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Need good info b18c5 turbo help

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by yamaha6611, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. yamaha6611

    yamaha6611 New Member

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    okay, I am looking to make some more power for this upcomming season with my 94integra, b18c5


    bone stock engine
    china 50trim
    cast manifold

    it currently makes (on crome), mustang dyno
    -6 psi
    -300hp/200tq.
    -8500rpm RL
    -19deg. timing
    -11.5-12.2 A/F



    my thoughts...
    -thick HG
    -arp studs
    -real manifold and turbo
    - intake manifold

    and whatever (rev/psi) will make me 400whp


    is this SAFE to do on a bone stock b18c5?!?!?!?!

    any suggestions!?


    thanks,

    matt
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    boostedek420 New Member

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    i would go with a ramhorn header and a ball bearing turbo with biger injectors and a good tune good luck
     
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    yamaha6611 New Member

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    im not against anything you say, but i would like your opinion on WHY you say these?

    ramhorn as opposed to any other $600 manifold i can buy??


    and, my injectors are at hmm... precision 680cc, 8500rpm 6psi @ 61% duty cycle.. i feel like i should max em before i drop all that money on a set of 1000's


    turbo though, much agred.


    thanks,


    matt
     
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    FLounder power hungry VIP

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    You can certainly make more power with a little bit better turbo setup and a little more boost. A better turbo manifold, with a nice 3" down pipe will help. You should be able to make near 400whp with the injectors you have. I would think it should be pretty safe as long as its dyno tuned well. A smallish turbo might take 12-15 psi to get there. If it was me i would be scared to push more boost than that with that high of compression ratio.
     
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    X2 i totally agree... heres the newest plan...

    topmount manifold
    hx35 turbo, 7blade cold and 9cm2 hot

    70thou headgasket, arp studs and new t belt and water pump

    should drop me to 9.6:1 - 10.0:1 somewhere in there...?



    go from 6psi to 10-15psi, add a hair timing and fuel and try for 380-400whp



    ???? good idea?



    thanks,


    mat
     
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    FLounder power hungry VIP

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    it sounds great, as long as its tuned well. do you have someone that dyno tunes or are you just doing street tuning?
     
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    OST dyno in harmony, PA

    look em up! its my buddys shop, hes got a built ls vtec and i dont even think he knows how much it is making lol, i think last time he checked it was at 460 or so and the clutch started slipping at like 6k lol

    check out the pics of the customer cars

    Dyno <<link to OST
     
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