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I gotta rsx type s comin my way and i gotta motor 2 rebuild.. personal opinions on all motor Vs forced induction? cost- pros and cons

frankenstein build or supercharged?

keep in mind threw a rod and no longer runs. . :down:
 

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search. sorry to sound like an a$$ but theres soo many threads already. and wut info you need to give first and for most is not given.
 

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Just my personal opinion, but I dont think 300-350 N/A in any swappped Honda should be anyone's DD.
 

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I think that 300+ can be had on a daily driveable setup. My build is only using 12:1 compression (which is very daily driveable) and I should be reaching 330+ mark on churchs. So I think you could achieve it with daily driven in mind.

I think most of the guys are talking that 300+ may not be ideal for the steet when it comes to traction. What's the point in having the power if you can't use it.

What you need to do is research. I talked to many builders plus looked here TONS to find a way to make my build have useable power where I wanted it.
 

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i got 5 to 7 gs to work with and a motor that stoped running kuz she was runnin it on a thrown rod shit died... i want a k20 that will last a few yrs but take a beatin n do sum serious ass haulin
 

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For what it's worth, na 300-350 is goig to be hella expensive. And to make sure it is reliable you need to spend extra money on coatings, etc.

In this case, I think 350 on a super charged setup or turbo would be much cheaper and reliable. You won't need much boost at all to achieve that goal.
 
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