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Old 4th April 2008, 19:03   #16
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Car: 89 CRX si

My Setup: (Mini-me setup)
D16Z6 Head (Vtec)
D16A6 Block (non-vtec bottom end)

Head:
Skunk2 cam
Skunk2 Valve Springs and Retainers
Skunk2 Stainless Steel Valves


Bottom:
Stock Sleeves.
Arias pistons
Eagle Rods

Fuel:
RC 550 injectors
AEM Fuel Rail
BM fuel regulator
MSD External inline fuel pump
100 octane


Electronic:
Hondata S200
Convert from OBD0 to OBD1
MSD Blaster SS coil
MSD 6a
Greddy booster controller

Turbo:
Spoolin Performance Log manifold
DTR (Six Sigma Racing) 3” downpipe
Garrett T3/T4 turbo 60 Trim .63ar

Archerdyal is working with me on couple of projects. Next project will be street class 2000 Civic Si making over 850hp, that all depend if my buddie (the owner of the car) gets enough funds to finish the car.

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Old 4th April 2008, 19:19   #17
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Sounds neat, but I'm not sure if the stock ZC sleeves would be able to handle 20 pounds of boost. You might wanna look into that.
stock sleeve can handle 20psi with no problem.
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The list looks impressive, and am assuming that you are looking at 8.7:1 to 9:1 comp pistons (based on the 100 octane that you have mentioned) also would re look to increasing the size of the injectors a bit if you are targeting over 20 PSI. Look forward to the build do put up pics of the progress if possible.
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The list looks impressive, and am assuming that you are looking at 8.7:1 to 9:1 comp pistons (based on the 100 octane that you have mentioned) also would re look to increasing the size of the injectors a bit if you are targeting over 20 PSI. Look forward to the build do put up pics of the progress if possible.
We going to run 9:1 pistons and 550 injectors are good up to 450 to 500hp range. I have done few cars that made 500hp with 550 but it's taking to the limit.
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stock sleeve can handle 20psi with no problem.
planning on block guard? (don't really like it cuz of cooling issues)
posting the block??
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We going to run 9:1 pistons and 550 injectors are good up to 450 to 500hp range. I have done few cars that made 500hp with 550 but it's taking to the limit.
At what fuel pressure? Like 70-90 psi?
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At what fuel pressure? Like 70-90 psi?
Under boost it should be around 60 to 70psi....

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planning on block guard? (don't really like it cuz of cooling issues)
posting the block??
No block guard. One of the reason is cooling issues. If it was machined just for my block then i would have done it. I seen guys have more problems with block guards then not having one.

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Under boost it should be around 60 to 70psi....
Any specific reason for such high fuel pressure? won't it put stress on injectors?
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Any specific reason for such high fuel pressure? won't it put stress on injectors?
no problem at all, because RC injector stress test up to 110psi.
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This is the other project i been working on it's 99 Honda Civic Si. Couple of years ago we made 700hp at the wheels. With the new setup and using the best turbo on the market we should make close to 850hp at the wheels. We are using Full-race.com top
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This is the other project i been working on it's 99 Honda Civic Si. Couple of years ago we made 700hp at the wheels. With the new setup and using the best turbo on the market we should make close to 850hp at the wheels. We are using Full-race.com top
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I just started working on my friend car again. It's 99 Honda Civic Si. Couple of years ago we made 700hp at the wheels. With the new setup and using the best turbo on the market we should make close to 850hp at the wheels. We are using Full-race.com top mount turbo manifold, and garret GT42R turbo, with 4" downpipe and exhaust. We are using parts from three different Honda B series motors. Pistons been coated to handle high heat. A lot of custom done on the head and motor too lazy to post it now.. u can ask about me it if u like… This car made the magazine, we left the sponsor because they lie to the magazine they build the car, Sponsor took all of my work at said they did it.

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Wonderful work there 1 fstndn! That's some serious stuff for drags! Best of luck with your upcoming builds!

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Wonderful work there 1 fstndn! That's some serious stuff for drags! Best of luck with your upcoming builds!
Thank you, I hoping to finish this project with civic soon. Right now my friends is low on funds so is waiting game for now.
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Nice pics Nirmal.

See if you can help our fellow Punjabi Archer with his build. I know you've been there and done it all.

P.S.>> Kid looks cute. You still building that small car for him? ;-)
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Nice pics Nirmal.

See if you can help our fellow Punjabi Archer with his build. I know you've been there and done it all.

P.S.>> Kid looks cute. You still building that small car for him? ;-)
Thank you sir... I am think about building him Jr. Dragster, but i got to wait until he is 6 years old.. What's Archer building?
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