Mike Kojima posted on Thursday, July 14, 2011 9:38 PM
by Mike Kojima
KW has been looking at their product line up and has made a decision to start adding some applications for some of the classic Japanese exotics from the Japanese supercar heyday of the early to mid 90’s. KW has already come up with coilovers for the MK IV Supra and the NSX. The FD RX-7 is on the R&D schedule and we helped with the R&D for the latest Japanese classic addition, the Nissan Z32 300ZX.
Mike Kojima posted on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 7:00 AM
By Mike Kojima
In the last installment of our build, we delved into building the bottom end of our VG30DETT engine for the goal of reliably achieving 550 plus horsepower. In this segment we will look into what was done to our top end including the cylinder heads to support this power level.
See part one about the bottom end here!
Mike Kojima posted on Monday, March 22, 2010 9:22 PM
By Costa Gialamas
Found in the 1990 to 1996 Nissan 300ZX twin turbos, the Nissan VG30DETT is a robust, sturdy engine right out of the box. The VG30DETT like many Japanese engines of the era is pretty stoutly overbuilt in stock form, making it an excellent candidate for wringing high power levels out of it.
Mike Kojima posted on Monday, March 23, 2009 8:28 PM
By Mike Kojima
I have more cars than I can store easily on my property or the motoIQ headquarters. It’s also a well known fact that most of them don’t run at any particular time because, I only have so much bandwidth and more importantly money to work on numerous projects. The fact that our house is in a pretty decent part of the OC and looks like a rednecks doublewide pisses off my wife to no end. My neighbors probably don’t like me very much either.