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Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by mannyfresh, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. mannyfresh

    mannyfresh New Member

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    Hey guys I just got a 94 integra with a gsr head and a B16 block gsr tranny motor is really healthy pulls decent I got headers full cat back and intake what should i do next to get some more power???
     
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    Depends on your budget Definatley get a hondata system i recomend s100 unless running boost get a s300 and if your not running boost but gonna install and tune yourself and need ddatalogging get the s200 basicallyan s100 with datalogging or get eagle rods and build the block etc
     
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    have it tuned first... see where you're at...
     
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    I really have trouble recommending Hondata for an essentially stock motor with bolt-ons. A chipped ECU will do just fine, and be lots cheaper...
     
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    but.... what about hondata?????? lol
     
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    ^^ this.
    because anything you do from here on after is going to need dyno time, and a chipped ecu is the way to go.

    if you have a bigger budget then do other stuff, like camshafts, and a valve train upgrade.

    build the bottom end.

    the possibilities are pretty much endless. so to narrow it down, what kind of budget you talking about?
     
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    Well I'd do things 1 at a time lol
    But just wanted 2 hear wut I should do 1st
     
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    again, how much do you want to spend.

    $100 budget is different then a $5k budget.

    do you want to go boost or n/a.

    are you going to be doing all the work yourself, or paying someone.

    answer these and you might get some better responses.
     
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    I would want 2 go all motor then eventually load it with spray but like I said 1 thing at a time just figured ask where 2 start
     
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    Well, if all motor is your goal, then start buying parts for your bottom end.

    Rods, pistons, just go piece by piece and as you get your parts list filled, then put it together. If you can afford to get it all at once thats just as good.

    Buy as much OEM as possible, especially the bearings.

    There is a ton of options for you with the gsr/b16 setup. Have fun.
     
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    If you're just going to keep doing bolt-ons, then "1 thing at a time" is okay. However, if you're planning to actually build the engine, then you need to plan it out and start collecting the parts so you can do it all at once. You're not planning on opening up your engine to install parts multiple times, right?
     
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    Ok so I got it chipped I have and I have it on the type r setting it's running better now then b4 just with that put a 2step on now I have 2 take sumthin off inside the manifold butterfly hooks or sumthin I guess it stops my vtec from poppin as hard as it should
     
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    did you go get it tuned or just a type R basemap?
     
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    swap engine

    Hi guys I have a 1995 civic hatchback with a d15b engine ,Could I swap it with a b18c1 gsr motor.Would all the engine mounts be compatible.
     
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