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Old 14th February 2009, 10:50   #46
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Sounds like a phenomenal build. Kudos to you for the achievement.




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Old 14th February 2009, 11:11   #47
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From the looks of the dyno graph the car has 2 distinct driving characteristics.

Below 5500rpm it is a very linear curve with the car putting out around 150bhp. This would indicate that in the city the car should be just like a stock V-tec engine with a little more grunt.

After 5500rpm all hell breaks loose. I'm guessing the turbo kicks in around there and then the Vtec kicks in. Since the car redlines at 9300rpm, the real performance is from 5500rpm to 9300rpm. This shows on the graph with the sudden steep curve adding another 200bhp from 5500rpm to 8300rpm.
Very well Put up viddy.

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Some Pertinent Questions?

1. What kind of strengthening have you done to the drive line?
2. Same as above to the chassis?
Entire chassis has been beefed up & installed with custom 6061 T6 Billet Aluminum Engine Mounts with Polyurethane rubber.

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3. How street able is the machine in stop-go traffic...at what psi?
Have a read at viddy's post he has explained it wonderfully. it runs as N.A with bit more grunt.

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5. Suspension components upgrade?
New Aftermarket setup coming up soon will update ya.

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6. What will you be doing to prevent wheel-hop?
There's no wheel Hop the mounts take care of it, the only thing i need now is some good suspension setup.

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4. You have to be running 2 completely different levels of tune...as a daily driver....
Nooo.i am running my car in part throttle closed loop operations & i get FE of a stock Vtec, The car was designed to be a drag car with street friendly & the maximum boost which i will run will be tuned on 97 octane fuel which is available in mumbai, I am doing some small changes in setup & tune by which i will get more power from same boost at 17 psi but by using 93 octane fuel.there will be only 1 separate map for Drag purpose running 22 psi on 97 octane fuel.
i want to make the power with the indian fuel which is available at local pump not on race gas & all that without compromising on reliability.

It gives me lot of flexibility too, in city stop & go traffic & crusing, the engine RPM is usually <5000 rpm so it runs as N.A & at 5000 rpm it is making 130 whp with lot of low end grunt. the boost builds after 5000 rpm. so its easy on driving.

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is this even possible...for long drives?
I can drive down to banglore do a 1/4 mile run & come back to mumbai, the only hitch is the fuel should not be adulterated on the way during refill.
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Old 14th February 2009, 11:11   #48
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Very nice!

Can you share some more details on the car, both stock and upgraded?
Simple stuff like displacement, stock compression and maybe even post up the AFR?

I assume you went with forged internals, and perhaps a fullt built motor?
Are you using a wideband to tune, and what are you using for engine management?

Sooo.. any plans for say a 100 shot in there?
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Old 14th February 2009, 11:26   #49
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congrats Jitu Bhai. i am sure you are having a ball of a time with the ride. have fun, drive safe and wear your seat belts.
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Old 14th February 2009, 11:34   #50
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And then all hell broke loose!


Felony in most countries and almost got KS arrested!


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Old 14th February 2009, 11:36   #51
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WOW!!
This is just like a car I would like to own.
It looks simple,can be daily-driven anywhere and when you feel to go fast you have the power too. Great work.
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Very nice!

Can you share some more details on the car, both stock and upgraded?
Simple stuff like displacement, stock compression and maybe even post up the AFR?

I assume you went with forged internals, and perhaps a fullt built motor?
Are you using a wideband to tune, and what are you using for engine management?

Sooo.. any plans for say a 100 shot in there?
Stock was JDM B16A Engine.
Fully Build & Blueprinted Block with Darton MID Sleeves
1.74 L B16A, CP' 9.7 c.r B20 vtec Forged pistons, effective 8.7 static c.r on a b16 with 77mm stroke, Manley Rods,OEM crank,OEM gasket,fully upgraded valve train components, Edelbrock IM,RC750CC, Garrett GT35r turbo,PLx devices Wideband integrated with Hondata S300.

No need for NOs, should cross 400-430 WHP once i upgrade the fueling, some more fine tuning & bit more boost.
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Old 14th February 2009, 11:57   #53
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The beast:
1st ever Dyno Graph of my Turbocharged Hybrid OHC (320+ WHP!)-100_1195.jpg

The tooner:
1st ever Dyno Graph of my Turbocharged Hybrid OHC (320+ WHP!)-100_1200.jpg

Ground zero:
1st ever Dyno Graph of my Turbocharged Hybrid OHC (320+ WHP!)-100_1182.jpg

Hooking it down:
1st ever Dyno Graph of my Turbocharged Hybrid OHC (320+ WHP!)-100_1197.jpg
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Old 14th February 2009, 12:30   #54
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400 BHP AT CRANK??? that is huge.
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Old 14th February 2009, 12:51   #55
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Its keeps getting better and better. We all can learn a bit about hard work and dedication paying off..from your build. Congrats Jitu!
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Old 14th February 2009, 13:02   #56
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Congrats Jitu!

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but how does the graph showing the decrease but the output is still higher

i mean you saying 350+at 9250rpm then after 8200 rpm how it can show decrease in dyno run

i am not a geek just a query ,i need knowledge on it
Like Jitu said earlier, it's because the Dyno was only recording figures till 8250 rpm. Once it's been upscaled to record figures till 9500 rpm, it'll show more power.

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One question though - How the hell do you steer if 350 WHP is directed to the front wheels?
As the second person to drive it after Jitu, I can tell you, when boost hits at 5500 rpm (regardless of the gear you are in) you just hold on for dear life! And pray that the empty stretch of road you're on, remains empty!

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What tires are keeping this beast on road?
Nothing special....yet. Right now running on Maxxis's actually Jitu, get the Neova's soon man!

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3. How streetable is the machine in stop-go traffic...at what psi?
Not too bad, apart from the heavy clutch (stage 4) you can potter around in it without an issue. The loud exhaust might be a worry for some people though.

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6. What will you be doing to prevent wheel-hop?
There is no wheel hop.

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Below 5500rpm it is a very linear curve with the car putting out around 150bhp. This would indicate that in the city the car should be just like a stock V-tec engine with a little more grunt.

After 5500rpm all hell breaks loose. I'm guessing the turbo kicks in around there and then the Vtec kicks in. Since the car redlines at 9300rpm, the real performance is from 5500rpm to 9300rpm. This shows on the graph with the sudden steep curve adding another 200bhp from 5500rpm to 8300rpm.
Bingo Viddy! That's a good description of what the driving experience is like! I wonder how you got this description????

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400 BHP AT CRANK??? that is huge.
So what will 400 bhp at the wheels be Dan?

Actually, I have a couple of videos showing what the driving experience is like which were taken when me & Iceman91 had driven the car in Bombay. At that time I believe she was only running around 10 psi!

Unfortunately, the language in those videos is not really appropriate for this forum (As you can expect with me in the car!) so if anyone wants to see them PM me & I'll upload them to youtube.

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Old 14th February 2009, 13:06   #57
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MAXXIS!!! OMG. And you were telling me to change tires when i have only a 115 WHP in my civic
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Awesome!!!

Still no explanation on why the term "Hybrid" in the title.
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Still no explanation on why the term "Hybrid" in the title.
It's a commonly used term when one car has an engine which was never offered in it. In other words, an engine from the Civic being plonked into the City is referred to as a Hybrid or a Hybrid Swap to be specific.
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350 ? My Verna is 1500!

Congratulations jitu! May you achieve everything you ever dreamed of.
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