May 17, 2015

Rebuilt Motor, 1998 Nissan 240SX

Rebuilt Motor, 1998 Nissan 240SX For Sale

This very nice sport car import from Japan made by Nissan, as the picture is a second generation 240SX commonly known as the Nissan S14 released in 1998 has been modified and rebuilt motor only 2K miles on it. It's the end production S14 "Kouki" was released in America so these a quite rare car in the U.S. today.

Detail by owner
This is a true 1998 kouki (only 2,178 ever made). I only say this because I don't think many people realize how rare the 98s are.

The car currently has 211,798 miles on the chassis, and 759 miles on the engine, wiring, clutch, and tires. This car is originally a 5-speed manual.

Exterior Modifications:
Front tire size: 235/40/18
Rear tire size: 255/35/18
New tires Front & Rear with 95% life remaining
Wheel Rims: Racing Hart CP-F tune forged wheel for competition (currently discontinued)
Body kit: Duraflex V-Speed
VIS Racing Sport Carbon fiber hood
Exterior Paint Color: Velocity RX-8 red pearl (2008-2009) color -- triple stage.
Crystal clear corner lights -- side marker lights
Aftermarket tinted turn signals (Front bumper)
Tinted license plate cover

Engine Modifications:
S14 SR20DET -- Rebuilt with currently 751 miles -- The car is still in the break in process

Rebuilt Specifics:
Rebuilt by B&A Corvette (and their machine shop they use)
Bored .20 over
Milled and decked
Wiseco Forged pistons
ARP Head studs
Apexi Head gasket
All new gaskets and seals
New valve seals, valve job
OEM oil pump
OEM water pump
OEM timing chain
OEM cams
In short, everything else internally is OEM minus the performance mods listed above.

Other Engine Goodies:
Stock turbo (Currently running stock boost)
New main wiring harness
New Fuse box wiring harness
New (Used) S14 SR20DET ECU (All wiring component were replaced with the rebuilt motor)
Mishimoto radiator
Aftermarket blue radiator hoses
Aftermarket Odyseey Extreme Battery
Front mount intercooler
All new Micro-V belts
New idle air control valve
New Throttle Position Sensor
New Coolant Temperature Sensor
300zx fuel filter
Walbro 255 fuel pump
Circuit Sport Mini Oil Catch Can (currently not fully installed because the hose provided was extremely cheap and looked like a garden hose)
HKS cold air intake with HKS green pod filter
AEM boost solenoid
HKS blow off value
RS*R Catback exhaust
Cat delete, replaced with Megan racing test pipe
Cooling fans (not installed yet, will go with the car)
Aftermarket exhaust manifold
Working AC (the system just needs to be vacuumed down. I accidently undid an AC line when removing the motor)
Power steering Works
New horn
New horn relay fuse
New horn button
Buddy Club Aluminum oil cap (I believe)
Nismo motor mounts
Nismo transmission mounts
Megan racing stainless steel downpipe
ACT street (xtreme -- I believe) clutch kit -- same number of miles the rebuilt motor has
New Stock Flywheel -- same miles as motor

Suspension Modifications:
Megan racing adjustable coilovers
Sustec front engine mount brace
Megan racing front tension rods
Energy suspension -- solid urethane rear subframe bushings
Energy suspension differential bushings
Welded stock differential
300zx Brake Master Cylinder
300zx Brake booster
300zx Front Calipers
300zx Front brake rotors
Pads replaced all the way around ~1200 miles ago
Circuit sport stainless steel brake lines
5 lug swap
Fresh undercoat on all four wheel wells

Interior Modifications:
AEM Tru Boost LED gauge
AEM Air/Fuel Ration LED gauge
Double Pod A pillar gauge cluster
New ignition cycloid
Apexi Auto Turbo Timer
Isis v2 Short Shifter (Equal if not better than the B&M shifter)
Tomei short shift knob
White gauge cluster
Unknown aftermarket drift knob
Kicker front & rear speakers
Front Kicker tweeters
Pioneer Stereo
Rear seatbelt delete
New passenger side window switch
Tinted windows

This mostly concerns the body kit (which was the way I purchased the car minus the stitching).
The front bumper has a small crack on the front left corner with minor chips here and there
The rear bumper is the worst. Its alignment is off and its cracked in multiple places.
The hood apparently hit the windshield and cracked. Difficult to see unless you are right up on the car.

Like any other 17 year old car, this one has a few problems. Fortunately this car is mechanically sound, and just needs some cosmetic updates.

I really hate to sell this car but with school, I don't have the time or money to mess with it as much as I would like.
I tried to be as thorough as I could be but with such an extensive mod list, its easy to forget everything that's been done.
I forgot to mention that I do still have most of the old parts from the engine rebuild plus other numerous things.

Car is for sale as is!