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1 New member on 26th August 2017, 2:26 pm

nismonkey


Hi Im in Texas USA how are you guys doing? I sure am glad you guys added me Pulsars are a rare breed here not too many. Any help I could get along the way will be appreciated . And if there are any entrepreneurs among you that want to do an import/export thing with me ,maybe we can deal ! lol So anyway im building a 1992 Sentra SE-R with a 1994 GTiR engine and Im wondering what you guys do with that big goofy oil filter housing ? Seems like most everybody is happy with it and keep it along with the oem oil cooler. What about a bypass block that can get bolted to the engine in place of that big old goofey filter housing ? and im not talking about a sandwich adapter either , im talking about getting rid of that thing and sending the oil to a separate oil filter housing and then sending it thru a separate front mount oil cooler then back ?

2 Re: New member on 26th August 2017, 4:34 pm

Mr B

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Mazworx do one ...
http://www.mazworx.com/store/p/134-Mazworx-SR20DET-GTi-R-Oil-Block-Adapter.aspx
not cheap but it proper decent design/made .

Oz gtir group done one too few years back ,
So did Canada gtir group .

3 Re: New member on 26th August 2017, 6:05 pm

johnny gtir

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Just depends how far a relocation kit plus oil cooler lines take it as would pumping it right round make much difference ?

4 Re: New member on 26th August 2017, 11:46 pm

gtir_woody

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Ive got both, the mazworx one is really nice and the inlet/outlets on the side make things easier. I currently have the OZ group buy one on my car and no complaints, on the earlier versions one fitting sits very close to the power steering bracket.

5 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 3:58 am

nismonkey


I designed and made one that is very close to stock one the inside, I improved oil scavenging by making the oil galley section a lot deeper , it has ports on both side that accept the factory oil pressure sender and also the oil temp sender. And this lets me mount a small alternator on the backside of the engine. I have also designed and fabricated the new alternator brackets ! pictures coming soon with it all hooked up.

6 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 4:17 am

gtir_woody

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Sounds very cool, looking forward to seeing more mate

7 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 4:29 am

nismonkey


Well Fiddlesticks ! I just learn that i have to use a publicly accessible host for my pictures. Which host do you guys use ? like photobucket of flicker ? i have pictures now of the block, front and back side . I could maybe share tonight its already 11:30 pm here , but thank god it friday !!

8 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 4:36 am

gtir_woody

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This is what I use to post pics on the forum

http://www.postimage.org/

9 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 4:56 am

nismonkey


... And to reply to GTi-R Johnny.... its not so much for making a difference in the cooling of the oil . it is for putting your alternator in the back so you can put a larger turbo on, and it also frees up space for front mount intercooler piping. and i still have air conditioner also

10 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 5:00 am

nismonkey


heres the pictures ... hopefully i did it right

11 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 5:04 am

nismonkey


here try this.................. [img][/img]

12 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 5:09 am

nismonkey


this .................... [img][/img]

13 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 5:16 am

nismonkey


here is the back of the factory one [img][/img]

14 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 5:19 am

nismonkey


i also make a water pump block off plate so you can use an electric water pump to save on parasitic drain of spinning water ! I use a meziere water pumpand a Davies Craig water pump controller " />



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15 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 5:23 am

nismonkey


and the oil bypass is going to let me put my oil filter where i can get at it , so i use one of these ...it has two in/two out ports [img][/img]

16 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 6:09 am

nismonkey


and here is the small alternator that i mount behind the engine just above the oil bypass block, gives you a ton of room up front for a huge turbo and 3 inch piping cant fix it

17 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 6:10 am

nismonkey


here [img][/img]

18 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 6:18 am

johnny gtir

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nismonkey wrote:... And to reply to GTi-R Johnny.... its not so much for making a difference in the cooling of the oil . it is for putting your alternator in the back so you can put a larger turbo on, and it also frees up space for front mount intercooler piping. and i still have air conditioner also

I was talking on people's thoughts of the oil pump ( not the cooling ) having to pump it further. Once over someone posted on oil filter relocation kits not been the best idea even tho convenient for filter changes

19 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 6:59 am

nismonkey


you are absolutely correct in questioning that ! I questioned it also. preliminary pressure checks at various locations show a maximum drop of 3 P.S.I. , and that was after the filter and after the cooler just prior to return scavenge. I didnt think that was a lot, what do you think ? Anyway im going to be the Guinea pig, and i will let you know if i blow it up . pirat

20 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 7:01 am

gtir_woody

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Are you running power steering? i had my alternator mounted at the rear of the engine where the power steering pump was by modifying the standard bracket and ran an MR2 electric pump. Decided to change back to standard and simply things though.

21 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 7:15 am

nismonkey


no power steering, i have a manual rack

22 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 7:26 am

nismonkey


my car is stripped of everything not needed to get there quick ![img][/img]

23 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 7:50 am

nismonkey


it weighs 1960 pounds with me in it and 10 gallons of fuel, its got and aluminum trunk lid and lexan windows [img][/img]

24 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 8:04 am

nismonkey


wow i should probably move all these pictures to the gallery Arrow

25 Re: New member on 7th October 2017, 1:16 pm

nismonkey


stripped / not equipped [img][/img]

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