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Old 15-04-2013, 02:37 AM   #1
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This is a good read for all our engines

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_RB_engine

Might be worth a sticky!!!
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Old 25-04-2013, 04:57 PM   #2
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"RB20E - single-cam (96 to 110 kW (130 to 145 ps) @ 5600 rpm, 167 to 181 Nm (17 to 18,5 kgfm) @ 4400 rpm)"

It's a good resource that I've used a lot but in all my years of Skyline ownership and research wikipedia is the only place that ever listed the rb20e as up to 145ps. As much as I love mine (not for acceleration obviously) that 15ps just isin't there. I think the Nissan Crew's rb20e still had 130ps and that was ten years after the R33's went out of production. Wonder where they got that figure from.

I like this site for car specs - http://www.cars-directory.net/specs/nissan/skyline/
R32 GTS-t and R33 GTS25 are both listed as 1320kg. It's plausible but can the R32's turbo paraphernalia really make it weigh the same as the slightly heavier R33 chassis?
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