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Old 02-05-2014, 09:58 PM   #1
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you must have been living under a rock.
cause the VE head swap has been around for YEARS.
When goin for big power, If people arent doing the o so typical LSx swapped 240, its goin for the rev happy VE head swap onto the SR RWD block. (that is if they dont elect for a 2jz or RB swap). The only reason LSx is just so popular is cause any guy in the US can just find a LS longblock in a junkyard haha. And since its a domestic, LOTS of easy parts and aftermarket parts.

I personally like the VE head swaps (no more rocker arm issues) over the other stuff just to show a 4 banger can hang wit the bigger cylinder fellas haha. If i ever got a better payin job id do a VE head swap as well lol.
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Old 02-06-2014, 02:29 AM   #3
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Ugh. I guess there is no "official" VE thread on here but they're are quite a few build threads covering this topic. I'm in the middle of my engine build right now.
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Old 02-06-2014, 10:35 AM   #5
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Nobody said it was new. Just isnt exactly common. Here and there yes on a webforum but not common.
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I'd have to say the BFE motorsports SR22VET set up is butt ugly tho. That intake manifold is just really ugly looking.

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Mine was somehow already posted in the original post, when it had the full-race manifold, but here are a couple of mine. Touge Factory is doing a killer job!


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Alright, well this thread is only worth having, if it at least gives some information and not just photos. This can be a thread to help people in building/sourcing parts for a VE engine. Here is a slight breakdown on my engine setup. It is still unfinished, as you can see from the photos above, but here is what it consists of so far.

Head!
Mazworx Fully Built p11 sr20ve head
CNC ported combustion chambers
Competion race 5 angle valve job
Supertech everything:
Supertech 116lb dual valve springs
Supertech Titanium retainers
Supertech valve guides
Supertech Inner valve spring seats
Supertech +1mm oversized valves.
Gasket matched and opened up exhaust ports to match intake ports
P12 cams
Greddy Adjustable Cam Gears
P12 valve cover
P12 OEm Nissan coil pack cover
P12 cam angle sencor
New OEM guides
Mazworx 1/2" headstuds

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Mazworx stroked SR20 Block
CP Piston 90mm 9.0:1
CROWER I-Beam Rods
Power Enterprise 90mm head gasket with fire ring
Calico Coated ACL Bearings for Main, Rods, and Thrust Washers
ARP Main Studs
New OEM Nissan Oil Pump
Darton Ductile Iron Sleeves
New OEM Nissan SR20 Crankshaft
Nismo Pilot Roller Bearing
Oil Groove Machining
19mm Rod Bearing Machining
Check, Polish, Balance Crank
All new OEM Nissan freeze/block plugs.
ATI Damper Pulley
Mazworx Water Pump Block Off Plate
Mazworx Dry Sump Setup
Naprec Power Steering pump Bracket

Exhaust Setup!
Custom TF Works dual wastegate T4 twin scroll bottom mount exhaust manifold
Precision Turbo 5862 twin scroll ceramic ball bearing turbo
Dual Tial 38mm wastegates

Intake Setup!
Custom TF Works Intake manifold
Billet 90mm Throttle Body
Injector Dynamics 2000cc injectors (running E85 fuel)

Electronics Engine Support!
Custom TF Works Wire Harness
AEM Pencil Coils
Davies Craig Electronic water pump & controller
New OEM Quest Alternator
ProEFI Pro128 Standalone ECU

Transmission Setup!
Mazworx Z33 Transmission to SR20 Bracket
Mazworx Z33 Machined Transmission
OS Giken 6-speed Gear set
Tilton Hydraulic Release Bearing Kit
Exedy Triple Plate Clutch

If you have any questions on my setup, just ask.

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Is there a few definitive VE engine threads that you guys would recommend for the fundamentals?
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Is there a few definitive VE engine threads that you guys would recommend for the fundamentals?
There are a number of good build threads that are doing VE engines, that are definitely worth taking a look at. They offer a range of different parts, styles, purposes, and budgets. I'm sure I missed a few, but here are the threads I could think of.

rbs14kouki - http://zilvia.net/f/builds-builds-on...vet-cd009.html
Imarvin240 - http://zilvia.net/f/builds-builds-on...car-build.html
CaBS - http://zilvia.net/f/builds-builds-on...sx-sxd180.html
CaBS - http://zilvia.net/f/builds-builds-on...egistered.html
blackdragon328 - http://zilvia.net/f/builds-builds-on...per-build.html
jr_ss - http://zilvia.net/f/builds-builds-on...y-sr20vet.html
Lockiess - http://zilvia.net/f/builds-builds-on...kicked-yo.html
R4Race - http://zilvia.net/f/builds-builds-on...x-sr23vet.html
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build thread for the owner of taarks
who also sells the conversion parts
lots of good info
Taarks SR20VET 518.3hp Project - See last page for updates - Hardtuned.net

bunch of different vvl set ups from australia and good info
SR20V SR16VE SR20VE ROLL CALL - Hardtuned.net
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Mine is still in pieces. :/ Yes that's a P12 head.
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yup. Dat p12 valve covers are Le Sex.

