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Post by adx1 » 02 Jan 2009, 12:49 am

i was just confuseedd today i was at gragon mart an a turbo for 900 dhs i was like wtf
btw how do i fix a turboo on my car i got a accord 96 is it possible or not
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Post by Tamu » 02 Jan 2009, 12:58 am

you will need:

-turbo
-intercooler + lower and upper pipping
-turbo manifold
- 02 housing
- exhaust system
- intake
- injectors
- fuel pump
- ECU
- lots of money because your accord is not made to be boosted ....and will break done

stay away from boosting Honda's that are made to be economical..Instead boost Honda's that are made to be raced -like all the B-series engines etc etc.
Dont get me wrong I am sure there is a way to boost your accord - but I doubt it will last long...
why dont you just buy a piece of shit RHD JDM civic/integra and put a small turbo on it (nothing fancy, just small). And then take it to the track ....
Im so JDM my blood type is "Type-R"..
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Post by Neo » 02 Jan 2009, 11:12 am

Yeah you are right, there are turbos available for 900 bucks in dragon mart.
But like tamu said there is lot more to building a kit than just a turbo.

Also the quality will be poor and this will definitely break the engine if the boost doesn't.
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Post by RasHooD » 02 Jan 2009, 1:03 pm

internals are not to be forgotten!

if im not mistaken the '96 accord has a piece of shit single cam f22 motor? which without any boosted assistance tends to give way to crank/connecting rods/pistons/valves etc so i cant imagine how it would be with around 10 PSI!

and those Chinese turbo's are, well...

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Post by Neo » 02 Jan 2009, 1:42 pm

I know nothing about an accord motor....
But i know slapping on a turbo is no easy job.



Well I dont have anything against chinese products becoz i believe even the well branded turbos must be made in china but with stringent Quality control and track proven R&D
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Post by RasHooD » 02 Jan 2009, 3:12 pm

^agree...

slapping on turbos/SC general FI or N2O is considerably easy but making sure the motor wouldn't blow is no easy task...
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Post by zeez06 » 31 Jan 2009, 12:55 pm

RasHooD wrote:internals are not to be forgotten!

if im not mistaken the '96 accord has a piece of shit single cam f22 motor? which without any boosted assistance tends to give way to crank/connecting rods/pistons/valves etc so i cant imagine how it would be with around 10 PSI!

and those Chinese turbo's are, well...

Chinese
Well Rashood i would have to disseagree with you on that one, single cams I think is one donkey of an engine, I had countless friends that had them turboed and ran them for over 6 months at 10psi with no problems. The only one’s that blew them ran 16psi or over and this was due to constent abuse. I personally have had over 20 swaps in the past 5 years from d series to k series never the less even in my z here in dubai lol. I think with all these motors that i have blown were due to constent abuse and bad tune.
I know i know u will be like dude you shouldnt be talkin after blowin all these engins but trust me when i mean abuse i mean 5-10 races per night.

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Post by zeez06 » 31 Jan 2009, 1:05 pm

http://videos.streetfire.net/video/Turb ... _62161.htm

i found this vid of my buddies semi built h22 on low boost (back in the days)

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Post by RasHooD » 02 Feb 2009, 1:36 am

not really, i agree single cams have quite some potential when boosted, but the tendency to take the risk and always abuse is too high which makes it 100% certain that a blow is on the way...

usually the civic d series is better suited to low boost...

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Post by cutedanishbhai » 16 Apr 2009, 3:24 pm

thanks man i learnt alot frm this...

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Post by ekU » 16 Apr 2009, 6:17 pm

zeez06 wrote:
RasHooD wrote:internals are not to be forgotten!

if im not mistaken the '96 accord has a piece of shit single cam f22 motor? which without any boosted assistance tends to give way to crank/connecting rods/pistons/valves etc so i cant imagine how it would be with around 10 PSI!

and those Chinese turbo's are, well...

Chinese
Well Rashood i would have to disseagree with you on that one, single cams I think is one donkey of an engine, I had countless friends that had them turboed and ran them for over 6 months at 10psi with no problems. The only one’s that blew them ran 16psi or over and this was due to constent abuse. I personally have had over 20 swaps in the past 5 years from d series to k series never the less even in my z here in dubai lol. I think with all these motors that i have blown were due to constent abuse and bad tune.
I know i know u will be like dude you shouldnt be talkin after blowin all these engins but trust me when i mean abuse i mean 5-10 races per night.

u sweaped a honda motor in 350Z. how was it???
evn i will be doing a swap 1nce this recesion is over, and also there is other possibilties that i may sell my z and go for a 90's street fighter
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Post by denver » 29 Apr 2010, 6:51 pm

toyota supra twin turbo. beautiful ride n got power

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Post by osamaoj » 11 Oct 2011, 8:40 pm

nice info on the Turbo kit's i was looking for some to explain just the Way u did ahaheheh
will i got my explain abut turbo
hey i wana ask turbo will work grr88 on caprice 04-06 bcoz i was having caprice 01 but heating 8 other Prblems got me to sell soo i am buying caprice 04-6 SS soo will turbo sitt on it will or have some problem in the engine & some spces of turbo will work perfects on caprice & if i install in Caprice Turbo kit'as can i install that same on another car like 2J hmmm
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