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2008-01-07 23:37:57
Originally Posted by waltg
my trans is suppossed to be from a 98 se, but I'm not sure what it really is. I'm thinking it is actually from a 98 se-l. it is a cable trans, and does have the hump at the driver side axle. I'll probably have it out in a couple of days, and I'll post some pics

98-99 Sentra SE is a 4 door SER. Has a Lowport SR20 motor in it. The transmission is always Non LSD.

98-99 Sentra SEL is the same as the above but has white face guages, gun metal wheels, some badges and some diffrent trimming.

I know that you could get a Sentra SE and SE-L with LSD but it was an option. I have never seen any of the cars above with LSD as a factory option.
2008-01-07 23:55:01
are all non lsd trannies flat where the drivers side axle is, because this one has the big hump there
2008-01-08 00:10:58
They have a little hump. This is from a 98 SE:

Big hump:

2008-01-08 00:26:57
yeah I got the big hump
2008-01-08 00:34:14
it also has a cable drive spedo will that make a difference or is it only the cluster thats different?
2008-01-08 10:59:33
i'm not exactly sure which it is from. i could find a part/serial # and do some digging. i'd like $100 plus shipping.
2008-01-08 18:59:01
here it is I would have to say its not out of a g20 because the gearing is the same as my se-r
2008-01-09 06:33:54
hmmm I wonder which is third gear
2008-01-09 08:11:24
I had 350whp, and the only gear i broke in 4 years of high power turbo was 4th. Just lucky i guess, but it was fun trying to smash box's at the drag strip. 2nd gear 6000k launch's with slicks and flat shifting.
2008-01-09 16:38:01
i wasn't even doing much I just accelerated up a steep hill, and at about 5000 rpms the thing let loose and I hit the rev limiter my immediate thought was that I broke an axle
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