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Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by rudeludenotmeanthough, Sep 6, 2003.

  1. rudeludenotmeanthough

    rudeludenotmeanthough Senior Member

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    ok. i have a b20a swap in my prelude. I have now decided on boosting this thing. I would like to do this the RIGHT way, i.e internals, etc., and have a reliable daily driver.

    What parts should i get and how much money would i be looking to spend? Any input is appreciated.
     
  2. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    FINDING parts is going to be your biggest issue. the b20a's have a very short aftermarket.

    doing things the "right" way is never cheap. expect at least 2 grand for junkyard turbo setup and new internals, and it might hit 5 grand all said and done with new stuff.
     
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    Seany-izzle New Member

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    re-sleeve it!!!! that should be on top of your list of things to do with the b20. then id get new pistons and rods, then werk on a turbo kit.
     
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    Slammed90Lude Senior Member

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    dude, www.raceeng.com has low compression boost pistons, rods and sleeve kits for the B20A5, it's a great place to start- Also, for a list of all the turbo parts you would need, visit www.ludespeed.com even though he doesn't make the kits anymore he still has lists of everything needed posted and he's a really helpful guy if you wanna email him- I don't know what kind of boost level you wanna run, but if you are gonna stay in the 7-9psi range don't forget that stock compression is 9.0:1 which is very very turbo friendly, the pistons and robs could handle more but unfortunately i'm not sure the open-decked block coud- Like i said though, Race Engineering has it all, it's a good place-
     
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