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    Default Fuel for turbo

    This isnt my first time throwing a turbo on a car but it is the first time messing with a honda. When I turbo chearged my 99 neon all I had to do was upgrade to a warlboro fuel pump get a base regulator, a begi 1:1 regulator, and run a return line and start tuning. Can I do the same setup with my teg? Or would it be cheaper to get like a hondata ecu?
    95 Integra GSR w/ H22 Swap 5spd
    Short Ram Intake & AEM Filter
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    Tanabe Exhaust
    18" Concept Five wheels
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    Are you going to be tuning yourself?

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    Yes I will be tuning myself. The neon I just used a AEM wideband and roughed it in. Theres really nowhere for dyno tuning where im located. Nor do I know anyone within 150 miles that tunes hondas.
    95 Integra GSR w/ H22 Swap 5spd
    Short Ram Intake & AEM Filter
    HotShot Header
    Tanabe Exhaust
    18" Concept Five wheels
    P13 Skunk2 Chipped & Tuned ECU

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    Begi SFMU are the best FMU in my opinion. But they have sky rocketed in price these last couple years. Probably because people found out how user friendly and accurate they are. Hondata is that much better if you want to fork out a little more change. You have so much more option than just fuel adjustments. If your looking for large increases in power, larger injectors, wally 255. You don't need a after-market regulator for Hondata, 34-35psi of fuel pressure is fine for static and Hondas are 1:1 regulators. Not too many people know about Bell Engineering's SFMU, they are truly a work of art, nice choice on the Neon

    92 HONDA CIVIC EX (EH9) D16Z6 Vitara build and stuffing boost down her throat!!

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    a 450 pump and deka 80s will probably be maxed right about your goal on pump 92 . BUT if you think you will want more build the fuel system for more now 2 450s and 210 injectors will support your goal on e85 and have room for more. I myself am looking at a little john motorsportsLJMS stage 2 turbo cam. I am only giving advice on the research ive done. I am by no means any kind of expert. hope this helpsEdited June 7, 2018 by wantaSSS

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    Default Kann sein

    Between us speaking, I recommend to look for the answer to your question in google.com
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    Default Kann sein

    I am sorry, that has interfered... This situation is familiar To me. Write here or in PM.
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    How do I move a thread to a different topic?
    hi all

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    every turbo kit, i have found is not for the cvt. can someone throw me a link to one i can put on my car? 08 lancer ES cvt i really do to post up to date pic

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    Hey guys so I have a couple of questions first off what Would I need to turbo my 86 Celica. what do I need for engine management and also what do I get for the turbo kit.i saw couple of them on ebay but I'm not too sure or should I just get a engine with a turbo and just swap it in with my tranny also how much work would that be to install the harness on to my car are they different

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    i dont think id ever turbo my car, i love my lancer, but if i were to bost id get something that already reasonably quick. but if you do end up doing it good look bro

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    that means getting a different turbo and other things I guess... maybe toyota has a new one laying around, but I'll see/ask them when it's broken

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    How do you solve oil and watercooling Connections to the turbo? Pictures would be nice.
    This would be he most difficult to solve if there isnt a ready solution IMO.

    g1_teg_lover

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    if you whord parts and get lucky like i do you can get sum good parts really cheap and build your own turbo kit. and if you havent found out what the best rings for weisco pistons are i can ask my friend who works there...i good thing about livin in cleveland

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    Jon is there any way I could throw a turbo setup on my 323 for around 2500? I was thinking to piece together a cheap kit myself but not sure how much labor and tuning would cost. Do i even need tuning if i wanna run 7psi?

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