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50 or 60 trim turbo b16, garret or turbonetics

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by Yurik, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. Yurik

    Yurik New Member

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    turbonetics turbo or garrett turbo, and 50 or 60 trim, this is on a b16a in a crx
     
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    HP goal?
    Mods to engine (port/polish, aftermarket intake, compression ratio)?
    Street/Track Car?
    Budget?
     
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    300-350hp
    skunk2 intake and throttle body, stock motor but will be adding rods/pistons eventually
    street car, but occasionaly track
    as for a budget, im looking at a turbo kit, the garrett is $200 cheaper then the turbonetics, and its only $20 more for a bigger turbo, here is the link

    Honda Civic SI, B, D, CRX Series Turbo Kit - TREADSTONE PERFORMANCE
     
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    i also have about $500 in reserve for a tune :)
     
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    Turbo&Auto Nick Go FAST!!

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    50trim. I was told a 60-1 works best above 22-24psi.
     
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    ya i can get a 60 trim, or 60-1, are all options, but i wont have pitons or rods, or block mods to support 20 psi for a long while, possibly even a year, and 50 is fast spooling :D
     
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    base turbo is non ball bearing stage 2 .48 50 trim or V trim
    i can upgrade to 60 trim or 60-1 trim for $20 more

    the garrett is $200 cheaper then the turbonetics, but turbonetics comes with a one year warrenty on the turbo
    any more ideas?
     
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