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Old 06 Sep 2007, 11:12 am
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Default can i put turbo on a stock 2001 honda accord automatic transmission?

can a stock 2001 honda accord motor handle turbo
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 11:24 am
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you would have to change alot, ie: spark plugs, fuel injectors, maybe a new cylinder head, and if the kit dosnt come with it you will need a boost gauge and an intercooler
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 11:30 am
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Yea the motor can, but there is alot more work than " just adding a turbo " the ecu has to be re programed usually. Just to start.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 11:38 am
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The answer is............YES.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 11:39 am
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 11:42 am
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Provided you are willing to pay the price, anything can be done to a car. I do not, however, suggest the fitment of a turbo to any NA engine (let alone an engine coupled with an automatic transmission), unless you (or your mechanics) really know what they're doing. Even when upgrading from an OEM turbine, things are not as simple as just buying a kit, fitting it and off you go. First of all, it's the turbine size you have to take into consideration (it has to be built approximately according to your engine's current horsepower value). Then, in order for the kit to give the rated output, you have to first upgrade your entire exhaust system to a less restricting one (one with little back pressure - exhaust headers, tubing and muflers, possibly even the catalytic converter). Naturally, you'll have to upgrade your air intake system too (air filter). These modifications will make your engine rev more freely.After fitting the turbine itself, you'll need to fit an intercooler (probably coming in a set). Usually, the intercooler will need a cut-out in the hood in order to draw air and cool down (i.e. Impreza WRX STi, Mitsu Evo).In order to keep the added pressure from remaining in the turbine (and possibly, during extended periods of time, even damaging the blades) during gearshifts, you'll need to install a blow-off valve (either an internal one or, even better an external blow-off).Then, because of the turbo, you'll probably need to change the oil lines and oil filter (because the oil will have a higher temperature). Also because of this, you'll need to get a turbo timer to connect to your car's ignition (to allow the car to idle for a programmed amount of time after you remove the keys from the ignition, in order to allow the oil in the lines to cool down and thus not to damage the lines and /or lose its lubricating capacity).You'll need a new rev counter and a turbo pressure gauge installed in your cockpit.That's just to name a few of the mods you'll need. The list could go on..
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 11:46 am
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You better connect it to the engine because it won't do much for the automatic transmission.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 11:48 am
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With that setup you would be better to go with a Comptech Supercharger. They make one specificlly for that motor.
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