Almeragt´s SR20VE Almera

Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by almeragt, May 19, 2013.

  1. almeragt

    almeragt

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    Had some topic about my car few years ago, but decided to make the new one as many things has changed...


    Here is my spec:

    Engine:

    Swapped SR20VE – in Autumn 2012

    N1 camshafts

    Gspec lightweight crank pulley

    Unorthodox lightweight water pump pulley

    Fidanza flywheel

    Custom ceramic clutch with SPEC stage 2+ pressure plate

    Custom Tri Y headers + 70mm exhaust by AMA

    Custom 3 inch carbon intake pipe / made by Michal/ + JWT POP charger

    Nismo thermostat


    Tranny:

    Short VZR - SR16VE tranny with LSD

    B/M shortshift


    Electronics:

    Nistune Realtime ECU, tune by Raddy /switchpoint 5400 RPM, limiter by 8500 RPM/

    Innovate LM-1 wideband lambda

    Suspension:

    TEIN Superstreet coilovers with adjustable pillowball upper mount

    Energy suspension bushings /front + rear/

    Whiteline adjustable sway bar /rear/

    OZ Ultraleggera 17x7 wheels

    Yokohama Advan Neova AD08, 215/40/17 tyres


    Brakes:

    front

    8 pot D2R brakes with 330 mm brake discs, Ferrodo DS UNO pads

    rear

    repaired OEM brakes with HAWK HP plus brake pads

    300ZX master cylinder

    ATE racing brake fluid


    Interior/exterior:


    UK Nissan Almera GTi bodykit

    Custom made rear bumper + bonnet

    VZR mask

    Custom made carbon fibre foglight blanks /on drivers side with custom made intake by AMA/

    Carbon fibre bonnet /front/

    Re-trimmed interior


    dnes.jpg dnes1.jpg dnes2.jpg dnes3.jpg dnes5.jpg dnes7.jpg dnes8.jpg
    dnes9.jpg dnes10.jpg interier.jpg
     
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  2. Spyke

    Spyke Horse Whisperer

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    I really liked that until I got to the picture of the back. Sorry but the smooth boot and rear bumper are awful.
     
  3. almeragt

    almeragt

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    and engine bay:
    28965_1710_new-3.jpg
     
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  4. kilcosdc

    kilcosdc

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    Looks fantastic bar the boot but each to their own etc plus easily changed for another boot :).

    How much bhp did it make?
    Any more pics of the manifold?
     
  5. 5Zigen_Eddie

    5Zigen_Eddie

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    Nice tyres ;)
     
  6. chunky

    chunky

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    All that and you pic the tires to mention..........
     
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  7. mera red gti

    mera red gti

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    stunning looking N15, much love. full run down on spec?
     
  8. almeragt

    almeragt

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    don´t have the exact figures now, but I´m considering to go on dyno this week. We will see...

    Don´t have more pic´s of the manfold yet, but producer should send them to me...
     
  9. sss4me

    sss4me

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    lots of nice stuff,like the interior.congrats.
     
  10. almeragt

    almeragt

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    so was on dyno today. This dyno is known to read lower figures...Against all this facts /dyno was reading more RPM as there was in reality - I have set limiter at 8500 RPM according to ECU/, I´m satisfied with final result: almost 215 BHP

    meranie.jpg
     
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  11. twilight

    twilight

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    Location:
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    Model:
    VZ-R SR16VE N1
    Chassis:
    Pulsar JN15
    You can do better mate. Check your exhaust. Powerland here in Greece has some really nice manifolds, aka headers.
     
  12. damienga15de

    damienga15de

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    Powerland nice??

    The one I seen looked like it was welded by stevie wonder

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  13. twilight

    twilight

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  14. Sam

    Sam Moderator Staff Member

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    There are MUCH better options than Powerlands.

    I wouldn't look into the figures too much I bet it drives very well :)
     
  15. almeragt

    almeragt

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    My exhaust is for sure O.K. It´s custom made tri y headers by A-M-A - specialists for exhausts /making exhaust mainly for motorsport.../
    Maybe I can play with cam timing, but I don´t care. As Sam noticed - you know, this figures are not exact. Btw this dyno reads always lower figures... For me was important to see power curve, which is great. There is not noticable VVL switchpoint... And it drives really great!

    headers look like this:

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  16. Sam

    Sam Moderator Staff Member

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    Where did you get the carbon bonnet?
     
  17. almeragt

    almeragt

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    bought from one AOC member last year. He bought it from Greece. But it was in really bad condition, what I didn´t know... Had to invest a lot of money to get it repaired and it´s still not perfect... Cost me a lot of money and nerves...
     
  18. chunky

    chunky

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    Wolverines one..... are you saying that he sold it to you without letting you know the fuckikg state it was really in!!

    ....phone....
     
  19. Spook

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    Must be Wolverines old one. It was shocking when I saw it.
     
  20. almeragt

    almeragt

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    He said it has some scratches on the sides, but didn´t said that whole bonnet is like shit... The shape was not O.K. - surface of the bonnet was not flat /sorry, don´t know how to say it in english properly.../. Had to find someone who is repairing carbon fibre parts. I couldn´t look to that bonnet...
     
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