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Driver Profile: Marc Landreville 2012 DMCC Champion

Essentials

Vehicle: 1994 Nissan S14 RHD
Driver: Marc Landreville
Team: Marc Landreville Racing
Built By: Marc Landreville Racing
Engine: SR20VET
HP: 550 hp

Engine Modifications

SR20DET (block and crank balancer)
JE Piston 9:01 compression
Eagle Rod crankshaft
ATI damper
ACL Race bearing
GReddy (head gasket and oil pan)
Garret GTX 30/76 turbocharger
Mazworx intake manifold and fuel rail
Pro-Fusion custom intercooler and piping
Mishimoto X-line 3 row radiator, oil cooler with electric fan
SR20VE N1 oil pump and head (ported by Moteur National)
ARP Bolts head and main studs
Brian Crower retainer and valve guide
TiAL 44 mm wastegate
Injector Dynamics 1000cc injectors
B&M pressure regulator
80 mm throttle body
Mazworx VVL solenoid conversion kit
AEM (crank angle sensor, twin spark ignition)
Vi-pec (V44 ECU, water temp)
BOSCH coil pack
Braided clutch line
BMW (intake air controller)
ATL 40L fuel cell

Exhaust

Mazworx exhaust manifold
Custom 3-in. exhaust
Custom 3-in. downpipe

Drivetrain

Nissan 300ZX Z32 transmission
Exedy Hyper Single Clutch
OS Giken LSD five-way differential with 4:63 gear ratio

Driver Profile: Marc Landreville 2012 DMCC Champion

Chassis / Suspension

Aluminum sub-frame bushing
Standard Suspension R3 full coilover system
Driftworks (front knuckle and tie-rod spacer)
TEIN (tie rod and tie rod end)
Cusco (camber arm, toe rod)
Pro-fusion twin caliper custom setup
Nissan GT-R (front and rear sway bar)

Wheels / Tires / Brakes

DAI Autobahn Wheels - 18 x 10 (f/r)
Brembo brakes (300ZX Z32)

Exterior

Full D-Max body kit
Lexan windows
HID headlights
Kouki taillights

Interior

Full cage (DMCC and FD spec)
Fully-stripped interior
GReddy boost, oil pressure, oil temp and water temp gauge
Nardi steering wheel
Bride seats - Zeta III (driver), Zeta II (passenger)
Sparco six-point harness
Fire extinguisher
Driver and passenger cooling fan

Sponsors

Lacroix Tuning, Bar le Garage, Restaurants les 3 Brasseurs, Standard Suspension, Le Roi Du Camion, Moteur National, Synergie Produit Soudure, Lucky7 Clothing, Gulf Oil, Pro-fusion, Mishimoto, RL Autorepair, Ora Cosmetique, PB Kreation, Autodrome St-Eustache, Vipec Powersport, Transmition BĂ©lisle, Canadian Tire, DAI Alloy Wheels



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