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Offline diamon7

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rb20det
« on: 03:23:27 PM / 18-May-11 »
Hey guy' just wondering how hard is it to drop a rb20det into a ca18et shell ...rear diff change?     Also have ca20e

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Offline Gomesf1

Re: rb20det
« Reply #1 on: 06:20:06 PM / 18-May-11 »
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Offline newby200sx

Re: rb20det
« Reply #2 on: 09:33:38 PM / 18-May-11 »
SMH SMH SHAKE MY HEAD SHAKE MY HEAD
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Offline BattleFairy

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Re: rb20det
« Reply #3 on: 06:42:26 AM / 19-May-11 »
as owner off a 87´ Mk II with a Rb20det swap i have to say..........NO its impossibel. pls give your car to the next living S12 owner near you and leave the Internet

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Offline diamon7

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Re: rb20det
« Reply #4 on: 10:21:42 AM / 19-May-11 »
Alright alright!!  Lol was just wondering I'll prob just put c18et in dere.   

Offline Draconis

Re: rb20det
« Reply #5 on: 01:16:25 PM / 19-May-11 »
First off, what year is the chassis you have?  That will determine how easy your swap may or may not be.  Also, since you have an CA18ET, I believe you have an R200 differential.  If that is the case, you do not need to swap your rear diff unless you want to.  An RB20 with a 4.11 final gear will actually make it quite fast off the line but sacrifice the top speed.  You will need to do custom mounts but it can be done and has been done.  For more info:  http://www.s12silvia.com/community/index.php?showtopic=5441