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Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by IDMaxGuy, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. IDMaxGuy

    IDMaxGuy Senior Member

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    Thinking of turboing the acorn.... what is a good small externally wastegated turbo, i was thinking t/3 but i dont know if that will be too big... keep in mind im only going to be running 6-7 psi... i honestly dont know good sizes for my setup
     
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    I think a T3 .42/.48 would mate nicely with your engine for 7 psi.
     
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    IDMaxGuy Senior Member

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    its my accord mate :) thats its nickname im gonna be different and do SOHC turbo F22 just for fun im not trying to be fast i just want to do it
     
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    i wouldn't put anything less than a .63/.63 on a 2.2
     
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    lol ok ill put a biiiiig toybo on it and run 9's all day long
     
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    a .63/.63 is what comes with a drag kit for a b16.. and thats a t3/t4. its far from a large turbo
     
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    a t7? lmao

    find me one, and i'll buy it off you.
     
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    hopefully he forgot to hit the 8 :lol:
     
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    i dont want to go for fast tho... i want to go for quick and reliable while i buiild an h22 motor
     
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    doesn't matter. its ill-matched.

    it will be dead at 5500 on a .48 on a 2.2L motor probably.
     
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    at 7psi? I'm not so sure. At 14 or even 10psi, I could see a .42AR running outa steam. The F22 might be a 2.2L, but the head flows for shit in stock form. I think the .42/.48 might be a little on the small side, but a .48/.48 or preferably .48/.63 would be nice. If you get a bigger T3 (60trim) you'd prob be in a good spot. Get compressor maps + figure out what your head flows if you're really worried about it.
     
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    i dont want to go into too much detail and get technical with it since im not serious about making this motor fast, like i said something reliable cheap and goodly sized, see i know nothing about A/R sizes and crap i may just go with a 14b or something.... who knows im still in planning stages
     
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    a dsm header bolts onto the h series. with that said I believe the bolt pattern on the F is the same as the H as far as exhuast goes... so tehre ya go
     
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    f and h are nto the same
     
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    ok, I know the dsm header bolts onto the H series...
     
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    my stepdad is a master welder/welding inspector he is building me a header so i dont have to worry about that. and if i was going to use a DSM header i would just use an EVO one since they have bigger ports, but as Brian said i dont belive it will fit
     
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    It is not a bolt on, it still needs to be machiened slightly to make it work. The easiest way is to fit your H23/F22 exhaust gasket to the EVO/2G manifold and mark where holes need to be ovaled. I have pictures for your viewing enjoyment. I kept them huge for detail.

    EVO Manifold modified for H23/F22
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    After gasket is fitted
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    Remember kids, it's not ghetto, it's grassroots.
     
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    Uh... I know where there's a T6 from a diesel just sitting around... :D
     
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