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b18c1 mild build up

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by proj*ek_faxanadu, Jul 1, 2004.

  1. proj*ek_faxanadu

    proj*ek_faxanadu Junior Member

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    k, i got a 96 dx and i got the gsr and i want to build it a lil b4 i swap the beast in. yeah, yeah... its another one of these threads. hehe, what do you guys think of this setup?

    GSR
    Skunk2 stage 1 camshafts
    Skunk2 cam gears
    Skunk2 intake manifold
    Stage 1 Port and polish head
    Intake – AEM
    Header - AN-R 4-1
    Hi Flow Cat Converter
    Exhaust – Greddy Evo Catback
    Hondata s200 stage2+boost

    210hp area?

    im planning on pushing low boost after awhile (not for a long time)
    thanks guys.
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    If you're going to pay 850 on stage one cams, why not just pay the extra 55.60 and get stage 2s? They recommond valvetrain upgrade anyway
     
  3. proj*ek_faxanadu

    proj*ek_faxanadu Junior Member

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    maybe i should, i need to look into prices for a new valvetrain with that setup. my budget is the only thing thats holding me back.
    +, iv heard that s2 cams might affect emmisions... correct me if im wrong.
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    any modification you do to your car will effect emissions, high flow cat included.

    Also if you plan on going NA now, and then low boost later... what size exhaust from Greddy are you going for? 2 1/4 is good for NA, 2.5+ is good for boost, depending on how much.
     
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    proj*ek_faxanadu Junior Member

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    My greddy exhuast right now is 2.5 so its kinda inbetween both boost and n/a right now.
    well, i have to get a new cat becuase the one on my dx is part of the header... or i could just go to a junkyard and get one off a si or something.
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    Just get one off a GSR since you want to put a GSR motor in there.
     
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    proj*ek_faxanadu Junior Member

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    cool, thx for the info.
    where do you think im at hp wise? an estimated 210hp sounds about right?
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    Well a GSR starts 170 hp flywheel, maybe 145-150 whp, so I'd guess you'd get about 10-15...

    I know you won't gain that much power at the wheels with just a few bolt ons... but it's almost impossible to tell.

    Only way to know is to dyno it, but don't get your hopes up and you won't be disappointed.
     
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    I would say, about 170-175 hp would be about right. 210 hp N/A takes a lot more cam and compression.
     
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    don't forget to clean the oil passages
     
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    dc cat back will make a little more hp than Greddy Evo Catback
     
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