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new to honda modding want to build turbo crv.

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by 40l sahara, Aug 27, 2010.

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    40l sahara New Member

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    Okay my real hobby is my jeep but my dd is a very well taken care of 2000 honda crv. For some weird reason I want to turbo it. I cant just leave it stock. It is a auto so not the best but for now im going to leave it stock. I will add a decent sized trans cooler. If it blows i will build it up. So as far as the motor it's a bone stock b20z. For the turbo I'm thinking a turbonetics t3/t4 would do the job well along with a cast manifold. For boost About 7 to 8 psi. As far as the piping goes i dont know if the piping and a ic for anouther honda can be made to fit or not. Under the hood the crv looks just like many other honda's. What i really need help on is what I would need for fuel managment. I would rather stay away from a fmu. I'm not a huge fan. It needs to stay obd2 as it needs to pass emissions. In ct if the check engien light is off it will pass. Will I need a better fuel pump? What size injectors and as far as the computer and map and stuff im not shure I've never boosted a honda.
    Thanks for the help.:D
     
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    95b16coupe New Member

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    you can find turbo kits for b20's online. if you are so inclined, you can piece one together for pretty cheap. you will need a tune from something like hondata or something of the sort.
     
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    I think i'm going to piece one togather. Are the aem piggy backs any good for fuel managment.
     
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    they are decent. it just depends on what you want to do with the tune. you can do something as simple as a VAFC piggy back or you could go all out with a full program. it just depends on your build and budget.
     
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