Nissan’s decades of performance heritage are highlighted in its Skyline GT-R and Silvia (240SX) product lines. Check out the complete line of performance upgrades that Full-Race offers for the Skyline GT-R (R32, R33 and R34) Full-Race offers a variety of single and twin turbocharger solutions along with single- and twin-scroll solutions for the venerable straight six-cylinder engine. From Full-Race stainless-steel manifolds and TiAL Sport wastegates to turbochargers from Garrett and BorgWarner, Full-Race will ramp up the performance of your Skyline GT-R. Full-Race also supports the Skyline’s little sister, the Silvia (S13, S14, S15), Full-Race has you covered, offering manifolds, turbochargers and all the ancillary components you’d need to step up your SR20’s or KA24’s performance. Maybe you’re looking for Skyline performance with a 500 pound weight reduction? The Full-Race R14 conversion kit includes all that you would need to install an RB26DETT with driveline into a 1995-98 S14 240SX (engine and driveline not included.)
Nissan’s long history in performance and competition dates back to the 1960s, when the original Skyline GT-R (known as “Hakosukas”) and Fairlady Zs (otherwise known as 240Zs) were first developed and introduced to the world. When the successor to the Hakosuka was brought to market, the R32 Skyline GT-R, it came with the powerful, twin-turbocharged RB26DETT engine. This engine set the standard in the late 80s, raising the performance expectations for numerous automakers. This became the performance benchmark that some automakers set their sights on. The legendary RB26DETT engine and driveline dominated on the street and the racetrack, garnering a following that would span decades and continents. Even though the last Skyline GT-R rolled off the assembly line in 2002, the aftermarket support has not wavered.
Drifter of Choice
The RWD Silvia was offered in some markets with the 2.0-liter turbocharged SR20DET engine. In other markets like the USA, Nissan offered the S13 and S14 as a 240SX (1989-1998) with the unexciting, naturally-aspirated KA24 engine. At a time when VTEC reigned supreme, the capable 240SX languished in an ocean of Hondas. After they had been discontinued in the USA, these rear-wheel drive platforms stole the spotlight in the early 2000s when drifting gained a foothold with enthusiasts. Before long, these well balanced machines were in such demand that their value increased many times over. Finding a clean 240SX is becoming more difficult, but not impossible. When you find a clean chassis to build on, Full-Race offers solutions for both the USDM KA24 engine as well as the JDM SR20DET to help you reach your performance goals.
No, not hybrid electric. Full-Race couldn’t wait for the Skyline GT-R to become legal for importation to the USA. So its engineers developed a kit that would convert the S14 from RWD to AWD by transplanting a Skyline GT-R engine and driveline into the lightweight chassis. The Full-Race R14 conversion kit includes all that you would need to install an RB26DETT with driveline into a 1995-98 240SX (engine and driveline not included.)