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what is a safe psi to run on jdm d15b?

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by 92civy, Oct 3, 2006.

  1. 92civy

    92civy New Member

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    i am doing the motor swap next weekend (d15b vtec)
    so i am looking to boost
    i will be using a t3 turbo 42/48 and i am thinking of running 10 psi, is this safe.
    what kind of tune will be needed to run this safe?
    i am looking for 180-190 whp
    this motor has 130 hp stock.

    i am going to talk to xenocron to hook me up with a p28 ecu chipped for 10 psi of boost and all other turbo tune maps or wat ever he does

    what else is needed in tuning wise?

    i am putting in 440 injectors and i am putting a 255 lph fuel pump but what else?

    thanks guys
     
  2. igotnothin

    igotnothin New Member

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    make sure you hook up your waste gate :rolleyes:

    you might wnat to get it street tuned. xenocron can give you a good base map but like his disclamer says this is only to get you to a tunner. i would sugest getting that done.
     
  3. gettocrx

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    I agree with 10psi:thumbsup: MAX! Anything more may cause the rods to give! :mad:
    For boost maps try uberdata, neptune or crome!
     
  4. Turbo&Auto

    Turbo&Auto Nick Go FAST!!

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    The turbo you're using isnt insanely big, 10 should be fine for everyday use. 14psi at the track with some race gas and a good tune. Basemaps are to get the car to idle, from there its immediate tuning IMO :)
     
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