Datsun Tuning Tips and Modifications
Maximise your Datsuns driving pleasure
Datsun car tuning tips and advice. Before Nissan came along we had the Datsun brand, a solid base and wide range of interesting and well build cars that evolved into the modern Nissan range we know and love today. We have a wide range of tuning articles covering all models of Datsun from small engined family cars to large engine hot hatches and executive cars. Following our tuning tips you will avoid many of the common mistakes and actually achieve the car set up you desire. Please join the forum for model specific questions and answers and to meet other owners and see what modifications they have done.
TorqueCars started providing Datsun tuning help, car modification and car engine tuning tips and pointers back in 2003 and have grown from strength to strength with a fast growing membership of all types of cars including many, Datsun owners. We are currently one of the fastest growing car tuning clubs around and certainly one of the friendliest. In 2007 we also organised our first full car show.
Our Datsun comprehensive modification articles on tuning and styling are kept upto date so for the very latest Datsun tuning,modification and engine tuning advice, tips and pointers please check back regularly. We strongly recommend that you join our Datsun forums and swap tuning ideas with like minded Datsun owners in the tuning forums.
We get to read about a lot of international Datsun owners projects in our forum and have an ever growing gallery so be sure to drop in and tell us what you’ve been upto with your car. Scroll down the page to see our latest tuning articles for your Datsun.
Electric water pumps
In a performance engine you should never underestimate the need for adequate cooling.
All water cooled cars work on the principle of water being pumped around the engine and then to a radiator where it releases the heat.
Most water pumps are mechanical and run off the crank.Turbo tuning stage 1-3: Aftermarket OEM turbos upgrade kit.
TorqueCars look at the turbo upgrade options from larger turbos to hybrid turbos and examine the benefits and drawbacks of each option with suggestions on how to choose a suitable turbo upgrade and hit your tuning goals and aspirations.
The more power you want from a turbo the greater the amount of heat it will generate and the bigger the stress on the internal components.Sports ignition coils and performance coil packs
Lets look at the job of the coil in the spark system and see what it does.
Just as a power transformer converts mains 240 volts into a usable 9 volts for your charger or appliance a coil will increase the voltage.
A car battery/alternator will produce a paltry 12volts, certainly not enough to jump an air gap and create a spark.
An ignition coil raises the voltage in some installations between 20 and up to 40,000 volts and this allows the creation of a spark which can jump the air gap between the plugs.Limited slip diffs, which LSD is best for handling.
Slip diffs "Time for something DIFFrent" Every car has a slip diff but with a few tweaks you can totally transform your cars performance in the wet and other low grip conditions. In a recent track test a Megane 225 Sport with a Limited slip diff out performed a number of more powerful cars on a wet […]
Todays featured car tuning articleGaining power from the addition of an intercooler
One problem with a Turbo is the close proximity of the cold intake charge with the hot exhaust temperatures within the turbo.
Don’t forget that a big air intake heat rise comes from the actual compression of air so even supercharged engine will benefit from an intercooler.
If you have ever felt the nozzle on a tyre pump you will realise that when air is compressed it gains heat.
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