Stagea RS Four Autech 260RS Clone
The Nissan Stagea was first introduced in 1996 as a formidable
opponent to the Subaru Legacy and was exclusively sold through the
Nissan Prince Store dealerships in Japan. This particular Stagea
has had the original motor replaced with the more potent twin-turbo
RB26 along with a 5-speed manual transmission. The car also has an
array of HKS performance parts including an HKS, intake,
intercooler, cams, and coilovers. An HKS F-con V pro standalone ECU
has also been installed along with a 2-wheel drive/4-wheel drive
switch to change between the two. The car has also gone through a
full engine out service to replace various components and now this
JDM super wagon runs like a top.
This is definitely not your average Stagea and its perfect for any
Feel free to message us with questions or to schedule an
Financing available with 650+ Score and 10% down in most cases.
5-speed manual swap RB26DETT swap HKS Intake HKS Intercooler with
HKS hoses and pipes HKS cams HKS coilovers Recaro front seats HKS
F-con V Pro Autech 260 RS rear bench, door cards, front bumber, and
side skirts Momo suede steering wheel
Engine out service New HKS intake mushrooms Replaced cam seals,
crank seal, oil pump, oil pan, water pump, timing belt, tensioners,
valve cover gaskets Removed unnecessary wiring and unused
electronics Coolant flush
1997 Nissan Stagea
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