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They're chassis codes like the WD21 Pathfinder and R50 Pathfinder. B12 Sentra's run from 1985-1990 and B13 Sentra's run from 1991-1994.

 

The B14 Sentra SE-R is the one to have of any Sentra, even the newer ones. Factory SR20DE making 140hp and 132torques and a limited slip? Talk about an amazing daily that should still get you 30+mpg.

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They're chassis codes like the WD21 Pathfinder and R50 Pathfinder. B12 Sentra's run from 1985-1990 and B13 Sentra's run from 1991-1994.

 

The B14 Sentra SE-R is the one to have of any Sentra, even the newer ones. Factory SR20DE making 140hp and 132torques and a limited slip? Talk about an amazing daily that should still get you 30+mpg.

 

Gotcha, is it possible to swap an SE-R Drivetrain into that bad boy?

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Weird. I can't edit my post. I had meant the B13 SE-R is the one to have. The B14 is stupid, all of them.

 

I'm sure it's possible, I've never looked in to it though. I wouldn't mind an SE-R as a daily, but three cars would be too many!

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The NX2000 is the one to have, it has even better parts than the SE-R had, bigger front brakes, wider wheels with bigger tires, larger 2 core radiator, and a slightly lower ride height, the car is love it or hate it with it's weird looking body, Bad things were slightly heavier than the SE-R and I guess problems with the T-Tops, I'd sell my car if I could find a 2000 in a second !

 

http://www.cars.com/nissan/nx/1992/specifications/?acode=USA20NIC081B0

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:rofl:

 

btw that 200sx reminds me of a Delorean. Its Back to the Future time.

Delorean? Now that that's me back to the good old days.

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Ha! Do you remember how they forgot to put an ashtray in them so they came with one of those little bean bag ones? My first car came with 5 ashtrays and no airbags or cup holders. Just the opposite now.

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Silverton, no it was a sentra, and speedo went to 150, I had a video of the event, unfortunately I don't have it anymore, somehow the x wife has it. I will say it was the scariest thing I have been able to do driving. But yes 150.

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Don't remember the year or model, I rented it from enterprise. I worked down there for few years on the B-2 bomber I think it was 87-89, something like that. Got a new one every few weeks since Boeing was paying for them. I tried all the cars and kept going back to the Nissan's. Yes I would have to say that is the winner, whatwas that speedo in? 200 and ddigital.

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I have an original Delorean brochure

there was a delorean show in my area recently it was really sick there were like 5 i think i saw driving around in astoria/warrenton. one of them even had the whole BTF setup with the food saver.

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Might be a stupid question, since crank/rod wear issues. But I found an engine that has been outside and is supposedly ruined on one cylinder. Is it silly to think I could grab a couple pistons and put them on the rods in my current engine? Or the whole piston and rods in my engine? Trying to search around good not finding anything.

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