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Turboing the H23

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by dalude, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. dalude

    dalude Junior Member

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    Hello forum.....I was recently in a debate on how to improve the performance of my prelude.....I've come to the conclusion to boost......How do i go about boosting my lude....Is it easier to build my own turbo kit or to buy one for my car....and what other mods are neccessary for this conversion?
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    easiest way is to buy a kit that comes with all the turbo parts and the fuel management system.

    far from the best, but good enough for a 50-70 hp gain
     
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    KyleCrews Senior Member

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    Do a search on homemadeturbo.com for acclipse. It uses the 1g eclipse,talon turbo and exhaust manifold and injectors and the manifold mounts to our h23 head's with only slight modification. I'm doing this setup now. The injectors are going in this weekend and the turbo is going on next weekend. Bought a Wide Band O2 and safc to control fuel and still only spent around 1300 with a custom downpipe and everything. I'll post up pic once its all together.
     
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    lude9593 Senior Member

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    i didn't know you could use the eclipse/talon injectors and manifold on the h23 head. what are the extent of the mods to make them fit?
     
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    reckedracing TTIWWOP VIP

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    i have also heard of this being used on F22's in accords...

    i guess you just need to rat-tail the holes where the exhaust manifold studs go...
    at least thats what i was told...

    F22 and H23 exhaust manifold bolt patterns are the same...



     
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