Monday, February 3, 2020

350 Horsepower: 1991 Nissan Sentra SE-R Turbo

The B13 generation Nissan Sentra isn't a particularly memorable car in basic spec, but the factory hod rod SE-R offers an oddly fun package.  The combination of a robust and torquey inline-4, good brakes, light curb weight, and limited slip differential puts the SE-R into the ugly-but-good category of used cars....but you'll never find a stock example that hasn't been thrashed into the ground.  Today's next example has been fitted with a humongous turbocharger...so that's either good or bad depending on how you feel about torque steer or passing state mandated emissions tests.  Find this 1991 Nissan Sentra SE-R Turbo offered for $5500 in South Jersey, NJ via craigslist. Tip from Jeff.


 From the seller:


1991 Sentra ser
fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: manual
I had this car posted a few months ago, wasn’t getting any serious buyers so I’m posting it again


1991 Sentra ser

Xtrail sr20vet engine with paper work
P11 lsd trans
Work wheels
Nismotronics ecu
Nx1600 digital cluster
Megan coil overs
3in custom exhaust
Custom intercooler pipes
Greddy bov
Aem digital boost gauge
Mishimoto intercooler
Competition clutch
Tsuru headlights and grill
Nardi quick release steering wheel

Asking $5500 slightly negotiable
ZERO trades
Clean title
Car was dyno tuned by previous owner
And made around 350whp
Tutomo racing in Newark,nj did all the work by previous owner and I have the receipt, serious buyer only 

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2 comments:

  1. I had one of these no huffer fun car same color miss it....

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  2. That sh*t is milk.

    Long story, never mind :(

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