By this point, the SR had been pulled down, inspected, freshened up and reassembled. Now it was time for the fun part.. the bolt ons. First up I had sourced an TD06-20GL2 which had arrived from Japan a few days earlier, as well as an old style GReddy unequal length manifold to sit it on. This was one of the main reasons I was excited for the new engine setup. I had fallen in love with the sound and response that the TD06 and old style manifold gave the majority of SR setups I saw in my stay in Japan and knew it was what I wanted to run on my return. The rest of the setup consists of APEX cams and headgasket, ORC 409D clutch and flywheel, ARC sump, Yashio factory radiator, Power FC ecu etc, all being run in front of a Z32 gearbox with a SR adapter plate. A simple setup to give decent power and a very reliable/drivable setup.
Next up was the exhaust. Adam built this full 3" stainless setup with a flexi located in the downpipe to insure the manifold stayed in one piece for as long as possible.
Here's the engine bay as it sits today, Adam fabricated the catch can setup to tidy everything up nicely for me. It ended up making 290KW on 1.5 bar, but we will be only running it at 1.2bar (250KW) to keep it nice and reliable with the stock bottom end. Since I plan on entering Pro-AM this coming season it's more than enough power with the 235 tyre width restriction the class runs. I've been running 265's ever since installing the SR and am not looking forward to the downgrade, but atleast I know the whole setup is up to the task.