i swapped a an se-r throttlebody onto my ga16 and am having a few problems please reply if you can help
I have the SR20 TB installed for about 3 years now. Its from the 1995 200sx SER motor. They used the same linkage as the 1991-1994, the intake holes line up exactly, strange, but works well. The opening in the manifold needs cut with a grinder with a good bit, I used a die grinder like a head porting bit. Then smoothed it out. I also took the manifold off to clean the carbon out of it. The TPS on the 1995 SER TB is plug and play, adjust the TPS for GA16DE specs. YOu will need a new sleave for your cold air pipe if you have that system. I have a place racing hard pipe, I called them up for an SE-R sleave to fit onto the new TB. You will not notice that much difference, a little in the top and a better throttle snap, Its an easy mod. I think when I do the head and cams and high compression, the TB will work better. I also am going to convert the GA16 MAF to a 2.0 MAF. The ECU has to be programmed for the MAF work. You will need a JWT ECU also , plan to spend over 500 for such computer.0341TODD said:Did this ever go anywhere? Did anyone ever figure this out or get it to work? I put the 240 tb on and I made it about 2 miles before the car just knocked out on me- it was kinda undrivable to and the idle was unstable-- so like I thought-- too big !
this mod is not really worth it unless you have full exhaust and head and cam work.. with a 66mm tb wont your car run really lean cuz that is a lot of air especially going from a 50mm to 66mm.. it seems kinda of pointless if you ask me.. if you have a b14 you can either go with the RC big bore tb or just get an expierenced machinest to bore yours to a 54mm... there have been a lot of threads so search around, you will find answers quicker.. install and everything should be on the forumTOOQIK said:well what if you just replace the linkage??
i have a 93 se-r TB that i want to put on my 91 1.6
they mount up right and if you flip the tps over 180degrees it mounts ....just have a small problem witha vacuum line
and how hard is it to change the linkage?? I really want to do this and keep my cruise control