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i'm looking to turn my 94 nissan sentra into a high performance racer. i was thinking about boring and stroking my engine, but i don't know if this is the best place to start. it needs alot of work done to the front end, so should i start there? i'm at a loss. hope someone can help me.
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JaxGa said:
i'm looking to turn my 94 nissan sentra into a high performance racer. i was thinking about boring and stroking my engine, but i don't know if this is the best place to start. it needs alot of work done to the front end, so should i start there? i'm at a loss. hope someone can help me.
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All i have ti say is good luck. If you have the GA16 then you cant bore it. As far as performance goes it would be much better to go turbo cause all motor will cost way to much and wont yeild as good of results as a turbo will. I hope you have pretty deep pockets man because you'll soon find out that working on cars is not cheap. :thumbup:
 

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Slacky said:
yea with a lot of work i think that the 300 hp mark was recently broken, why not start off with a base hp of 205 with a sr20, work your way up from there
im pretty sure that the Sr20 doesnt have a base hp of 205, that is unless your talking about DET.
 

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you can bore the ga16, I believe that wes did to his, and his has 250HP, the highest that I think anyone has ever seen on the 1.6 (anybody know of any higher?)

I'm not sure what all you're wanna swap with the sr20 if you do that, the det would be better if your wanting max power, about 10 grand should be able to get you a high powered engine, either swapping out, or boring turbo and going nutz on the ga16
 

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