February 6, 2023
  • February 6, 2023

PROJECT: Grey Reaper

By on April 21, 2017 0

PROJECT: Grey Reaper

We (Wifey, Walter and Myself) headed out late one evening to Dallas, Texas to pickup a 1990 Nissan 300z N/A that I purchsed from an online auction. The weather was a bit rainy and when we got to the hotel, we had a difficult time parking the trailer which Walter had borrowed from another veteran.

We were a little disappointed to find out that Intake Manifold was sitting in the front seat but I really was not a big deal since the whole intentions of buy the car was to do an LS Swap anyway.

We met with a Locksmith who was able to make us 2 keys.

Build Plans

Upon purchase, this car came stock with a naturally aspirated 3.0L V6. Shortly after purchasing it we secured a 6.0L Gen3 LS Motor to swap into this project. The ideal plans is to secure a rotating assembly with forged components, .030″ pistons, and a 4″ stroke crank that will put the displacement up to 408 Cubic Inches or roughly 6.8L. This will make for a potent power plant in such a small car.

Plans for this build: