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SR20DE Throttle Body Conversion Part One By James Jurado For those of you who want to upgrade your throttle body on your GA16DE powered cars there are a couple of options out there that you can do You can have the one on your bored out by a reputable machine shop ie JG engine dynamics or if you can get your hands on one bolt on the throttle body from an SR20DE Whats the difference in the two you ask Well Ill tell you the advantages and disadvantages in installing the two The GA16DEs throttle bodys anatomy compared to the SR20DE throttle body is almost identical The bolt patterns coolant hook-ups and vacuum lines all match up the same But the only differences lie with the bore size and the TPS configuration With the 16 throttle body bored out to its maximum specifications overall bore size will still not be as large as the stock bore size of the 20 throttle body Which also leaves us to consider how much more potential there can be had with the 20 throttle body If you can get your greasy hands on one of these throttle bodies Ill let you guys know of some of the obstacles that will be encountered on making this modification work Necessary parts There was not much needed here You will need to purchase brand new throttle body gasket from the dealership It only cost me about 450 with the Se-r discount at Puente Hills Nissan Without the discount its about six bucks You will also need to make sure that it is for an Se-r Otherwise the bore size of the 16 gasket will not match the bore size of the throttle body You will also need to get an aftermarket intake setup if you dont already have one The factory rubber intake tubing will not fit over the throttle body If you have only the
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