It was a great weekend for Dynosty customers across multiple venues including Drag Racing, Drifting, and Road Racing. Big Congratulations to the following for their victories:
Friday, Willard took 1st place 6 Cylinder at the Frantic Friday competition at Mountain Park Dragway in his 2014 Nissan GT-R built and tuned by Dynosty running MoTeC M1 standalone.
Saturday, Jonathan put on a show in Memphis, TN at the State of Drift competition and secured the win. Jonathan pilots a bright green 350Z powered by a turbocharged LS1 V8 engine with Holley EFI.
Photo credit Bob Frankfuter
Sunday, Aaron of Winning Formula won 3 out of 3 NASA PTE races at the new NCM Motorsports Park. Aaron drives a Mazda Miata with newly installed and tuned Haltech Elite 1500 with Racepak dash.
Photo credit Logan Legrand
Dynosty is the Nissan specialist with many years of development and building Nissan VQ and VR series engines. Contact Dynosty when you are in need of a new engine for your Nissan 350Z, Nissan 370Z or R35 Nissan GT-R. We have you covered from naturally aspirated factory rebuild or a high performance 1000+hp setup. Built motor packages range from assembled short block to complete engine packages with heads, timing systems, pans, covers ready to drop in.
Other engines include 4 6 and 8 cylinder engines both import and domestic, such as Chevrolet LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6, LS7, LSX, Honda K20, Nissan VG, RB, SR, VQ, VR,Toyota 2JZ-GTE, 3SGTE, and more.
Contact Dynosty today to get your performance engine build started.
If you were unable to attend TX2K13, here are some pictures of what you missed in Houston Texas. The TX2K event continues to grow and is a great time to see fast cars on the road course, dyno, drag strip and the street. As usual, the event featured plenty of heavily modified turbo Toyota Supras, countless Nissan GTRs, twin turbo Lamborghinis, Ferraris and more.
We had the honor of dyno tuning one of the cleanest R32 GT-Rs in existence. A Precision 6265 Turbo provides nearly 20psi of boost in order to achieve 440+WHP and 300+TQ on 93octane pump gas. Vipec engine management was chosen to replace the stock computer, along with other supporting modifications. Watch out for this show-ready street car!
Smooth sounds came from the twin-turbo inline 6 cylinder Nissan on the dyno today. HKS twin turbos fed a built RB26DETT transplanted from an R32 GTR into a Nissan 240SX. With Tomei, Greddy and Apexi parts found throughout the engine bay, power came on smooth and strong. Hal was able to dial in the AEM EMS nicely and took the car from barely-running upon arrival to 450+whp on 93octane pump gas. Looking forward to future updates from this car on the road course.
Dyno Dynamics dyno chart, comparing 14psi and 17psi
1996 S14 240SX with R32 RB26DETT Engine Swap
The dyno portion of TX2K12 was hosted at Hennessey Performance. With a 2WD Dynojet and an AWD Dyno Dynamics both going, it was common to hear a turbo spool up as the other dyno was spinning down.
Single Turbo Supra on the 2wd Dynojet:
Widebody GTR loading on the AWD Dyno Dynamics:
Where else would you find a Twin Turbo Ferrari accompanied by a Twin Turbo Lamborghini and a Supra with wheelie bars?
Single Turbo 2JZ-GTE Powered Honda S2000: