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Old 09-10-2013, 08:04 AM   #1
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Have you seen this 95 s14?

I am trying to find my first s14. Me and my ex owned it from new and I wonder what happened to it.
It probably is long gone but...
I saw it on Craigslist about 6 years ago. It had a red top sr in it with a distributor. This was the first s14 swap in colorado and that is how we did it back then.
The car still had that motor. It was black with an Apexi GT spec exhaust. It also still had the 4 lugs.
And was sitting on some rare jdm 15 inch wheels. Hayashi was the brand. They actually looked a lot like BMW e30 wheels.
Anyway if you happen to know where my first s14 is let me know. If it happened to be for sale even better,
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It had a red top sr in it with a distributor.
Sr20de? N/A engine?
Odd.
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it'll fit JANK.. and no one likes Jank except Broke ass zilvians.
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No it was an sr20det. Back in 2000 it was common for sr to be on the market but missing the electronics. If you got a hold of an sr20de rwd distributor you could have Jim Wolf reprogram the ka ecu to work with it.
It actually worked really well. 5 years more or less I ran that car without any electrical issues.
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True. I've just never seen that setup that way.
I have seen a few sr20de + t tho.
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It was kind of a ghetto way to do it for sure.
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