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Author Topic: Sr20det Vs. RB25det  (Read 2904 times)

Offline fOxr1d3r18

Sr20det Vs. RB25det
« on: 09:20:24 PM / 24-Mar-11 »
which is better???

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Offline Arro

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Re: Sr20det Vs. RB25det
« Reply #1 on: 01:10:23 AM / 25-Mar-11 »
I'm locking this, because I literally just moved a BUNCH of threads into this section two nights ago, and I know for a fact that a number of them were asking the same thing, with nearly the same title. Browse the pages in this section and find your answer please. Also consult the swap guide pinned at the top of this section, I took everyone's input when I wrote it and produced all the basic facts about all the engine options, but the SR20DET is specifically mentioned in detail there.
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