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Old 26 Dec 2007, 07:31 pm
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Default can i put turbo on mt accura integra LS automatic?

now my integra is a 1992 LS DOHC but its not stick its automatic . now my cousin got me really mad talkin shit about how he always beats me in his BMW 323 and saying integras are crap so i want a turbo kit but will it work on my automatic transmission. and if it does work will it be the same results as if it where to be stick. and please dont respond "ohh you should make ur car stick" because i am not planning on making my car stick. at least not for the next 4 years or so."just me" if my intergra is a piece of shit why cant my cousin in is v6 or (what ever there called vinline 6 or what ever.) take off on me he always only beats me a few feet 2-3 feet away from his tail and my piece of shit is only a v4 so piss off "just me"ok all u guys are just hating (except 1 or 2 of u guys. if integras are pice of shit how come til this day no other v4 car has beaten me in a race. the all have tried and failed all those civic si, dx, etc all those crx and other v4 cant beat me i always win. and now my cousin bullys me cause his isnt a v4 its a v6 its natural he should win i mean bigger engine that mines. he alwasy takes off on hondas and crx civic and mazda miata etc but he cant take off on me he always only wins by a few feet 2-3 feet away from me so how is my integra a pice of shit if it can do that to a v6!! haha in ur face. and for those of u who think they are piece of shit well then look at thiss video
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Old 26 Dec 2007, 07:46 pm
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Ha! that 323i is the slowest BMW e46 there is!A turbo kit won't care if your car is auto or manual.The mileage on your engine will though. I bet your wallet can't handle it either. Good luck little guy!
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Old 26 Dec 2007, 08:01 pm
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Sure you can. It will cost you a lot of money to install it. And a lot more when it blows up. Your cousins right it's a piece of,well you already know.
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Old 26 Dec 2007, 08:16 pm
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A 323i...lol. Well you could put a turbo kit, but then your automatic could blow up because of too much power or so. I WAS going to say make it a stick, but you said not to. Haha, but then again you could always do an engine swap. Maybe a K20, or a B18C5, or a B17 (92-93 GS-R) which has DOHC VTEC, but i think there is an automatic ECU for a GS-R in Japan? Automatics are cool and all, but in the end i still prefer stick (not telling that you should, if you dont want to.) You could always use better tires, turbo kit, throttle body, a new ECU, catback etc. But beware, too much power on an auto could lead to a breakdown, and expensive repairs.PS. Integras arent SH*T!
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Old 26 Dec 2007, 08:31 pm
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man dont even waste ur time! ITS AUTOMATICThis is "RICE" at its finest.
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Old 26 Dec 2007, 08:46 pm
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How much beating are you willing to take? Seems that he proved you many times over. Yes, and you have experienced that Acura is crap, like my Prelude was... I swore not to buy a Honda ever again! POS !You can put a 350 cu Small Block Chevy if you want to. Now, how much more money are you willing to shed? If you want to play you have to pay. So are you willing to pay hard cash just to get a couple of horses out of your car? Or save your cash and buy some better?Turbo kits.... Is all about pressure. You engine has to be able to take the pressure from the boost. If you want power with less money. A NO2 kit will do the trick. Is the poor's man turbo kit. The NO2 does not burn, is NOT combustible. Nitrogen is not combustible. The pressures inside the chamber will break down the NO2 on Nitrogen and Oxygen. The O will be added to the fuel mix as an Oxidizer and the N will expand like any other gas. The air by itself is about 70%, 20% O and the rest of the 10% is a mix of other gases like Helium and many other.By adding more air you can increase the charge of the engine. The tubing, intake and exhaust is really important so it has to be match to your engine properly or you will end up with a money pit and more embarrassed.NO2 kits are bolt on, cheap and you can do it yourself. You need to refill the bottle when is used up. But you are not going to run with the bottle on 24/7 either.Good luck !
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Old 26 Dec 2007, 09:01 pm
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our integra engines arent v4's its an inline 4 cylinder engine. I know you dont want to hear but doing a manual conversion is your best for a turbo set up. your AT trans. cant handle alot of extra power or it will blow. you can turbo it but, the psi will have to be low. theres also a lot of things you have to buy yo control the turbo, and so you dont over presurize the engine. you can look for a racing transmission then you wouldnt have to worry about it blowing up... at the same time its cheaper to do a coversion at the same time since the engine will be getting worked on. and putting NO2 is not a good idea on an engine without modification. youll have to get it tuned either way. try going LS/VTEC. itll give some good top end power. integra's are no where close to being sh!t =]join team-integra.net
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Old 26 Dec 2007, 09:16 pm
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lol...why on a AUTO..i mean..wow. lolbut i wouldn;t suggest u putting a turbo kit on that integra..just buy another integra (STICK) and from there on make changes..lolbut yea.. Integras and civic are some little quick 4 bangers.
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