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93 KA24DE Intake Manifold

Old 01-16-2009, 12:10 PM
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93 KA24DE Intake Manifold

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Is an intake manifold off of a 91 KA24DE compatible with a 93 KA24DE?

Any help would be appreciated!

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Old 01-16-2009, 07:54 PM
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Yes, I believe the 95 to 98 ka24's had a different intake manifold that had more flow. Please correct me if I am wrong.
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Old 01-17-2009, 12:44 AM
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91-94 are the same.. they all have OBD1 style plugs and Throttle body.

the 95ish to 98 all have secondary butterflies removed ( you can manually do this to the OBD1 manifolds) and flow is increased.

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Old 01-17-2009, 11:59 AM
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Thanks for the reply!

Might be buying a manifold from someone and there was some confusion as to whether it was a 91 or 93?!?! turns out it is a 93. Just wanted to do my homework in case it was a 91!

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Originally Posted by Biggamehit View Post
91-94 are the same.. they all have OBD1 style plugs and Throttle body.

the 95ish to 98 all have secondary butterflies removed ( you can manually do this to the OBD1 manifolds) and flow is increased.
More flow because it doesn't have the Butterflies correct or is there a design difference that allows more flow?
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because the butterfly/swirl valves are gone. same design.

on the later years, a air temp sensor along with other OBDII items were introduced
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no problem Mr. Cotton

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lol

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All 1991 through 1998 nissan 240sx KA24de manifolds are all bolt on compatible. it just the additional hardware such as TB, aand some sensors are not, and the 95-98 do not use the SCV's or solenoids.
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Originally Posted by Biggamehit View Post
because the butterfly/swirl valves are gone. same design.

on the later years, a air temp sensor along with other OBDII items were introduced
Thought so...
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Stewie Cotton it is

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That is a great name.........lol, forgive me for laughing but it could be much worse
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