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coakley
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sr20 conversion

Postby coakley » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:35 pm

Anyone here converted an sr20det engine into one of these. Have a 180sx at home that i dont know what im doing with yet . Cant see it being a huge issue.

-mounts
-prop shaft made up
-Tunnel fab work ?
**** wiring/ecu (proper balls no doubt)

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paul c
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Re: sr20 conversion

Postby paul c » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:17 pm

coakley wrote:Anyone here converted an sr20det engine into one of these. Have a 180sx at home that i dont know what im doing with yet . Cant see it being a huge issue.

-mounts
-prop shaft made up
-Tunnel fab work ?
**** wiring/ecu (proper balls no doubt)

Has been done a lot lately great engine but costs too much i think i was getting quotes of 5k plus, obviously.depends on how much work etc you can do urself
seen as u have the car thats half the battle but i would
check kruizers thread on here he has it done and done properly i would ask him

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Re: sr20 conversion

Postby tomo » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:25 pm

+1 i know kruizaer on here has had it done by Martin French who has done one for a drift car. I think the majority of the cost is fabrication tho. Contacting kruizer or Martin French is probably the best way to go.
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Re: sr20 conversion

Postby coakley » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:31 pm

tomo wrote:+1 i know kruizaer on here has had it done by Martin French who has done one for a drift car. I think the majority of the cost is fabrication tho. Contacting kruizer or Martin French is probably the best way to go.


Ya i seen that he done the work and if i had the money would go to him but i reckon i could find someone alot cheaper. or rope the old man in doing some the fab work. The mounts shouldnt be too hard to get done and maybe widening the tunnelling if it needs shouldnt be too bad, yyyeeeeehhhhhaaaaaaawwwwwwwwww style.

Can get the prop shafts made up for handy money. The wiring part of it i can see being the balls and $$$$$$$

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Re: sr20 conversion

Postby tomo » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:39 pm

I think I seen somewhere that he sells the mounts separately, would be worth asking.
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Re: sr20 conversion

Postby skuzzy » Thu Nov 10, 2011 11:47 pm

as far as i no martin french has mounts and prop shafts made up to sell to prople and you shoudnt need to do any work on the tunnel
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