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anyone adapted GTI-R ITBs to weber manifold?
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looks close and maybe good for boost if it fits

https://www.gspec.com/images/product/medium/7378_1_.jpg

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looks promising as they are only about $400

DCOE bores are on 90mm centers,
top bolts 110mm apart,
bottom bolts 70mm apart

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D i would like to know s/thing about the pulsars and maybe you have the answer.The pulsar gtir and the south african 1500 pulsar gearboxes --are they similar [i'm talking bellhousing mountings]

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Personally I wouldn't bother. They are quite ugly throttles when you look at the internal port shapes. And quite bulky too. I've just cast a one-off manifold for a SR20DE Autech to fit them and if I was to do it again I'd try to convince the customer to go to billet throttle blocks from EFI hardware. By the time you buy the GTI-R throttles, get them blasted to clean, sort out custom velocity stacks etc (why oh why do they have different bolt patterns between each runner!!) you're getting close to the price of new bits.

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Nismo1 no idea what a pulsar 1500 is in your neck of the woods

Good to know V about the different bolt pattern for each runner
it sure doesnt look like if from DDs second pic he was kind enough
to upload to show these things.

The toyota, mistubishi, honda and euro guys use them on their engines
so it is a surprise cause the 4age yota guys really dig them.

Personally I like the plenum which could use a spacer to enlarge it
I can get a set of these for about 100usd at times however recently
Im looking at toying with preheated gasoline vapour and water to
eliminate the carb and ecu complexity altogether.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRIYvD-Eef4

Posted on: 10/29 7:12
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Pulsar refers to many different models
* The GTI-R is a Nissan N14 (1990-1994) also badged as Sunny GTI-R 1992-1993 in Europe
* In South Africa the N14 was produced 1994-2000 and was badged Sentra (sedan) and Saber (hatchback)
* The 1500 was an older model Pulsar (either A15, E15 or GA15 and all are FWD variations)

Question: will gearbox for SR20 engine bolt up to A15, E15 or GA15 engine? I doubt it. A15 and E15 are mostly the same (one bolt is different). SR I hear is bigger bellhousing than the GA

You might ask around if the Sabre 200 gearbox fits the Saber 1500/Sabre 1600 engine

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They should have marketed the same names in Soufrika
as Australia after all there is little difference in
cultural activities and car culture.
Come to think of it Oz and NZ used similar names.

Just baffles me Toyota 4age people use the gti-r units

Posted on: 10/30 14:02
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Got any pics of other engines running the GTI-R throttles? They don't seem to be popular to use here in NZ at all.

The differing bolt patterns are for the velocity stacks, not the throttles themselves.

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NZ uses the Sentra name?


adapter for ford Zetec, works by cutting the GTI-R manifold in two
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darn that 4age looks hotter with a Nissan item on it

Posted on: 10/31 11:27
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