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how to boost a 93 accord???

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by 95customcivic, May 19, 2010.

  1. 95customcivic

    95customcivic New Member

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    ok im planning on boosting a 93 accord,bone stock,only wanting to hold about 10lbs of boost;beside geting the turbo stuff what all do i need to do?anything internal?all info is appreciated.
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Fill tires up to 10psi, load car onto trailer, drive away leaving owner perplexed. Boosted.
     
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    95customcivic New Member

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    look im serious,i need seripus answers,if ur joking with me then do not post,i need the RIGHT info by tomorrow afternoon,thanks to all with real answers.
     
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    George777 ^^ Likes Bewbies

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    This thread is a bigger joke than Cal's post.

    If you can't do the research yourself, then take your happy, ignorant ass to a builder, drop off the car with a blank check, and call it quits.

    Fucking noob.
     
  5. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Well now... don't beat up the n00b. But n00b, please go read up in our reference area. You'll answer quite a few questions without people flaming you for coming onto the forum and saying "hey I don't know anything now tell me everything dammit now!" See how you're perceived from your first few posts?

    So here's a serious answer that's about all you can get from the detail in your question:

    Bolt on turbo, weld in pipes, tune tune tune.
     
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    94H_Ex Under employed

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    lmfao, I almost died. I just found my new sig quote.


    But seriously google this topic, your year accord isn't a very easy year to modify compared to almost any year civic, let alone with the stock f22. There are so many sites out there that run along with your year though. Heres some.

    MYCB7.COM - Your Fourth Generation Accord Community - Downloads - Specs - Forums - Classifieds - How-To's - Video's - Wallpapers - More!

    CB7Tuner.com - 4th Gen Honda Accord Online Community

    Search these sites as well. I stumbled upon a VERY well detailed write up with pics about a year ago (I cant find it now) The one thing I remember is when installing a short turbo manifold is you have to shave a tab off the block. Everything else is mere bolt-on's and tuning.
     
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  7. BrutalB83

    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Harsh, but definitely a valid point.

    Adding a turbo setup to an originally N/A car isn't as simple as a parts list. You need to be willing to put in some time researching and reading. Try our reference section first. There are articles there about forced induction.

    If you can't be bothered to read and ask intelligent questions, then you should probably just take your car to a performance shop, tell them what you want, and write a check...
     
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    ok since everyone wants to be dicks and asswholes,i will take my happy ass to another form....i never once had a problem with the turbo dodge form the whole 6months i was on there.Its better to ask question than to do the work and run into problems,but hey what can i say yall want to be stuck up asswholes with hondas,thats why everyone makes fun of honda boys bc they think they have the fastest car,lmfao now thats the funny part,laugh it up people.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Buddy, if you want to leave and go to a different forum, that's okay, I can't stop you. Sorry for the people who were dicks, but I did tell you that the info is already here, you just need to be willing to go into the reference section and read up a bit before you start asking questions. A lot of the info you need is already there. You can also use the search function to search for similar questions that have been asked and get information and answers that way. AFTER you've done all that, THEN post any remaining questions you may have.

    Do you really expect that we're all just sitting around waiting for someone like you to show up so that we can type out an extensive write-up on how to boost your Accord? Do you know how many people come to the forums and ask questions like this?

    We're perfectly willing to help but you need to be willing to help yourself a little bit too. We're not going to just spoon-feed you.

    Here's some great articles to get you started: Turbo Information - HondaSwap Forums. And like I said, you can also use the search function. Read up a bit, and then ask questions that are more specific, like:

    -Would this turbo be good for an Accord?
    -Here's my list of parts...am I missing anything?

    Or, just cry like a baby and go to a different forum. The choice is yours...
     
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    Well said Brutal.

    To the OP: If you really wanted to boost your Accord, you would have started your research LONG ago, and not needed the information by today/tonight. This isn't something that you are going to do in an evening. There is a TON of information--not only on this site, but on hundreds of other sites all over the internet. All it takes is a few minutes searching. Self-educating yourself will make it a ton easier to know what's going on and how it's done. It will also save you a bunch of time in the long run, because you won't be FIXING everything after you realized you did it wrong.

    This site is full of information, but as Brutal and Calesta said, nobody is going to spoon feed you the information. Make an honest attempt on your own, and then come for the residual information.
     
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    I had a teacher in Universal Technical Institute. He was the biggest "asswhole" I have ever met when it came to asking questions. This "asswhole" would not only make you feel like a asshat for asking a question, but at the same time, would answer your questions with a question. Basically, what he was teaching, is theres not always going to be someone there to help you or show you what to do or even what the correct answer is. YOU have to figure it out for yourself. Alot of skilled mechanics/technicians will do the same. To teach you to not be so baby fed and learn to find the information you need by yourself.

    You can cry about us all day long, but in the end, your still going to be sitting there not knowing what your doing, or even worse, one day sitting there with a blown F22 wondering "why did it blow up? It was such a great engine before. What went wrong?"
     
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    lmfao!!!11!111!!!!!1
     
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    Found that write up btw, which all I had to do was maybe I don't know? Google Cb7 Turbo?

    my F22 turbo project - CB7Tuner Forums

    Its messy and old. But who cares your probably just going to go cry and sell your car anyways.

    Enjoy.
     
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    I did research for a solid year before I boosted my civic. Not sure what the rush is.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Yeah, I don't know what this dude's issue was either. People just want to be spoon-fed I guess...
     
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