Whats the difference between a jdm qr20 and a Qr25de..
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    Default Whats the difference between a jdm qr20 and a Qr25de..

    Just wondering....
    when I was searching ebay for a motor I came across
    ( JDM 02-06 NISSAN ALTIMA, SENTRA QR20 REPLACEMENT ENGINE INSTEAD OF 2.5 )

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    Default Re: Whats the difference between a jdm qr20 and a Qr25de..

    .5 liters. Probably better rod/stroke ratio

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    rotating assembly is different(bore stroke), don't remember what the comp is with that combo and cams maybe different as well
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    Isnt the bore the same?
    There's 2 ways to do anything, the right way, and the "Honda" way.

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    89x80 (bore x stroke)

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    yeah its the same mybad, sad thing is I have a set of qr20 pistons and I forgot that
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    2 liter 140hp/145tq? And it's 10.5:1 and its mad jdm tyte.

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    A guy on the forum had one in his spec. I think the exterior of both complete motors are identical beside the intake manifold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacon View Post
    2 liter 140hp/145tq? And it's 10.5:1 and its mad jdm tyte.

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    A guy on the forum had one in his spec. I think the exterior of both complete motors are identical beside the intake manifold.
    its all the same from the exterior, unless it was a DD instead of a DE
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