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    1999 SSS pulsar n15 s2 sr30det engine swap

    Hey all.

    Just wondering if it would be posible to put a sr30det in a 1999 sss n15 and what gear box would handle the power?

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    Assuming you mean SR20DET, yes it can be done, you must use one that comes from an east west configuration such as a bluebird, wingroad or gti-r. You cannot use Silvia RWD motors for a FWD. You can use stock gearbox but it will eventually give out. It will probably last reasonably well on a stock conversion, but add boost and exhaust and other stuff you're outta luck. There are a few gearbox choices but none of them are cheap and easy so carefully consider the extent of what you're getting into.

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    Ahh i see moneys not an issue looking for somthing different so big power in a front wheel drive is what im lookong at

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    If you want big power, upgrading the gear box is a must, be prepared to spend some $$$$

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    There are really only two options. RS5F70A/V or RS6F51A/H gearbox.

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    Cheers man ill have to see what i can find

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