1991 Nissan Silvia S13 – RB26

1J7A3205

373.2kw on 17psi

Engine

R33 GTR RB26DETT Standard Internals

Twin Turbo Garrett GTX2860R 0.72 V-Band in, V-Band out rear housings

Custom Twin high mount turbo manifolds

Twin Precision 46mm External waste gates with screamers

Tomei oil pump

2.5″ stainless dump pipes merged to 3″ straight through to 3.5″ polished tip

Custom 2″ alloy cooler piping merged to 3″ at cooler

Custom 3″ turbo intakes

Twin 6″ K&N RF-1039 air filters

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PWR Aero2 600 x 300 x 68mm Intercooler with 3″ outlets

PWR custom made twin pass X-flow 55mm radiator

PWR 21 row oil cooler with -12 outlets

PWR power steering cooler with -6 outlets

SPAL 16″ skew blade 2000CFM thermo fan

Canton Racing 3 Quart Accusump with 20-25psi electronic valve kit

Custom RWD modified R33 GTR sump with baffles and gates, 7L capacity

Custom CNC Steel adjustable cam gears

-12AN GREX sandwich plate

Apex’i Power FC D-Jetro with controller

Drivetrain

RB25 Gearbox

Xtreme Racing 230mm ceramic twin plate clutch

R32 GTR 2 way diff

R32 GTR driveshafts

Custom one piece tailshaft

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Fabrication

Custom tube front end with removable top bar

Full weld in cage with side intrusions, double diagonal roof bars, harness bar, single diagonal to rear towers

Cage extension bars through firewall to front strut towers

12″ Front tubs with inside radius

Rear strut towers cut and raised 70mm

Chassis rails cut and raised 30mm

Front wheel wells outer frame cut, reinforced and raised 50mm

Tube rear end with complete fuel frame and central jacking point

Removable rear bash bar

Front LCA mounting point raised 15mm

Steering rack moved forward 25mm

Custom tube intercooler, oil cooler and power steering cooler mounts

Custom 3L alloy catch can

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Fuel System

JAZ Racing 48L DRAG fuel cell with rear recess

E85 safe fuel cell foam blocks

Tomei fuel rail

Injector Dynamics 1000cc injectors

Twin Walbro 255 external fuel pumps

Proflow 2.5L surge tank with twin pump mounts

SARD Type S fuel pressure regulator

Carter lift pump

All SpeedFlow 200 series teflon lines & fittings

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Wheels

Work VSXX

Front – 18×9.5 -36

Rear – 18×12 -5

Tyres: Achilles ATR Sport

Front – 215/35/18

Rear – 265/35/18

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Braking System

Wilwood Superlite 6-piston front calipers

Wilwood 320mm two piece slotted front rotors

Twin Wilwood Dynalite 2-piston rear calipers

OEM S14 rear rotors

Wilwood 7/8″ Brake master cylinder, booster removed

Powered by Max Hydraulic handbrake with Independent BMC

All SpeedFlow 200 series teflon lines & fittings

1J7A3245

Suspension + Steering

Powered by Max coilovers

Powered by Max front drop knuckles

Powered by Max rear twin caliper drop knuckles

Powered by Max solid steering rack bushes

Powered by Max LIMIT BREAK tie rod ends

S14 LCA Extended 25mm by C’s Garage

Ikeya Formula tie rods

SPL Pro Camber Arms

SPL Pro Toe Arms

SPL Pro Traction Rods

SPL Pro Castor rods

Powered by Max subframe risers

Solid aluminium steering bush

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Interior

S15 dash conversion

Sparco 325 suede steering wheel

Sparco Sprint V seats

ERG Driver harness, TAKATA Passenger harness

Defi BF white tacho, oil pressure, water temp, oil temp, boost

Defi Advance control unit

Stack 52mm Fuel gauge

Custom gauge cluster plate to suit S15 dash

Custom switch panel

Custom battery mount behind passenger seat

FullRiver HC28 dry cell battery

0J2A0100

Body and Aero

Complete BN Blister Kit –

  • 50mm Rear widebody
  • 45mm Front widebody

Origin Lab 1750mm 3D GT wing with custom low mount stands

Origin Lab Type II FRP bonnet

Custom J headlights stripped and refitted with LED strip lighting

Fitment Garage clear headlight covers

Full red LED taillights

Genuine amber corner lights

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3 thoughts on “1991 Nissan Silvia S13 – RB26

  1. Hey Oliver, im pretty new to the car scene and cars in general as I just got my Ps. I was just wondering how do you get a car to be this low whilst still maintaining suspension geometry and like how do you not rub in the rear with so much tuck? is it just spring stiffness, compression and just minimum travel?

    Cheers 🙂

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