Ca18 mount question

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Valentich
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Ca18 mount question

Post by Valentich » Thu Mar 10, 2016 9:05 pm

Hey guys,
Question about Ca18 swap
The Nissan prairie came out with a ca18s motor,
and I am thinking about swapping my second prairies motor.
the first (Ugly duck) got the E15t motor, which was basically a straight drop in.
I can get the Ca18s mounts from England, I was wondering if the block would be the same for the ca18s and the ca18de.

I'm sure the mounts would not be good enough for a det, but for a stock de, it might make the prairie a decent daily driver.

The main reason is to give it a little more power and as they came out with the 1.8 and using stock parts,
getting an engineers cert will be much easier

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Post by tassuperkart » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:19 am

Unfortunately M8, not known.

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Post by gettu » Thu Apr 21, 2016 3:09 pm

IIRC the only difference in CA18 blocks is the oil jets for pistons. (CA18S doesn't have, CA18DE doesn't have, CA18DET has,)

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