MY MOM'S REACTION to Sentra SE-R w/ SR20VE swap
http://www.jordanwhitemusic.com - my Mom's reaction to my 1992 Sentra SE-R
w/ SR20VE motor swap; all bolt-ons and some internal work. While it's only
putting down around 250 crank HP, it only weighs 1,990lbs, confirmed on
scale, without driver.. Removed all seats except fronts, no power steering,
no A/C, no rear spoiler, no wiper motor or washer fluid box, no sound
deadening tar or carpeting, no spare, jack, lightweight Rota wheels, light
flywheel/pulleys, everything that could be removed without compromising
safety was taken out (except the headliner), front two seats, seatbelts,
dash and rear speaker deck, that's it. So it weighs as much as a lawn mower
:) More info at http://sr20ve.jordanwhitemusic.com.
S13 SR20 240sx w/ GT28 @ 16psi
The story of my 240sx from a s13 SR20 with blown T28 @ 12-14psi, bad head,
and no tune. To a GT28RS @16psi with Rebuilt Head, AEM EMS tune. Made
320whp on the Dyno
with stock cams. Tuned by BRE Motorsports in Concord NC.
240sx Stock long block sr20det dyno at 20.6 psi of boost and E85 Dyno of my stock
longblock sr20det on 20.6 psi of Boost on E85. Best pull was 455.89 RWHP and
348.43 RWFT-LB with a nice powerband from 4 k to 7.5 k rpms
Engine Mods are:
T3/T04r .57 trim ball bearing turbo, 2
walbro fuel pumps, 850cc injectors, BC 264 cams, E85 tune, and bolt ons
like freddy intake manifold, Exhaust
In the video, prior to Dyno I told everyone that I MAY
break 200 whp lol. I was hoping to break 400 whp but bracing myself for a
lowly 380 or lower, I was pleasantly surprised!
Link to Dyno sheet:
Alternative link to Dyno Sheet.
Note: Dyno pull
starts around 4:20 or so.
1992 Nissan Silvia SR20DET, 2.0L turbo, RWD modified
1992 Nissan Silia SR20DET, 2.0L turbo,
RWD, 5 speed, ground effects, custom paint, 18" AVS custom wheels, Recaro
seats, A/M 2-way LSD, FMIC Intercooler, 300zx twin turbo brakes, 5 lug conversion, S14 turbo, 3" Exhaust, rear wing, sunroof, clear lights, A/M
suspension, Intake, Many upgrades, Very clean. Engine Type Inline 4 turbo
Fuel Type Gas
Drive Type Right Hand Drive
Drive Train Type 2 Wheel Drive
Transmission Type 5 Speed Manual
Mileage 125000 km
Primary Color Silver
Secondary Color Silver
Interior Type Cloth
Interior Color Red
Stock Number 0702-10
18 Inch Wheels, Adjustable Suspension, After Market Seat/Seats, Aftermarket
CD player, Aftermarket Gauges, Aftermarket Intake, Aftermarket Limited Slip
Differential, Aftermarket Wheels, Aftermarket/Upgraded Brakes,
Aftermarket/Upgraded Clutch, Aftermarket/Upgraded Exhaust, Aftermarket/Upgraded Intercooler, Anti Lock Brakes, Ground
Effects, Heated Seats, Limited Slip Differential, New/Upgraded Tires, Power
Locks, Power Windows, Privacy Glass, Sun Roof, Tachometer, Tuned ECU
(Electronic Control Unit), turbo Timer,
UPDATE!! 1997 nissan s14 kouki sr20det build (part2) with dyno video!
*skip to 18:18 to see video of the car running
*skip to 24:53 for Dyno video
so after my last video the car ran good for about 2 weeks. long story
short, the tune that my last shop did set my motor up for detonation so
cylinder #1 dropped a significant amount of compression. the other 3 did as
well but not to such a degree.
it took me around 7-8 months to gather enough money to go with forged
internals rather than OEM.
i was on the verge of purchasing all the parts when i came across what i
thought was too good to be true.
someone in north carolina had a nice 1996 nissan 240se shell and fully
built block for sale. he was asking right around what it would of cost me
to rebuild my motor and considering i was getting a entire car and many
aftermarket parts with it, it was a no-brainer for me... I WAS SOLD!
here are SOME of the parts included with the 1996 240 shell:
-Freddy intake manifold/$140
FULLY ASSEMBLED BLOCK (BLUEPRINTED AND RACE BALANCED)
-9:1 forged cp pistons $470
-Brian crower 1200hp "I beam extreme" 19mm GT-R +625 ARP hardware/ $630
-ACL race rod and main bearings /$121.60
-nissan thrust washer /$12
-B&M short shifter/$200
-Megan turbo elbow/$55
-stock inj w/ fuel rail/$80
-Intercooler and piping/$140
-t25 stock turbo/$100
-sr20 stock maf/$45
-sr20det stock oil pan/$30
-winning specialties harness/$200
-stance rear upper control arms
-stance coilovers/ $1000
-greddy blow off valve
-turbosmart Boost controller
and some other stuff..
picked it all up and the rest was history.
car made some healthy numbers after everything was dialed in, the head will
get built next and them I'm gonna be going for 450hp so subscribe for
hope you enjoyed and thanks for watching
Dyno tuned by rolo at
CFT turbo in orlando
NEW!!! UPDATED!!! Driving Around in Nissan 240sx
So its been 1 year since my last Driving Around video, and just wanted to
do an updated one. No more key noise (lol), no more cracked dashboard and
other new things. For performance i only have custom intake, and eBay
catback. Its a 1989 240sx with the Ka24e single cam engine.
Nissan 240SX Tomei ExpremeTi Exhaust, Oil pan and Vibrant hi-flow cat Install
Our Nissan S14 project car gets some serious performance upgrades starting
with a 10lb titanium Tomei ExpremeTi Exhaust system. It's mated to a Vibrant
Performance GESI ODBII compliant high-flow catalytic converter.
For good measure we add a baffled Tomei oil pan onto our SR20DET, a must
for track day enthusiasts.
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Boost and Personality-Nissan S14 240sx Review!
A car imagined up by many of our inner childhoods, for this video we hop in
the much desired to be reviewed 240sx. This one is Ricky Parker's, a guy
who took our 12 year old tuner mindset and made it a reality. Street
fighter,autobots, video games, and Boost-it doesn't get much better than that.
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A beautiful car with a beast of an engine. I bet all Nissan lovers want
one.........Who am I kidding! I'm not a Nissan Fan and I want one!!!
That's how good it is!
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