b18c turbo?

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blkandyellow94

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hey guys, i'm new to honda's, had a mustang before i got a civic. i'm wanting to boost my little hatch and was wondering if you could help me. Now bare with me, i know it's an ebay turbo, but one of my buddies put this brand of turbo on an sr20 and it was great.
GODSPEED B16 B18 B-SERIES T3T4 FULL COMPLETE TURBO KIT - eBay (item 120673556878 end time Feb-17-11 14:19:05 PST)
i was just wondering if you could give me some feedback about it, what injectors and fuel pump i would need, and if i would have to change the MAF sensor. thanks:D
 

BoosteDa

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Try google. Many have asked the same question as you. Heres a link to get you started though...and all of the questions you're asking will depend on how much power you're trying to produce...
 

Matts96HB

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i vote no on the ebay setup, it just isn't worth the risk. but to each his own.

as far as a fuel pump, a walbro 255lph is pretty standard for ~500whp and lower builds. injectors depend on your power goal, and the MAF sensor i am honestly not sure on.
 

SlushboxTeggy

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That thing looks like a hell of a deal, even has a waste gate dump. Looks too good to be good, if you get what I'm saying.
 

blkandyellow94

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well, my car is my dd, so i'm not wanting stupid power, just wanting to run maybe 8-10 psi. i was thinking maybe 750cc injectors? but as to the ebay kit; i was thinking of just buying the piping and stuff from there and maybe getting a different turbo and intercooler? open to any suggestions. thanks guys
 

95b16coupe

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750cc injectors is wayyyy too big. no need for that. odds are, your stock injectors will be fine.
 

Fernpatch

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I have never seen a b series honda that uses a MAF sensor. Honda uses a MAP sensor along with a few others to calculate the air entering the engine. To be on the safe side I would go with a walbro 255 fuel pump and a set of 450-500 cc injectors. Blue top dsm injectors are a cheap upgrade and are 450cc's. What ever turbo you end up using don't forget about the computer. Get a good tune as soon as you put the kit on the car.
 

blkandyellow94

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I have never seen a b series honda that uses a MAF sensor. Honda uses a MAP sensor along with a few others to calculate the air entering the engine. To be on the safe side I would go with a walbro 255 fuel pump and a set of 450-500 cc injectors. Blue top dsm injectors are a cheap upgrade and are 450cc's. What ever turbo you end up using don't forget about the computer. Get a good tune as soon as you put the kit on the car.

i got someone to do the tune, he's damn good with honda's. I found the fuel pump, can't find the injectors, anyone have a link? any information about the MAP sensors would be helpful, never heard anything about them.
 

hondafreak513

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I got a set of the Black Top DSM injectors for sale the just need new o-rings and filters... I will let them go for $50 the parts for it should only be around 20-30 bucks from a dealership..
 

Matts96HB

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i got someone to do the tune, he's damn good with honda's. I found the fuel pump, can't find the injectors, anyone have a link? any information about the MAP sensors would be helpful, never heard anything about them.

the stock MAP sensor will read anything below ~11psi before it freaks out, anything above that will require the use of an aftermarket/replacement sensor. most go with a GM 3 bar.
 
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