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96 Honda civic hb monster build

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Old 01-05-2009, 10:18 AM
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I'm building a really nice motor and I would like your guys opinion on it.I would like to know if it's a good build or acouple thing's I can do different

1996 Honda Civic Cx Midori Green
Innovative Engine Mounts
99-00 Si Rear mount and throttle cable
Energy Suspension Urethane Shifter Linkage bushings
Short Shifter
Acura Integra LS B18B Engine Swap
Head: Skunk2 Pro Cam Gears, Skunk2 Pro Intake Manifold, Precision 1000cc Injectors
Block: Eagle Rods w/ ARP2000 Rod Bolts, Cp .20 over 9:1 Compression Pistons, Cp Rings, ARP Head Studs and Main Studs, Golden Eagle Block Gaurd, Cometic Head Gasket, OEM Parts: Honda Bearings. Gsr Timing Belt, Type R Oil Pump, Vtec Water Pump, Oem Honda Bottom End Gasket Kit, PCV System removed, OEM Honda fittings installed for Crank Case Ventilation.
Exedy Xxtreme Pressure Plate, 6 Puck Sprung Hub
OBX LSD in tranny, all new bearings and shims
AGX Struts, Skunk2 Lowering Springs
Walbro 255lph fuel pump
Obd1 converted, chipped and tuned P28 with Crome Pro
Gm 3 Bar Map Sensor
3" Exhaust and Downpipe HKS Muffler
Autometer Boost and Oil Pressure Gauges
Turbo Kit:
Arizona Forced Induction Ram Horn Manifold
Garrett T3/T4 60 Trim .82 Ar Turbo
Tial Wastegate and Blow Off Valve
Forge Boost Controller
32x12x3 Front Mount Intercooler
new mugen steering wheel
new jdm performance airbag tray

What do you guys think? I have a buddy that has almost the same setup and runs 11.3 at 132 with a differesnt turbo set up
 
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Old 01-05-2009, 12:05 PM
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I was thinking of going with a b18 vtec head and was wondering if it would make more power with my setup
 
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:50 PM
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i like pics post some up...
 
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Old 01-05-2009, 10:42 PM
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I would go with the B18C from the Type R Integra... here are some specs
Power: 201 hp (150 kW) @ 8000 rpm
Rev-limit: 8,700 rpm
134 ftlbf (182 Nm) @ 7300 rpm
Transmission Type: 5-speed standard with LSD

Opposed to your B18B which would only get 130-142 depending on which one.

Wish i had you kind of budget (too bad im only 17!)

Sounds like my dream set up!
 
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Old 01-06-2009, 12:39 PM
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Sounds good, the only thing I would add is a wideband O2 sensor and gauge, such as the AEM UEGO. With that nice of a setup, I would definitely want to know the A/F at any given time.
 
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Old 01-06-2009, 02:30 PM
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Originally Posted by alejo97Cx View Post
I would go with the B18C from the Type R Integra... here are some specs
Power: 201 hp (150 kW) @ 8000 rpm
Rev-limit: 8,700 rpm
134 ftlbf (182 Nm) @ 7300 rpm
Transmission Type: 5-speed standard with LSD

Opposed to your B18B which would only get 130-142 depending on which one.

Wish i had you kind of budget (too bad im only 17!)

Sounds like my dream set up!
dude, he's boosting, if he's going all motor, then that would be a great starting ground, here, a gsr setup will suffice.
 
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