If you really want a forced induction car, I would sell the sentra and get a turbo car. If you must boost a sentra, I'd either rebuild the whole engine and go with a turbo, or SC for a extreme low boost aplication on a stock engine. Then prey to the tensal gods and hope your rods don't snap. Don't forget piston ring gods. They will be angry if the fuel and managment is not tunned right.Sentra SER said:I plan on sometime next to either turbo charge my car (which the guy at the place said would put me up at 250 hp) or to super charge it, I haven't look for anything on a supercharger, but in your opinion, which on is better?
you ask mike young how the insurance is on his car and compair it to any stock turbo car and the differance will be insain. i have no tickets and no crashes and its still stupid expencive.1.6pete said:ok..........you boost a sentra and pay the insurance no problem...........
now go and buy a corvette...any corvette i dont care what it is or what hp it has you WILL NOT BE ABLE TO INSURE IT and if you can than you are an exception...we are not. this is why the tuners came around, they anted fast cars with low insurance. <paraphrased from mike' (hall's) article in NPM :thumbup: by the way good one mike :cheers: )
It depends what engine/car he has, if he has an SER like in his nick and an SR20 engine, are you crazy? The tranny may not be extremely strong, but it can easily hold 200 hp. And the engine? 200hp is nothing on a boosted SR20.caveman said:I wouldn't trust the engine or the tranny to hold over 200HP. It is not a very strong car to start with.