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Old 10 Feb 2008, 02:31 am
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Default i have a 2000 integra type R, how do i make it to run in the low 11s or high 10s?

i have a 2000 integra type R, how do i make it to run in the low 11s or high 10s?
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Old 10 Feb 2008, 02:46 am
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lots of nitrous, add a turbo. or jackson supercharger,dont forget a clutch that can handle the power
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Old 10 Feb 2008, 03:01 am
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Well, to start you'll need to get a more drag oriented suspension setup. Anything that is fully adjustable and will make the back end stiff will work fine. Then, make sure you get some stick DR's(Drag Radials) like Nitto NT555R's or full slicks even. I'd shop around for those. Power is nothing without traction after all. For the drivetrain you'll need a MUCH stronger clutch. Most companies tell you how much power specific stages will hold, so don't cheap out. I'd replace your flywheel at the same time. You'll need to build up your bottom end (Forged Rods, Pistons) with lower compression parts, so that you can run boost reliably. The high compression in the Type R is great, but won't work with the turbo setup you're gonna need. Then, choose a turbo kit. Several will get you within your horsepower goal if you choose one that comes with the fuel system and tuning software you'll need. I'd recommend a stand alone in any case. I'll give you a list of kits to check out. It won't be a cheap project, but it CAN be done. You can probably make the power you'll need for low 11's on pump gas too if you can find someone who's experienced in tuning turbo B18's. You will of course be running at least 93 octane. I'd also recommend only using the best synthetic racing oils, Royal Purple Racing Formula is probably the best for you. Be prepared to change your oil and filter every 2500-3000 miles if you want to be reliable. Good luck!
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Old 10 Feb 2008, 03:16 am
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rebuilt motor with good parts, bore motor to a 2.0, fuel injectors, fuel rail, fuel pump, fuel regulator, cold air intake or ice box, header, exhausts, biggest turbo avaible for car, intercooler and more have a 00 type r with these setup. his car is not fully tune yet only about 85% tune. 470 hp and 390 lbs of torque at wheel. tech guy said he can hit 600 hp if it gets fully tune.
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Old 10 Feb 2008, 03:31 am
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This is hard to answer you never mention NA/Nitrous/Boost. Either way NA wont even break you into the 11's on stock weight. You have to take boost route. First thing first. Turbo is the way to go I break this down into Power/Fuel/Engine/Traction/TransPower:Turbo kit you need a custom kit. Turbo I reccommend is Garret GT35R you need to do your own research on the A/R. Then look into cams,valves,springs that let you go 115-120MPH in 4th gear since the Type R trans is short gear you be 8500-9000RPM in 4th gear. The head might need a polish job, intake manifold also throttle body. Portflow will do a good job.Fuel:1000cc Injectors, your choice AEM etc fuel rail, new inline fuel pump, stainless steal lines for the fuel pressure.Engine the bottom end wont take much boost since your motor is high comperssion. If you want to keep your block you going need it to be sleeve, then piston, rods, acls, ARP head and stud bolts ETC. Traction:Your car wont be daily any more, you need strickly specfic Shocks and Springs with custom weight springs from front and rear. When you order the seller should help you with this.Trans:You going need a 6-puck cluth or better to hold you horsepower your trans will hold good but after a while it will have problems and might need to be rebuilt and modded.Final thoughts. You cant ask a question and not know the answer the Integra Type R was ment for handling. It isnt the lightest, but design for track and high RPM reving. This is the basic idea on what you need research also helps. Here are links to
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Old 10 Feb 2008, 03:46 am
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is money an issue? if not go to a shop and tell them to make it a 10 sec. car... if it is think turbo, rebuilt motor, and engine manigement....
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