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Just wanted to get your guys opinions on this issue. I have a 200sx sr20det that I am selling because I have no time for anymore. I am gonna get another car that is na with a few bolt ons and later on down the road go with spray. I want na for now for its dependability and less headaches than turbo. Just wanted to know the difference in pull on a stock det vs de+n. I think the times in the 1/4 should be pretty close as well as the butt-o-meter. I just like the daily drivability of a n/a car vs turbo. Thanks for any input.... I am NOT comparing de+n to a built sr20det
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lol..yeah..true. I am not looking to use it all the time, just when i want to race. I just dont like the hassle of turbo. I just wanted to know what a 200sx with i/h/e with 80 shot would run compared to a det swapped stock bb car
I'm guessing a 200SX SE-R weighs in around 2500 lbs.. So, hitting high 13's with nitrous + bolt-ons should not be a problem whatsoever. With a 75 shot, you would produce roughly 225-235 BHP. I can easily see 101-104 MPH traps from this.
no..i used some big ass 15inch tires...i dont remember how wide but i ran them at 18psi... LOL... not good for the tires, but good for me... lets just say i had to replace tires cause i forgot to refill them after the race and i lost one on the way home.
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