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Treadstone turbocharger systems

Discussion in 'Accord' started by Nickg4c, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. Nickg4c

    Nickg4c Member

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    https://redhat3.admarkonline.com/~t...rbo+Kit,+SH,+all+H22+motors,+and+engine+swaps

    Has anyone had any experience with these guys, I'm looking to do a simple quick spooling turbo setup on my h22 accord.

    Give me some input on what you think, the goal is to make 325 hp max(I'm making 220 right now). I'm more interested in gaining low end torque cause I drive the car everyday. What Trim, A/R would be appropriate for this?

    And I have to retain AC cause I live near Phoenix, and no ac during summer sucks.
     
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    never heard of them, but it looks as if its of pretty good quality
     
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    yeah i have dealt with treadstone before. its a turbonetics kit. and comes with1 year warranty. turbo will push 440 hp . the kit comes with no engine management nor fuel. i your looking for a good full out kit. get the tuner kit for 4000 and be done. no dyno neccesary
     
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    i hope your bottom is strong enough to hold 350
     
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    Yeah, its not. And I'm not looking to rebuild it at this point. Thats some of the reason for not wanting to go over 325hp. I do like the idea of the turbonetics kit, but I don't feel like I need to spend the extra $1500 or whatever just for some of the engine management stuff, I plan on using crome which I already have experience with anyway. If I had tons of money though I would probably go with that kit, but I'm looking to put together a turbo kit for around 2k. Thanks for the suggestion though its just not what I'm looking for at this point.
     
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    build your own kit, it is cheaper
     
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    Yeah, that was the initial plan, but parts added up quick. And I had no idea if this manifold, that turbo would allow me to keep ac. I'm still kinda trying to go that route but I'll need to figure things out still.

    By the way what does everyone know about OBX's turbo manifolds? I've used two of their exhaust manifolds and thought they were great quality but I know that turbo manifolds like to crack easily.
     
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    you should keep your a/c with most turbo kits. unless your going with a big turbo and 21/2 inch pipe all the way it will get n the way of the cmpressor, you shouldnt have that problem.

    never used the obx exhaust manifold. turbonetics makes a strong turbo manifold.
     
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    just get a log manifold, they flow well and are hella cheap.
     
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    Have not found one "cheap" yet but haven't really looked at manifolds much, I just liked the idea of stainless cause it looks better.

    Oh by the way I'm thinking of running t3/t4 50 tirm .48a/r. Should spool very quickly, I'm just worried about the turbo running out of gas around 7k. What do ya think?
     
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