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turboed and nitrous crv/tec in a awd crv

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by 4drcivicb18a, Jun 25, 2004.

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  1. 4drcivicb18a

    4drcivicb18a Member

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    I want to see a AWD crv with a cr/vtec, lowered big turbo kit, dual turbo if could, A wet nitrous kit, and it has to be all gutted out except the drivers seat know that would be a ride WHAT DOES EVERYONE ELSE THINK??
     
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    swanny Senior Member

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    cool? hell yea
    practical? no.
    EDIT: wtf would you want 2 turbos for?
     
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    i remember there being a turbo gsr crv a while back in super street or something, like 2 years ago tho.... i dont see why yo uwould do this...this as in twin turboing a crv motor, making it vtec AND gutting it...
     
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    why woudl you want the auto? i heard, heard this is, that the AWD system sorta blows ass. per a honda tech<not the board, an employee of honda's> that if you were to do somethin nuts power wise, you'd be buyin parts all the time.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    i wanna see you grow up and learn something about cars.

    but more so, to post a fuckign question related to building a motor in the engine building forum

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