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2016-09-13 03:19:41
#31
What they need to do is come back with a classic look again bring back the b13 body just a little different and put 300+ hp in it and call it a day
2016-09-13 11:14:27
#32
How is the reliability of the 1.6 and what can one expect to gain HP wise with bolt-on's?
2016-09-13 13:37:51
#33
Originally Posted by eggman
This car is direct competition for the Civc 1.5 turbo coming out.Itsnot really meant to be a performance car.
.The civic has 180hp in its best trim level...so Nissan trumps that by 8 whopping HP and this sentra looks way better in my opinion
Hopefully the Nismo Sentra could rival the Civic Typer R but I wont hold my breathe on
that


I just wish it could rival the Integra Type-R from 15 years ago!
2016-09-13 13:53:52
#34
Originally Posted by White
What they need to do is come back with a classic look again bring back the b13 body just a little different and put 300+ hp in it and call it a day


Maybe they're saving that for the 30'th Anniversary Edition. They already missed out on the 25th anniversary...
2016-09-13 14:30:28
#35
Originally Posted by jimbo_se-r
Originally Posted by White
What they need to do is come back with a classic look again bring back the b13 body just a little different and put 300+ hp in it and call it a day


Maybe they're saving that for the 30'th Anniversary Edition. They already missed out on the 25th anniversary...


With Ghosn running the show, don't hold your breath.
2016-09-13 16:24:59
#36
Originally Posted by White
What they need to do is come back with a classic look again bring back the b13 body just a little different and put 300+ hp in it and call it a day


This just isn't realistic though.
2016-09-13 16:28:20
#37
Originally Posted by blackb15
Originally Posted by White
What they need to do is come back with a classic look again bring back the b13 body just a little different and put 300+ hp in it and call it a day


This just isn't realistic though.


Where the IDx concepts at? :P
2016-09-13 16:48:01
#38
Originally Posted by White
What they need to do is come back with a classic look again bring back the b13 body just a little different and put 300+ hp in it and call it a day


Kinda like this, but reliable...

2016-09-13 17:22:06
#39
Originally Posted by SE-RMonkey
How is the reliability of the 1.6 and what can one expect to gain HP wise with bolt-on's?


With this being the same as a Juke v2.0 engine you can make decent power. The Juke v1.0 engines in manual transmission format are making as much as 250-260whp and 300 lb-ft on stock turbo. And even more with a Juke turbo converted into TD04-19T specs. The v2.0 has slightly higher compression, turbo with built-in recirculation valve, EGR system, electronic controlled oil pressure and electric thermostat valve. The envelope with the v2.0 engine has not been reached yet but expect similar levels of power once people figure the tune on it. The Aussie guys get the same v1.0 engine as the 2011-2014 Jukes and 2014+ Juke Nismo RS.
2016-09-13 22:19:29
#40
Originally Posted by Kyle
Originally Posted by blackb15
Originally Posted by White
What they need to do is come back with a classic look again bring back the b13 body just a little different and put 300+ hp in it and call it a day


This just isn't realistic though.


Where the IDx concepts at? :P


Probably sitting around looking pretty in Nissan's storage warehouse in Japan would be my guess.
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