b16 turbo help

civic32958

Junior Member
i have a b16 w/ 9:1 pistons, and eagle rods. Wanna run 330 injectors, fuel pump, fmu , but i wanna do about 12-14 psi. i dont wanna run a stand alone. is that ok should i have bigger injectors?? etc..what would be good for that setup thanks
 

b16coupe

Senior Member
If you don't use a standalone I guess you will have to use an FMU and check valves so your map sensor will never see any positive pressure.
As for the injectors, I'm not sure but I think the 330's will be ok with the fmu.
 

92civicb18b1

The Trisexual
i dont know what turbo you're using, but 330 injectors seem kinda small.

You should definetly look into uberdata, or at bare minimun the AFC hack. I mean the FMU will work but it's defenitly not efficient.
 

pissedoffsol

RETIRED
as i said, its not happeneing.

14 psi + a 12:1 fmu = 213 psi of rail pressure.
~45 is stock on most honda cars

you're asking for problems.

you need management
 

evo8

Senior Member
Originally posted by pissedoffsol@Jan 18 2005, 11:46 PM
as i said, its not happeneing.

14 psi + a 12:1 fmu = 213 psi of rail pressure. 
~45 is stock on most honda cars

you're asking for problems.

you need management
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your so smart :D
 

Cashizslick

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Originally posted by b16coupe@Jan 18 2005, 09:30 AM
If you don't use a standalone I guess you will have to use an FMU and check valves so your map sensor will never see any positive pressure.
As for the injectors, I'm not sure but I think the 330's will be ok with the fmu.
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Running an fmu would be a total waste if he already has new internals . . .
 
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