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D16Y8 nippon racing?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by Darthmentos, Oct 30, 2005.

96 civic ex

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  1. Darthmentos

    Darthmentos Junior Member

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    hey guys,
    I was last on searching for a complete motor for my wife's car that was monumentally unsuccessful.
    110k + motors for 600+ didnt thrill me.
    But I have changed the entire scope of this buildup and wanted to get everyones pulse on whether this is a good idea/bad idea.
    Right now I have forged Scat 4340 rods
    that I wish to connect to 75 mm nippon racing turbo (8.5:1) anyone heard of this company?good bad or ugly?
    these will blow into a Factory build T-3 garrett (48 A/R) riding on a custom manifold (built by me)
    A map bypass, of course.
    these I plan to run through a FMIC of not yet calculated size. (probably 6X24X3with 3"in/outlet)
    then using an Apexi Safc2 with some higher rate injectors (suggestions?)
    maybe top off with a greddy fuzzy logic controller for the wastegate.
     
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    Cashizslick !i!i!i!i!i!i!i!i!i!i!i!

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    The best company to buy a motor from is Hmotorsonline.com
     
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    3" inlet/outlet on the IC is too big, it will take to long to get full boost.
     
  4. Darthmentos

    Darthmentos Junior Member

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    you would suggest full 2 1/2" in it's place?
     
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  6. Darthmentos

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    Recieved Nippon Racing Turbo (8.5:1) pistons and am pinning them now, wish me luck.
    I really dont want to press them out at work if I screw this up, but it wouldn't be the first time.
     
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    I am hoping with .48 on the hot side that I can use the time spent during spool up to avoid wheelspin.
    I would like it to kick in around 2500 but I really don't know where it is going to hit.
    If the .48 makes me happy , I am going to build my spare T-3 which is a water cooled variety- and play with the squish side.
    if the .48 is a dog, I may wind up going smaller.

    but the nippon racing pistons are of a good quality?

    SUCCESS!!!
    The piston pinning went perfectly, I only had to whank one of the pins with brass
    Now I have to get bearings.
    I am now officially at the half way mark of this buildup.
     
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