Thursday, November 18, 2010

Z Car Racing Team - Switzerland

Here is some more info on the car I posted yesterday.
295ps converts to 290hp.

Not bad for a 2800cc motor (L28).

I wanna know how they got it revving to 9800 rpm!!! That is unbelievable for an L-series motor.

Looks like the swiss know something I don't! (not surprised)




Nissan Fairlady Z (Datsun 280 Z Coupe)


Engine: 6 cylinder inline engine
Capacity: 2800ccm
Power: 295 hp
Maximum speed: 9800 rpm.
Torque: 350 Nm at 4800 rpm.
Acceleration: 0-100 mph in 4 seconds
Maximum speed: 250 km / h
Transmission: Speziall making H 5 speed short shift circuit (Datsun 280 ZX)
Diffrenzial: NISMO-mouth barrier
Chassis: Koni / Eibach combination with Speziallstabilisatoren by NISMO
Curb weight:880 kg
National Category: E1 (up to 3,000 cc touring car-free formula)
International Category: Group 4 GT cars up to 3,000 cc

8 comments:

  1. I'm thinking expensive spring/valves/retainers/etc. Those 10,000RPM springs from Kameari might do the trick

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  2. Wow. I find something new to buy everyday and today is no exception.

    Thanks for the tip!

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  3. 9,800RPM sounds nice, but personally I'm more interested in how they got it to handle so nicely. I mean, Konis and Nismo ARBs are not enough to make it stick as it does. I'm wondering what kind of geometry it runs.

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  4. Mmm Kameari.. not exactly the cheapest brand around. But some of those crazy japs make in excess of 300bhp with those parts. I guess it's all down to cam & headwork. And matching all parts perfectly together, down to the length of the intake runners etc etc. And a little bit of magic too.

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  5. That's crazy I had heard an L28 crank can only withstand 8500 rpms

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  6. Gotta be some crazy voodoo balancing going on.

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  8. 0-100 mph in 4 secs , that must be a mistake !

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