’s 240SX Sets Another Record at Bonneville!

i-X6V5B8f’s Turbosmart-equipped Project 240SX Land Speed Racer (LSR), driven by Chuck Johnson, has secured its second land speed record of the year –  this time on the legendary Bonneville Salt Flats.  Facing adversity from seemingly every direction, Team MotoIQ managed to overcome a mixture of freak mechanical and electrical issues to qualify for a land speed record with an initial pass of 182 MPH against an existing 167.5 MPH record.IMG_1299-L

After being impounded overnight Team MotoIQ  and Chuck Johnson managed to back up their record run the next morning and set a new H/PS land speed record at 178.9 MPH.  The H/PS class is for non-engine swapped vehicles with a forced induction engine of 1.0-1.5L and a predominately stock body, void of aerodynamic modifications.6E5A7398

MotoIQ Project 240SX LSR features an SR20 engine, which has been de-stroked to 1.5L liters and uses a Nissan VVL cylinder head with variable valve lift.  Dubbed the SR15VET 20V, the engine’s boost comes via a Full Race Motorsports/Borg Warner EFR turbo system with two Hyper-Gates and a Kompact BOV.6E5A9775-L

Photos by Joe Lu and Sharry Lai
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