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1 New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 8th March 2017, 2:54 pm

gtir_primera


Hi All, new to this forum but not to the forum world nor Nissan. as my User name suggest I have a P11 Primera with a Gti-r Sr20DET swap. Engine has remained stock with upgraded turbo (GT2871) and MAF Q45. I use the car mostly for Auto-X and was only looking for a responsive motor and it has been reliable for about 125,000 k/m until recently when it popped out of gear and over revved and destroyed the rockers.

The engine was a simple "build" to keep reliable but the chassis is not and has a lot of work done to it with still more to come. Here are some pics of the ride. I will be here asking for guidance in regards to the engine build or refresh.




2 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 8th March 2017, 3:41 pm

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3 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 8th March 2017, 5:24 pm

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Welcome to the forum nice to see something different and looks like it goes well when you open it up reminds me of my sunny Gti with sr20 Det in

4 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 8th March 2017, 5:30 pm

gtir_primera


johnny gtir wrote:Welcome to the forum nice to see something different and looks like it goes well when you open it up reminds me of my sunny Gti with sr20 Det in

Thanks, It goes very well with little drama, hooks very nice and surprises a lot of people the way it hooks up and goes in 2nd gear.

5 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 8th March 2017, 7:19 pm

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Welcome to the forum ..... good video .... i probably would of ran over most of those cones ... Laughing


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6 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 8th March 2017, 7:24 pm

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Welcome to the forum mate, good to see people joining with different cars. I would have driven straight through those cones aswell Laughing

7 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 8th March 2017, 8:30 pm

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What cones Laughing

8 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 8th March 2017, 9:12 pm

gtir_primera


Thank you all for the warm welcome. I have learned to drive this car very well and the suspension setup doesn't hurt either. Learned to left foot brake to keep up the spool a bit, you can hear in the video that I am on the gas very early to get the spooling going so when I let of the brakes it responds very well, sometimes too well. hopefully I can get some time to post a build thread later this week

9 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 9th March 2017, 5:29 am

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Look forward to it

10 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 9th March 2017, 1:15 pm

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Welcome to the club - nice looking car - always fancied visiting the Cayman Islands - nice to have another member from a new location !

11 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 9th March 2017, 3:28 pm

johnny gtir

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Supposed to be very nice my boss brother lives over there

12 Re: New to Forum - From Cayman Islands on 11th March 2017, 1:00 pm

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Welcome to the forum

Nice bit of driving in the vid, made me feel a bit ill swerving in out of cones
I hate coned curcuits lol


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