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    #11
    Along with the facelift of the "RP market series II" Sentra, the top model became the SE Saloon with 4-wheel disc brakes and ABS.

    i just want to know what was the differences of those nissan sentra cause there's ECCS, JX, LEC and more
    The ECCS was the best Sentra Nissan sold here... classic yun.
    Did "ECCS" become a local nickname for the old Super Saloon Sentra? ...like Lancer itlog and Pizza lancer?

    ECCS = Electronic Concentrated Engine Control System.
    Super Saloon/ SE Saloon
    Engine Model: GA16DE
    Max Power: 110 PS * 6000 rpm
    Max Torque: 14.0 kg-m * 4000 rpm

    Series3 1.6L engine was the GA16DNE, rated at 105hp. The main difference is the air intake which was oriented downwards.
    According to my Sentra Series III brochure, the Super Saloon uses a GA16DE rated at 110 PS * 6000 rpm same as the "Series II" Sentra before it.
    Last edited by AG4; October 31st, 2006 at 02:13 AM.

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    #12
    Did "ECCS" become a local nickname for the old Super Saloon Sentra? ...like Lancer itlog and Pizza lancer?
    yup, much like that...

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    #13
    Uy! Automatic door locks ko umaandar pa rin.
    My mom bought a Nissan B13 1.6 last 1990. Up to now...running fine pa sya.

    Rant though...sirain ang CV Joint. May "Tong!" sound pag lumiliko.
    sirain rin ang automatic antenna. U need to oil it always. After a while, I didn't repair it na.

    Original fender light (green) is not available anywhere anymore. Pundi isa sa akin...after 10 years of use. (Inupuan kasi..nayupi ang fender)

    Not to scare you though, its really a reliable car, as long as the previous owner cared for it well. Pinapantaxi nga ito di ba...buhay pa naman sila. Lamig pa aircon.
    Last edited by istan; October 31st, 2006 at 01:18 AM. Reason: no ending.

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    #14
    all your comments guys were very helpfull i dont really know abut this car may nag alok lang sakin e tamang tama sana sa budget ko kasi lessthan 100k lang eh....maybe you know some one who is selling car a budget one if more that 150k siguro ipa finance ko na so i can afford it...im still looking which is best kung nissan ba or mitshubishi ba...thanks guys!

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    #15
    Quote Originally Posted by OTEP View Post
    I sometimes drive a 1994 JX
    -no power steering, no power windows, no power locks, no power mirrors
    -1.4 Twin Cam 16 valve carb engine (around 90 horses?)
    The old JX's 1.4 (GA14DS) with a down-draft two barrel carburator produced 85 PS * 6000 rpm, while the Series III EX Saloon's 1.4 (GA16DE) with ECCS, EFi produced 90 PS * 6000 rpm

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    #16
    I'd go for a non-carb'd car. Old carburators suck on gas.

    Yup... "ECCS" is a good nickname... If I say B13 or "Classic", most drivers just give me the blank look... if I say "ECCS", they go "ahhh.... ayun...".

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #17
    ECCS or LEC body is the Banawe-nickname for the series.

    GA16DNE and GA16DE were both available but in different model years.

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    #18
    yup layman's term yan

    Boxtype
    ECCS
    SERIES III
    Granduer Body

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    #19
    OT:

    may for sale section ba ang nissanbayan? ty

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    #20
    Good Evening Tsikoteers! Newbie po and this is my very first.

    For me, i'd choose any series 2 model except the basic LEC. This model is so basic that it doesnt even have remote gas and trunk opener.

    Imagine...you'll have to turn-off the engine, go outside (you wish its not raining) and open the trunk.

    Same as filling with gas, yes...i know, for safety reason, you'll really have to stop engine...but in this case, you'll either have to give your key to the gas attendant or you'll have to open it yourself..which can compromise security especially during weehours of night, i think, hehe.

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