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2009-11-08 22:02:20
ga16de to a sr20det
well i have a b14 se and want to put a sr20det in it. i know this has been done alot but i cant find much on here so help me out. what do i need to change to my car to make it fit? what do i need to do to the wiring harness? motor mounts? and everything i eles i need to do??
2009-11-08 22:13:46
You need to get everything from a 95-97 SR20DE SER.

1. SR20DE rad $100-$325
2. SR20DE trans $400-$1100
3. SR20DE axles $120-$200
4. SR20DE highperformance clutch $350
5. SR20DE flywheel $50-$400
6. SR20DE engine mounts $60-$100
7. SR20DE tranny and passenger engine mount bracket
8. SR20DE 95-97 wire harness
9. you can use your original GA16DE ECU and have it programmed.
10. SR20DE starter
11. SR20DE Alt
12. SR20DE PS pump
13. You can use GA16DE AC comp but will have to get a 95 and newer AC Comp bracket
14. SR20DE engine bolts all $40
2009-11-09 00:24:44
You need the rear mount bracket and passenger mount bracket. The tranny mount bracket is the same between the 1.6 and 2.0. The crossmember mounts are the same, but the front mount bracket is not. You can also use any US A/C mount bracket. It doesn't need to be a B14 specifically. You won't need a flywheel if the engine comes with one.
2009-11-09 00:50:31
the se wiring harness plugs in to the sr10dets? axel wise whats the diffents
2009-11-09 04:45:43
No, you need the SE-R wiring harness. Odds are you won't get a complete harness with your engine so you'll need to fine one. The GA16 axles are different and will not work with the SR tranny.
2009-11-10 02:39:15
just the motor harness???
2009-11-16 18:23:54
Originally Posted by nissanb14jdm
just the motor harness???

You'll need the engine/tranny wiring harness. From the ECU all the way out to every last sensor on the engine and tranny.
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