November 13, 2007

VH45DE, the engine swap your 240sx wants!

Filed under: Nissan News / Infiniti News — greg @ 9:37 pm

Swapping a V8 into a Nissan 240sx may not have seemed feasible ten years ago when the last 240sx rolled into the U.S. However, times have indeed changed. These days any manner of V8, V6, and inline 6 or 4 cylinder worthy of building up has found its way into the engine bay of the venerable 240sx.

One thing still remains a rarity though, swapping a Nissan-badged V8 into a 240sx! Well, not for Jerry M. of Miami Florida – NICO screen name gs14racer. Jerry is the proud owner of a 1995 S14 240sx and he’s no stranger to the platform! This is his third S14 in the past 4 years; his last one had a Nissan SR20DET motor with approx 360whp, and was used at multiple track events! Jerry’s current car is the real deal though, boasting 4.5 liters of Nissan V8 goodness, with a power plant found in a US-Spec 90-95 Infiniti Q45 or non-US Market 89-01 Nissan President. Jerry’s no slouch when it comes to re-working nearly everything on the car, for a unique and definitely remarkable ride!

Check out the rest of Jerry’s build here:   240sx V8 Swap

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