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Date Registered: 01-2011
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Re: Light Turbo Charging of X-Trail.....How???


Is it too late too add this to the discussion, or is it not what you are looking for?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Nissan-QR25DE-QR25DD-2-5-2-5L-Cast-T3-T3-T4-Turbo-Kit-/180619893910?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item2a0dc8dc96

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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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Digging up an old thread with some new info...supercharger for the QR25DE emoticon

Follow this link to see pics of how it bolts on. All that is needed is an adapter block and longer drive belt.

Having looked at our T30 engine bay, there is a possible problem of the brake master cylinder and fluid reservoir getting in the way, along with their point about the aircon tube and power steering hose. But as an easy bolt-on option it looks great.

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Date Registered: 12-2010
Location: Rockingham,Perth WA
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Wow. Initial thoughts on this would be to upgrade the injectors to maybe wrx 660cc, inline fuel pump like a walbro, exhaust and headers definitely need to be upgraded, bye bye cats or have a very high cel one, 200cel. I doubt the computer could compute the new ratios etc, nothing is impossible tho. Just get something like Adaptronic or piggy back.
If the charger actually fits up between the fire wall and the manifold it would be fairly straightforward build.
The aircon tubing can just be re-run around the new belt and the power steering hose lengthened and attached to the chassis out of the way,

Please someone attemp this (ahem Kev), hope ur clutch is up to it

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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I have an Auto Scott and I soooooo want to do this.

I've found another idea for routing the belt to the supercharger so that not so much stuff has to be rerouted. It also allows the supercharger to be mounted slightly forward giving room to leave the stock brake fluid reservior inplace without interference from the pulley.
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Date Registered: 12-2010
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Nice one, I reckon do it. We'd all love to follow ur progress. It'll be awesome.


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Date Registered: 05-2012
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I have the impression that the 2.5 L Renault motor in the X-Trail is quite under-stressed as it sits.

That may be for a reason for that.

Has it ever been 'worked' to become a performance motor in anything else?

If it is a motor sport dead-end, it seems there must be some valid reason(s) not to do so as it is the nature of mankind to make even the most innocuous motor a ravening beast (if possible).

e.g. development of the Mini 850 motor to 'Cooper S' capability.

I prefer superchargers to turbo (it's a generational thing and I think they have better physics) and would happily bolt one on - if it was easy.

Even though I find it hard to reach 4,000 rpm on the roads available to me.



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Date Registered: 02-2004
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The QR25DE is not a Renault motor, the M9R (diesel) is. The possibilities for power enhacing the QR25DE are endless and you can indeed get a good kick out of it, the shape of the car and its weight is the hindering factor and so is the CVT transmission in the T31 emoticon

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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DogTrail wrote:
Has it ever been 'worked' to become a performance motor in anything else?



Just go google searching for Sentra Spec-V and you will find many "worked" examples. There is one on youtube showing the dyno run and graph with 600whp emoticon

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Date Registered: 01-2014
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Has anyone installed a supercharger into their exy? all im reading is work in progress's (sorry if i missed something)

my friend passed on a eaton m90, just wanna know the worth of installing it? this thread mostly covers turbocharging.

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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It hasn't been done yet.
Not just a case of bolting it on...you will need a piggy-back ecu to help with tuning, new injectors for higher fuel rate, manifold adapter plate to marry the M90 to the intake runners, second belt or extended belt for power of which there is the brake fluid reservoir in the way. The adapter plate has never been made by anyone, either here or in the USA where they have our engines in many smaller sport model Sentras.

The first to do it has a lot of investigations to do which is why I have not progressed with it mechanically yet.

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