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Offline seishuku

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« Reply #40 on: 05:35:30 PM / 16-Aug-07 »
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Hey guys if i were to put an sr20de in my 1986 nissan 200sx would i have to change the rear of my car to say a 240's rear? Or will my rear be able to handel the power from the new motor?

I have at least 220 at the wheels, with all original drive train parts (trans, diff), with no issues at all.
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« Reply #41 on: 05:15:24 AM / 20-Aug-07 »
dang its able to take 220? nice thx dood!

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« Reply #42 on: 04:02:37 PM / 20-Aug-07 »
I've heard anywhere between 200 and 450, it all depends on how it's treated... If you do hard launches, burnouts, any kind of shock to the drive line, it probably won't last long under anything more than 200.

If you can, get a clutch LSD out of an STI WRX rear diff (year doesn't matter, as long as it's an STI, at least I think all are clutch LSDs, I don't remember if they had a viscous LSD option), and drop that into your differential... You'll be able to handle 350+ all day long, plus an LSD to boot.
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« Reply #43 on: 04:10:40 PM / 20-Aug-07 »
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Hey guys if i were to put an sr20de in my 1986 nissan 200sx would i have to change the rear of my car to say a 240's rear? Or will my rear be able to handel the power from the new motor?

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« Reply #44 on: 09:13:17 PM / 20-Aug-07 »
haha cool but since u said it would be okay i think im not gonna replace the rear or mess with the drive shaft. ill just take it easy on my car and not floor it. thx man u helped me out alot.

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« Reply #45 on: 09:49:13 PM / 20-Aug-07 »
No problem.

You shouldn't have any problems with just an SR20DE, there isn't enough power there to do any major damage on street tires. Just don't toss on drag radials and launch at 4000RPM.
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« Reply #46 on: 05:56:49 PM / 28-Feb-08 »
seishuku,


do you have any videos of your SR20DE running?
Did you connect the factory tach?
Have you put the car on a dyno?
quality > quantity


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« Reply #47 on: 06:01:01 PM / 29-Feb-08 »
Yup

All motor
http://s3.photobucket.com/albums/y59/seish...rent=Engine.flv

With turbo (everything is better with more turbo!)
http://s3.photobucket.com/albums/y59/seish...urrent=temp.flv

Just messing around after turbo charging
http://s3.photobucket.com/albums/y59/seish...nt=ffb0b5ab.flv

I haven't got it dyno tested yet, but I plan on it next time I have $100 to burn
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« Reply #48 on: 08:15:06 PM / 01-Mar-08 »
There are several of us that have ridden in the SR20DE+t car, and I can say its quite fucking quick    solid 13's with a decent set of tires, no prob.
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