A new start...Nissan style.

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by MidNight_Ride, Nov 4, 2003.

  1. So I sold my 96 Camaro SS and now my 92 Civic hatch with GSR swap :sadwavey: . Now I got no fricken ride. Positive note, I have my 95 Nissan 240SX coming soon. Hope it don't turn out to be a piece of shit. Got so much plans for this and will keep ya'll updated.
     
  2. KeeperOfAcheron

    KeeperOfAcheron I dub thee Sir Phobos, Knight of Mars, beater of a

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    SR20DET swap?
     
  3. TrueSlide

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    My G20 has a SR20DE motor, and it still packs a punch despite being n/a. The SR20DET swap is definitly a smart choice. Keep in mind that you can also use a RB motor (dosen't have to be a RB26) for big hp.:big grin:
     
  4. float

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    You can use a RB but you sure as hell better be pushing major HP to offset the huge weight additions. Notto mention you'll probably need to strengthen your fromnt struts/springs. Which I hope you'd be doing already.
     
  5. Ordered my 1997 RB25DET front clip tonight. Should be having it in in less then 2 weeks. Just need to order my driveshafts and I'm good to go.
     
  6. TrueSlide

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    Yeah your completely right.
     
  7. KeeperOfAcheron

    KeeperOfAcheron I dub thee Sir Phobos, Knight of Mars, beater of a

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    Sweet! Pics if possible. My buddy is trying to due a swap on his 240 right now.
     
  8. focalBlur

    focalBlur your does not equal you're

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    good choice

    I just picked up a 1993 Nissan Sentra SR-R
    that will one day get a Blue Bird or GTi-R SR20DET

    or maybe I will drop in a SR20VE, who knows

    but good luck
     

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