This is my Nissan Pulsar GTi-R. My dream car since I've gotten into cars and opened up a car magazine with the heading "GTiR...WRX KILLER" Immediately this caught my attention and I didn't like WRX's cos of it's popularity and I'm not the type to follow the crowds and trends.
In stock trim here are the engine specs below. Not bad for a car that weighs approx 1200 kgs with an AWD drivetrain. Let's also not forget the quad throttle bodies that come stock as well. It is a cult car that's not in everyone's taste but thats what makes it so special. It's as if Nissan said 'F**k it, let's shoehorn a GTR into a hatchback' hehehe.
Engine Model: SR20DET (54C version)
Engine Type: 16 valve DOHC 4 cylinder, with intercooled turbocharger
Bore & Stroke: 86 x 86mm
Compression Ratio: 8.3:1
Control System: Electronic Port Injection
Turbo: Garret TB2804 (T3/T25 combination)
Compressor: 60mm, 60trim in .60A/R
Turbine: 53mm, 79trim in .86A/R
Max Turbo Pressure: 550mmHg (10.6psi / 0.73bar)
Max Power: 230ps (169kw/227hp) / 6400rpm [Euro: 220hp (164kw)]
Max Torque: 29kgm (284Nm) / 4800rpm [Euro: 27.2kgm (267Nm)]
It looks stock just the way I like it, please don't tell me to get bigger rims as I prefer it to look subtle and not attract attention from the men in blue. I will upgrade my rims and lower my ride once my brakes are not adaquate to stop the car with increased power requiring a brake upgrade. But at the moment they're sweet to handle more than 150kW at all 4 wheels with PLENTY more to come :)
My car when i first bought it, it's stock besides the HKS air filter and Apexi blow off valve.
Then the front mount intercooler came on along with a 3" dump pipe from the turbo to a 3" hi-flow cat to a 3" Kakimoto cat back exhaust. I had also upgraded the fuel pump to a R33GTR spec with a Malpassi Fuel Pressure Regulator. I've also have a Turbosmart dual stage boost controller. High boost set at a moderate 14.5psi/1.0 bar.
Decided to make the car look cooler with dark tinted windows.
Big Brother, Little Brother....My car with my brothers Honda CRX