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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by efalex, Jul 23, 2009.

  1. efalex

    efalex New Member

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    allright so ive came to another coclusion,
    everone says go b series. from alot of you guys to all my friends
    i wanna hear from some of the d series guys, what kind of power theyve made, (no spray n no boost)
    heres what my setup should be when im done-

    00 ex coupe.
    d16y8 head- mild cam, springs and retainers.. valves?
    d16y7 block- block gaurd
    ex tranny

    i want some input from thed guys (prob injen)
     
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    Dark93DX New Member

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    Try searching for d-series builds in the "Engine Building" Section.
     
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    Briansol Admins Admin VIP

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    don't bother with the block guard... completely unnecessary.

    you're looking at 130-145bhp, or 110-120 to the wheels on that build... depending on cam.
     
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    efalex New Member

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    then is a cam really even worth that money?
    iu mean for a sohc
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    Depends on how far you're willing to go. Plenty of guys hitting 145-150whp with off-the-shelf parts(main components are Crower Stg 3 cam and ITB's or modified intake manifold) and P29s(non-optimal; PG6s are better choice), and tuning of course.

    With Bisimoto parts, you can definitely get a little more power than you could with other parts(most of Bisimoto parts are custom-spec'd to order).
     
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