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OMFG charge a 94 accord

Discussion in 'Accord' started by Honda_NooB_lol, Oct 28, 2006.

  1. Honda_NooB_lol

    Honda_NooB_lol Banned

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    I have a 94 Accord ex 4 door SOHC (I think) and I heard this was a great setup for a turbo. Any ideas?

    Where is the best and cheapest place besides e-Bay where I can find the best deal on a good turbo system. I am very poor lol
     
  2. Accordian

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    haha, well. I have the same car.. and turbos are expensive. Any car is a good car to turbo in your average person's situation. Expect to spend at least $2,000 on a turbo setup and thats if you do a pretty ghetto job of it. Your welcome for the extremely helpful information.
     
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    a good turbo set up is going to cost you some money
    turbo- t3/t4 57 trim stage III wheel 500-600
    manifold- 175
    wastegate- 200
    bov- 150
    intercooler 250
    piping- 200ish
    exhaust with downpipe 500
    oil lines-80
    hondata w/boost 500
    new ecu for hondata 100

    h22- 2450 shipped
    exhaust fitment 75
    if you cant do the wiring vtec, knock, and secondaries 75

    so its up to you. you could substitute the hondata with an fmu and safc but i dont suggest it. so you need to decide what it is you want to do
     
  4. Honda_NooB_lol

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    Yes, I am definately down with a ghetto-job. 2000 sounds ridiculous though, since i got a killer deal on the car for 3500!!!!!! I might just rice that bad boy up and just throw on a short ram and a bigg ass exhaust pipe LOL
     
  5. AHHVTEC

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    i think your in the wrong hobby
     
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    if youre not going to add anything constructive then please dont post
     
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    i also have just bought a 94 honda accord f22b1. i am looking for some fast, easy ways and farley cheap hp. if find any thing out let me know.
     
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    hp isnt cheap...get that into your head right now
     
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    hp!

    i realize this, but should i start with the intake with throttle body spacer or pullies and ignition?
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    all of the above will give you about 35hp
     
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    throttle body spacer = the gay...very little gain not worth the money
    pulleys= no power gain (1-2 on a dynojet)
    ignition = no power gain (1/2hp....will help with gas mileage and throttle response.
    intake= good place to start.

    here is where you should start......

    exhaust, intake and header (if you are going to stay n/a)

    if you are going to go turbo then just the exhaust until you get the turbo parts.

    suspension would also be a good place to put some money...you can have all of the hp in the world but if you cant put it to the ground it isnt going to help you.
     
  12. nkroberson

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    where can i find a good price on headers, catback, and exhaust? And which brand has everyone found most responsive.???
     
  13. BrutalB83

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    www.importrp.com has some pretty good prices, and they have free shipping on a lot of their stuff too. You can also try Ebay, but beware of the fake stuff on there. If you see a "Greddy" exhaust for like $100, click on the ad and read all the info, usually it's a cheapo brand like Tsudo, and they're just saying that it's "Greddy-style."

    As far as brands go, I like AEM for intakes, because the fit and finish is really nice, but if you don't want to spend a lot, a cheaper one will work just about as well as long as you put a decent quality filter on it. For headers, most people do DC sports, which are decent, but I wouldn't say great. Companies like Rage, SMSP, Kamikaze, etc. make good headers, but they're usually pretty expensive. For exhaust, I like Greddy, Apex'i, RSR, Tanabe, or you can go custom with a nice muffler like Vibrant or Magnaflow.
     
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    cheap ass turbo setup at maost 1800 and that is with the hondata. buy shit used and use the ebay nockoff wastegate and bov. can you fab anything can you weld. if so your charge pipes are free go hit upo your local exaust shops and look in the dumpsters. same with exaust. it dosnot have to be shiney. get some 3 inch shit out of the dumpsters and weld it up. but if you actually want hp you have to go with a turbo. na can make power but it costs alot of money and i dont know why anyone would do it.
     
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    would a h22a fit in a 94 accord ex?? if so where can i find one for cheap........
     
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    yes its a very easy swap and go get one from h motors
     
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    oh yeah one more thing my car has alot of miles on it would it even be worth the money forthe swap?????
     
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    yea the body will be fine with high miles
     
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    what the hell is h motors? i cant find it
     
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