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Its alright man. I appreciate it I'm almost set! I decided to bump up to 550cc injectors since I wanna do maybe 300-350whp. And ill max out the 450cc's.
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Can someone go into detail about strengthening the motor to safely handle boost? I'm starting to get confused between what needs to be done for a good NA build and what needs to be done for a good turbo build; i get the turbo and related pieces and what not, just when it comes to rods, valve springs, cams . . . seems like replacing this is suggested for both NA and turbo builds and i'm just lost. Maybe a 6thgen guide to NA build would help. Longwinded, but hopefully you guys can help clarify all this for me.
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to build a turbo project to handle more boost, you must build it to N/a specs

Sleeves, pistons and rings, head internals..... read some build threads on everything-honda.com specifcally B and Stinkers thread.
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Can someone go into detail about strengthening the motor to safely handle boost? I'm starting to get confused between what needs to be done for a good NA build and what needs to be done for a good turbo build; i get the turbo and related pieces and what not, just when it comes to rods, valve springs, cams . . . seems like replacing this is suggested for both NA and turbo builds and i'm just lost. Maybe a 6thgen guide to NA build would help. Longwinded, but hopefully you guys can help clarify all this for me.
This was my same dilema....so before i think about building for turbo, I should build a solid N/A motor, then boost?
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Originally Posted by BadgerType
to build a turbo project to handle more boost, you must build it to N/a specs
With a few exceptions...

For N/A build, I'd go with a higher compression piston. For FI build, user lower, or stock equivalent.

For N/A build, I'd use a very aggressive cam profile such as Bisi's stage 2. For FI, a milder cam is necessary, because too much duration, and you run into valve overlap, which is effectively, a boost leak.

For N/A build, I'd use a thinner head gasket, and possibly mill the head to raise compression. For FI build, I'll simply be using a standard thickness gasket.

For N/A build, I'd go with an F22A6? intake manifold. For FI build, the F23 manifold is more volumetrically efficient.

The list goes on... I'll try to elaborate later today when i get some free time.
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This was my same dilema....so before i think about building for turbo, I should build a solid N/A motor, then boost?

This is exactly what I'm doing right now. I'm building the engine while keeping it N/A, but all of my modifications are intended for boost application. They CAN go hand in hand for a while, but soon will start having little, to no effect on the N/A motor. I'll put up some details later.
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if i'm building an N/A car with nitrous, should i use low or high compression?
i know low for when i shoot, but high would seem ideal for when i don't shoot.
what's better?
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Thanks badger; i'll be going through that thread on my spare time. And thanks AFA, for the start; i'm anxiously awaiting your elaboration on the subject.
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Originally Posted by FallenAngelHIM
if i'm building an N/A car with nitrous, should i use low or high compression?
i know low for when i shoot, but high would seem ideal for when i don't shoot.
what's better?
high compression + N2O = Ideal Setup. IF u were forcing air into the cyl, then low comp
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