off buying a TT.

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