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Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by blakeyBOY, Sep 18, 2008.

  1. blakeyBOY

    blakeyBOY New Member

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    who has one? nice results?
     
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    <---In for the answer. Never knew you could turbo a B20.
     
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    Why couldn't you? Its a B-Series motor, it has just as much aftermarket support as any other B-Series engine.

    Ive seen great results with B20-T when done right.
     
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    Fixed.
     
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    LMFAO, my bad man

    Always taking things literally :p
     
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    I don't have one--yet--but based on the research that I've done, the B20B is very boost friendly and produces pretty decent numbers with a good tune. With the exception of the stock sleeves, they are pretty good little motors. The only thing that really, really sux about them is they stop creating power about 6k rpm's, and don't really make any until about 3500.
     
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    alright then.. thanks man.. i might be getting a b20 integra off my buddy and plans after that was to get it painted and anything else to make it actually look decent lol then boost it.. just seeing if the motor was boost friendly being that i havent heard much of boosted b20.
     
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    Why not do a vtec conversion? They produce decent numbers as well. Not to mention they like boost, too. Vtec conversion would cost about the same as a turbo install.
     
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