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B18B with Greddy Turbo...

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by Circuit, Oct 21, 2003.

  1. Circuit

    Circuit Member

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    I'm trying to stick a Greddy Turbo on my 94 integra LS and I was wondering if I need to build the engine up. I'm going with the Greddy turbo because it is the only one that is street legal in MA, so the question is, do I need to build my engine up at all? I don't know if this is possible, but what I have originally planned was to run high boost on everyday drive and when I go get my CARB sticker to lower the boost so that it will actually pass. :blink: Greddy says that their kit is a direct bolt on with no needed engine work, but I doubt that is true if you plan to run high boost. Because I'm trying to run high boost, do I need to build my engine up at all to be able to get more power out of the turbo and to be reliable...
     
  2. JDMPlaya

    JDMPlaya Senior Member

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    yes, can start with rods / pistons

    the list goes on..
     
  3. chingro

    chingro Senior Member

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    cheapest way, stock motor with a hell of a TUNER, to get your shyt running good.

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    rods and pistons, and a block guard, will do fine. for a low budjet

    then next
    BUT i highly recommend, RE-SLEEVING it, PISTONS, and RODS.
     
  4. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    chingro, it's budget... ha ha oh and shyt isnt right either, it's Shit hee just messing with you
     
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