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In Topic: So I Bought a Block

28 October 2020 - 10:21 AM

Hello All,


Not many updates to report, the car has been in storage since we fired it up months ago.

I have been busy with another project taking priority but hope to get back on GTR in December.



The following are the 370z uprights and hubs along with custom ARP studs used with the GT1R carbon brakes 15” drag setup.




In Topic: So I Bought a Block

30 July 2020 - 10:57 AM

Amazing... your shop looks so clean and professional.  Jealous of what this will be!



Damn those an fittings look nice. I need me some of those lol

Thanks guys, a lot of attention to detail, everything has its place in my shops.
Speaking of details, I will be installing the T1 GT1R Carbon Rear Brake Kit that require the ARP extended studs. 
I am keeping the titanium front studs from phase 1 but want the rear to somewhat match.
I am not a big fan of the gold coating or the rounded bullet nose of the studs, enter Wabeco 5 Axis CNC Mill :)
I will send these studs to Richter Precision Inc. to have a Titankote™ C3 applied, should look good.

I found this link of the machine running:




In Topic: So I Bought a Block

25 July 2020 - 06:45 PM

GT1R Display Creator Calibration







In Topic: So I Bought a Block

25 July 2020 - 05:04 PM

I don't think it has been explicitly discussed. W

hat are your goals for this car? Not necessarily in terms of power but ET, trap speed, etc.


I don’t mean to be flippant, but I haven’t got that far yet lol.

Seriously though, with the addition of T1 15" carbon setup she should go into the 7s.

Although, I have a bad habit of playing things by ear.

In Topic: So I Bought a Block

25 July 2020 - 04:44 PM


Dude, this is one Bad Ass Build!!!! Much respect!!!!!


Can you share any info on the power adder?


Thanks man, I cannot tell you how much I have enjoyed this DIY build.  Full disclosure, I had PLENTY of support.

Speaking of support, next phase is tuning.  As I mentioned, I purchase the Motec M150 ECU from T1 with base tune loaded for startup, I can check that box off.  Wayne Potts remains the primary tuner and is a pro with Nitrous.  Wayne shared a dyno with and without the juice, enough said, I want it.  I’ll install the nitrous system when I fabricate the new charge tubes for the Vibrant clamping.  I’ll also install the new AMS throttle bodies that incorporate Vibrant adapters.  The Magnus mechanical pump will provide plenty of fuel so, only time will tell, to be continued…