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How's it going,
My name's Alex. I'm new to this board. I've been the proud owner of a nice 91 Se-R for over two years now that i've done a few things to: AGX, Pro-Kits, Nismo 16x7 wheels, Yoko tires, Stillen intake, and 2.5" catback exhaust. I was just wondering if there are any clubs devoted to the SE-R in the Bay Area where I live? Or fellow Se-R lovers like myself?
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Ya here in tha East Bay,,Antioch..
still lookin for a club myself..
 

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Alex, how do you like your STILLEN intake? I just ordered mine last week. I'll be putting it in right when it arrives.

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1993 Nissan Sentra SE-R (5-Speed Manual)
STILLEN Hi-Flow Intake System
STILLEN Performance Exhaust System
15x7 Kosei K1 Silver Racing Wheels
195/50 ZR 15 Dunlop SP Sport 5000 Tires

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Hey Chris,
I like my intake. I got it about two years ago. I immediately noticed a small power increase, it revs more easily, and there's a definite increase in the noise level when you floor it. It sounds good though,like a growl! I recommend it.
 

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Excellent. Thanks for the info. I can't wait for the intake to arrive.


<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by RED 91 SE-R:
Hey Chris,
I like my intake. I got it about two years ago. I immediately noticed a small power increase, it revs more easily, and there's a definite increase in the noise level when you floor it. It sounds good though,like a growl! I recommend it.
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1993 Nissan Sentra SE-R (5-Speed Manual)
STILLEN Hi-Flow Intake System
STILLEN Performance Exhaust System
15x7 Kosei K1 Silver Racing Wheels
195/50 ZR 15 Dunlop SP Sport 5000 Tires
 

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Alex, the intake arrived today. A couple of quick questions. Does the breather-filter need to be oiled? STILLEN included a small pouch of K&N red air-filter oil, and the breather-filter is white in color. The actual cone air-filter is red in color, and seems to be already oiled. Also, if you installed the intake yourself, how difficult was it? I am going to attempt installing it on Friday. Thanks a lot in advance.

-Chris

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1993 Nissan Sentra SE-R (5-Speed Manual)
STILLEN Hi-Flow Intake System
STILLEN Performance Exhaust System
15x7 Kosei K1 Silver Racing Wheels
195/50 ZR 15 Dunlop SP Sport 5000 Tires

[This message has been edited by Chris93SER (edited 06-21-2001).]
 

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Yes, Chris,
The breather element does need to be oiled as well. I hate to admit it, but I did go to my mechanic to install it. He told me it was very simple but I was not brave enough to do it myself. I'm sure you could probably do it yourself, but if not it would probably take your mechanic a few minutes to do it.
Good luck!
Alex
 

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Alex,
I may end up bringing it to my mechanic also. I don't know if I'm brave enough to do it myself, the more and more I think about it. Is the cone air-filter STILLEN sent me already oiled though? Because I only think there is enough oil in that pouch to cover the breather-filter. Thanks again for all your help.

-Chris

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1993 Nissan Sentra SE-R (5-Speed Manual)
STILLEN Hi-Flow Intake System
STILLEN Performance Exhaust System
15x7 Kosei K1 Silver Racing Wheels
195/50 ZR 15 Dunlop SP Sport 5000 Tires

[This message has been edited by Chris93SER (edited 06-21-2001).]
 

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Thanks for the help. I'm installing it MYSELF tonight.


<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by MarC:
If the cone is red then it is oiled. And if you dont put that on yourself, THAT IS WEAK!


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1993 Nissan Sentra SE-R (5-Speed Manual)
STILLEN Hi-Flow Intake System
STILLEN Performance Exhaust System
15x7 Kosei K1 Silver Racing Wheels
195/50 ZR 15 Dunlop SP Sport 5000 Tires

[This message has been edited by Chris93SER (edited 06-21-2001).]
 

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The intake was very easy to install. Took about a half hour. I love it! That is the nicest sound I have ever heard when you hit above about 4500.
Thanks for all the help guys.

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1993 Nissan Sentra SE-R (5-Speed Manual)
STILLEN Hi-Flow Intake System
STILLEN Performance Exhaust System
15x7 Kosei K1 Silver Racing Wheels
195/50 ZR 15 Dunlop SP Sport 5000 Tires
 

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we have a group from sentra.net in the SF bay area.
 

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Hey man theres a bunch of us that hang in the city at least once a week..

ALoha Ryan PS just email me
 

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Yeah there are lotsa hidden SE-R dudes in the Bay Area. Much much more than you may think...

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Uh... I'm alive... I think...

--Andrew Phan
1998 200SX SE-R (all bolt-ons, slow)
1993 NX2000 (stock, doesn't feel slow)
 

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Where are you guys when I call out for a meet??? LOL. My friggin car isnt running anymore but I will have another SR20 powered car soon hopefully.


Broken 92Sentra SE with a heart transplant in the driveway.
 

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To Sr 20B12:
I bought my Nismo "Star" wheels from a shop here in San Francisco called Mach III. They were the only ones they had. (Nobody wanted them because I guess they don't fit Hondas). They weigh slightly below 15 lbs. and are the classic 5 spoke pattern. I don't have a scanner yet so I cannot show you what they look like. I've been pretty happy with them.
When I get a scanner I will post the pic.
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by RED 91 SE-R:
How's it going,
I was just wondering if there are any clubs devoted to the SE-R in the Bay Area where I live? Or fellow Se-R lovers like myself?
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Well, first thing you want to do is visit:

<http://www.serca.org>

This is the site of the SE-R Club of America. There are many SE-R folks in the bay area. They used to be better organized some years ago but I don't know of any SFBAMs (San Fran Bay Area Meets) in some time. The SoCal group is *very* active and lots of the NorCal guys travel to LA for their events.

George Roffe
VP SERCA
 
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