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Old June 4th, 2007, 09:18 PM   #1
 
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2005 VQ35DE Motor

Hey V6 members. My friend is selling his 2005 VQ25De motor. This was originally suppose to be swap this into his 240sx but he ran out of money and no longer needs the engine. Here's his post of craigslist

One of the best engine on the market. Up for grab is a VQ35DE 2005 350z motor. The engine has less than 15K miles on it and comes with the following: tranny, wire harness, and ecu. The lucky buyer of this magnificent motor has to pick up the following pieces: power steering pump, starter, and drive train. I believe all these pieces runs around $700 total.

Ebay is selling a similar engine with more milege for around $4k plus shipping. Now if you factor in the cost to ship out an engine then it will come out to be close to $5000 for an engine that you can pick up for much less. Knowing ebay is a luck of the draw type of deal. Sometimes you get what you want and sometimes you don't. Here is the link to the engine on ebay. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2004-...QQcmdZViewItem

I'm asking for $3200 and is willing to take reasonable offers.
The 3.5 L (3498 cc) VQ35DE is used in many modern Nissan vehicles. It uses the same block found in the VQ30DE, but adds variable valve timing. It has a bore of 95.5 mm and stroke of 81.4 mm. Output ranges from 240 hp to 306 hp (179 to 228 kW) and 246 ft·lbf to 287 ft·lbf (334 to 390 Nm).

The VQ35DE is built in Iwaki, Japan and Decherd, TN. It was on the Ward's 10 Best Engines list for 2002 through 2007. It features forged steel connecting rods, a microfinished one-piece cast camshaft, and Nissan's nylon intake manifold technology. It has low-friction molybdenum-coated pistons and the intake system is a high-flow tuned induction system.

I don't know how to put pics on here but i can email them to you upon request.
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Old June 4th, 2007, 10:20 PM   #2
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This was originally suppose to be swap this into his 240sx but he ran out of money and no longer needs the engine. Here's his post of craigslist

wow this would fit in a 240sx? would that net better numbers than a SR20DET swap?

Anyways, bump!


btw, is it a VQ25De or a VQ35DE? Im guessing VQ35DE huh

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Hey V6 members. My friend is selling his 2005 VQ25De motor. This was originally suppose to be swap this into his 240sx but he ran out of money and no longer needs the engine. Here's his post of craigslist

One of the best engine on the market. Up for grab is a VQ35DE 2005 350z motor. The engine has less than 15K miles on it and comes with the following: tranny, wire harness, and ecu. The lucky buyer of this magnificent motor has to pick up the following pieces: power steering pump, starter, and drive train. I believe all these pieces runs around $700 total.

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Old June 5th, 2007, 12:28 AM   #3
 
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yeah it's a VQ35DE. Yeah i was surprise to when i first heard but it has been done and it's way faster and better than SR20DET. SR20DET swaps are played out. I have only heard of couple others that has done a VQ swap. people are doing RD20Det swap (skyline engine).
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Old June 6th, 2007, 05:40 PM   #4
 
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bump for such a nice motor...
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