Post the best engine for each configuration.
N/A I4: Toyota 2.7L
mazda skyactiv-g 2.0 is better
>they didn't put the 2.5 in the ND
I get that they wanted it to be light, but I wish they at least had it as an option, like how the 1.5 is the base engine in asia and yuropoor
V8: Chevy Small Block, any gen.
Jack of all trades, master of pretty much all of them
The voodoo is such a fucking
god damn ford
You put boost on an LS: Engine doesn't quit before 1100hp.
You put boost on a Hemi: engine doesn't quit before 1000hp.
You show me anyone who's taken a Mod motor over 1000hp on the stock internals.
Besides, I haven't seen any Mod motor crack 600 without boost - and there's the problem.
If you want n/a, you'll want an LS or Hemi (probably Hemi) because they severely outflow the Mod. Stock Hemi heads can flow upward of 300cfm, with well-ported ones into the 370cfm range. Only thing approaching that would be a Ford Racing FR500 head, that thing flows 300cfm unported and maybe 340cfm ported. Most Ford heads flow between 160 and 260 cfm tops.
So you don't want n/a. Great. If you want more than 600-800(depending on who you ask), you'll want forged internals, which are about as expensive as a slew of mods that'd get the LS/Hemi to crack 1100.
tl;dr Mod motor a shit
Nope, S54B32 in CSL spec.
3.2 liter motor outputting close to 370 bhp.
N1-rb26dett is the daddy. It's the block from the SuperGT, also delivered in the Vspec 2 Nur edition. (and Mine's used it for their insane BNR34)
nope, ford 300.
fuck your horsepower.
Actually my Ford camper ran a similar 5 liter straight 6 engine.
Towed 6 tonnes up a mountain.
But it is ALWAYS very very thirsty, 100 litres will get you 180-183 miles if you're lucky.
heh, nice to see my thread got remade with a better-defined OP
No engine comes close to its durability and output especially for the time. And it sounds fucking AMAZING. Not to mention it was produced longer than any other I6, even longer than the AMC I6--even if you don't count the last two remodels.
I love the Volvo T5, but god damn that Audi engine is strong. 600hp on stock internals isn't unheard of, and 1000hp can be done with better internals.
I love 'em both, but the Audi takes it in my opinion.
N/A Flat 4: VW aircooled
Everything needed to run except a fuel tank and battery is in this picture.
Keep up with the oil changes and valves on a stock one, it'll run for a long time. Or go crazy with a higher displacement one, get turbos and mods and tell everybody to get rekt at the dragstrip.
My nigga. But let me make some changes.
N/A I3: Suzuki K10B
N/A I4: Honda K20A
N/A H4: Subaru FA20D
N/A I5: Honda G25A
N/A I6: BMW S52B32
N/A V6: Nissan VQ37VHR
N/A H6: Porsche 3.8
N/A V8 Cross-plane: Nissan VK45DE
N/A V8 Flat-plane: Ferrari Tipo 131
N/A H8: Porsche 3.0 (908)
N/A V10: Toyota 1LR-GUE
N/A V12: Ferrari Tipo 040 4.7 (F50)
N/A H12: Porsche Type 912 (917)
Turbo I3: Suzuki K6A
Turbo I4: Mitsubishi 4G63T
Turbo H4: Subaru EJ207
Turbo I5: Audi ADU (2.2 20V - RS2)
Turbo I6: Toyota 2JZ-GTE
Turbo H6: Porsche 3.8
Turbo V6: VR38DETT
Turbo V8: Mercedes-Benz M119
Turbo V12: Mercedes-Benz M158
Turbo H12: Porsche Type 912 (917/30)
That's not a 606 mane
I own a non-CSL S54. Seriously have no interest in ever putting her aside.
Those sexy fucking air boxes too. There was one on the E46 Owner's Facebook for $2,100. I couldn't do it though. Getting a new bumper cover and overhauling the cooling system and other various gaskets in and around the engine is setting me back enough already.