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cul8er

R35 coils for RB

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cul8er    6

Hi guys I’m after some r35 coils for my rb26 my question is will the standard 35 coils fit under the valley cover or will I have to purchase ones that are shorter.

 

I know there are kits available I just want to make sure the standard size will fit?

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Sub Boy32    56

The factory R35 coils will not fit under the coil cover.

However......NZEFI make a kit using R35/VQ coils that are modified to fit under the covers, it’s yet to be put on the website but is available 

flick me a email at [email protected] for a pic if you like

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burn4005    82

Platinum racing do a kit. The stalks are replaced with shorter ones so the coils sit lower. They sell all the pieces individually too. Spoke to them about it at WTAC.

 

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cul8er    6
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  • Sweet thanks guys I’ll look into it

    Sub boy32 I’ll email you now

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    GTSBoy    1,088

    Goddamn. The Platinum Racing kit is dear as poison!  6x Yaris coils + $50 of other stuff and a hole saw is just as good.

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    Kinkstaah    353

    As mentioned, R35 GTR kits for RB's are on the very near horizon.

    Seems Yaris coils have come and gone. Lots of people (SR20 land) are questioning how good they are long term, kind of underlying the whole "This is a Yaris part" worry that people had. People are much happier to put R35 GTR parts in for very similar cash.

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    Griffin    26

    I got a set of vq / r35 split fires for $630. Work fine. One day will make a bracket. They sit high but not too worried. 

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    GTSBoy    1,088
    3 hours ago, Kinkstaah said:

    As mentioned, R35 GTR kits for RB's are on the very near horizon.

    Seems Yaris coils have come and gone. Lots of people (SR20 land) are questioning how good they are long term, kind of underlying the whole "This is a Yaris part" worry that people had. People are much happier to put R35 GTR parts in for very similar cash.

     

    Yaris coils are the same excellent Denso parts (give or take slightly different size and shape) as all the other Toyota engines' coils, such as 2JZ.  Denso coils are v. v. good.

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    Kinkstaah    353

    Oh I'm sure they are... but they're from a Yaris where as the other option is from a R35 GTR.....

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    burn4005    82

    you can buy Genuine R34 coils from Amayama etc. got a set of 6 for $68USD/coil a while ago.

    22448-JF00B.

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    GTSBoy    1,088

    Yuh, and that's all good.....but those coils are not as punchy as the more modern pencil coils.  If you need an upgrade, then OEM Nissan coils are not the answer.  Yaris/etc coils are similarly cheap.  Just takes a little more effort to fit them up. 

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    WantGTR    175

    The r35 coils are supposedly rated at 2000hp. The platinum kit looks dear but comes with all wiring, bracket, coils and is a true bolt on for 1300. Cover fits over for stealth. Thats pretty good imo.

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    burn4005    82
    1 hour ago, GTSBoy said:

    Yuh, and that's all good.....but those coils are not as punchy as the more modern pencil coils.  If you need an upgrade, then OEM Nissan coils are not the answer.  Yaris/etc coils are similarly cheap.  Just takes a little more effort to fit them up. 

    Sorry, that is a typo.. should say "R35 Coils"

    22448-JF00B is the OEM R35 nissan coil part number.

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    GTSBoy    1,088
    8 minutes ago, burn4005 said:

    Sorry, that is a typo.. should say "R35 Coils"

    22448-JF00B is the OEM R35 nissan coil part number.

    Are the plugs the same as the R34 coils'?  If so, that's a bit more convenient.  Only need to do a mounting plate and shorter boots.  Saves wiring changes.

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    r32-25t    2,819

    The Godzilla Motorsport kit is about $1000 

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    cul8er    6
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  • I got a set of vq / r35 split fires for $630. Work fine. One day will make a bracket. They sit high but not too worried. 


    Hey griffin how high do they sit have you got any pics?

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