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junk yard turbo

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by jls12388, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. jls12388

    jls12388 New Member

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    so people want to know about the best way to boost a d-series on a budget i built a 93 civic 4 door turbo making 230hp for under $800 with junk yard parts

    the best block and head combo is the d15z1 block due to the dish in the piston teflon coating and type r rings ran 12-15lb all day long

    y7 y8 head i went y8 for vtec both will be around 7:7:1 compression

    sabb or benz turbo from junk yard i found a 40 trim off a 1988 diesal benz internal waste gate off a 4g63

    fuel pressure regulator off a 4g63 "ebay ones will work

    ebay chip kit and custom base map

    DSM injectors 450cc are grest for massive hp 300+ i used valvo 340cc off a 740 turbo wagen the turbo works great on a civic set up

    probe intercooler good grand national intercooler perfect

    always ordered a cast manifoild the stanless crack after about 6 months

    now onto boost pipe i cut up a bed frame but any steel pipe will work

    oil feed drill and tap your pan on the side wall works great always use new oil lines

    slap all the shit together fire it up



    this set up is how i done mine its not a show car set up and just some guide lines for somebody who wants a turbo civic dont buy ebay turbos when u can by and rebuild a garrett for under $200
     
  2. 34diesel34

    34diesel34 Import Tuner

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    The eclipse DSM T25 turbo with an hf manifold is another good setup that wont cost you an arm and a leg. I had this setup before and it was very nice.
     
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