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Umm I need some help. I'm not 100% on the various G20 redlines out there. Here's what I think I know ;):

1991-1995 = 7500rpm
1999 = 7000rpm
2000+ ??

Can anyone correct me and fill in the last part. ;)
 

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2002-G-Sport said:
I have a 2002 and it hits 6900rpm everytime it also a 5 speed
Is that quoted in any lit or from just what you see? The tach on your dash isn't really a good indicator, infact it sucks. ;) The 99 supposedly has a 7000rpm but I think it cuts out before that. :(
 

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On my 2k G the redline is set at 6750 but it will go into the red up to almost 7k before the fuel cut off kicks in. But that is only according to my tach so I don't know how accurate it is.
 

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gdalton said:
On my 2k G the redline is set at 6750 but it will go into the red up...
So that's what the Nissan/Infiniti tech specs say? I'll go with that. I know sometimes the redline will be higher or lower in reality but I was looking for what Nissan says it is, thanks.
 

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Jason,

As far as the tach says, I think only the 91-93's have a 7500 rpm redline. The 94-96's are a bit lower (just a bit over 7000 rpm). I think this was due to the switch from high port to low port.

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JG20 said:
Jason,

As far as the tach says, I think only the 91-93's have a 7500 rpm redline. The 94-96's are a bit lower (just a bit over 7000 rpm). I think this was due to the switch from high port to low port.

Joe
You sure about that? I know a lot of 200SX SE-R users that are switching over to the 95-96 ecu because it raises the redline to 7500.
 

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for the P10 I dont think there was a difference between low and high port, but rather it was a difference between Auto's and manuals.

7500 for manual
7250 for auto

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A380Driver said:
for the P10 I dont think there was a difference between low and high port, but rather it was a difference between Auto's and manuals.

7500 for manual
7250 for auto

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Really? That's odd. :-\
 

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JG20 said:
I don't know what the differences are but some do have 7500 and some have 7250 redlines.

Joe
As far as the P10's go:

1991-1996 (ALL YEARS) Manual have 7500 redline
[Sorry couldn't find a pic]
1991-1996 (ALL YEARS) Automatic have 7250 redline
 

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2002-G-Sport said:
it said in the 2002 book from dealer that redline is at 7000
Hmm, I thought they lowered it. I guess just the Sentras got lowered.
 

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It says the redline is 7k but look at your tach and it says 6750.
 

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A380Driver said:
for the P10 I dont think there was a difference between low and high port, but rather it was a difference between Auto's and manuals.

7500 for manual
7250 for auto

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This is true. I own a 1994 Auto with 7250 but on Sat. went with my BF to test-drive a 1995 Manual which was 7500....poor boy fell in luv with that car but he's got no cosigner.
 

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i got a 95 g20 and my red-line is at 7250. i have an auto and i've burried the tac to almost 7500 w/ over-drive off...i have video and as sson as i get it online i'll show ya:)
 

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boingo82 said:
poor boy fell in luv with that car but he's got no cosigner.
ahhh that shit sucks... that has happened to me recently... sorry for the off topic post guys...
 
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