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I have a 96 se-r and I got to looking at the front end of a G20. Now heres the kicker what I'm curious about is replacing the front bumper, hood and headlights on the B14 to the P11 parts.
When I was looking at the G20 I noticed the turn signals and fenders look to have the same demensions. So the problems that could arise would be if the P11 hood was too wide or thin, and the mounting of the bumper, and of course the headlights.

If anyone can help me out on this that'd be great cause I love the P11 front bumper.

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I have the same questions my friend... Check this out. This is a buddies G20 and my Sentra SE-L........





Im gonna try and get the Headlamps, and make a bracket for them to mount at the top. Im still askin questions for everything though.
 

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The bumper on the P11 is a lot bigger on the sides so it stretches out a bit more (buddy bought my P11 front bumper for same thing and failed). BUT another one of my friends did a better thing, he bought the stillen front fascia and got it molded into his stock B14 bumper and it looks HELLA cool, looks like a P11 (without the lights though)
 

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Domiken said:
The bumper on the P11 is a lot bigger on the sides so it stretches out a bit more (buddy bought my P11 front bumper for same thing and failed). BUT another one of my friends did a better thing, he bought the stillen front fascia and got it molded into his stock B14 bumper and it looks HELLA cool, looks like a P11 (without the lights though)
pics please.

Ive seen two people successfully do it now though. Nismo200ser. and Another guy. All they had to do was trim. BUT, if it doesnt go flush with the sideskirts... Im not gonna do it.
 

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This thread got no love a few years ago. But I'm glad someone has come back and someone has actually done it. I'd like to see some pics of it.
 

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Anything is possible with enough time, money and skilled labor, but don't expect it to be easy if you want it to look clean. The two front ends may look like they have the same dimensions, but in reality everything - all the surfaces, not to mention geometry and mounting locations - are different. Almost-but-not-quite is easier, but looks, well...not quite right.

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