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Old 12-23-2006, 01:25 PM
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GT-35R quiestion

Hi guys, im new here and with Nissan too. I want to know if the SR20DET can handle a Ball Bearing GT-35R or a smaller turbine should do better?
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Old 12-23-2006, 10:09 PM
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i have 2 buddies that have 35-R's on there SR's and they are fine but of course you'll need alot more than just the turbo to run that
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Old 12-24-2006, 12:13 PM
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Thats nice, but like what i need to run a 35-R?well, i think it should manage it fine because here in Puerto Rico i have a friend that have a 35-R in a integra B-18 with 500hp, and is a smaller engine than the nissan's
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depends on how much boost/power u wana run, why dont you give details on power goals and specs of what u plan to have and maybe that would help us help u
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im just hant to have big power just in case, not exactly have actually big power, just knowing that the car has the potential to make good ponies, in other words, i dont want to build an engine with parts that can only gain 300 to 400 hp, if im going ti build the engine someday, its going to be good ones in one shot, just in case of wanting more
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Equal length manifold, injectors, and tuning tuning tunig.
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balanced crank
pistons
rings
metal headgasket
new valves
cams
springs
retainers
rods
bearings
intercooler
standalone
manifold
3in. or bigger from turbo back
700+ injectors
badass clutch
flywheel
good fluids
good diff
excellent suspension setup (i can only stress the need for a good suspension/brake setup with high power cars)

i know im missing some but u get the idea, build it up and itll handle a good 500-600hp
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i hope so because ive seen other cars with those same mods and they only get 300 to 400 hp
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