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I was wondering how much boost I can safely use I was thinking of having a switch between lets say 16 psi and 21 psi, but if i can have more that would be nice. Here is the cars setup its a 93 honda civic ex. I live in southern california so summers are hot(to hot).

JDM B16 Block
84.5 mm bore
Endyne Rollerwave Wiseco Pistons
Eagle Rods
Golden Eagle Sleeved
Cometic Head Gasket

Ported B16 Cylinder Head
REV Valve Springs
REV Titanium Retainers
REV Valves
RevHard Intake Manifold
Ported GSR throttle body

Aeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator
AEM Fuel Rail
850cc injectors
Walbro 255 LPH Fuel Pump

Tokico Blues
Neuspeed Race Springs
SPC front camber Kit
H Brace
Rear upper strut bar
Front Upper strut bar
Rear lower Tie Bar
GSR rear Sway Bar
GSR rear LCA's
Prothane Mount inserts (Torque, Tranny, Rear, Drivers)
NRG Torque Dampner

Engine Management
Hondata s200b
Greddy Profec B series 1 (boost controller) with high boost switch
3 Bar Map Sensor
MSD SCI-L Ignition
Blaster SS coil and cap
NGK Race Wires
MSD 2 step (not currently hooked up)

Turbo Setup
Garret GT35 dual ball bearing turbo(Being installed blew the last one- Precision GT35 turbo .63 A/R 73 trim E housing)
3" Downpipe
RevHard Intercooler and pipes
HKS Blow Off Valve(Being installed)
Greddy Turbo Timer

Greddy Oil Pressure White face 52mm
Greddy Fuel Pressure White Face 52mm
Greddy EGT White Face 52mm
Greddy Boost White Face 52 mm
PLX M300 wideband O2

Golden Eagle Vacuum Manifold
Golden Eagle Oil Sandwich (used for gauge and turbo feed line)
Stock rear muffler still mounted

15" Integra Mesh Wheels.
Nitto 205/50/15 555R drag radials (front)
Michelin Tires in the rear (decent tread left)

5lb bottled connected to intercooler(currently being installed)

Tranny is a GSR with a LS 5th gear, also has a Competition Clutch 6 puck, sprung hub clutch. (stage 5)
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