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Old 09-09-2011, 09:51 AM   #1
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is it easy to cobert rb20e to rb25de

just wandering if it is easier to convert from my 2.0 na to 2.5na rather then a 2.5turbo....what bitd would i need to cobert to 2.5na....

i probably just save up for the 2.5turbo but just wandering
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what bitd would i need to cobert to 2.5na....
RB25DE engine (obviously lol), loom, ecu, maybe fuel pump etc... there may be more I haven't thought of
It's no more difficult to drop a 25DET in there....
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If you're going to the effort of swapping an engine, you might as well save up enough and go for the engine you actually want mate.

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i probably will save up for turbo bud i was just wandering as the topic came up when just randomly chatting to a few mates lol
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It'd be pretty much the same job fitting either tbh.

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With all this engine swapping ideas would it not be better to sell your 33 complete and just buy a 33 with the rb25det already in???

saves all the hassle and could work out cheaper then swaping everything??
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He's only just fixed his aerial though!

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Lmas!!!!

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im sure fixing aerial is a lot more then engine converting lol
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