whats the best d16z6 turbo build

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Asked by Oct 08, 2009 at 11:02 PM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

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If you would go for cheaper parts and a considerably powerful turbo boost, get a Rev Hard Turbo kit. They're on sale. It comes with the whole starter package with custom T03/04 Turbo, 27" X 6.5" x 3 Sport Intercooler,blow off valve, clamps and bolt-ons. This kit is compatible with D, B and H series. The kit gives off upto 7psi boost and adds 75-100bhp safely on stock engines. Check its website: http://www.turbo-kits.com/civic_turbo_kits.html

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ok but im looking to get about 25 psi on stock sleeves and i no they wont last long but its just a build i wanna do

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your gonna need more to have more done to the engine if your gonna run 25psi cams, crank, pistions, fuel componants,and a well tuned ecu other wise your gonna blow up the engine once the lag wears off

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yes i no im reuilding it all but im gunna just keep stock sleeves in it

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and i really dont care if the engine blows up at all if it does i have two other blocks waiting to be built

1,805

stock sleeves cant handle such psi...have to change it as well if i were you...

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idk this is gunna be the first build and the neext one is gunna be a b20 vtec turbo sooo yeh im not worried about blowin the d16

1,805

youre spending a lot...thats the only problem...

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well im only doing a semi built not a full built the b20 vtec is gunna be the full built.

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I am running a d16y7 block with a y8 vtech head boosting 8 pounds it dynoed at 220 to the wheels On stock internals

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