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i have a 94 sentra, anyone know roughly how much it would cost me to swap the engine to an se-r and change the transmission?
and if i can put in a turbo, i live in LA.
 
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My advice is to call SR20 Development. 619-69-TURBO
 

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You would have to have the computer programmed for 500 at JWT, but the engine and tranny for 750 and then the clutch assembly stuff from a junk car or something unless you already have a manual then you are set if you get a new clutch cable for the sr20 tranny (rs32v i think). If you swap yourself you save a lot of money. People have done this already. Look at www.nissanperformancemag.com and www.sentra.net or www.se-r.net for answers. The other forums at www.sr20deforum.com may help also.

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It costs a lot. You've got a GA16DE I'm assuming. You'll need an ECU, ECU bracket, Harness, CV axles, Tranny, Engine, mounts, P/S pump and lines (if you have P/S), water pump. That's most of the big stuff. It'll cost you about $1600. And if you're really going to do it, buy a Japanese Spec engine, it'll cost you about the same as a US spec one. I've been reasearching a swap for about 9 months now and I realized that I can just buy an SE-R and save myself a lot of headache and money, plus have 4 wheel discs, better interior and instrumentation as well. For about $1600 you can buy a SR20DET with the T25 turbo and top mount intercooler. That'd be a bluebird motor most likely, or you can get an Avenir SR20DET with the T25 and no intercooler for about the same price. Or if you're really daring you can put a GTI-R SR20DET with the T28 on it but doing that one yourself would be tough to say the least. Get an SE-R then contemplate a swap.

You would have to have the computer programmed for 500 at JWT
Or buy an SR20DE ECU for $100
 
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