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Old 04-16-2009, 10:46 AM   #1
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built NA motor compatible with DIY Trubo kit???

Hi Tom

This is Johannes from Canada. In case you forgot I am the guy who split a head with Nitrous . I had a motor built by you about 4 month ago. I told you I was using it mainly NA with some nitrous in the future.
Now I am thinking about your DIY kit. So I am wondering if I could still run boost on the motor, looking for around 300 - 350ish hp.
Also if you had specs on the motor, I always wanted to ask you about stuff like compression ratio, and other stuff u changed from stock specs.

Johannes

Oh and I am at 1800km on the motor, runs like a champ, thanks again for the great work. And i made my first kill, I beat my buddies integra type R (200whp) in a second gear pull, and he blew his motor doing it . So now hes rebuilding it stronger so I need a turbo .


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Old 04-16-2009, 01:52 PM   #2
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Yes you could run a turbo on that engine with no issues , about 300 to 320 will be the limit before having to think about a return fuel system

I dont have the specs here where I am at , I hope I still even have them

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Old 04-16-2009, 03:40 PM   #3
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I know it has been a while and i meant to ask u about the specs a while back but it slipped my mind. Anyway it would be nice if u could give me the specs when u can, just curious.

Also, I would have no trouble running 300 hp all day long at the track with ur kit and stock (upgraded to 03-04) fuel pump, and Siemens dekas?
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That is correct , that being said a GOOD tune will be the key to engine life

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In the threat about your DIY kit, I read that you remote tune. How would that work??
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You load the turbo tune I send and do some logs and email me the logs , then i look them over and send you another tune and we do that till you have a safe FI tune , I charge 550.00 to do this

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ok, so I wouldn't need to go to a dyno, with the remote tuning?

Also would it be better if I just came down to ur dyno, and you tune it there??

And one more question, Is there a faster spooling turbo, that produces less power?
I would be satisfied with around 280 - 300 at the wheel but would like to have it spool up at around 2500rpm??
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