What are the Best Nissan Engine Models for Motorsport drifting?

JDM Nissan Drifting Engine Specs

2023 Nissan Z Specs

Within Japan, Nissan is known as the "Fairlady" Z Version ST which comes with the VR30DDTT assembled in japan, Kaminokawa and unveiled in December 2021 a motorsport race track named Fuji Speedway located at the foothills of Mount Fuji. Fuji Speedway was established in 1963.

The VR30DDTT engine spec is the seventh generation drifting Nissan Z Spec with a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 and manual gearbox with 400 horsepower.

The base price of the 2023 Nissan Z is around $35,000. The 2023 Nissan Z’s nemesis is the Toyota GR Supra with a base price of $43,000.

1989-2000 JDM JAPAN Nissan’s Fairlady Z (Z32) VG30DETT Specs

Nissan 300ZX with driver Michael Scherr in Germany featured the VG30DETT engine in drift competition. The engine was first introduced in the 1987 Nissan MID4-II as a concept car.

The letters VG stand for the series produced from 1983-2004 and the 30 means displacement of 3.0L. The D means Dual Overhead Cam Valvetrain and E stands for Electronic Fuel Injection with TT for Twin Turbos.

1990-1996 JDM USA Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo Specs

The Nissan Z's Cars became so popular they sold over one million in sales in 1990 with the block being made out of iron and had aluminum heads and the engine was only available in the United States until 1996.

1985 JDM Nissan’s CA18DET

Nissan first introduced the engine in the Euroform Twincam Turbo in 1985.

later this engine was seen in cars like the JDM Nissan Silvia S12 RS-X, and JDM Nissan Silvia/180SX S13. Within the UK (United Kingdom), the CA18DET was looked down on when compared to the SR20DET engine.

1985-2004 RB Engine (RB26) RB25DE Specs

The head is made from aluminum alloy and has been seen in Japan’s most impressive supercars like the Nissan GT-R. Depending on the engine a few have been rebuilt by Nissan's NISMO production team. RB engines are very well known in the JDM automotive world because of their power band going over 500 horsepower. The less powerful engine known as the RB20DET was used in the Nissan Fairlady 200ZR. RB20DET is a single turbo with around 246 horsepower when compared to the RB26DETT producing around 395 horsepower.

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