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Turbo build up

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by turbocrx2.0l, Feb 20, 2004.

  1. turbocrx2.0l

    turbocrx2.0l Member

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    I am building a motor to put in my CRX . This block has Je Pistons Carillo rods re-sleeved ,solid deck arp head studs.
    I am now thinking if i should buy the GREDDY E-MANAGE or the high price HALTECH?????? The block remain with its 81mm bore 9:1 CR.i want to get a Z10 block girdle, Does any of you guys used this before???
    Also a prodrive oil pump gears.

    my goal is 450 BHP i have a T3TO4E to help me get there.
     
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    go with hondata, it's all in the tuning...
     
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    emange is too low
    haltech is too high

    hondata :) thats where you want to be.

    but really, find something that your TUNER can TUNE. that's the #1 thing to look into
     
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    That hondata looks to be really good BUTTT THERE IS NO ONE HERE THAT KNOWS WHAT A HONDATA SYSTEM LOOKS LIKE MUCHLESS TO TRY TUNE IT.We do not have a dyno here. There is a guy Jamaica with a 680BHP civic who has a haltech ,he knows a lot about the haltech and the E-Manage.The hondata would be nice but as you can think there is not a certified tuner on island.????????????????
     
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    hondata is really easy to tune. if that guy can figure out haltec, he most certainly can tune a hondata after playing with it for 5 minuets.

    haltec requires you to pretty much re-wire the entire car.
    the hondata will not.
     
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