For Sale: 1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET Inline-Four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

This 1991 Nissan R32 drift car is for sale in Richmond, Virginia for $18,995. Under the hood sits a turbocharged SR20DET inline-four mated to a five-speed manual transmission sending power to the rear wheels. The engine features an APEX’i intake, Tomei Poncam camshafts, HKS GT-RS turbocharger, and Nismo 550 cc injectors. Other upgrades include custom exhaust, HPI aluminum radiator, Billion Racing power steering tank and cooler. The car rides on Tein Super Drift Sideway Master coilovers, Ikeya Formula and Nismo control arms, modified knuckles, GTR sway bars, Brembo brakes, and RAYS Gram Lights 57FXX 18-inch wheels. The exterior features a Full D-max widebody kit, carbon fiber wing, and GTR-style grill wrapped in carbon fiber vinyl. Some issues with the car include the sunroof sealed shut, tachometer is not working, and the body has two paint colors. The body is dark charcoal while the widebody kit is deep blue.

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET inline-four

Source: Japanese Classics via Crossbred Nation FB page

5 thoughts on “For Sale: 1991 Nissan R32 with a SR20DET Inline-Four”

    1. No.
      The stock RB20DET has a pretty terrible head and an Iron Block. This results in the engine ultimately being less capable and having less torque then an SR20. Both are only 2-liters. Swapping RB20’s for SR20’s was very popular in Japan as the SR was a cheap engine with huge aftermarket, shaved 100lbs off the front of the car, set the engine further back and ultimately made more power, down lower then the RB. Mod-for-Mod an RB20 is going to make 325-350whp to an SR20’s 400whp. Both had the same transmission (internally). RB20’s also suffer all the classic RB oiling issues with pumps breaking and drain back.

  1. Wait, so this guy went from the RB to the SR? That’s like a Camaro owner pulling out the LS and putting a V6 in.

    Sheesh.

    1. No.
      The stock RB20DET has a pretty terrible head and an Iron Block. This results in the engine ultimately being less capable and having less torque then an SR20. Both are only 2-liters. Swapping RB20’s for SR20’s was very popular in Japan as the SR was a cheap engine with huge aftermarket, shaved 100lbs off the front of the car, set the engine further back and ultimately made more power, down lower then the RB. Mod-for-Mod an RB20 is going to make 325-350whp to an SR20’s 400whp. Both had the same transmission (internally). RB20’s also suffer all the classic RB oiling issues with pumps breaking and drain back.

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