SR20 ITBS FOR SALE

February 6, 2013

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Here are the SR20 quad throttle bodies that I have for sale as photographed by Keisuke.

I purchased these from Japan for use on my Sunny truck but have since gone to FCR carbs as seen below

What you get:
AE101 20V 4AGE throttle bodies
Factory linkages and throttle cam
Custom polished alloy SR20 manifold which has built in water outlets
New fittings for each inlet tube
Polished inlet trumpets

If more images are needed I can supply at request.
Contact me here by leaving a message, please no window shoppers
I’m after NZ$650 for the above and I am happy to post internationally for those with a strong FX rate

C’S GARAGE FABRICATION

November 22, 2012


I went out to the garage on the weekend to hang out whilst the s13 and Hugo’s AE got some work done to them. Joel and Josh were busy wiring up the recently swapped SR20 into the S13 and Adam was plugging away at the new front end on the AE. I haven’t been out there in a while now as they’re quite far from where I live but it was awesome to see the progress. Go and like the FB page or visit the blog

Sunday was a day of first starts as at the same time as myself and my friend Nick started his race motorcycle two stroke for the first time, Joel and Josh nudged the SR into life, success! Can’t wait to see this driving again.

Whilst I’m posting, I did some 555 knuckle product shots for Joel and Adam a while back and Joel dropped some graphics over them. They look good, right! I suggest you include some GOGOGO in your life for added awesome.

Before you get too excited, let me just say there’s still a long list of small bullshit things to do on this thing before I can properly drive it. It does however have suspension with heavier springs up front, functioning brakes and a handbrake, radiator mounts (it has cardboard protecting the fins so I don’t leave it on the car outside), a clutch, POR15’d crossmember, new ball joints and suspension bolts, rust and a dented body haha. After fitting the suspension, bleeding the brakes and riveting on the radiator support panel I thought what the hell, time to put it on the ground for some inspiration. My wallet is cowering at the thought of cutting rust, paint and certification so I can drive it on the road. Time to start saving!

Rick Bone, the man behind NZ’s fastest KB110 is upping the power with a SR20DET! Apparently the 250HP A15 wasn’t enough of an animal and aims for a conservative and reliable 300HP by the way of a dry sump setup, Tomei cams and springs, injectors, Eagle rods and JE pistons. Something tells me that it may be a bit overkill for just 300HP and more will come when it’s dialled in but we will see. Rick says the plan is to race in NZGT or GT2 depending on how fast it goes and will be starting with 300HP at the wheels with no weight restrictions. A little bit disappointed the A15 got the boot I asked if there were plans for it to go back in the future and Rick replied saying he hopes to return it back to it’s original form at some stage. I’m unsure what he has done with the rear end but I think the H165 that was in there before has remained, fingers crossed it hangs in there as I will be testing the durability of them soon enough too.  The car will be at Nisfest as well as on the track throughout the season if anyone wants to stop in to watch some new car hammering. Thanks to Rick and Nicky for the photos and I wait eagerly for it’s debut.