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|29th April 2008, 00:31||#21|
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Hey that's a first & great attempt,zage also offer's a bolt-on turbo kit for the honda civic r18a engine,if you dont mind disclosing the turbo and trim size,how much boost is it running,the zage kit runs about 6 pounds of boost and deliver's about 220 bhp @ 7000 Rpm,anyways best of luck and would love to know more,cheers,happy revving..!
|29th April 2008, 00:41||#22|
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A big thank you to Team-BHP.
Thanks to Shipwreck(Gulzar) for putting up the thread and for the photos.
Well the turbo kit is combination of a bolt on and custom kit. Many things in the kit is custom made...exhaust downpipe,some of the intercooler and intake piping and few small bits here and there.Intercooler,hoses,airfilter etc
Turbo is a Gt25, using a much larger pwr intercooler.
AEM does fueling and ignition.
Currently running 6-7psi in the street.
Still pending is a larger full system exhaust, boost controller and few gauges...will happen in good time.
Performance... Its fast enough to put a smile on your face everytime you step on the gas.
Gtech pro gave a 0-100km time of 8.1 sec while mapping the AEM...my guess is it should do somewhere in the range of 7.4 seconds 0-100 once it all set.
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|29th April 2008, 01:11||#23|
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|29th April 2008, 02:40||#25|
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@cinclaturbo : great car you got there! is 6-7psi the max the stock internals can take??? if the power output is going to be 220 bhp @ 7000rpm as dragger mentioned shouldn't your 0-100 timing be closer to 7 secs?
i really like what you've done with the car. looks good!~
@djpaw - which full-blown muscle car do you drive mr.disc jockey animal foot??
@alias - waddya got there bro??
|29th April 2008, 13:34||#27|
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Congrats on your turbo build Cincla. Perfect recipe for a car that already looks killer. Tell us more about how iVTEC has been tuned/configured to work.
OT: Cincla, could you please start a new thread about your bobby's dolly? Have seen it many a time in hillclimbs and drags in Bangalore. But never got a close look at it nor do I know the detailed tech-specs.
|29th April 2008, 14:08||#28|
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Looks like Gullu is really working hard on his writing skills. Sharan, thats a fab job as usual. Hopefully, I'll get to see the beauty in some action. Btw, how about a track session once your done with the car setup completely?
|29th April 2008, 14:28||#30|
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Awesome, finally a Civic turbo in India.
Give us more info... lots of it...
What fuel are you using ?
what RPM range is it setup for ?
How much did it cost?
I believe there should be a way to retain catalytic converter. At least for the environment
Flipsyde - he did mention 7.4 secs expected after tuning. Moreover this is on Indian Civic which is 10 hp less than the US R18A version to begin with. You would hit about 200 BHP at crank at max.
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