Posts Tagged ‘6-speed’

Well here it is, time to sell everything! Copied from my post on Zilvia:

As you may know, I am getting ready to swap in an LS3 over the winter. Considering nothing from this setup will be utilized for the V8 swap, I want to try and sell it as a complete drop-in swap… basically from the FMIC all the way back to the driveshaft and everything in between. This will be great for someone who is planning on an SR swap and is going to do a lot of top notch aftermarket to go along with it. It will save you a lot money in the long run. Drop it in and go, no tuning needed etc.

The fist dollar amount represents what I paid for everything. When I bought the stuff, I bought it for the cheapest I could find it at the time. All items were brand new at the time except for the motor and transmission of course. The dollar amount on the right represents a fair used price of what I would ask if I was parting it out. Keep in mind, all parts are in mint condition, as seen in pics. If I can’t sell this thing as an entire package, then I will start to part it out. So these used prices will give you a really good idea of what I will be asking if that time comes.

With the purchase I will be including a brand new Wiring Specialties engine swap harness for your particular chassis. Mine is very specific to my vehicle and it will just be easier on everyone if I include a new one. I will most likely include the fuel pump(R33 GTR) and radiator fans(Spal) since I will probably need to run something different anyway. I didn’t bother pricing in the little crap like the Turbo XS manual boost controller, new OEM water pump, oil pump etc. Nor the Gallery Fresh dress up bolts, as I feel those are for appearance purposes only and I don’t expect to get anything for them. This setup also has full working A/C with the R134 compressor. It will include the custom lines to work in the S13 chassis.

So just to give you an idea, I have right at $19,000 into this list. Fair market used value comes out to $12,310. I am asking $11,000 as a package deal or OBO. Please post, PM or email me at: Toby.Broadfield@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Also, please feel free to post if you have interest in a part or want to call dibs. This will help give me an idea of how much interest I have if it comes down to parting it out.

  • $3500/$2900 S15 engine w/6-speed trans; no more than 65,000 miles
  • $1500/$1000 Apexi Power FC D-Jetro(w/MAP and intake sensors) Tuned for 400whp and 333wtq
  • $1400/$800 Blitz twin disc clutch/flywheel
  • $500/$300 Driveshaft Shop aluminum driveshaft
  • $950/$600 Greddy FMIC
  • $375/$200 Greddy oil pan
  • $690/$350 Greddy radiator
  • $340/$100 Greddy aluminum pulleys
  • $50/$20 Greddy 4” intake filter
  • $550/$350 Greddy intake manifold
  • $550/$400 70mm throttle body N15
  • $120/$75 Tomei N15 throttle body adapter
  • $1350/$950 Garrett twin scroll GT3076R .78 A/R
  • $1500/$1000 Full Race twin scroll manifold
  • $349/$200 Full Race downpipe
  • $220/$130 Blitz downpipe
  • $99/$40 Full Race dump tube
  • $349/$200 Tial 44mm wastegate
  • $219/$130 Tial 50mm BOV
  • $550/$300 PE 850cc injectors
  • $400/$250 Splitfire coil packs
  • $530/$300 Toda 264 cams
  • $225/$100 Toda valve springs
  • $110/$50 PE Kevlar belts
  • $148/$80 Brian Crower titanium retainers
  • $69/$30 Tomei rocker arm stoppers
  • $40/$29 Golden Eagle vacuum box
  • $115/$60 Billet oil filter relocate
  • $109/$60 Samco radiator hoses
  • $350/$200 Hose techniques couplers and t-bolt clamps
  • $30/$15 Custom 4” intake pipe
  • $50/$20 Custom 2-1/4” hot side piping
  • $75/$30 Custom 3” cold side piping
  • $225/$150 T1 crankcase breather box
  • $1100/$600 All custom Earls braided nylon lines w/Earls AN fittings: fuel, pressure, oil, coolant etc.
  • ??? Gallery Fresh anodized bolts
  • ??? Turbo XS manual boost controller
  • $125/$80 Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator w/Earls inline fuel filter
  • $100/$40 Custom short throw shifter w/titanium shift knob

 

The following pictures were taken by Nate Hassler of Modified Magazine:

I have been talking back and forth the last month with a good friend of mine about buying his motor.  He has a mint 98′ S14 with the same motor as me (S15 w/6-speed).  He bought a junk S13 shell last year that also has a stock S15 and 6-speed.  Obviously the plan was to build the motor out of the S13 and then toss it in the S14.  All the while he could be driving the S14.  So he bought all of the engine parts, balanced the crank, had all of the machine work done etc.  It basically just needs assembled.  Luke being Luke, he took on another project in the meantime…… making a monster of a Jeep Rubicon.  It seems Jeep’N is his true passion, so with the nudging of his wife, it looks as though he will be getting rid of all the Nissan stuff.  So it appears I will be picking up this fully built S15 long block hopefully early next year.  Slap my Full Race kit on it and away I go to the dyno.  At the point I swap the motors, I will really need to think long and hard about whether or not I want to tub the wells and shave the bay.  Then do a “full” wire tuck.  I have a decent tuck as it is, but I would want to completely tuck the main engine harness behind the motor, instead of out of the stock location on the firewall.  How it sits now:

Then maybe do something different with the “theme” of the bay.  Painted valve cover, maybe painted piping etc.  Who knows, but I always like change and keeping things fresh.  I really wish I could of done the Russell Pro Classic AN fittings when I did my bay.  But even now, there still isn’t enough fitting options to even remotely do everything in my bay like it is currently with the Earl’s.

Russell Pro Classic for reference: