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All motor GSR in the integra

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by Sergey P.A., Nov 21, 2003.

  1. Sergey P.A.

    Sergey P.A. Senior Member

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    I have a Integra GSR and I am a huge fan of all motor engines, of course a forced induction or nooooossss will get me were I want faste but I don't really want that, what I want is all motor GSR pushing strong high 14's on the track or high 13's, any suggestions?

    and, I never checked my quarter...

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    cams, valvetrain, heat gasket, pistons, IM, header.
     
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    Sergey P.A. Senior Member

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    and what about the B16a2 pistons, are they really like JDM ITR, and if they are what kinda changes I have make to put them in, or there are only the pistons I have to change...
     
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    what about the head gasket, what good this will do in order to improve the car's performance
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    GSRs make mid 15s. a few simple tricks like intake and exhaust will get you low 15s. Start messin with the cams, timing, etc and you'll make 14s easily.
     
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    what do you think I should set my timing on, cuz I have a OBD 2 , some people say that OBD 2 ECU its something like self learning, that's like if you change the timeing, ECU detects it and sets it back to factory one,

    That's what I heard,
     
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