We recently built one of our Stage One RB26 engines for an R33 GT-R so we thought we would document it so everyone could see what goes into one of our built engines.
Chemical cleaned engine block, on the stand she goes.
Machine hone and finish hone.
Crankshaft polished, balanced and grub screwed.
Factory con rods with ARP bolts, Nitto pistons and ACL race series bearings.
Bottom end assembled with the parts above, new core plugs and fresh lick of paint.
Full cylinder head service.
ARP head studs fitted, Nitto head gasket and cylinder head fitted.
That’s the basic idea of what goes on behind one of our stage one engines.
They also include billet oil pump gears, Tomei sump baffles and our own internal oil control mods.
From here all the bolt ons are fitted along with new gaskets, seals, timing belt kit and water pump.
Then the engine is fitted to the car, run in on the dyno, fully tuned and delivered to the customer ready to drive.
This kind of engine will support up to 600hp at the wheels.