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Turbo kits for the D16Z6

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by Slammed90Lude, Sep 25, 2003.

  1. Slammed90Lude

    Slammed90Lude Senior Member

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    Hey, i was on a website called discount turbo kits here's the URL http://turbodiscounters.com/html/turbo-hon...GA_civic_turbo#

    I was wondering if anyone has any experience with them and their products- Also, i was wondering since they don't make a kit for the Z6 if their d16a kit will work- I mean aren't the exhaust ports the same? is the ony difference going to be electronics? but since their extreme kits uses an injector controller and additional injectors shouldn't this not be a problem- let me know please i craze boost
     
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    dirty91crx Member

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    build a home made turbo kit....run you way less than that. my kit roughly ran $350....i have everything but an IC so far.....if u want a pre made kit check into the greddy kits that are made for your car...they roughly range 2-3 g depending where u get rom...the greddy kit for my car runs $2300...
     
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    i wud take the edlebrock kit, main reason is how complete that kit is. It includes MAP sensor, intake mani, fuel rail, the turbo mani is the real jewel tho, since you can bolt right on a GT28 turbo which is good for 350+HP, but that wud require very dedicated bottom-end reinforcement
     
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    i agree the edelbrock kit is great...very complete and very very well thought out. but for the price...damn! lol
     
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    delslo_4 Junior Member

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    dirty crx
    how did you put it together so cheap?
     
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    Tonyd0821 Banned

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    gen_x_performance Junior Member

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    if you are not patient about finding parts, and if you don't like to hassle withs tuff like that just get a Greddy Turbo Kit B)
     
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    i would say homemade :p
     
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    i would go with the IHI RHB5 turbo out of the 84-86 ford escorts and get your inter cooler from any of the following
    86-87 Buick GN/T-Type 3.8L
    87 Chrysler Conquest 2.6L
    85-87 Mitsubishi Starion 2.6L
    85-88 SAAB 9000 2.0L
    84-86 SAAB 900 2.0L
    they all have stock intercoolers
     
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    STarion front mount owns JoOo...I say homemade unit, the 14b turbo can handle high boost 15ish and spools quickly..
     
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    homemade kits are nice.
     
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