Well, since the 200 SX SE had the 1.6 and the 200 SX SE-R has the 2.0, I can see where there is a disadvantage in having the SE. It would take you a hell of a lot longer to get to 109 mph than the SE-R.akk51 said:i've heard that a clear advantage the se has over the ser is the speed limiter on the se-r that cuts the gas at 109? Has anyone else heard this? What's the se's top speed in stock?
OPIUM3 said:Does anyone know a mathematical formula to calculate a theoretical top speed? I've searched through the net only to find a bunch of b.s. formula's that are always off. Especially after checking and re-checking my math. I've got all the info that I would think you need like all the gear ratio's, final drive, etc etc... I just need a formula to figure it out. I don't have a speed limiter in my ride, and I've taken it to near redline in 5th gear before, and I've always wondered how fast I was going. I don't have a speedometer. I was guessing around 140mph with my NX2000 transmission.