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Old 09-08-2005, 10:58 PM
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Hey guys my goal for my motor is 200 wheel hp and what am i going to have to do to do it and i wan't to keep it naturaly asperated and engine life is an issue. Or what will it take to get my civic in to the high 14 second range
 
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Old 09-08-2005, 11:05 PM
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A million dollars.

Seriously though, 200Hp on a N/A D is gonna be, umm... tough. I don't think you could do it without spending more than you would for a swap and getting it to 200. But I know you want to rock the D.

High 14's you could do though. Z6forilla is running 14.6 and he is N/A. Read his D vs B thread.
 
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Old 09-08-2005, 11:16 PM
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ok then what kind of swap could i get and i just don't want to tare in to my bottom end
 
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Dont wanna tear into bottom end? Ok easy. ARP Headstuds and a thicker Headgasket to lower compression. Turbo @ 8PSI.......ull be in the 13's for the quarter mile. Car will be fine.
 
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ORIGINAL: pcupo12
ARP Headstuds and a thicker Headgasket to lower compression. Turbo @ 8PSI.......ull be in the 13's for the quarter mile.
Now that's really helping brokenarmboy out......and I thought brokenarmboy said something like

ORIGINAL: brokenarmboy19
i wan't to keep it naturaly asperated and engine life is an issue.
 
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Ok, if you are really serious about it- what kind of budget are we working with?

We can get you into the 14's with no bottom end.
 
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Old 09-10-2005, 12:23 AM
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I can get you into 14's with all stock honda d series parts and stay N/A while being daily driven
 
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Old 09-10-2005, 12:38 AM
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ORIGINAL: ngoti8tor

ORIGINAL: pcupo12
ARP Headstuds and a thicker Headgasket to lower compression. Turbo @ 8PSI.......ull be in the 13's for the quarter mile.
Now that's really helping brokenarmboy out......and I thought brokenarmboy said something like

ORIGINAL: brokenarmboy19
i wan't to keep it naturaly asperated and engine life is an issue.

lol yea i read the quote. If u do what i just said youd be in the 13s........and run 6PSI on the street. U will not have any reliabilty issues.. He seems as if he doesnt wanna boost cuz he thinks it just KILLS ur motor.........i was simply saying that boost isnt all that bad of an idea.
 
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actually, once you get to the point that to make your power goal NA, that you have to raise the redline, it hurts reliability a lot. even more than properly set up FI. the extra stress on the rods from spinning faster is a lot more destructive than the extra compression force placed on them by FI.
 
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ORIGINAL: ngoti8tor

ORIGINAL: pcupo12
ARP Headstuds and a thicker Headgasket to lower compression. Turbo @ 8PSI.......ull be in the 13's for the quarter mile.
Now that's really helping brokenarmboy out......and I thought brokenarmboy said something like

ORIGINAL: brokenarmboy19
i wan't to keep it naturaly asperated and engine life is an issue.
see the problem is its gunna be real tough to get into the 14s with out an engine swap, bottom end, and N/A.
 

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