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Old 27 Oct 2009, 08:31 pm
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Default what can i do to make my gsr motor fast?

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Old 27 Oct 2009, 08:46 pm
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cold air intake, port heads, add a header, under drive pulleys, camshaft, ect....
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Old 27 Oct 2009, 09:01 pm
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buy a turbo-charger















or programmer chip















or new headers and exhast tip(exhast system)















or get new seals and piston so you can use higher octane fuel































You can do all of them together.































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Old 27 Oct 2009, 10:01 pm
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These are on a stock spec motor (~140whp). Just some ideas for you to start with.































Option 1 - Beastly Street Setup:















Turbo Kit (t3/t04e turbo minimum)















Boost Components (Injectors, boost controller)















3" Exhaust (including 3" cat)















Tuning Device (Hondata/eCtune/Neptune)















Dyno Tuning (about 2-3hrs)















Clutch (optional but recommended for boost)















Stage 1 cams (Skunk2/Blox/OEM ITR optional)































Results: ~360whp (mild tune w/ cams, pushing limits)















~350whp (extreme tune pushing limits)















~300whp (mild tune)















~280whp (conservative tune)















~275whp (smaller exhaust and mild tune)















~240whp (no tune and motor risk)















































Option 2 - Simple and mild Bolt-ons:















Intake (Short ram/Ice box style would be best)















Header (Tri-Y style or larger 4-1 type)















2.5" Exhaust (including 2.5" cat)















Tuning Device (Apexi VAFC/Hondata/Crome)















Dyno Tuning (about an hour)















Intake Manifold (Skunk2/Blox optional)















Stage 1 Cams (Skunk2/Blox/OEM ITR optional)















ITR/CTR Tranny (optional but would help with accel)































Results: ~190whp (with cams and manifold)















~170whp (without cams)















~160whp (without cams and manifold)















~155whp (smaller exhaust system)















~150whp (no tune)
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Old 27 Oct 2009, 11:01 pm
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Intake, full exhaust, underdrive pulley, weight reduction
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Old 27 Oct 2009, 11:16 pm
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gsr is quick..bolt ons and ecu can help you tune it
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