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Turbo on b20?

Discussion in 'Integra' started by Ls/teg, Dec 10, 2006.

  1. Ls/teg

    Ls/teg New Member

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    :confused: i just recently put a jdm b20b in my 1990 integra how much psi can i saftly have on the stock motor and have a reliable car still, i was thinking 4 or maybe 5psi would be safe?
     
  2. DAHATCH

    DAHATCH New Member

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    i dont know how much it can handle but i do know that the culinder walls are thinner than the ls and like to crack under boost

    but if you have the low compression b20 it should be able to hold 7psi. thats just my $.02

    im sure if you do some research you can find something about boosting a b20
     
  3. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    It can handle a LOT more than that. The B20 isn't made of glass.
     
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    werd. if i remember right, i heard a guy at intercrew saying he was making about 320 to the wheels on his b20/v turbo with stock internals. I dont know how long he ran it that way, but still, thats decent numbers for a stock b20/v/t
     
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    Oh, easily. 320whp on that block is cake.
     
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