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turbo b20 vtec

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by td-civ, Jul 22, 2004.

  1. td-civ

    td-civ Junior Member

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    i am doing a b20 vtec on boost the bottom end is biult but im using the stock sleeves with a block guard i have a safc and a inline pump and a full msd setup and im going to us dsm 450's

    how much boost do you think i can run :thumbsup:
     
  2. twisted civic

    twisted civic Senior Member

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    depends on what "built" means - all forged internals?
    either way, stay a little on the safe side, you may not make huge power but at least it'll stay alive.

    mildly built should be good for 15 psi and still live a long life.
     
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    15 psi if you are going to leave it with the stock sleeves but don't leave it at 15 psi if you are just driving around town lower it to like 8 psi then push it up when you are going to race
     
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    low boost setting - 7psi
    medium boost setting - 12psi
    high boost setting "race fuel and track" - 15psi

    that is what I would stick to..
     
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    td-civ Junior Member

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    the motor has je pistons and crower rods block guard and the head is p&p and im using arp head studs and i will be running gsr cams soon


    thanks for your help i was thinking of running 6 psi on the street and 15 on the track sweet 12's here i come
     
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    I just completed a similar setup , I'm in the process of installing a Z10 crankcase breather. Can anyone tell me what size allen key to use on the 2 allen screws on the back of the motor, to remove them.
     
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    td-civ Junior Member

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    why you want to do that
     
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    Disregard that post I got the answer, it's a 14mm allen key . From my research plus the fact that I see most ppl with B20 swaps doing it , u need the kit to relieve some of the pressure from the crank case. check this link out http://www.theoldone.com/
     
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