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|08-29-2012, 09:45 PM||#96|
sorry it took a while without updates, our R&D team got interrupted and worked on a few Landspeed car builds, they went well at Bonneville.
so back on track. we developed the oil pan and headers for the S14. fits very well, but very tight fit too.
we will have these sample made and will test the production in about 4 -5 weeks.
the development for the LS1 swap for S14 got most of the parts done. only thing that still need to work on is electric stuff.
so far these are the parts have been done:
|08-29-2012, 10:40 PM||#98|
that S14 will be going through a major facelift after the developments are done.
|08-29-2012, 11:21 PM||#100|
|08-31-2012, 07:09 AM||#101|
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I hope you offer a different pan for a dry sump setup option. I think that may be more reasonable for some of hte more extreme drift setups and especially track oriented setups.. dont want no engine kabooms and they can be common with these motors in race situations... dry sump is a must in my opinion for the type of Gs I pull...
|08-31-2012, 10:59 AM||#102|
but honestly, a dry sump costs a few $K, not an affordable solution for most of the people. an accusump system, combined with our oil pan would be more practical and costs affective
|10-05-2012, 07:03 AM||#108|
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You all should consider doing VK56 AND VQ35/37 swap kits or at least mounts w/accessorie brakets, we need more variety options...
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|10-05-2012, 09:07 PM||#109|
id be willing to by one of these pans but theres no way for it to "support" the trans, and i keep seeing stuff on forums and books that the pans do support the trans to motor fitment. but i have seen your style of pan in a hot rod so idk.
you have great fab skills and these parts look very good
|10-23-2012, 03:17 PM||#110|
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Hey guys, here's a question for you,
Will you be able to mate Z33 6 speed to an LS1, make an adapter plate, make sure clutch, and flywheel and all that works as well? It's been done with a Z32 tranny, but its only 5 speed and real old now.
Because it seems like its way easier to find and LSx engine compared to T56 tranny, Z33 6 speeds are plenty strong and like 1/3 of a price of a T56.
Think about it, Ill be the first one to order that kit.
Gee Spot Garage, doing things you don't.
|12-14-2012, 10:57 PM||#120|
Sorry we have been so busy and so many projects, got some delay on making the production samples.
we finally got the test samples in and tested fitment. EVERYTHING works like a champ, drops in and fits perfectly. here are some pictures (we developed this kit on a S14 chassis, 1st tested on a S13, works, we will test it on the S14, but we believe the kit will fit both):
Dropping the LS1 motor in a S13:
Oil Pan Fits, has clearance all around. Does NOT need for a sway bar spacer or cut cross member. the motor just sits perfectly in the S13 chassis!!
Forgot to add a oil drain plug, will have it on production run.
other views of the oil pan:
Views of engine mounts, drivers side:
Views of headers, driver side (3rd runner is NOT hitting the frame, has almost 1/2 clearance there):