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hey guys,

its a motor i actually havent researched into at all... im just curious if anyone has any pics of it with the plastic covering off and also has anyone tried to run over 250rwkw through one with standard internals without hassles?

hard to work on or same as r33 rb25?

thanks in advance guys, :(

- adz

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This Neo-6 came out of an R34 GT-T. It's had an RB26 inlet manifold conversion. AFAIK the ones with the Neo-6 cover don't have any 'Twin Cam 24 Valve' badging on the black middle peice... just a plain plastic spark plug cover.

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Rezz youre a legend! thanks for that... i was scared they looked nothing like the r33 rb25 under all that covering haha...

now the question is - do they handle mass amounts of power and limiter bashing on standard bottom end (head will be modified)?

also interchangeability inregards to parts from the r33 rb25det... ie will r33 rb25det cams and camshafts work, injectors etc

- adz

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now the question is - do they handle mass amounts of power and limiter bashing on standard bottom end (head will be modified)?

also interchangeability inregards to parts from the r33 rb25det... ie will r33 rb25det cams and camshafts work, injectors etc

- adz

Ok, 'Power Garage TestaRossa' (my preferred RB tuning garage :)) say that the RB25DET Neo-6 is a huge improvement over the R33 RB25... also the Neo-6 (later ones) are rated at 280ps from the factory, so I think they'd handle as much as the R33 RB25 and then some! I've heard that up to 70% of the Neo-6 RB25 is all new. I think most of the differences of the 2 engines come from head and cams... that means: R33 cams can't go in the Neo 6 RB25, theres some differences with the cam angle sensor or something... injectors I'm not sure, but that would be easy to find out yourself.
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