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CRX Vs. 240SX

Old 09-12-2005, 06:20 PM
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Default CRX Vs. 240SX

I had a customer come in today as we were checking out my CRX Si and he asked about the car and we chit chatted and he is all of a sudden asking about building an import. Well he hints around about the import industry and then leaves me with this question which I am gonna ask for your help....... Which would be quicker and better for racing? 88-91 CRX with the H22 or a early 90's 240SX fastback with the sr20 or whatever that motor is? Thanks for your help.
Old 09-12-2005, 08:51 PM
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Default RE: CRX Vs. 240SX

I think you have more options with the CRX, but the 240 is a rwd platform.

I still say CRX. Of course I know diddly about Nissan except they get pwned on the AutoX track around here.
Old 09-12-2005, 09:03 PM
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i no this guy with a 240sx..an older one, with a swap in it with the turbo and it is one really really fast car..im not sure the specs or anything, but its quite a challenge
Old 09-12-2005, 09:49 PM
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Default RE: CRX Vs. 240SX

Definitely the 240 SX. The tranny and driveline can easily handle 400 whp, and with an SR20 swap, you can hit 300 whp with a turbo upgrade and simple bolt-ons (we're talking under $2,000).
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