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Old 24-Oct-2005, 03:27 PM
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hey guys im going to be turboing my d16 over the winter and i was wondering since u guys have more experience turboing what would be your ideal setup for fuel management,i was thinking a warlbro 255 lph fuel pump .FPR,bigger dsm injectors and chipping my ecu to rub uberdata is there anything else i would ned to make it a better system???? thanks
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Old 24-Oct-2005, 05:50 PM
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you dont need the FPR. And when you get your ecu chipped get them to do the datalogging mod too.
Whats the turbo setup like?
Is the engine built for boost at all?
Sounds like you are off to a good start.
Happy boostin'
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well ill be buying a new clutch,cams,valves,valve springs,retainers,camgear,and maybe do pistons and a blockguard im not sure of what pistons would be good tho.its going to be a turbo off an audi it'll be set at 7 psi to 10 psi not sure depending on how much work i do on the block itself.
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i would concentrate more on the block than the head. Get some low compression forged pistons and forged rods. Balance the rotating assembly and new bearings. ACL hardware all around.
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so u dont think that there is a need for those head items???its not like i want to build it for crazy boost the most ill ever run is 10 psi i just want it to be safe and consistant u know
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From what i read, most people say that the d16 can handle 200hp without building the internals. So if you dont plan to make more then that, you could just leave a stock block.
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ive read thats the stock block could hold 200WHP but i really dont want to do that id rather have a bit of safety behind it,more for reliability sake u know than rather trying that that kicking myself in the *** for not building it while it was out.
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well with a built head you would prolly make over 200whp. And i wouldn't really run anything other than a stage 1 or turbo cam if you did build the head.
Is that turbo you are using a k03? If so, its a very small turbo and would run out of breath around 6500-7000rpms.
If you built the bottom end you could safely handle way more power, if you did ever want to run more than 10 psi.
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I made 213whp (10lbs boost) at Neetronics with a stock d16z6 with just dsm 450's (stock fpr, pump)tuned with Techtom . The honda Fuel pump and fpr will be fine up to around 220hp and the d series head in it's stock form is good as is, spend your money wisely and build the bottom end(rods,pistons,headstuds,gasket,blockguard). With a good tune you can run 200 whp on a stock motor all day long without any worries. I know a guy who runs 12 lbs boost with stock injectors tuned with a FMU and it's lasted him all year. I wouldn't reccomend this but it just goes to show you how reliable Honda parts can be.
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wow thats crazy numbers for a stock motor,now im completely lost as what i really NEED and what i thought i NEEDED,i think im just going to upgrade the clutch ,flywheel,dsm450 cc injectors,pistons,rods,thinner headgasket,walrbro fuel pump and call it a day lol
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See what i mean?
First of all you would want a thicker headgasket if anything. But if you are changing the pistons you can aceive your desired CR with them. And you might want to think about a little bigger injectors then DSM's.
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whoops my bad i meant to write thicker headgasket,but overall do u think my list of mods i have on there will be sufficient??
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Old 25-Oct-2005, 11:49 AM
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Originally posted by italstallion
wow thats crazy numbers for a stock motor,now im completely lost as what i really NEED and what i thought i NEEDED,i think im just going to upgrade the clutch ,flywheel,dsm450 cc injectors,pistons,rods,thinner headgasket,walrbro fuel pump and call it a day lol
Don't forget head studs(APR). You'll need these or else you COULD experience head lift due to the stock bolts stretching. Other than that your set.
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sweet thanks for all the help guys
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