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RB Powered S14.5 from Denver

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Hey everyone!

My name is Justin West and I am new to the group. I am from Denver, CO and I am interested in all kinds of cars having been brought up in muscle cars and recently finished building my first JDM project a 96' Nissan S14 with a S15 front end and powered by a stroked and slightly larger bore RB20det. I have always loved learning about engines and mechanical operations on automobiles but never took the plunge to learn to tune on my own. I just recently upgraded my ecu from a PFC to an AEM Infinity and rather than paying for another tune I decided to go this route. I always like having as much control over my builds as possible and for me this is the next step in my education. Depending on how this goes I may even decide to tune as a side business.

I'm looking forward to getting to know you all and learning with you. P.S. I attached a few pictures of my car in case you care. I still need to tune suspension but I have adjusted ride height recently and still working on finishing the engine bay (rad support etc.) but it's mostly complete now.



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Is that an LQ9 coil conversion?

Welcome to HPA, that is a good looking S14.5

Hey Chris, thanks for the compliment! Yes it is an LQ9 conversion. I made a custom bracket to mount them and then just made a conversion loom. They work great, though I need to make a heat shield to protect from exhaust temps. I don’t like how close they are to the dump tube they get a bit hot.

I love the coils though, definitely a big improvement over stock and it’s super easy to do spark plugs now

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