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GSR Turbo help!!!!

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by gsr x civic, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. gsr x civic

    gsr x civic New Member

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    hey i need some input on what i can do to better this setup without spending cash on upgrading the block, so here's my plan:


    i have a greddy 18g turbo kit, 375hp fmic, turbo timer, 255 fuel pump, s200, fpr, and that's pretty much it.

    what i'm probably going to do to lower compression to compensate for the stock pistons will be to get an hks headgasket (82.5x2.6mm) which should help. would this help anything at all, or will it end up just causing complications?

    now im wondering if i'll be safe with 310 injectors @ maybe 7 or 8 lbs. my goal is at least 220whp.

    help is appreciated. thanks in advanced [​IMG]
     
  2. jimboburgess

    jimboburgess Go fast, Go Cheap

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    with a s200 you should be fine to run 7-8 psi on a stock sleeved block without lowering the compression, just stick to 93 octane and take your time tuning.
     
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    Will 450cc Dsm injectors work on the B series? I know on my D turbo I was going to use them with a resistor box. IF your goal is 220whp you shouldnt have any problems. You can also use a cometic head gasket to lower compression a little.
     
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    gsr x civic New Member

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    i was actually planning on running the 450's with a resistor box. lol. and the headgasket i was planning on using a 2.6mm HKS headgasket. =]
     
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    Let me know if you need a resistor box. I have two.
     
  6. preludebuddy

    preludebuddy Senior Member

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    your motor can make way over 220 stock. no reason to build it, no reason to lower compression ratio...up the boost and retune
     
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