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Greddy kit in a 94 ls

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by RufusAZ, Dec 7, 2003.

  1. RufusAZ

    RufusAZ Junior Member

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    OK, I hope this hasn't been covered before too many times.. (I did a search :huh: )

    Anyway, how can I put the Greddy turbo kit in a 94 ls teg? What is the workaround for the obd1 thing? I know it wont be carb legal but I just want it to work..

    I don't mind the fact that you cant crank the hell out of the boost. My car still has a stock bottom end with a ton of miles.... :)

    Thanks for the help...
     
  2. LSTurboCivic4DR

    LSTurboCivic4DR Junior Member

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    If it is a b- series kit you should be able to just bolt the thing on, you may have to modify the intercooler pipes a lil.
    With this OBD1 question, are you talking about greddys lil blue box? I dont know if that is for OBD1 or 2, really, i dont think that it matters. I woiuld ditch it anyways and get a Hondata for your car, cheap and powerful. or if that is to much, ditch those 310cc injectors that the kit comes with, get some DSM 450cc injectors for about $50, and a SAFC for 200 to 300 max. hope this helps.
    If your kit is for a b series motor, Everything will bold right on to your b18b LS motor. You should be good.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    the greddy kit IS carb legal. i don't know what the issue is here...
     
  4. RufusAZ

    RufusAZ Junior Member

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    My issue is that it is carb legal for the 96 and up integra LS. I know I can probably modify it to work in my obd1 car but I want to make sure it's an easy fix before I buy one. I'm sure the obd2 turbo kit in an obd1 car would make it lose its carb legal status.
     
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    LSTurboCivic4DR Junior Member

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    in your first post you said that you did not care about the carb leagel, you just wanted it to work, It will work my friend.
     
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