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switt240sx

An American that has wonder into the wrong neighborhood

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hey guys , 

I'm an American, car enthusiast , drift car enthusiast.  I've been slowly working/collecting parts for my s13 hatch project.  I've recently bought an RB25DE that came out of an auto r32 sedan.  non VCT non turbo rb25  are really rare here, most people don't even know there is an rb25 without vct. so i've been doing loads of research and i end up here a lot!  I just wanted to say thanks! and if you have any advise so on id love to hear it.  im a diesel mechanic, so i can more or less can tear into about anything.  

 

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Is an S13 hatch what I might know as a 180sx? If so, didn't it come with a 1.8 or 2l turbo (or was it different over there?)

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1 hour ago, Duncan said:

Is an S13 hatch what I might know as a 180sx? If so, didn't it come with a 1.8 or 2l turbo (or was it different over there?)

240SX in the US. Had that godawful KA ute motor in it.

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Yeah it’s called a 240sx in the states , it came with a distributor truck engine basically.  It’s not a lot of fun so most people end up swapping it out.  A lot people do Chevy 5.3 here and sr20’s 

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