Convert your S14 from an inline 4-cylinder, rear-wheel drive layout into a turbocharged, inline 6-cylinder all-wheel drive. The Full-Race R14 Kit includes everything that you would need to transform your S14 240SX into a fire-breathing Full-Race R14! (Requires an RB26DETT engine and AWD driveline, not included.)
Transform your S14 into an R14 The R14 Kit contains all the major components needed to swap in the GT-R powertrain. The kit includes both the driver/passenger side frame rails, a transmission mount with bracket, a front upper control arm set, front and rear shocks and springs, shock mounts and an aluminum driveshaft. With these components in place, bolting in the RB26DETT engine and AWD driveline from an R32 Skyline GT-R becomes a reality!
If the stock RB26DETT performance levels aren’t enough for you, check out our full line of RB26DETT performance upgrades! From single and twin turbocharger manifolds to single and twin scroll turbo setups, Full-Race offers solutions to suit your performance goals! The Full-Race ETS-Pro Torque Split Controller is a must have for high-performance RB26 builds and R14 conversions. A full complement of high performance upgrades from Garrett, BorgWarner, TiAL Sport and more are also available.Have you ever wanted a Skyline GT-R of your own? How about increasing the performance of your Nissan 240SX S14? How about the best of both? Full-Race offers a solution that brings you the best of both, the Full-Race Motorsports R14 conversion kit. The allure of all-wheel drive and big output potential draws the attention of any enthusiast with a penchant for performance. Full-Race Motorsports is right with you, and anyone with a 1995-1998 Nissan 240SX S14 can now enjoy the benefits of a lightweight and neutral-handling chassis with the horsepower potential and all-wheel driveline of the Skyline GT-R
Enthusiasts desiring the power and performance of the all-wheel drive, twin-turbocharged Skyline GT-R had little choice but to wait until 2014 to import the 1989 R32 GT-R or wait even longer for an R33 or R34. Full-Race Motorsports didn’t want to wait that long. At a time when Nissan’s S-chassis 240SX were plentiful and underrated for potential, the engineering staff led by Geoff Raicer began researching an ambitious project. The goal? Adapt the RB26DETT engine and all-wheel driveline from a Skyline GT-R into a 240SX chassis. After investing countless R&D hours, Full-Race presented the first RB26DETT powered, AWD S14 240SX at the 2006 SEMA Show. Full-Race dubbed this functioning example of its development efforts the R14.