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2012-04-15 00:02:06
2012-04-15 00:05:39
Unfortunately no. I sold them. I have the sr20ve, sr16ve, and 20V cams. But no VET or N1.

The VET cams would respond well to this setup. It would spool faster, but make less top end. the powerband would be very broad I think.
2012-04-15 00:17:31
Originally Posted by Coheed
I am going to see if I can setup a time on the 25th. Should be interesting to see what the motor does on the dynojet on both sets.

hit me up sometime man, would like to come check it out again
2012-04-15 00:34:55
Vadim, what happened to holding the cams for me?
2012-04-15 00:43:25
Originally Posted by blairellis
Vadim, what happened to holding the cams for me?

Iirc, he's not selling it. Just letting him barrow to dyno.
2012-04-15 01:05:58
Originally Posted by Vadim
You wanna borrow them? If you like them more we can talk about buying them, otherwise just send them back?

Originally Posted by blairellis
Vadim, what happened to holding the cams for me?

You are correct, my first post is wrong. I'll probably have Coheed send them directly to you after he is done with them.
2012-04-16 05:22:23
One thing I am curious about if anyone has done the 6 speed swap. You guys notice an increase in torque steer in the twisties?

the tires I have now follow every groove in the road, but the HLSD seems to be on steroids when it comes to locking down. It spins both tires, but you feel the car tug. It is fine going straight, but even minor corrections under full throttle can cause some instability in the car. It takes some getting used to for sure. I don't really notice it too much when I am driving spiritedly in corners, but when I make corrections with steering input while changing lanes (for example) i do notice the torque steer.

The RE01-r tires to blame?
2012-04-16 07:40:41
Fwd is to blame u need slicks
2012-04-16 13:57:02
Did you replace your LCA bushings and others? Mine increased the road feel, but it decreased the instability in turns. I can actually drive the car fast up the mountain and feel pretty comfortable doing so, when before I was scared to push it.

Also you might be reaching the limit of your rear beam if it's still at stock 1/4" toe in. Though you are not at the limit when just changing lanes.

Originally Posted by MotoIQ
B14 and B15 Nissan Sentras have beam rear axles. The axle has a lot of rear toe in from the factory which makes the handling twitchy at the limit. The rear beam axle must be bent to remove the toe in.

The Ultimate Guide to Suspension and Handling: Part Seven- Tuning your Toe
2012-04-16 14:18:44

From what I remember of my conversation a couple weeks back with Coheed, he said that he replaced the rear beam with that off of a B15 (IIRC) and that gave him less toe in. A bent rear beam would be an ideal situation to combat any toe in, but from what I remember its less than a stock B14 now on his car.
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