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How much power?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by RIT Civic, Oct 26, 2003.

  1. RIT Civic

    RIT Civic Senior Member

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    Ok...here is my setup

    B16a1 Sir2
    Wiseco Pistons 9.0 comp.
    H-Beam eagle rods
    stock sleeves
    LS tranny
    stage 2 clutchnet
    Eibach Dual Racing springs from Crower
    Crower Titanium Racing Springs
    Full out port/polish
    Manley oversized valves
    Milled head

    Going to add Crower stage 3 cams and spoon chip p28 ecu this week...

    Will all that in mind...when i take it to the dyno what power should I expect and when I take it to the track what should i expect...stock wheels and this is on a 94 civic coupe ex
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    9950 Banned

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    Imports SUCK!
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    :newbie: :mullet:
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    liquid00meth Senior Member

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    2 questions.

    1.) why did you lower compression on an N/A motor.
    2.) why did you put an inferior transmission on it.


    and The spoon chip is a waste of time.


    And as far as power, I left my magic dynometer hat at home.
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    your setup seems to lack any kind of research
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    Looks like crap to me...
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    and i quote.....



    my original guess was that this was some sort of pre-turbo set up....

    but then due to the nature of the question....

    i stand by my original pic.
  9. RIT Civic

    RIT Civic Senior Member

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    Well it was going to be a turbo setup...I changed my mind and like the post says I will be adding a p28 soon but its not in yet...I am asking for advice to see what I can do..I might stay with my p72 ecu...the project does not lack research at all...with a lower compression I can run a bigger nos shot...

    I thought I was supposed to get help here and not get flammed...hahaha...anyway thanks for the help
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    RIT Civic Senior Member

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    What is if I decide to add turbo later in the future?...is it a crime to have low compression...geezeee :p
  11. btleier

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    Yeah the lower compression really isn't all that great of an idea unless you plan on using it for a turbo setup. There are so many variables in everyone's setup that the only real way to know is to take that hog to a dyno. It's not all that expensive and then you'll know exactly what you're looking at for numbers.
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    If you run those crower stage 3's with that compression, you'll have 0 power. Not flaming you, but :wtf:
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    Hmmm so what if I got those stage 3 and later plan on turbo...would that help or should i exchange them for the stage 2 turbo spec cams?
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    Yes the more agressive cams will much more beneficial when you go turbo.
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    RIT Civic Senior Member

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    would those stage 3 work with a big shot of nos?...i heard that with my low compression i could run a big shot of nos with no prob...is this true?..i mean i am trying to decide if I should go nos or turbo...i heard my compression works great with either one..
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    if you're going turbo, get cams made for turbo, the stage3's are for n/a.. i think crower has a turbo specific grind. this is why you must make up your mind on going n/a or turbo in the beginning
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    i think that this guy doesnt actually have that setup....he is just playing out a
    "what if" scenario with us...
  18. RIT Civic

    RIT Civic Senior Member

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    If you want proof of the engine while it was being built I could send you over some pics. :p

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