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finally found a turbo setup!

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by Yurik, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. Yurik

    Yurik New Member

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    alright i found a turbonetics kit finally for the price i want to spend, the kit includes

    bov
    intercooler
    intercooler piping
    all gaskets needed
    turbonetics t3/t4 turbo
    all lines needed, oil and silicone hose
    intake manifold
    filter
    downpipe
    wastegate
    and all clamps

    what else do i need to complete this setup? do i need larger fuel injectors, an engine management system? etc?

    im just trying to figure out how much more i need to spend to make this work, is it possible to just bolt it on and run 5psi?

    they are all turbonetics parts so you know they are good, all of the parts have a 1 year warrenty, and the manifold is lifetime as well as the hoses and oil lines, but being this is a 91 crx with a b16 swap and a turbonetics log type mani, will i need a half size radiator?

    i know i have been annoying with all the turbo/sc questions, but ive finally found a decent setup i can afford to run, so now is the time to start putting it on and not blowing my motor, lol, thanks for all of the help

    also i may run my car off a laptop, good idea or bad idea, also what program is good to use with a laptop, thanks again
     
  2. igotnothin

    igotnothin New Member

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    chip your ecu and run crome what car do you have.

    get bigger fuel injectors 440 good for up to 300hp or so.
     
  3. Yurik

    Yurik New Member

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    its a 1991 honda crx hatch

    you know if the half radiator is required? if it is i might just buy that now and get it out of the way lol
     
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    igotnothin New Member

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    with a turbo rex im not sure if it will fit with the radiator as is. you might have to tilt it or put the fan on the otherside of the radiator. stock radiator should be fine
     
  5. erebunicrx

    erebunicrx my name is Dale

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    how much is this setup going to cost? you need some kinda tuning like the other guy said, larger injectors. you udont need the intake manifold though. is this used or new?
     
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    Rad

    The stock radiator will work but if you have AC in the car you will have to remove the AC fan. In using a peice together kit always plan on a couple of hundred in extras...
     
  7. Yurik

    Yurik New Member

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    its a new kit, looking at $1700, its a full turbonetics t3/t4 setup

    A/C is removed, as is power steering
     
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    :werd: p/s?? was your crx automatic

    get a 92-00 civic radiator and give it a gansta lean or you can spend the money and get a radiator support (crossmember) that's made to fit that radiator in a ef!
     
  9. Yurik

    Yurik New Member

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    ya it was auto, converted to 5 spd manual

    thanks for the radiator info
     
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