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Good Turbo For H22A?

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by -$horty-, Aug 25, 2003.

  1. -$horty-

    -$horty- Junior Member

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    What would be a good turbo for an H22A without doing any internals?
     
  2. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    t3/t04e .63 a/r
     
  3. -$horty-

    -$horty- Junior Member

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    Thanks Pissedoffsol
     
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    Seany-izzle New Member

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    Ive read that h22's arent the best engines to turbo if you dont plan on building it. something about the cylinder walls being some sort of composite metal that is pretty weak. plus ive heard stories of ppl blowing their h22 on 7lbs.
     
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    Yeah Ive head the exact same on that! Also for higher doses of laughin gas! Even though the motors are bigger.. doesnt mean the cylinder walls are any thicker or stronger!
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    the wall stuff is when you use forged pistons in them. stock, is fine.

    TUNE IT!
     
  7. -$horty-

    -$horty- Junior Member

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    thanks, i think i'll kit my car and paint it first...... then worry about blowing up my engine
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    oh christ

    dont by a gay body kit that doesn't fit right and paint it puke green

    :fr:
     
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    im no expert but i had a 93 integra with an h22 and a turbo kit with a t3/t4 turbo and was running 10 pounds of boost all day and ran 14 pounds at the track three times on my completly stock motor all i had was turbo and exhaust.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    and...........

    what was the point of your post?
     
  11. blundar

    blundar Senior Member

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    if you're going to stay at relatively low boost levels, considering a Mitsubishi TD05H-16G or 18G (or even a 20G) might be a wise idea. A FOAF here with a mitsu 16G has boost before 3000RPM... full 7pounds. Its rather scary. If you're not going to build the motor you might as well get a turbo that will spool easrly in your powerband.
     
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    The pistons are one of the weakest points in the H series engines. Detonation and anything over 250whp and you're gonna be needing a rebuild within a couple months of the install. Just be sure you get this thing tuned properly (some kind of Engine Management "NOT FMU"). If you keep it at or under 7psi and get it tuned properly, the engine should last for a while.
    Good luck.

    Mike
    Http://web.tampabay.rr.com/mylude/
     
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    miikail Junior Member

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    As for running Forged Pistons on an FRM Sleeve :unsure:

    This is what you end up with

    [​IMG]

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    Damn, that is not good, I would have to encourage building up before you add turbo, save you a lot of money in the long wrong.
     
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    Something like this ???

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    Grtz. CT
     
  17. bluemk3

    bluemk3 Supra & Civic-T Owner

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    that would b a terribl iea body kits are lame. also th comosit sleve blocks are only after 95 the 95 an bfor jdm blocks are fine and 7 lbs wont blow a motor if its tund that dude must not have done so
     
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    A little late buddy.....
     
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    It's only been 6 years.. ;x.
     
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    disableddan Crazy Insane

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    hahaha long live the ancient post!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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