You don’t see many of these around!

For those people who are not sure what this car is, it is a Nissan 200 SX, it came out just before the more famous Nissan 240 SX, but the car was a real piece of engineering skill and from certain angels it actually looks like a Toyota Celica Supra from the mid eighties.

However whatever way you look at this car, it is a serious classic car based in San Francisco, all of that sunshine must have looked after this car, as it looks better now than it probably did when it first arrived in the US.

Initially there were five models in the range, the Nissan 200 SX these were the Deluxe 2-door hatchback, Deluxe 2-door notchback, Turbo 2-door hatchback, XE 2-door hatchback and the XE 2-door notchback.

With power ranging from 102 HP to 120 HP, these cars were no super high performance cars, but for production car, they were innovative and very interesting. This car has been kept true the original specs, which means that it is a basic looking car inside and super cool looking car on the outside.

Here are the specs and features of the classic Nissan 200 sx Turbo:

1985 Nissan 200SX Turbo. Owner Henry Nguyen. Hometown Gilroy, CA. Occupation Student

Engine – 2.4L naturally-aspirated KA24DE; Walbro 255lph fuel pump; custom intake, exhaust with Aspec blast pipes tip, oil catch tank; T.Pro’s header; NGK plugs and wires; Mishimoto S13 radiator; hockey puck motor mounts; Top Speed aluminum crank pulley

Drivetrain – Nissan 71C 5-speed transmission; ACT stage 2 clutch; solid construction urethane filled transmission and differential mounts; S13 front drive shaft mated to S12 tailshaft

Footwork & Chassis – Powered by Max S13 coilovers; 10kg/mm spring front, 450lb spring rear; Day Motorsports weld-on threaded perch for rear spring; S13/Z31 Energy Suspension and Prothane urethane bushings throughout; S13 SPL tension rods; S13 front lower control arms, S13 front knuckle and hub; A1 S13 conversion tie rod ends; PBM steering rack spacer; ARP wheel studs

Brakes – Infiniti Q45 2 piston front callipers; Hawk pads

Wheels & Tires – 15 X 7” -1 (front) 15 X 9” -27 (rear) SSR Long champ XR4 wheels; 195/55/15 BF-Goodrich G-Force Sport tires (front); 205/50/15 Falken Ziex 512 tires (rear); 8mm spacer for front wheels

Exterior – OEM paint, Turbo model side skirts and rear wing, SE V6 lip; rolled and pulled fenders

Interior – Bride Vios 3 seat; modified stock seat rail to accept Bride seat; HKS mechanical water temp and oil pressure gauges; SEGA/NAMCO arcade steering wheel; NISMO ball shift knob; battleship grey paint; S13 rear view mirror; Razor scooter grip covered e-brake handle

Source [Super Street Online]

Nissan 200SX 1.8L SPEC Stage 4 Clutch kit SN374

Product Features of the SPEC Stage 4 Clutch kit:

High clamp pressure plate. Carbon-Graphite Friction Material. High torque sprung hub and disc assembly. Bearing and tool kit. This unit is a solid hub version of the stage 3. The hub is solid 8-rivet and the assembly is heat treated for strength and durability. It is available in a 3, 4 or 6 puck configuration. Use the 3 puck for the lightest option or the 6 puck for the smoothest engagement. The 4 puck is a good compromise for both. Street drivable in 6 puck configuration, but not street friendly due to the rigid hub. Best for drag racing, road racing, pulling, rallye and drift.

Priced at $359

Source [Amazon]

Nissan 200sx Sentra Altima Air Intake MAF Adapter and Red Air Filter

Technical Details of the Air Intake MAF Adapter and Red Air Filter:

It comes with a cone washable & reusable 3″ air filter, 1 Clamp and MAF Sensor adapter. Average 5-7 % increase in horsepower & torque. Gives better air flow, deeper sound. Easy installation with right tools (directly bolt on) and A new Universal 3″ Red Air Filter with MAF Sensor adapter kit for 91-99 Nissan 200sx/Sentra/Altima 

Priced at $25.99

Source [Amazon]

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