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Hi, im new to sr20 forum as I just bought a 91 se-r. I found these cars have a lot of transmission issues, after I messed up my car.lol I did alot of searching and tried all kinds of keywords. but none of the threads i read really gave me an answer i felt comfortable with.
Well *** happened was, i was taking off from an intersection and i punched it after i was rolling in first (no clutch dump) and i took it to 7500 and slammed it into second just to show off to an integra and everything was cool till i went to a stop. when i slowly let off the clutch to (normal speed) drive away from the next stop sign and the car vibrates furiously like the engine is trying to jump out, it only did it on the release stoke of the pedal. when it was in gear and rolling there was no issues. i was worried that its my transmission imput shaft bearing so i got a tranny for 50bux but when i dropped the tranny they both had the same amount of shaft play (no homo) and i noticed the release bearing was okay also, but i will be replacing this reguardless.
so i was wondering if theres anyway you can check a b13 tranny for damage, and has anybody experienced this wierd vibration i did? any tips would be greatly appreciated.
Haha, the teggy was going the opposite direction, but yes my car does beat ls integras. i need to beat a gsr next . i wonder if the sr20ve guys beat typre r integras??? BTW thanks for the replies guys.
sr20ve and Type R if there both have just bolts on and cams im sure the VE can take the Type R anyday. I ran 14.5 with mine and i only got bolts on and plus im a BIG guy lolz im sure if i lose some weights ill be in the low 14s and cams will take me to high 13s.
And check all your motor mounts and did you check your clutch when you swap the tranny?
'91 Sentra SE-R - SR20VE 187whp 138wtq, JWT ECU, SAFC II, JWT Pop Charge, DE maf., Ebay 2.5 Header, 2.5 VRS catback, MSD 8969, ACT HD 6 puk sprung disc, Spanking them Honda's all day
Sounds like the OP might have damaged the clutch hub. I'd check it thoroughly while the tranny is still out. Mine is doing the same thing and I'm almost positive it's the center hub that has a collapsed spring or something along those lines.
Oh and as far as the beating an ITR even with a VE, think again because I own one and the VE will not hang with the R on the top end of the tach period.
1994 Sentra SE-R purchased with 134-K miles August 2006. Made it to 400K on 2-1-2012!
Anyone have more than 400K on the original motor give me a shout. I'd like to here about it. Now at 411K, the saga of the SR20 finally comes to an end.
This car is currently for sale with a lot of extra parts. PM me if interested.
I see maybe a real Type R is different. I race a couple GSR with Cam's, manifold, and ITR piston and beat them not far just fender lol but yea i guess the Real thing is different and with the Type R tranny it should be a different beast. But yea i think the VE and type R are at the same class.
Not to get way off topic here but my N/A days with the R are in the past and I'm going to build a mild turbo motor. I've raced B15 SE-R's and with my Teg and the Sentra both having bolt on parts only (I/H/E, stock ECU) the big torque of the 2.5 would always get me 2 car lengths out of the hole. After second gear the story changes and I'd get him by 1 to 1.5 lengths being dead even by the 1K' mark. One other thing is the ITR is 100lbs lighter and 25 horses stronger than the GSR. Drive them back to back and they don't even feel the same.
Back on topic, I'm really getting sick of B13 tranny problems. Especially when I don't drive the car like I stole it.
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