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Nissan SR engine

MyWikiBiz, Author Your Legacy — Thursday November 28, 2013

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SR18Di

The SR18Di is a 1.8#160;L (1838#160;cc) DOHC engine. It produces 110#160;PS (81#160;kW) @6000#160;rpm and 150#160;nm @4000#160;rpm.

It is used in the following vehicles:

SR18DE

The SR18DE is a 1.8#160;L (1838#160;cc) DOHC engine. It produces 125#160;PS (92#160;kW) @6000#160;rpm and 156#160;nm @4800#160;rpm.

It is used in the following vehicles:

Nissan Primera

1989-1998 Nissan Bluebird U14 125 PS (92 kW)

1990-1993 Nissan Pulsar GTi B13 and N14, 140 PS (102 kW) @6400#160;rpm and @4800#160;rpm)

1991-1999 Nissan Pulsar GTi N15, 140 PS (102 kW) @6400#160;rpm and @4800#160;rpm)

1989(??)-2001 Nissan Presea 125 PS (92 kW)

SR20Di

The SR20Di is a 2.0#160;L (1998#160;cc) DOHC engine. It produces 122#160;PS (89#160;kW). Bore and stroke are 86#160;mm (3.4#160;in) and 86#160;mm (3.4#160;in).

It is used in the following vehicles:

SR20DE and SR20De

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The Nissan SR20DE engine is one of the most successful engines made by Nissan and is used in over 15 Nissan models. It first appeared in Nissan’s Bluebird in October 1989, and has migrated into many other models of cars since then, from sports cars, to family saloons and even people movers.

The breakdown of the engine code is as follows:

SR – Engine Code

20 – 2.0 Litres

D – Dual Overhead Cam

E – Electronic Fuel Injection

e – SR20DE LEV-version

RR – Roller Rocker motor

The SR20DE is a 2.0 L DOHC (1998 cc) engine; it originally produced 134hp (100 kW). This later increased to 140hp (104kW). The next evolution in the SR20DE was to the 145hp SR20DE RR in the 2000-2001 Nissan Sentra SE.

This motor had an improved head design which had roller rocker cams that decreased friction in the head, the RR motor also had 4 counter weight’s on the crank shafts instead of the 8 usually found on older SR20DE’s. This lead to the better reving tendencies of the SR20DE RR. The SR20DE eventually became 165#160;PS (163#160;hp/121#160;kW) through the use of Nissan’s VTC variable valve timing system in the S14 and S15 Nissan Silvia.

There was also a LEV-version with 125#160;hp (93#160;kW) and 132#160;hp (98#160;kW). It was built from 1990 through 2002. The bore and stroke are both 86#160;mm (3.4#160;in). It uses SEFI.

The redline for the lowport SR20DE is 7200 rpm and for the highport SR20DE 7800 rpm. There was a special Autech version with 175 PS (N15) and 180 PS (P10).

It is used in the following vehicles:

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