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B16A SiR-II Turbo, How much HP

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by ha_neon, May 22, 2007.

  1. ha_neon

    ha_neon New Member

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    I'm looking to swap a B16A SiR-II into my 92 Civic Hatch and boost 8psi does anyone have a similar setup I was wondering about how much HP/TQ that would generate. Stock B16A on 8psi. I could get a B18C for around the same price but I want to hear that turbo blow off...
     
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    MrJDM206 got boost?

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    what size turbo? Sir2 swaps depending on the year have 158 or 168 HP at the crank, and depending on the turbo size you usually see 10-20 HP per psi.. so rough estimate somewhere in the low to mid 200 WHP range id say, and that is with proper tuning. There are a lot of varibles, since your JDM engine is used i doubt its getting the claimed factory HP
     
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    ha_neon New Member

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    I'm only looking for about 200 HP at the crank so is this an easy goal with a used JDM motor stock on 8psi? properly tuned with hindata and aftermarket fuel pump, injectors. also the uasual tune-up parts such as timing belt, tensioner, water pump, oil pump, spark plugs, etc...?
     
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    1994turbodelsol V8 EATER!!

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    Ress887 New Member

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    People make over 300whp on stock longblocks all day, B16's, GSR's, LS's, Type R's etc. With proper tuning and fuel management 300whp won't be a problem on 8-10psi with a decent turbo and turbo parts.
     
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    Dark93DX New Member

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    I would suggest if you wanna go turbo go with a b18b, the b18b is much cheaper then a b16a and you've got that extra displacement to ram more fuel and air into. I believe the Vtec engines also require more tuning when it comes to turbo since they are built up around N/A power.

    Better bang for the buck IMO.
     
  7. erebunicrx

    erebunicrx my name is Dale

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    50 trim on 8 psi would put you around 230 whp
     
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