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You're going to have a hard time finding an E16 engine. Better off to get your engine rebuilt. This way you can still retain your carbs. If you want to go to a GA14DE, now you're dealing with fuel injection.
 

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They made the GA engine with a carburetor. If a GA engine ends with "S," then it's a single cam GA motor with a carb. If it ends with "DS," then it's a dual cam GA engine with a carb.
 

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You're going to have a hard time finding an E16 engine. Better off to get your engine rebuilt. This way you can still retain your carbs. If you want to go to a GA14DE, now you're dealing with fuel injection.
So my intention was to make it a 200 sti when I got her , I need to get her on the road stock standard as I have a buyer
 

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i was offered a GA16 engine running together with a gearbox , I have box shape sentra 1990 model and I would like to find out if theres any major modifications to drop it in my car
 

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i was offered a GA16 engine running together with a gearbox , I have box shape sentra 1990 model and I would like to find out if theres any major modifications to drop it in my car
The Sentra B13 generation came standard with a GA16DE. You'll need the engine wiring harness and the ECU with the GA16DE.
 
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