Dude like I said dyno queen and my facts are straight go on the web sites I said and try reading for a change these people r sponserd by the best compony's and still sceawd their SR's 2 S$%T! I highly doubt u drift ur car every weekend in a track 4 more then 2-3 hours a day that my friend is called hard driving. And that chop shop S%$T u do is not the right thing 2 do that's why phase2motortrnd,jspec and other compony's sell those stock part's from their shop's. So please think before u talk we r talking about cheap and reliable not expensive dyno queens.Turb0wned said:a starter is 200 for an sr... again get some facts str8 before you talk please, if i break my sr starter i get a ka starter and put my houseing on to the ka thats it simple, as that, sucks that you say a sr wont last 2 years, ive had mine for more than 2 years now of hard driving and oh for a few months now have been on an upgraded turbo is still fine, let me add that its even on a stock headgasket still although i have a headgasket ready in case. there isnt an sr20 that made 539rwhp on a stock bottom end? would u like to check your facts again... scott from secret services ever heard of him?? http://forums.freshalloy.com/ubbthr...UBB9&Number=67511414&page=&view=&sb=5&o=&vc=1
atleast s13 slide has most his facts right and doesnt just go saying that the ka is a better motor, and again ricky still not trying to start anything just letting you know
S13 Slide said:In any of my posts none of them said ANYTHING about hp numbers, I know both motors can make really good power depending on tuning and turbos blah blah blah, but when trying to make 500hp i would rather have an iron block then a aluminum block, for the insurance.
All im asking is for the sr people to stop being conceded for just the sr when the ka has nothing wrong with it? It's all personal preference.