Z32 what are the options for engines

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    Hi Redholts I’m just finishing a Vh45de conversation but have been having trouble finding a engineer that is available or isn’t a dick it is a high quality build I was wondering if you could supply me with a decent Engineer’s contact details, would be much appreciated cheers.
    Regards Adrian Taylor
     
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    Thanks everyone for your inputs and sharing your experiences it really does help since I cant do every swap just to see which I like most and its great reading your pros and cons.

    over the last year or so Ive still been building the car mainly focusing on handling and keeping the motor healthy as well as giving the body some tlc. I tend to lean to more unique/ what i find most enjoyable which isn't necessarily what is fastest. I believe I still need time to decide exactly what route to go down but most likely it will go one of two ways. Either a +tt build with low boost which i would initially be hunting around 220rwkw, being a healthy na this would most liekly be the cheapest way for power and allows expandability with out complete change of route. or on the other hand as at the moment im not really power hungry ( im sure thats what everyone says at start) I wouldnt mind delving into building the NA with lightweight parts etc, im fully aware there isnt too much power to be gained and the small power to be had can be expensive but it would be more then enough and a decent revving n/a would be a fun drive. The issue with the later option would be if I did decide I wanted to make big number power I would end up having to swap route which would be costly.

    thanks again and im interested to see, hear and learn from others experiences.
     

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