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Naturally Asperated b18c5

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by jdmcoupe97, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. jdmcoupe97

    jdmcoupe97 Junior Member

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    Wadddup.....what aftermarket priducts u recomend to build a b18c5 in a 96-00 coupe?
     
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    projectxspeed Senior Member

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    How deep are you pockets (whats your budget)?
     
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    jdmcoupe97 Junior Member

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    wwell picture it this way ...im getting the c5 for madd cheap ... but i might jus end up putting on a good I/H/E
     
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    THrow a intake, header, CAI and some ITR cams with some cam gears and dyno it
     
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    ITR engines generally come with ITR cams.....but I may be wrong though.

    If it was me, I would get a GOOD header like a SMSP, Hytech, Toda etc, and good intake, some cam gears, and tune the shit out of it.
     
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    jdmcoupe97 Junior Member

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    yup thats what i might be doing.... prolly no cam gears but some good I/H/E................
     
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    all about power to weight ratios.


    I would go with
    some type of CAI....I prefer the icebox
    header,..............smsp,toda,hytech
    exhaust,..........generic 2.5, no resonator, ES oval muff.
    flywheel...........fidanza or any other overpriced chromoly unit
    tranny is key,,,,,,,if your actually getting a complete ITR unit
    obd1 is always nice

    ITB's if your bold...........and there are ways to make them cheap...
     
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    MadMaXXX Mad Man

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    sell the c5 buy a gsr and boost it :ph34r:
     
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    How? :hmm:
     
  10. xj0hnx

    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Using motorcycle ITBs :ph34r:
     
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    Just boost the Type R motor. :)
     
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    I pretty much agree with JdMilan'slist. I would put Hondata in there as well.

    I recently did this swap for a guy and ran it with Hondata on his P72. Now it was had several bugs on the dyno and was slapped on there patched together just for a baseline tune in a hurry....had his old Dc sports 4-1 header off his GSR(not good), had to slap on a borrowed GSR throttle body as his TPS was broken, bad airtemp sensor so it was run a touch rich with stock timing, no time to weld in an O2 bung for the wide band so it was tuned with an exhaust probe...and it still put out 177 at the wheel. I can't say enough for Hondata.
     
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