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Old 29 Feb 2008, 09:01 am
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Default can i put a turbo in my 90 acura integra stock?

it just got a ECU,450cc injectors,stage 2 racing clutch,9 lbs flywheel and exhaust.
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Old 29 Feb 2008, 09:16 am
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Idk? some cars can't handle that. You can probably get a low psi turbo, but nothing serious. You would probably have to upgrade it a little with Hi performance gaskets and I good cooling system.
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Old 29 Feb 2008, 09:31 am
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Yes, if you talk to the company you buy it from and let them know what you've done and what your looking for they can set you up with something
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Old 29 Feb 2008, 09:46 am
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yes a turbo will bolt right on and it will hold max about 15 psi depending on turbo size. make sure you have the right impadence injectors other wise it wont start. also take the flywheel back you dont want it for boost. you want to keep the motors inertia going so you dont loose boost. building you own turbo kit is very easy just make sure you o your reaserch and the key is TUNING MAKE SURE YOU GET YOUR CAR TUNED!!!!!! the b18b1 which is the LS motor is good to about 250 hp until you need to get the motor sleved so you can run more boost and more HP. If your looking at making your own kit i suggest using hondata for the tuning. Also if you need any turbo parts i have a ton, i have a greddy intercooler, tial wastegate a turbonetics manifold that will fin an integra and hondata. shoot me an email if u need parts or have anyother questions
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Old 29 Feb 2008, 10:01 am
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as a matter of fact there is a website devoted to "properly" turbocharging your car at stands for second generation Integra club It is the most informative site that I have found on turbocharging a 4 cylinder Honda. The bible on turbocharging is a book called: MAXIMUM BOOST by Corky Bell. Also very informative - a bit more technical - but not a book that your average car enthusiast can't understand.Hope this helps & Happy motoring
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Old 29 Feb 2008, 10:16 am
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You need to buy a turbo kit, which costs $3000-4000.You cannot put in a turbo by itself.It is recommended to get a AEM or JDM intake headers for the exhaust.
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Old 29 Feb 2008, 10:31 am
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you can almost turbo ANY car. As long as you have the right equipment; turbo, fi header thing, B.O.V, piping etc. And yes you can turbo your integra stock. The B18B1 is better they say, but since your car is a DA, its a B18A. But still, they say the non-VTEC B18 are better because of less compression.
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