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Posted: Tue Apr 19, 2005 11:56 pm 
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last time i f**k checked i work on fords not f**k nissans did i say i was goin to do it it was a f**k idea didnt you read what i said a f**k IDEA your the d***head for not reading i know f**k all about nissan motors all you had to say no its not a good idea instead of goin on with ya crap it was a simple question all i needed was no
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Posted: Wed Apr 20, 2005 12:09 am 
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well said...

 

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dleach80 wrote:
last time i f**k checked i work on fords not f**k nissans did i say i was goin to do it it was a f**k idea didnt you read what i said a f**k IDEA your the d***head for not reading i know f**k all about nissan motors all you had to say no its not a good idea instead of goin on with ya crap it was a simple question all i needed was no




That's essentially what he said...

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it would be a waste of time.
why the hell would you want a smaller engine?

 

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Posted: Wed Apr 20, 2005 12:50 am 
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hey guys if got an EL and wnt to put a new engine in it i first thought get another el I6 engine and build it up and put a turbo on it but then a guy at work said y dnt ya put a nissan motor in it is it actualy possibe to do that as for a front cut nissan car it is pretty damn cheap no one could tell me if it was easy


what is it with people trying to rice up falcons if you want to a nissian engine so bad then buy a f**k nissandont degrade such a great car with a ricer engine. if you do go ahead with your ridiculous plan then dont forgot the giant shopping list on the doors. the 10ft high rear allimuinum wig, and the 723 neons in and under this monterous abomination

 

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im not only talkin bout the engine what about the whole drive train and what about the inside of the cars alot of s**t goes rong which shouldnt go rong mate


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Driveline Strength?

Once you've modified a Falcon to go hard you're unlikely to encounter any driveline problems.

The factory automatic and 5 speed manual gearbox is very strong. Even the standard clutch can cope with an engine making around 160kW at the wheels. The tailshaft, axles, universal joints and bearings are all up to the task.

Improved suspension, brakes and performance wheels and tyres are recommended.

 

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dleach80 wrote:
hey guys if got an EL and wnt to put a new engine in it i first thought get another el I6 engine and build it up and put a turbo on it but then a guy at work said y dnt ya put a nissan motor in it is it actualy possibe to do that as for a front cut nissan car it is pretty damn cheap no one could tell me if it was easy


what is it with people trying to rice up falcons if you want to a nissian engine so bad then buy a f**k nissandont degrade such a great car with a ricer engine. if you do go ahead with your ridiculous plan then dont forgot the giant shopping list on the doors. the 10ft high rear allimuinum wig, and the 723 neons in and under this monterous abomination


dont bag nissan engines infront of darren (xr8_dismantler)
he stands by them...
which if you do get the bias away from it... they did do a good job with the vl's
and the patrol.. and their other lil jappy cars

 

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Posted: Wed Apr 20, 2005 1:11 am 
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dleach80 wrote:
hey guys if got an EL and wnt to put a new engine in it i first thought get another el I6 engine and build it up and put a turbo on it but then a guy at work said y dnt ya put a nissan motor in it is it actualy possibe to do that as for a front cut nissan car it is pretty damn cheap no one could tell me if it was easy


what is it with people trying to rice up falcons if you want to a nissian engine so bad then buy a f**k nissandont degrade such a great car with a ricer engine. if you do go ahead with your ridiculous plan then dont forgot the giant shopping list on the doors. the 10ft high rear allimuinum wig, and the 723 neons in and under this monterous abomination


dont bag nissan engines infront of darren (xr8_dismantler)
he stands by them...
which if you do get the bias away from it... they did do a good job with the vl's
and the patrol.. and their other lil jappy cars


Agree with chunkz here guys this dont help answer any of the guys questions just ends up being another post in the flaming section or removed because of all the crap that gets posted in it

 

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agreed.

though its not a great idea to japerrise a ford (simply looking at ability to haul the bulk of a 'coon), the nissan motors have great merit.

true, out of out 4L we can get more on boost than out of the 3L, and it would be a hell of a lot more reliable, but dissing nissan engines is a little unwarranted (holden, on the other hand :D)

 

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dleach80 wrote:
hey guys if got an EL and wnt to put a new engine in it i first thought get another el I6 engine and build it up and put a turbo on it but then a guy at work said y dnt ya put a nissan motor in it is it actualy possibe to do that as for a front cut nissan car it is pretty damn cheap no one could tell me if it was easy


mate your a wanker for even thinking this, and or putting it on this forum. I think you should just buy a cryline..
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If you MUST have a jap motor in your EL. Lexus 4.0L V8 would be the only motor i would think of.

 

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Posted: Wed Apr 20, 2005 4:41 pm 
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If you MUST have a jap motor in your EL. Lexus 4.0L V8 would be the only motor i would think of.


But whats the weight v power as apposed to the I6

 

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max power = 210kW @ 6000rpm
max torque = 400Nm (revs i dunno)

Enough to haul a 1.770 tonne auto lexus LS400 to 100mk/h in under 7 seconds

 

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dleach80 wrote:
it was i question i didnt say i liked the idea all i can say is that ford engines arnt built the best and either are there cars im a big fan of ford and there cars and its the truth all you guys may not agree i work on then all day every day


yep this is why falcons are getting up to a million k's with without a rebuild, nissan motors are nothin special either they like the falcons are made quite cheap its not exactly a ferrari lol


Dam straight! Find me an N/A 6 cylinder Skyline that's got over a million kilometeres without ever having the tappet cover removed! There's plenty of Taxis with that, running on there not so well built Ford engines!

 

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If you MUST have a jap motor in your EL. Lexus 4.0L V8 would be the only motor i would think of.


Funny you should say that, bloke tried selling me one a couple of weeks ago.

 

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it would be a waste of time.
why the hell would you want a smaller engine?



Quote:
no VLs have about 300kg less wieght in them.

the RB engine just don't have enough torque to make them worth the effort.
if you want a turbo engine put a turbo on a falcon I6



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they just don't produce the torque of the falcon engine.


all cut and past from my other posts.

and if you notice the common factor here. RB engines DO NOT MAKE ENOUGH TORQUE TO MAKE THEM A WORTH WHILE CONVERSION FOR A FALCON


if you want a jap engine use a 1UZFE (4L V8) or a 2UZFE (4.5L V8)

 

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