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does anyone know if the parts from a 91 nx1600 fit onto a 92 nx2000?? cause theres a car for sale and i want to buy it and use it for parts but dont know if the parts fit ...if anyone knows let me know pls..
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whiptastic handling said:
does anyone know if the parts from a 91 nx1600 fit onto a 92 nx2000?? cause theres a car for sale and i want to buy it and use it for parts but dont know if the parts fit ...if anyone knows let me know pls..
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That depends on what you want.
Some interior parts will swap easily as they're the same thing. T-Roof, seats, hatch cover, some body pieces.
Engine - no.
Suspension - no.
Brakes - no.
Unless you can be more specific with what parts you want, the best answer you're going to get will be very vague.
 

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nissannx said:
Some interior parts will swap easily as they're the same thing. T-Roof, seats, hatch cover, some body pieces.

The NX2k doesnt have better seats than the 1.6 NX? I knew the seats werent great, but figured they were better than the base model. :thumbdwn:
 

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The NX2k doesnt have better seats than the 1.6 NX? I knew the seats werent great, but figured they were better than the base model.
The cloth is different, but the seat itself is the same.
 

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nissannx said:
Engine - no.
Suspension - no.
Brakes - no.
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What?

100% of the parts will swap!

It might not be logical or desireable to swap a 1.6 motor in place of the 2.0, but you CAN do it.
Same goes for the brakes, suspention, ...everything.

In these high gas price times, it might not be such a bad idea. (Probably easier to just do a good tuneup & reground the engine & MAF.)
 

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INX2C said:
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What?

100% of the parts will swap!
Okay, you got me. I was not thinking of a wholesale swap (as you say, it's not logical so I didn't consider it ), but of grabbing a couple of parts here and there. That is, you shouldn't take just the calipers off of a 1600 and try to make it work with the 2000s existing brake components; you couldn't pull the head or manifold off a 1600 and use it on a N2K block.
With those components it's all or nothing.

As to the point of wanting a more efficient car, then sell the N2K and buy something economical.
 
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