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F20a turbo related question

Discussion in 'Prelude' started by paxthe4th, Sep 6, 2009.

  1. paxthe4th

    paxthe4th New Member

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    hi im new to this site so i introduce myselfe my name is bernd brandenburg and im from north germany .

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    i own a 99 honda prelude bb9 with 2.0 liter sohc non vtec F20a found in accord and bb3 prelude with tss intake and magnaflow exhaust with 130 000 km on it
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    so now i want to turbocarge it with 0,4 bar boost=5,8015 psi

    my setup lying around
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    my goal 200 save as possible hp so this is my daily driver

    i think my main problem will be the engine managemant
    has anyone a simular setup or data about reliability or ways to reduce compression?
     
  2. BrutalB83

    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    I wouldn't try to tune a turbo setup using that AFC. That's what they call a "piggy-back" tuning device. You're going to want something more substantial, like Hondata or whatever other alternatives they have over in Germany...
     
  3. paxthe4th

    paxthe4th New Member

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    looks like i cant use hondata because its obd2
    do i need to buy a expansive standalone unit
     
  4. necessaryevil

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    check out ur local regs but you could convert obd2 to obd1 with a adapter from rywire.com and just use hondata with a p28 or something
     
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