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Yep - car does look good body wise. Thx for the pics bro

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If you are ever interested in selling the wheels off of here let me know, I would love to paint them and drop them on my 5th gen.

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The underneath is fine. This is a southern car so not too much rust as long as the vehicle is being driven semi regular.

I did find a HUGE Wasp nest in the inside of the passenger shock tower. I don't know how I kept from getting stung as I jacked up that side to get the exhaust out.

Speaking of the exhaust as far as a turbo is concerned, the main problem I can see is where to put the turbo oil return line.

As of right now I can't see any place to drill that isn't obstructed.
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Also, the paint is $hit. But, the way the Altima is made its pretty easy to section off things to paint.

For example I would paint both the hood, and trunk lid, then the next day paint both fenders, the next both front/rear bumper covers, etc.
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yes, there is someone on here that has a 300+whp NA VQ
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yes, there is someone on here that has a 300+whp NA VQ
Do you know what spec's of the engine, or a link to the build?

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There's no build thread on it, but there are some specs in the for sale thread. The motor is now supercharged and for sale. Check the for sale thread for Tuko's thread


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Thanks.

Ok today, got up early, and started pulling more crap off the engine.

From what I can see I'm probably going to pull the tranny as well. I might go ahead, and rebuild the tranny while its out, AND if I can find a rebuild kit.

Honestly, I think I will be pulling wiring connections in my sleep tonight. I did go out, and buy some di-electric grease, and put a generous amount on all of the open connections. May save myself some electrical issues down the road by doing that little bit.

Speaking of electrical, I'm going to be adding some more heavy duty grounds.

Most of the pic's today was just to help me remember how things go back together.





Looks like someone has been doing a little performance modding somewhere along this car's life. Look at the intake port matching. God how I hope there's going to be some forged rods, an pistons when I take this thing apart.....................but, I wouldn't bet on it.

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Sorry for the double post, I'll just edit to what I did today..

I was able to get the engine/trans out with no problems.

I did find out the problem with this engine, and it was the water pump.



You can see how the waterpump bent. Also, this makes me leary about an engine that was so stupidly designed as to put something that needs semi regular service like the water pump INSIDE THE DAMNED ENGINE!!!!

Here you can see the wp is bent.


Rest of the parts in the yard for now.



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Big project mate , did you get in touch with Darren from Voltage Drop !

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I am intrigued by your project. Jumping right in with a rebuild. Very cool.

If you haven't found them already here's a link to the field service manuals for the Altima.

Index of /FSM/Altima

I have a SpeedforceRacing turbo kit sitting in my garage - yet to be installed. I like the idea of a remote turbo setup. That definitely keeps under the hood cleaner and the heat away.

CIN (Charlotte Infiniti/Nissan) Motorsports did a remote twin turbo project on an Infiniti M56 last summer. Here's a shot of the turbo under the bumper.



They routed the intake piping back through the side skirts up to the intercooler.



What's your budget for the project?

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Thanks for the link.

One thing I found with the remote turbo setup is to make sure to get the turbo high enough to run into some type of catch can, then to a Walbro oil pump. DON'T use the differential pump as I have read where people have had problems with them.

I used the Weldon oil pump for my twin turbo truck, and it does fine, BUT, its expensive.
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Little bit of an update here.

Looks like I will go NA with this build as most all of the engine parts are $$$$$, so I won't have the funds left over to buy the turbo related stuff.

I'm trying to get ahold of Tuco as it looks like he still has the pistons, and rods I need, so we'll have to see.

Got everything disassembled. Man, those guys who put the damned balancer bolt on did a Hell of a job. I busted my grandfathers 80 year old breaker bar trying to get it off. I finally got the bolt broke free with a three foot long pipe attached to an old SK ratchet [also my grandfathers].

I also managed to break the head off of just about all of the main caps. Can anyone tell me the dia, and pitch of those bolts as I'm going to buy some hex headed bolts to go back in their place [I hate those damned inverted torx headed bolts]

Anyway, I got around to some head porting today. I did some homework on these DE heads and it turns out they are pretty impressive even in stock form.

From all that I have read the de heads flow approx 275 intake, and around 175 cfm exh.

To put that into perspective [I'm a Ford guy] a Ford 351C with 4bbl heads [HUGE INTAKE PORTS] flowed just a little bit less that the DE head in stock form.

Here are the pic's. Still a little more blending to go.


Here is a rather bad side/side pic. I was going to take a pic of two ports on the same head, one ported, one stock, but I got too involved to stop, and get the camera.
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Oh I see some porting in here ! Cool job mate !

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Thanks. I usually discourage porting except for just a little port matching, but since this isn't a maximum effort race car, I figured what the Hell.
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