LS/VTEC Turbo, H22 TURBO, B20 Turbo....which one?


92HBsi
12-27-2005, 04:50 PM
I have a stock LS/Turbo. I want to make a track only car but still street legal. Money is not really an issue. Should i build my current motor and make it VTEC, Get a fully built h22 Turbo boosting 25 psi, or a Fully Built B20 and put my Turbo on that. I've seen an add of someone selling there b20 vtec fully built pushing 260hp running hi 11's. Would the turbo do good on that? In case you were wondering i have a Greddy 18g turbo. I'm currently running low 13's with 6-8 psi. i want to hit low 11, high 10's or better. just throw some answers out there for me thanks. if you want to get technical then go ahead. if you don't then just throw your opinion out there real quick......all responses will help. thank you

Schister66
12-27-2005, 07:57 PM
H22 is a good choice because its the biggest of all of the options, but an overbored GSR would be another option to look at because a lot of the bigger hp cars on HT are overbored 2.0L GSR's

duffman868
12-28-2005, 02:25 PM
since this is going to be a track car then go with a ls/vtec. the reason is that the thing added to the gsr to make it more reliable also steal power not much but some. that is why a ls/vtec with gsr internals and head will dyno with a couple more hp. but just build the motor bored out as big as you can go and a bigger snail and aim for the 600 hp mark. 10's could be done with less power but i get the feeling that you might not have been racing for that long.

clawhammer
12-28-2005, 08:16 PM
I'd just buy the built b20 vtec that you saw the ad for. You should be able to use your current turbo with it, since they're both b-blocks.

superbluecivicsi
12-29-2005, 02:25 PM
throw in some new rods and pistons in the b18a/b and, ditch the 18g, and turn up the boost.

TurboGSR96
01-08-2006, 11:40 PM
rods and pistons do you no good when you crack a weak factory honda sleeve

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