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I have been thinking about throwing a sr20de in a 240 and setup for a dragcar only. running lots of spray.I just have few ?s.Is the wiring the same on a de and det?And does any one make a header for the de...Im thinking it will be hard to find one and might be better off having one made.Thanks any info would be great.:thumbsup
 

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Where are you going to get a RWD sr20de engine from?
I don't know any shop that has the Silvia Q engines.
Why would you want to use a motor that has less HP for a drag car??
Stillen makes SR20de headers
 

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They aren't hard to find, and they're definately cheap.

I got mine at a local shop... Dont know where else you'd find one.

Wiring is different. The DE uses a distrubutor, not coilpacks.
 

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Where are you going to get a RWD sr20de engine from?
I don't know any shop that has the Silvia Q engines.
Why would you want to use a motor that has less HP for a drag car??
Stillen makes SR20de headers


Hmmmm.Easy to find for dirt cheap and they can handle like 150 shots with ease.I think it would be a good project and would be able to dip into the 11s on a nitrous setup.:yummy
 

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Do you realise how slow DE silvias actually are?
And the wiring is different due to a different ignition system.

Not on spray...Or am i better building a ka for spray???
 

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because 'spray' is the ULTIMATE way to make power, especially on a 2liter beast motor, screw you guys and fancy-smancy turbos and superchargers...

go KA, its cheaper and when you blow your engine after the first run or so parts are also cheaper.
 

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both the ka and the sr de, and det can make a bunch of power with no2. depending on your power goals. make sure your car gets dynotuned for the no2. we have built and tuned a number of cars running no2, the trick is tuning it right and using all the right parts and it will run a long time.

John, Groundzero motorsports,503-256-3278, Dyno tuning, and performance service.
 
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