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All Motor Gs-r

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Pewble, Jun 19, 2003.

  1. Pewble

    Pewble Senior Member

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    I wanna build a cheap all motor GS-R to put into my 95 DX coupe. I wanna be able to rev high but still be streetable. The new intro for the site kicks ass by the way.
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    reving higher means new cams
    what do you want out of this set up
     
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    Pewble Senior Member

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    well actually i was thinking about supercharging a relatively
    stock GSR motor or making it all motor power with new internals and yes, cams, but also being able to rev high i was wondering if there was an all motor setup where you could rev high but not have like 14.1:1 compression or someshit, have it be streetable as well as fast. maybe supercharged with cams is a good bet.
     
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    Gen2Teg Senior Member

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    supercharged with cams? no. Get ITR cams, better valve springs, retainers, ITR intake manifold, JDM ITR header, cold air, and all your other bolt on bullshit.
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    basicly what im saying is if you want to rev to 9k or where ever... you need to have cams that make power up in that RPM range.... now high reving cams are usually not good for FI so your in a bit of a jam here

    i would keep the stock GSR cams and throw the SC on there

    as for all motor yes there are several cams that will make power high into the RPM range with out a 14:1 CR
    toda cams recomend a 11.#-12.#:1 CR depending on the engine

    there are lots of options for either way you want to go
     
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    none of this will be cheap :(
     
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    NA or FI??? which one.



    Milan
     
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    kyleirwin Retired OG

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    no? why not? there are turbo cams ya know. CTR cams are more agressive than ITRs... so if you're goin' n/a with OEM parts... get the CTRs. and the ITR header won't bolt onto a GSR.... and i'm not sure about the IM. get the skunk2 one anways.
     
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    i thought only the IM bolt patterns were different?
     
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    kyleirwin Retired OG

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    nope, i know for sure that the header bolt pattern is different... but i'm not sure about the IM. the b16 and ITR are the same... but the GSR is a different head all together.
     
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    it is only the intake side that differs
     
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    yup. about the cams, i heard the new 2000+ cams area bout the same as CTR, but thats just what i heard
     
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    the exhaust cam is the same, the intake on the CTR has like 3 more degrees on it.



    Milan
     
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    yea i just checked the package that my exhaust mainfold gasket came in and b18c was also listed.
     
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    the 2000+ JDM ITR has the same cams intake and exhaust as the CTR... the 99- are different
     
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