imarvin i see you got tomei solid lifters on that VE head swap. I thought the sole purpose wit doin the VE head swap was for no longer needing to worry about rocker arm issues and the obvious fact that VE heads flow even more better. So without those rocker issues, cant you rev the shit outta of those VE heads already even wit their stock lifters?
Or are they just to make it further boss haha?

thanks for all the nice links to the builds guys.
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yup. Dat p12 valve covers are Le Sex.

imarvin i see you got tomei solid lifters on that VE head swap. I thought the sole purpose wit doin the VE head swap was for no longer needing to worry about rocker arm issues and the obvious fact that VE heads flow even more better. So without those rocker issues, cant you rev the shit outta of those VE heads already even wit their stock lifters?
Or are they just to make it further boss haha?

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Nah, that was a typo on my part (my DE engine has tomei solid lifters, not my VE engine). But yes, you can rev the the life out of a VE head.
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It isn't just the valve cover. lmao Look at the intake ports, you'll see it isn't a P11 head. Does anyone know where I can get valve springs for a P12 head? They are completely different. :/
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It isn't just the valve cover. lmao Look at the intake ports, you'll see it isn't a P11 head. Does anyone know where I can get valve springs for a P12 head? They are completely different. :/
I would talk to Mazworx or Raw Brokerage. I'm pretty sure Mazworx uses a P12 head on their drag S15.
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P12 valve springs are pretty hard to come by. I know a guy had some made but I think he sold all 12 sets he had made. You can add the inner spring from the P11 into the stock P12 spring to help.
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As far as OEM springs, the P12 single springs are actually stiffer than the P11 dual setup, if I recall correctly.
It is also possible to convert to the P11 dual setup, as long as one uses the all the valve parts from the P11 head.
I am in the middle of installing springs and retainers in my VE right now.

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Where is everyone sourcing their P12 heads at? I've seen very few places with them.
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Thanks for starting this thread. I keep seeing ppl mention VET builds, but I never knew where to start looking for info. Now I got some reading to do!Forgive my ignorance, guys... But I just wiki'd the SR20VET to compare it to the DET and I have a question:Wiki rated the VET at 276hp using the GT2560rs... Is that the same turbo we commomly refer to as the shitty little T25 with the 14psi limit?! If so, at what stock psi does that motor run to achieve that 276hp? I'm guessing a VET setup with an S15 GT2860RS is how all the JDM tuners in the Hot Version videos are hitting like claims of 380hp for what they call 'fairly cheap while using OEM parts'. I always thought they were bullshitting...
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Where is everyone sourcing their P12 heads at? I've seen very few places with them.
Talk to Mazworx or Raw Brokerage. Those would probably be your best bet.

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Thanks for starting this thread. I keep seeing ppl mention VET builds, but I never knew where to start looking for info. Now I got some reading to do!Forgive my ignorance, guys... But I just wiki'd the SR20VET to compare it to the DET and I have a question:Wiki rated the VET at 276hp using the GT2560rs... Is that the same turbo we commomly refer to as the shitty little T25 with the 14psi limit?! If so, at what stock psi does that motor run to achieve that 276hp? I'm guessing a VET setup with an S15 GT2860RS is how all the JDM tuners in the Hot Version videos are hitting like claims of 380hp for what they call 'fairly cheap while using OEM parts'. I always thought they were bullshitting...
Nah, that's a different turbo then the factory S13 sr20det turbo. Besides that, doing a VE conversion isn't really a fairly cheap way to make power. Just the items to do the conversion will cost you thousands. The same amount of money into a det engine will more then likely get you 380hp+, but standard det engine will never be as strong or capable of making more power then the VE head. The VE head offers TONS of benifits (larger ports, larger valves, roller rockers, variable valve lift and timing, ect.), with only one negative...cost. Basically, the VE head is the best choice, if you have the money/time.
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I would talk to Mazworx or Raw Brokerage. I'm pretty sure Mazworx uses a P12 head on their drag S15.
Im pretty sure mazworx use a p11

Stock for stock p12 flow better but p11 have more potential when ported (that was from an othee thread !
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Most available aftermarket performance parts are only available for the P11 heads. The P12 heads uses different valve springs, retainers, guides, seals, valves etc. The exhaust ports are exactly the same on both P11 and P12 vs the intake is slightly different in port dimensions and bolt on locations.

The main difference that would make the P12 head "flow" better is that it uses a smaller diameter valve stem 5.5mm vs most SR's that use 6mm.
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ive always wanted to do this but get psyched out when I read whats involved in doing it.
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Cant wait to see result with the new hypertune bottom mount manifold

Even Under Suzuki will run it on is s15
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