My rb powered 2+2

Malc C

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Turbo or non turbo.. rb… my other 2+2 has a non turbo rb and I think I prefer driving that.
 

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Malc C

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Well yes although my first Z had a rover 3.5 v8 and when that expired I replaced with a n/a rb not as neat install but proved to be reliable, quick and would you believe economical..
 

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jonbills

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I would believe economical, I think 35-40mpg is achievable on these cars with EFI.
 

Wyn

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Turbo or non turbo.. rb… my other 2+2 has a non turbo rb and I think I prefer driving that.

na you must have to rev it well ?
Turbo & CC for me. Pulls from nothing and goes well.
Isn't bad on fuel either as I only fill it up once a month :thumbs:







Mind you I only drive it once a month EXTRA:D
 

Robbie J

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so still waiting for paint on mine... I went silly and stuck a 370Z six speed in, it wasn't easy... mated that to a R25DET I'm getting bored waiting now
 
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