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Old 24 Jul 2010, 01:03 am
mark krawczuk
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Default turbo kit on B16A

hi, i`ve just put a turbo kit on a honda civic with b16a engine.

got the chip done , but its popping etc... about 6500rpm and up.
its running about 7 -8 psi.
i havent changed the injectors or the mapsensor..

is there anything else i should have done ?
mark k


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Old 24 Jul 2010, 11:55 am
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Default Re: turbo kit on B16A


"mark krawczuk" <krawczuk@adam.com.au> wrote in message
news:OpKdnS_KLqgFH9fRnZ2dnUVZ_tadnZ2d@adnap.net.au ...
> hi, i`ve just put a turbo kit on a honda civic with b16a engine.
>
> got the chip done , but its popping etc... about 6500rpm and up.
> its running about 7 -8 psi.
> i havent changed the injectors or the mapsensor..
>
> is there anything else i should have done ?
> mark k
>


Get a real hot rod?


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Old 24 Jul 2010, 01:36 pm
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"mark krawczuk" <krawczuk@adam.com.au> wrote in
news:OpKdnS_KLqgFH9fRnZ2dnUVZ_tadnZ2d@adnap.net.au :

> hi, i`ve just put a turbo kit on a honda civic with b16a engine.
>
> got the chip done , but its popping etc... about 6500rpm and up.
> its running about 7 -8 psi.
> i havent changed the injectors or the mapsensor..
>
> is there anything else i should have done ?
> mark k
>
>




Isn't your fuel-cutoff 6800 rpm?


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Old 24 Jul 2010, 06:47 pm
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Default Re: turbo kit on B16A

hi , i told the guy that done the chip that i wanted these modifications
done to the ecu also told him what boost i was running.....)


8 lb boost
rev limit 8500 rpm
4800 rpm two stage launch
vtech at 5850 rpm

100 octane fuel

and shift light at 7500 rpm .

mark k


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> "mark krawczuk" <krawczuk@adam.com.au> wrote in
> news:OpKdnS_KLqgFH9fRnZ2dnUVZ_tadnZ2d@adnap.net.au :
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>> hi, i`ve just put a turbo kit on a honda civic with b16a engine.
>>
>> got the chip done , but its popping etc... about 6500rpm and up.
>> its running about 7 -8 psi.
>> i havent changed the injectors or the mapsensor..
>>
>> is there anything else i should have done ?
>> mark k
>>
>>

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> Isn't your fuel-cutoff 6800 rpm?
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Old 27 Jul 2010, 09:10 am
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"mark krawczuk" <krawczuk@adam.com.au> wrote in message
news:OpKdnS_KLqgFH9fRnZ2dnUVZ_tadnZ2d@adnap.net.au ...
> hi, i`ve just put a turbo kit on a honda civic with b16a engine.
>
> got the chip done , but its popping etc... about 6500rpm and up.
> its running about 7 -8 psi.
> i havent changed the injectors or the mapsensor..
>
> is there anything else i should have done ?
> mark k
>


Gee.... I hope you did more than just bolt on a turbo kit and mod the chip.

I know a guy who did that to an RSX and melted his pistons. Pretty much had
to rebuild a brand new engine and voided his warranty.


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Old 28 Jul 2010, 09:10 pm
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Default Re: turbo kit on B16A

Thus spake "Iowna Uass" <iownauass@gmail.com> :

>
>"mark krawczuk" <krawczuk@adam.com.au> wrote in message
>news:OpKdnS_KLqgFH9fRnZ2dnUVZ_tadnZ2d@adnap.net.a u...
>> hi, i`ve just put a turbo kit on a honda civic with b16a engine.
>>
>> got the chip done , but its popping etc... about 6500rpm and up.
>> its running about 7 -8 psi.
>> i havent changed the injectors or the mapsensor..
>>
>> is there anything else i should have done ?
>> mark k
>>

>
>Gee.... I hope you did more than just bolt on a turbo kit and mod the chip.
>
>I know a guy who did that to an RSX and melted his pistons. Pretty much had
>to rebuild a brand new engine and voided his warranty.
>


There are boat load of things to do when you bump the compression via
external forces. Let's take an extreme example. In the NHRA Top
Alcohol are either blown methonal or injected nitro. Injected cars
run 10:1 to 12:1, the blown cars might run as high as 8.5:1.

Lots of things need to be changed. I'm always amused by my friends
who drag their F-Birds and talk about some hot shot who takes his
turboed "rice burner" (yup, that phrase is still around) and drops the
bottom end at about the 1000 ft mark. Or splits the tranny at the
line.

You change everything at once or you will wind up changing things as
they break. Weekly, most likely.
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