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Yo folk this is the CRV I-VTEC Turbo charged that you haven't seen before
Here is the picture of it. That recently post about the CRV I-VTEC wiring diagram and add turbocharged is now completed...




 

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Cool.. I edited your post because the image was not showing up...

Please show us, email me a picture of the car showing the turbo :)

more pics please,

this is really cool
 

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yeah more pics homie.....i want to knw everything..waht car is it in
 

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Thank for help me modify the link i will showing the picture

I sure be posting up more picture but first i need to clean up my interior and body hehe the car is in the garage for 1 month i so dirty after clean up i will post up photo about it

First i give out some detail about my car:

Is a SUV

Car Model: Honda CRV I-VTEC Model 2003

Engine: K20A3

using a 2mm metal gasket

internal parts of engine are stock standard

used with endless 10-40 semi synthetic motor oil

engine decoration spoon style

using HKS Ball-bearing GT2530 Turbocharge with Apexi funnel filter,Sard

R2D2 BOV

Boost Controlled by Apexi AVCR

Engine management by Greddy E-manage

Gearbox 4-speed auto with final ratio filled with RedLine ATF transmission oil

Anyway my turbo is without a intercooler running on safe boost 0.4bar i looking forward for a intercooler real soon.

Want to know more you are welcome to reply at this forum


I'm from Penang Malaysia
 

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word..thats hot...it sucks yall dont get a k24....how much power are you a making??
 

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About the Power

It seem better than stock of course hehee still not fully tuned i have to let it running for awhile first then tune again ... hopefully it have the power i wanted
 
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