This V6 is one of the hottest form the 1990′s. The actual name of this classic Nissan platform is VG30DETT. For the few who don’t know, this engine was found in the last generation 300zx. This engine minus the turbos was also found in the Infiniti J30. What I really like about this motor it features dual throttle bodies. When modified and tuned this engine can run with the best.
This engine is also known as the EG33. These engines are fairly on the rare side. The SVX was a car made from 1992-1997. The SVX really stood out of the crowd with its wild body style. These cars were considered to be in the luxury performance class. This car and engine is pack with performance technology before its time. As far as I know, all these cars were AWD and had automatic transmissions. Only 14,000+/- total units were sold in the USA.
This engine is one bad mother. The Cammer was made in the mid 1960′s as an engine for Nascar. Due to certain circumstances this motor was banned from Nascar. The Cammer is also the only engine to ever get banned from Nascar. It uses the same block as the pushrod 427 side oiler. These engines were mostly used for serious racing platforms. The Cammer was also found in street cars like the Shelby Cobra along with other special edition Fords. All the Cammers were also hand built.
The LT1 was a huge stepping stone for GM’s late model performance. The Lt1 made it’s first appearance in the early 1970s in Corvettes and Camaros. The 2nd generation engines were produced from 1992-1997. You can find versions of these engines in the Caprice, Roadmaster, F-Bodies, Fleetwood, Impala SS, and the Corvette. The LT1 is a 350ci small block V8. Overall this motor has a reputation for good performance and dependability.