Question about 1998 Nissan 200SX
I'm afraid its not that simple.If you change the engine size then you must also replace the computer and the wiring harness to the engine.I think I would look for a low km 1.6 and put that in.It will be a lot cheaper and a lot less complicated than changing the engine size.I don't know your financial situation but might the money be better spent towards a newer car than putting the time and effort into a 12 year old vehicle.If its a bit of a hobby and you don't mind the time and money then that's different.Good luck with whatever you decide.
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