The Nelson Racing engines have been replaced with ‘superior’ versions

The Nelson Racing engines have been replaced with ‘superior’ versions

August 20, 2021 Comments Off on The Nelson Racing engines have been replaced with ‘superior’ versions By admin

A new engine made by Nelson Racing has been fitted to the Nelson Racing LSX engine and is the first new engine in three years.

Nelson Racing made the change with the intent of reducing the risk of the engine becoming damaged or unreliable over the life of the car.

Nissan has previously made engine changes to its cars in the past and it is understood the change to the LSx engine will be the first for the Nissan sports car brand in three decades.

A spokeswoman for Nelson confirmed the engine change, which was not publicly announced until today, to the ABC.

“We’ve had some issues with the fuel-oil mixture, but the engine was doing great,” she said.

“The fuel-air mixture is the new standard in this part of the world.”

That is the most significant change to that mixture, and we’ve been working on that for a number of years.

“It’s a very difficult mix, and there are a lot of things that have gone on there over the years that we’re really pleased to have solved.”

Nissan’s engine has been an engine of contention since the start of the year.

It has caused a number different problems and was seen by many drivers as a potential driver’s issue.

In the end, it was Nissan who decided to replace the engine, with the result that it will now be a standard engine in the new LSxx.

The engine is a twin-turbocharged 2.0-litre V6, which produces 1,948bhp.

Nathan Scott, who won the Australian Grand Prix in 2015 and is currently leading the GT Le Mans Series with the No. 11 Nissan, said he had no problems with the new engine.

“I’ve had no issues with it, I’m super happy with it,” he said.

“I’ve got my own team, so we’ll see how the car goes.”

The engine also includes an exhaust system that is identical to the current version.

It’s expected that it won’t be available for the 2018 season.

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