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Okay its late, and I really don't feel like searching this..Although I did make a half ass attempt at it :loser: ..Anyways I have a 95 200sx se and Im thinkkning about whats the best way to go..I have probally 5 grand I can put into the engine over time..So what do you think is better for 5 grand and what quarter mile time would be better..A hot shot turbo and go from there..Or drop in a Sr20de motor and work with that..Labor is not an issue my dads a Nissan master technician..So please let me know what you guys think is better. :cheers:
 

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Okay its late, and I really don't feel like searching this..Although I did make a half ass attempt at it :loser: ..Anyways I have a 95 200sx se and Im thinkkning about whats the best way to go..I have probally 5 grand I can put into the engine over time..So what do you think is better for 5 grand and what quarter mile time would be better..A hot shot turbo and go from there..Or drop in a Sr20de motor and work with that..Labor is not an issue my dads a Nissan master technician..So please let me know what you guys think is better. :cheers:
sell the car and buy a b15 :thumbup:
 

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Im 16...Can't afford the insurance, nice idea tho..thatll be in oh 6 years or so :thumbup: lol
 

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sell the car and buy a b15 :thumbup:
why, they arent worth it...


its what you prefer, most will say just get an SR20det, but others will say GA... the ga-t will be a lot easier. and considering you are 16 and you prolly wont know how to launch and dont have too much experience, either one you go with you will be around 15. I suggest the hs kit.. its not worth the hassle for thhe swap..
 

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Im 16...Can't afford the insurance, nice idea tho..thatll be in oh 6 years or so :thumbup: lol
Go with the HS kit, trust me from experience. I installed it myself. You'll need about $5500.00 in total. You'll nee ecu programing($600) and definately a HD clutch, while you're doing that you may as well put in a lightened flywheel. That's what I did. HS kit $4,000, clutch/flywheel $800 and ecu $600. There really isn't any extras that are necessary with the HS kit, it is about as thorough and complete as it can be. The power increase is incredible. I live driving my car, what a difference. Read up on the NPM articles that are on michael Youngs project 200sx turbo.http://www.nissanperformancemag.com/projects/project200sx.php here's the link, I read it about a hundred times. Good luck with your project. Here's some pics of mine.



 

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^that car is soo hot...


back to the subject, its really all what you want to get our of it.. less people have the the turboed ga and we are slowly getting a bigger aftermarket and is become more popular, but dont do something based on 1/4 miles cuz if you get everything and you dont run what you excpet you will get very upset.. remember that there are a billion facts when it comes to racing.. we have people with turboed ga's that have ran 16 while we have some with a maxed out all motor running 15.6.. but learning to launch and driver experience plays a large part of it...
 

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Yeah I agree..Im still learning :) but my dad said he'll teach me all that no problem soo..I think im going to get the normal bolt ons and what not now and get the hotshot kit eventually when I can really use it to its full potential (aka being a better driver)..I guess 1/4 times was a bad title..Im just lookin to make sure I beat all these damn ricers around here in Pittsburgh..By the way..Turbo200 I LOVE YOUR CAR IT IS LIKE, MY IDOL.. :thumbup: . Im probally gettin mine painted that color or black in the summer :cheers:
 
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