From what I've researched, they're a taco made famous by Juan Valentino Fernandez. They're known for their soggy beef, melted cheese, sour cream, and a special sauce that's recipe has been elusive for years
The SR-20 is a rather fast machine, with the result for 'all 9's' divided by 1 taking just a blink of an eye. The scientific functions run quickly, with square root function averaging about 1/4 second, and with the factorial taking a period of time determined by the size of the operand, with the longest (69!) taking about 3 seconds, and the shortest factorial (0! = 1) taking virtually no time at all.
the sr20 is used to regulate air/fuel mixture and ignition timing in all sentra-derived models such as the nx2000 and infinity g20. also handles boost pressure in the g20t (turbo) model.
it is very fortunate that these were factory installed by nissan.
the digital readout makes it very easy for tuners to tweak the settings to dial in more horsepower. the code for entering diagnostic/reprogramming mode is posted in the sponsor-only "uber cool how-tos" section.
It's actually a very popular microphone used for karaoke. Although it has been said that the high pitch acquostics of the microphone are lacking. I haven't ever used one, but I have a friend that has and he loved it. But it just may not be your cup of soup.
I keep hearing that the QR25 6-speed tranny will bolt up to the SR20, but there are a few things that are different. I've heard rumors of just having to change the input shaft. But I also heard having to change the mount locations. Can anyone shed light as to what the real deal is?
on the high port SR20's 91-93.5 there is a valve call PAIR, what it does is, inject air in to the exhaust so the catalyst converter can work better to meet EPA’s standard. so on the header there is a hole for that pipe to go through. but later model(94-up) . because the low...
Figured Id do a how to on this one. I shorted this fuse while working on my header, I accidentally hit the + terminal of the altenator while being a monkey, and replacing this is a little bit of work since its attached from the bottom by two screws...the replacement fuse ran me about $2.50 from...
Well reading here and there, Nissan manuals say that after VIN ******522967, this means at some point of 1995, some P10s I think the ones sold in the northern markets, fitted this part 214986J00, described by nissan as a radiator protection shield, fitted in front of radiator lower part...