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post #16 of 44 Old Jan 20th, 2005, 10:31 PM
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Above you mentioned the SR20VE as being produced from 2001-present. Is Nissan still using this engine in current (2005) models? I thought the SR series engines were being replaced by the QR series?
Yes but not in the US. In Japan 300zx go up to i think 99? along with other cars like it same with rx7 etc

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super chargers???

are there any super chargers that will work with a sr20ve??? is it ok to turbo? if so is it a pain to do so???is it just best to stick with all motor goodness?


how safe is it to turbo a VE motor? and does anyone know of any good places in san diego to get a motor and have it installed?

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are there any super chargers that will work with a sr20ve??? is it ok to turbo? if so is it a pain to do so???is it just best to stick with all motor goodness?


how safe is it to turbo a VE motor? and does anyone know of any good places in san diego to get a motor and have it installed?


no superchargers...it is ok to turbo....some come turbo. it can be a pain to do so since they are relatively new to be worked on so there isnt as much of a resource for information such as a DE. all motor goodness owns you....

its as safe as you make it to be..san diego..eh? call soko.

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post #19 of 44 Old Feb 14th, 2005, 09:42 PM
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would the sr20ve out of a p11 primera go in the b13?
is there any difference in p11 sr20ve and others, or have i been given bad info?
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I now instead of wanting to do a SR20DET GTi-R want to do a SR20VET

but i cant find them anywhere

I need to goto mexico and find an x-trail and get the motor

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not to get all Honda on you guys.. but if the DE/and the VE
are in the same famliy.Couldn't you just swap heads,and use the upper of a VE and the lowwer of the DE? could be a diffrent route??

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not really. different water jackets. I believe the compression on the VE is different as well. The actual block might be different in some ways.

don't worry though, other people have thought of this as well




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not really. different water jackets. I believe the compression on the VE is different as well. The actual block might be different in some ways.

don't worry though, other people have thought of this as well
You can swap heads, you just have to do an external oil passage like you do with the frankenstien LS Vtec's

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ahh....well that's why this is a VE FAQ now I know




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Wait, wait, wait. Got another one. So ~180 WHP for the VE? I did a little search and it's about that much on this guys dyno sheet. Cause this is a pretty big decision, and I'm still learning here. Want my baby to push 200WHP N/A.
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Wait, wait, wait. Got another one. So ~180 WHP for the VE? I did a little search and it's about that much on this guys dyno sheet. Cause this is a pretty big decision, and I'm still learning here. Want my baby to push 200WHP N/A.
Just depends what you want to spend. You can easily get 200whp if you want to. I did 190 with the just sr16cams. Use N1 cams, bigger exhaust (I had a 2.5), better header then I hade (read the HS that just came out, supposedly better, or make a rear 4-1) and you can get over 200whp. This is NA hp so it will cost you $$$$

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I just bought a SR20VE engine P11, Do I buy A SER 96-99 transmition or do I get the one from the SE B15. Also who sell the SR20ve To SR20de wiring harness( the one's where you just have to plug and play the harness without modifcation.)
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good idea

I think that you can't make a vet wich will work on 91...
when racing, I use 98
if you want 2 get more power, you should raise the boost, that will lead to detonation
it is hard 2 build a turbo ve, because you will have to increase oil flow, otherwise the head will overheat and burn.

to turbo you will need
take sr20de exhaust header
turbo
boost controller
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I think that you can't make a vet wich will work on 91...
when racing, I use 98
if you want 2 get more power, you should raise the boost, that will lead to detonation
it is hard 2 build a turbo ve, because you will have to increase oil flow, otherwise the head will overheat and burn.

to turbo you will need
take sr20de exhaust header
turbo
boost controller

lol wtf?

the sr20 turbo manifold doesnt work on the VE, you should buy a turbo manifold for the VE, the OEM one. Greg V. sells them. Also, if you know what youre doing, its NOT hard at all to turbo a VE

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lol wtf?

the sr20 turbo manifold doesnt work on the VE, you should buy a turbo manifold for the VE, the OEM one. Greg V. sells them. Also, if you know what youre doing, its NOT hard at all to turbo a VE
Actually, the SR20DET manifold does work. Why wouldn't it. People use DE headers on a VE all the time. He had said to use the SR20DE manifold and I think you meant to say use the oem sr20det manifold that Greg V sells that is actually meant for a turbo.

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