D16 bolt on

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  1. aranny2001

    aranny2001 5 Year | Silver

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    guys,

    im wondering is there anyone bolt on turbo kit for their D16? my engine is d16 non vtec... had considered of transplant a B16a in it.. but kind of expensive. I've seen some seller do offer a low boost turbo kit for honda engine , max boost 0.5bar. no need to change internal part. im actually kind of interested in it. so wonder if anyone bolt on with that low boost only?

    will it have alot problem since it's low boost?

    how is the maintenance? will the engine bay become very compact and difficult for maintenance in future?

    will it be more save fuel compare to na since injector and fuel pump no need to change...

    would like to hear from you guys opinions.. :itsme:
     
  2. aranny2001

    aranny2001 5 Year | Silver

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  3. civic 0.5 BAR

    civic 0.5 BAR Senior Member
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    with 0.5 bar , u will get 180 crank horsepower liao.
    i strong recommem u change fuel pump,injecter and management like e-manage blue plus turbo map..
    maintenance like normal change engine oil every 4000km.
    i use main injecter 4 x crv and 2 sub evo 510cc.maintain 110 to 120kmh,from perak to jb cause me one full tank,50 litre,so how u think it?
     
  4. aranny2001

    aranny2001 5 Year | Silver

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    wow... finally i found a civic turbo!~~:adore: hahahaha.... if 0.3 bar? how much had you spent? where u did your turbo? no overheat or any other problem?:confused:

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    but if like town drive ? high fuel consumption ah? cause if change injector and fuel pump sure the fuel consumption will be higher than stock engine... im a daily driver... dunno will it suit me or not
     
  5. hawick

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    I would like to share my experience here.
    With 390cc Mitsu GSR injectors and Walbro fuel pump, boosting 0.6bar, FC around 10km/L.
     
  6. aranny2001

    aranny2001 5 Year | Silver

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    wow.:biggrin:.. another honda turbo... nice... how much have you spent on the kit? how long have you used it and so far got any problem like overheat or anything?
     
  7. civic 0.5 BAR

    civic 0.5 BAR Senior Member
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    do remember,use double layer radiator from single cam auto transmision civic.oso add in oil cooler.i boost in 1.1bar,no overheat issue.
    if budget enough,install exhaust temp,oil temp and oil press for future monitor.
    cheers.honda turbo

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    opps.one more thing.double layer fuel regureter oso a main point to bolt on turbo.

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    ibeen use it more than 5 years ,so far so good
     
  8. aranny2001

    aranny2001 5 Year | Silver

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    double layer how thick it is? i also bought a double layer aluminium radiator.. but top and bottom fibre la... the seller or radiator shop said it's double layer about 25mm... 1.1 bar very powerful liao leh~ 200 plus whp? how much you spent for ur turbo kit?

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    wow lao... 5 years oredi.... where you did for your turbo? so tahan.... piston , conrod got change? very impressive... civic ek?eg?
     
  9. civic 0.5 BAR

    civic 0.5 BAR Senior Member
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    everything i custom myself,so dun know how much cost,bought all in use item.
    eccept e-manage tuning and install i send to workshop.
    ya,i change internal piston,but conrod still stock.stock conrod can go for 300hp.
     
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    aranny2001 5 Year | Silver

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    you own a workshop? how to custom your self?:confused:
     
  11. civic 0.5 BAR

    civic 0.5 BAR Senior Member
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    i m foreman too.but not car...
     
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    mind if I join in, hehe.. I'm using d16 non-vtec too :biggrin:. civic 0.5 BAR, do you face turbo lag issue with your current set up?
     
  13. aranny2001

    aranny2001 5 Year | Silver

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    foreman for what then?
     
  14. autocrosser

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    How can you save fuel with turbocharging compared to stock non-turbo? Anytime you mess with factory settings to increase power, you consume more fuel. Especially with turbos. This is a given.
     
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    civic 0.5 BAR Senior Member
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    ya,mine was lag at third gear.i m using td05-14b.i think the way to do only rev engine to 9k rpm...

    what ur set up???

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    i repair chainsaw...hahaha
     
  16. xtremeleo

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    have u driven a charged car before? have u bot any engine prior to ur post sir? turbocharger was designed to increase the efficiency of an engine, of course it can save fuel when driven normally
     
  17. aranny2001

    aranny2001 5 Year | Silver

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    haha... you can charge your chainsaw already... cut metal not for wood
     
  18. autocrosser

    autocrosser Senior Member
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    So sorry i did not recieve the memo from Tom that said i must have prior experience with a particular subject before i open my trap to comment.
    I have driven turbo cars before. Factory turbos. No, i haven't gone and BOT. At any rate, what has that got to do with the price of fish?
    What you are saying is that after Honda, Toyota, et al. have spent tubs of moeny getting the most out of an engine, we can take the car to Ah Kaw down the road and plunk in a turbo to make the engine even more "efficient". Like having my cake and eat it too. Sure.
     
  19. xtremeleo

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    iam talking from experience, are u? let me repeat myself, turbochargers are made to increase an engine's efficiency, dat means u can harness more power per capacity and burn less fuel in its operation if operated normally. u can achieve the same level of torque earlier in the revv with the help of a charger, simple.

    yes, of course u can, IF u know what r u doing. yes, of course u can have the cake and eat it, i do it all the time sir. i dont understand y u cant, lol
     
  20. AD_EG

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    this is not true bro. factory settings usually more on the RICH side. this has been proven many times.

    get the car retuned with the help of an EMS and a good tuner, the car gains power, and at the same time save petrol because we have optimized the air/fuel mix.

    i have modded both NA and TC bro.

    and both had MUCH better consumption compared to when it was in stock, and it had much better power too.
     

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