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Is What I Have Enough?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by evcivic, May 8, 2003.

  1. evcivic

    evcivic Junior Member

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    hey, iam sort of new to swapping and building but i wanna know if what i have is enough.here is a list of what i have , please feel free to add on to what i so far have. this is all for a 98 ek civic

    ls block
    95 gsr head
    95 gsr computer with a mugen chip
    b16a2 tranny
    11:1 compression je pistons
    forged eagle rods
    act clutch and flywheel
    and a blockgaurd


    i would like to run at least 70 to 100 pounds of nos but i really dont know how much should i run
    please feel free to add on any suggestions in regards to this. thanxxxx........ :huh:
     
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    XZILER8 Senior Member

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    :huh:

    you mean a 70-100 SHOT of NOS?
     
  3. onetyme_sam

    onetyme_sam Senior Member

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    im not exactly sure about it, but i think you need to set up that ls block to run vtec. need to run the vtec oil pump, knock sensor, and i forget what else. unless that block is already set up to run vtec. if your running nos, i would probably build it a little stronger. dont want to use up $500 in nos shots and then blow the engine. probably get some godzilla sleeves, balance and polish the crank. if you didnt get them w/ the pistons, get some good piston rings. i dont know if the stock valves can take the heat from the shots, i would check, if not then buy some new springs, retainers, and valves. building the engine to take the nos is the main thing.
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    you will need a conversion cable to run an OBD-1 ECU in your OBD-2 car .... the ECU will not plug into your stock harness
     
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