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Ok, swap i have done few years ago and life happened and left the car N/A but now it's time to get this baby done and need help
getting it setup for turbo, this is what i have done with the engine

Wiseco 86mm Flat Top Pistons 9.8:1 Comp. Ratio K631M86
Eagle Forged H Beam Rods CRS5470K3D
Hondata v3
Skunk2 Parts
Pro Valvesprings 311-05-5380
Titanium retainers 308-05-0410
Dual Coil Spring Bases 312-05-0010
Used rsx axles for 4 bolt setup but will remove all that and go with 5 bolt and upgraded axles.

Now things that I am in need of buying
Clutch upgrade
Limited slip differential
Turbo and all parts needed
Exhaust manifold, ill have to do custom exhaust piping to the back.
Not sure but thinking to sleeve the block, it's expensive but don't want to crack the block or be restricted on how much boost to have.

Any input will be greatly appreciated, my budged my guess will be 8 to 10k to finish the project.
 

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All parts on the way to relocate battery to the trunk, create more room in front.
 

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Motor is out, time to strip this baby



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What exhaust Header and Intake Manifold are you guys running with your Turbo setup?
Was looking at Skunk2 Pro Series manifold to match with Pro Series throttle body.
 

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Couple parts to relocate battery and crimping hydraulic tool for 0 Gauge wiring are here and i am redoing the harness to the hondata





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I found this kit, looks good its from CXRacing
They want $2500 for it

Manifold:
Sidewinder Design, Perfect Fitment, No Cut or Removal of Stock Parts.
CNC Cut Flange.
Heavy Duty 11 Gauge Thick Wall Elbows Welded, 1.75" OD Tube Runner.
T3 Turbo and 38mm Wastegate Flanges.
Bolt On Fitment for Big Turbo like GT35.

Downpipe:
3" VBand Stainless Steel Pipe
Wastegate Dump Tube
Three O2 Sensor Flanges, Easier for Tuning

GT35 Dual Ball Bearing Turbo and Wastegate:
4" Air Inlet, 2.5" Compressed Air Outlet
Standard T3 Turbine Housing Flange
4-bolt Exhaust Outlet , 3" OD
Dual Ball Bearing, Oil and Water Cooled
6-25 PSI Working Pressure
.70 A/R Compressor, .63 A/R Turbine
61.3 /82 mm Compressor Wheel
62 /67.8 mm Turbine Wheel

Intercooler Kit:
Bar and Plate Core Size: 19"X11.25"X3"
2.5" Inlet and Outlet
2.5" Hotside and 2.75" Cold Side Piping kit with Silicon Hoses and BOV

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Don't want to do a real nice NA project? Mmmmhhhh...ok :)

Wiseco 86mm Flat Top Pistons 9.8:1 Comp. Ratio K631M86
On which fuel?

Pro Valvesprings...Titanium retainers
What cams you want to put in?.

Turbo and all parts needed
What are your requirements on the torque/power curve?

Not sure but thinking to sleeve the block, it's expensive but don't want to crack the block or be restricted on how much boost to have.
Depends on your application, performance goals and what you think about durability demand under the application.
 

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Heheh, ok well i went with not a kit crap, instead i started buying single parts that i liked, Garrett gtx3076r is on its way already, blox sidewinder is on its way as well, got my 90mm throttle body from skunk2 yesterday, ordered skunk2 race intake manifold that has 90mm inlet but asshole on ebay canceled my order after 6 days most likely did not have it in stock, car going in for full roll cage next week so ill have time to work on engine, ohh k-tuned race tucked harnes on its way, k-tuned race Shifter cable on its way lol, k-tuned power steering relocation kit on its way and fuel kit from them as well, and goin just pump fuel the highest i can fine i think 93.


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Don't want to do a real nice NA project? Mmmmhhhh...ok :)

On which fuel?

What cams you want to put in?.

What are your requirements on the torque/power curve?

Depends on your application, performance goals and what you think about durability demand under the application.
Ok now on power, going after 600whp max unless i turn around and do full sleeves on my block, about the cams i have not even gotten that far, skun2 has a lot of them but have not done my research on them yet, will rebuild my trani, get her limited slip and replace all the bearings and synchros and see to upgrade 1 to 4 gears as they will see the most abuse, i have my own build here you should fallow it, will be epic.
 

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Regular fuel from pump 93 or what ever the highest we can get around here.


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Regular fuel from pump 93 or what ever the highest we can get around here.
With 93 octane the 600 whp goal would be difficult. My advance calculation of the knock margin says roughly 8° ign. timing are possible at 21 psi, which is necessary to get the air for 600 whp in the chambers. But with 8° ign. timing you want have the combustion efficiency to make it. You should think about a meth-water-kit or best would be E85.

Injector size with pump fuel is at least 1000 [email protected] psi, for any other fuel you need the flow capacity accordingly the stoichiometric air-fuel-mass-relation.
 

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I am staying away from E85, i have seen crappier setups and crap ebay turbos make 550 plus on dyno, once it’s all setup will see what she will give me.


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