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Old 04-17-2007, 04:18 PM   #1
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3rd Revision AMS/Turbo240 Intake manifold



AMS/Turbo240 Crate Motor
-Arias 8.8:1 forged pistons (stock bore)
-AMS Sportsman Rods
-Calico Main and Rod Bearings
-Fully grooved bearings
-AMS ARP Main stud Kit
-AMS 11mm Head stud kit
-Thread-sert 11mm anchors for head studs
-Properly shimmed and clearanced oil pump
-New AMS OEM timing chain assemblies
-Stock valves
-Supertech Dual springs w/ titanium retainers
-Crower v3 cams (not degreed and yet they still work...)
-O-ring block deck surface

AMS/Turbo240 Turbo kit
-AMS GT33 turbo
-AMS tubular bottom mount t3 header
-TiAL 44mm wastegate
-AMS wastegate dump tube
-AMS downpipe
-AmS spec oil feed and return
-Medium Precision FMIC
-Custom AMS IC piping
-Apex-i N1 exhaust w/ test pipe

AMS/Turbo240 Fuel system
-Walbro 255 fuel pump
-75lb injectors
-Fuel Lab Rising Rate FPR
-300zx TT fuel filter
-Mitsubishi Injector Resistor pack
-Liquid filled fuel pressure gauge

AMS/Turbo240 Pre-production Intake Manifold
-Stock Throttle body

Igniton
-Taylor Wires
-NGK BKR7E
-Stock coil
-Stock distributor

Engine Management
-AEM EMS
-AEM Boost control Solenoid
-AEM 5 bar map sensor
-GM IAT

AMS Evo Small Battery kit
-Modified to fit in 240sx

Cooling
-Koyo Radiator
-Altima fans
-Greddy HP radiator cap

Driveline
-Stock KA transmission
-Competition Clutch Stage 4
-1pc steel driveshaft



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Old 04-18-2007, 09:01 AM   #2
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OK!

Now that the manifold is just about through testing. I am going to need YOUR help to get it into production. This will not be a very high volume piece, I know, but we need to be able to justify it to the owners of AMS. The only way to get the manifold to the quality level that you would expect from us, is to cast the runners. This is not an inexpensive process, and requires tooling to be made. So that the cost is not astronomical we need to make a significant amount of them.

I am going to need 5 to 10 people to put down deposits to get these made. Once I can justify the costs to the owners, the manifolds will be available for regular sale as a stocking item.

I will need the deposit to be about half the cost of the projected price of the manifold. The projected price of the manifold will be $1500 give or take. There will be a wait time of about 2-3 months from the time we set the wheels in motion.

If anyone is seriously interested in having one of these manifolds for their car, we will need your help to make this thing a reality. Please send me a pm or email me at chris (at) amsperformance.com
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Old 04-20-2007, 07:29 AM   #3
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looking good man...... maybe after i get back from Iraq,,, ill have a ton of money to pick up a peice like that.... that will be after the skyline though lol.
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Old 04-30-2007, 03:58 AM   #4
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so no more hood for your car with this mani...
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Old 04-30-2007, 08:25 AM   #5
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The Manifold will fit under the hood, it will have curved runners.
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Old 05-01-2007, 03:11 AM   #6
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oooh i see. cool. i want one, i wish i could put up the money to help get them made, but i wont be getting one for awhile. I officially love AMS and Turbo240 for making new products for the 240. especially ones as cool as this.
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The Manifold will fit under the hood, it will have curved runners.
Don't curved runners consume more energy to move and travel atmospheric air molecules through the runners rather than straight runners???? I thought that was one of the many reasons you guys did away with the stock KA24de manifold due to curvature, plenum, and runner diameters.
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Plenum size and runner length are more important than the shape that the runners are in. We expect to see little, to absolutely no difference.
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Thread-sert 11mm anchors for head studs
What is that?
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Old 10-15-2007, 03:07 PM   #10
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Thread-sert 11mm anchors for head studs
What is that?
That is the coolest thing since sliced bread.

I do not sell it outright, I get it though my machine shop who installs them for me.

It is basically an insert which is cemented in the block which is stronger and has the most surface area for the clamp load possible.

When you drill and tap your block, you do not have the most surface area possible for the threads to engage because you are working with less material to start with. With the thread serts, this is eliminated.
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Is the "thread sert" the same thing as a Helicoil? The helicoil is a steel insert which is installed into an oversized, drilled and tapped hole for additional strength and longevity. I suspect they're two trade names for the same thing, just wondering.

Your products look great.
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Old 10-15-2007, 04:12 PM   #12
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Nope!

This is not threaded into the block, but cemented some how, it is a kit that is meant to be installed by a machine shop.

It is the same principle as the helicoil, but stronger.
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Thats some damn cool stuff
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Did this ever go into production?
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240smoke...this thread is an year old... with that said you might have better luck calling them or looking on the website. I've been to their shop they are a few minutes from Touge Factory.

To answer you're question no it's not in production.... not on their site GL with your options
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