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ls/vtec setup

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by hondaplayer, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. hondaplayer

    hondaplayer Junior Member

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    This is my set-up,, what do u think about it if ya think anything should be change let me know...........

    DEL SOL 0BD1 B16 HEAD
    SKUNK2 VALVES
    TYPE-R DUAL INTAKE AND EXHAUST SPRINGS
    GSR CAMSHAFT WITH SKUNK2 ADJUSTIBLE CAM GEAR
    ITR MANIFOLD
    GUDE 65 THROTTLE BODY
    HI FLOW FUEL RAIL
    RC ENGINEERING 270CC
    B&M FPR AND GAUGE
    AEM V2 COLD AIR INTAKE
    CTR APEXI HEADERS WITH APEXI DUNK CAT BACK
    VAFC-1994 GSR ECU
    DC SHORT SHIFTER
    WALBRO 255 FUEL PUMP
    GSR TRANNY
    ACT PROLITE 8.5 LBS
    ACT 6 SIX PUCK EXTREME KIT
    B18A1 BLOCK
    BORED OUT TO 81.5
    EAGLE RODS
    WISECO 11.8 COMP
    ARP HEAD STUD
     
  2. boostin4fun

    boostin4fun Boosted ls/vtec ohh yeah!

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    Everything looks good to me, however I would choose to go with a chipped ecu. If you have someone if your area who can tune with either CROME or Hondata I would definetly do that over a piggyback computer. Here is a good website to learn more about chipping ecus and why piggybacks are not good. Plus you already have a obd1 setup so it would be easy. PGMFI.ORG - Grassroots ECU Development - Library . WhyDoPiggybacksSuck Good luck! ;)
     
  3. hondaplayer

    hondaplayer Junior Member

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  4. AutoExpert

    AutoExpert New Member

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    This is a good tip. I have almost same setup with hondaplayer except for the CAI. I have the Eagle Cold Air Intake. I haven’t yet replaced it since I had my car. It’s performing well but I’m still thinking if I still need to replace it with the AEM most are using. I haven’t yet checked for the comparison.
     
  5. JDM_EK9R

    JDM_EK9R all motor

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    not to be a smarty pants or anything... but the stock bore on the ls is 81.5mm .... maybe the block was just honed? that is usually prep for new pistons/rods
     
  6. johnercivic

    johnercivic New Member

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    You're right. 81mm is stock. 81.5mm is stock bored 20 over.
     
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