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SR-Series Engines (DE/VE) Engine Discussion: G20, 91-94 Sentra SE-R, NX2K, 95-98 200SX SE-R, 98-01 Sentra SE

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post #31 of 44 Old Oct 5th, 2005, 12:21 AM
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oops... I meant sr20det exhaust

we've just bought a sylvia sr20de and want to make it a sr20det
it is easy in russia to buy used japanese goods. sr20det will cost $500-1000
but now thre is an opportunity 2 buy sr20ve and make a turbo on it. how do you think, on what pressure this engine will work without damage?

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post #32 of 44 Old May 7th, 2006, 03:16 PM
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As far as the JDM market goes:
I believe the SR20VET is the only SR motor still in production, in the X-trail.
And the 150kW SR20VE with 6spd manual gearbox was only produced 2001-2002 in the P12 Primera 20V. I believe this was the 2nd to last SR motor in production.
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How hard would it be to swap out a DE for a VE in a B14 200sx, And would it be worth it?

i can't wait to drive her again
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The SR20VET would be very difficult to swap as it uses a throttle by wire system and a coil pack ignition.It also connects to an ECU that controlls it's CVT transmission.The coil packs will not work with an SR20DET ignitor chip either.It's easier to use the SR20VE and drop the compression than run it as all you will likely keep of the very expensive VET engine is the long block and the exhaust manifold ( It uses a TMIC like a GTiR IIRC). I know none of this by experience, but I read about it on the SR20 Forum this article came from while researching a VE powered classic I am planning for a daily driver. It's a great resource if you are interested in these engines.

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post #35 of 44 Old Feb 14th, 2008, 01:21 PM
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Hi guys!
Excellent forum going here!

I have one question.

With Hondas Vtec, a valve is opened electrically to send oil to the cams which activates the Vtec.
How is the variable cam timing and lift controlled on the SR20VE?
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post #36 of 44 Old Jan 6th, 2009, 08:45 PM
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compression ratios

does anyone know the compression ratio on the sr20vet and sr20ve ?
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(-12) is sent to solenoids and openes it.
sr20ve = 11 cr
sr20vet = 9.5 cr
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(-12) is sent to solenoids and openes it.
sr20ve = 11 cr
sr20vet = 9.5 cr
thanks.........
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(-12) is sent to solenoids and openes it.
sr20ve = 11 cr
sr20vet = 9.5 cr
Ok from above I understand that a -12V (negatively switched) signal is sent to solenoids. Solenoids? How many are there?

Can someone give me a more technical explanation on how the cam timing is controlled on a SR20VE please?
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(-12) is sent to solenoids and openes it.
sr20ve = 11 cr
sr20vet = 9.5 cr
9.5 cr on a turbo application?
Isnt that a bit high for turbocharging?
Whats it boosting at?
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I've had my eye on the sr20ve for awhile and really looking to swap that into my 97 sentra [auto].. I found the motor for about 1300 off ebay comes with the motor autotrans ecu a/c etc... With that said would i have to get the sr20 axels and sr20 mounts and such, or can the motor be safely dropped in?
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I am currently in the process of putting a SR20VE in my 92 Pulsar Hatch Back but i want to use a Tiptronic Tranny do you have any suggestion as to where i can find one that will work or a part # so i can start my search
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will the ve work with a de ecu or will I need to find a ecu for a ve and along that line will it work with a de wiring harness and will it fit without modificaions in a 200sx ser and the factory 5 speed

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hi all i am new to this site i would like to find a pdf wirring diagram for sr20ve p11
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