Nissan S15 With A VR38DETT

Nissan S15 With A R35 VR38DETT

Although Nissan has been making the R35 since 2008, it’s still rare to see swaps using its amazing VR38DETT engine. So far I have only seen a few other projects using it. MB Automotive and Drift Street Imports’ Nissan S15 is the second. Behind the 3.8 L twin-turbo V6 is a Quaife 69G six-speed sequential gearbox. The engine is upgraded with 1000 cc injectors and is controlled by a Syvecs S8 ECU.

Nissan S15 With A R35 VR38DETT

Nissan S15 With A R35 VR38DETT

Source: MB Automotive Drift Team’s Facebook page and VR38S15 Facebook page

Razorback Racing’s V8 Powered MGB

Razorback Racing MGB with a 408 ci Chevy V8

Steve Griffiths of Razorback Racing built this MGB for $1,890 to compete in the Grassroots Motorsports $2014 challenge. The engine is a 408 ci Chevy V8 and helped the car set a quarter-mile in 11.2 seconds and place fourth overall in the competition.

Source: Grass Roots Motorsports

Goodwin Competition’s Twin Supercharged V8

Goodwin Competition Twin 4.0 L Whipple supcharged 2000 horsepower V8

Goodwin Competition brought one of their wildest engines to PRI 2014. This is their 650 ci V8 with two 4.0 L Whipple supercharger which makes 2,000 horsepower on 93 octane. The engine debuted in 2013 and is primarily used in boat racing but nothing says you can’t stick one of these monsters in your hatchback. But bring your pot of gold with you because they start at $125,000.

Goodwin Competition Twin 4.0 L Whipple supcharged 2000 horsepower V8

Goodwin Competition Twin 4.0 L Whipple supcharged 2000 horsepower V8

Source: BangShift

Motorcycle Powered By A Lamborghini V12

Motorcycle with a Lamborghini V12

At a recent Caffeine and Octane meet in Alpharetta, Georgia someone showed up with a Lamborghini V12 motorcycle. I love how the camera turns around to see where the engine noise was coming from. I am trying to find out more information about it. If anyone knows more please contact us.

Motorcycle with a Lamborghini V12

Motorcycle with a Lamborghini V12

Motorcycle with a Lamborghini V12

Source: CrumpledPhoto Youtube channel via BoldRide via CarScoops

Rudezon Is A Two-stroke V8 Powered Volvo Amazon

Rudezon - Volvo Amazon with two-stroke Evinrude 300XP V8

Someone in Sweden is building a Volvo Amazon on a full tube frame and powering it with a two-stroke Evinrude 300XP V8. The exhaust wasn’t built that way just to look wild (which it does). Each tube contains an expansion chamber which helps increase power by improving volumetric efficiency. This will be a very fun project watch progress.

tank going into Rudezon - Volvo Amazon with two-stroke Evinrude V8

Rudezon - Volvo Amazon with two-stroke Evinrude 300XP V8

Rudezon - Volvo Amazon with two-stroke Evinrude 300XP V8

Source: Rudezon Facebook page via Salt Slush Racing

1996 Supra With A 1JZ-GTE

1996 Toyota Supra with 1JZ-GTE

A lot of Mark IV Supra owners either have a turbocharged 2JZ or want one. For example this 1996 Supra came from Toyota with a naturally aspirated 2JZ-GE but the new owner never intended on keeping it. Instead he wanted to swap it for a 2JZ-GTE. But after doing research he found the 2JZ-GTE was too expensive and affordable versions were missing important components. So he decided to use a 1JZ-GTE. Another benefit of using a 1JZ-GTE is the owner had always wanted to run a single turbo and the 3rd generation version came from the factory with a single turbo.

1996 Toyota Supra with 1JZ inline-six

1996 Toyota Supra with 1JZ inline-six

1996 Toyota Supra with 1JZ inline-six

1996 Toyota Supra with 1JZ inline-six

1996 Toyota Supra with 1JZ inline-six

Source: JDM Style Tuning

1951 Ford Tractor With A Flathead V8

1951 Ford Tractor With A 8BA Flathead V8

This is a 1951 Ford 8N tractor with a 100 horsepower 8BA Ford flathead V8. It was built with a Awesome Henry kit, which are used to swap early 1950’s Ford flathead V8s into any N-series Ford tractor. This has probably lost most of its usefulness as a tractor and but I still would love to own it.

1951 Ford Tractor With A 8BA Flathead V8

Source: OppositeLock