Anybody ever heard of Neukin Motor Development?


TurboGSR96
01-31-2006, 10:21 PM
Anybody ever heard of em or know whether theyre manifolds are legit and dont crack. I see that they are full race style and are the only others I have seen that style.

BobChestnut
01-31-2006, 10:54 PM
i can't believe you have a turbo car and haven't heard of them.....they're one of the best in the business! On the Sponsor's Classifieds on Honda-tech they have a big sale thread w/ tonnes of good news and vouches....too spendy for our projects tho!

TurboGSR96
01-31-2006, 11:28 PM
can't say I have noseyed over to honda-tech before but thanks for your reply, i guess they are legit. I was looking at their turbo manifold and saw it was the full race style and about $400 bucks cheaper and I started to drool. I just ditched my a/c and am gonna buy an half radiator and put that beautiful manifold on there, but couldnt convince myself to pay the $1100 for the full race manifold.

BobChestnut
02-01-2006, 12:16 AM
yeah they're pretty sweet manis and for a good price!

turboEKhatch
02-02-2006, 12:14 AM
I had one on my car for a while, no cracks, no complaints here.

TurboGSR96
02-02-2006, 03:13 PM
werd im on it then, buying a new turbo too....looking at the t3/t67 but im afraid i wont see boost until 5 or 6k with it, any feedback on that?

BobChestnut
02-02-2006, 03:37 PM
well w/ a GSR and a big top mount the spool would be a little slower on the low end, but the top would be worth it! There are a few for sale posts that i remember reading on HT that were T3/67 HO's....they seem like good turbos and can make a shit load of power. Have you thought about a GT35R or anything BB?? That might be the way to go if you're going big......

turboEKhatch
02-02-2006, 08:24 PM
I drove a friends T3/T67 HO car and it was brutal. Didn't make 20 psi till about 6500 RPM's. A T3/T67 with a stage 5 wheel and a .63 A/R turbine housing will still make 650 WHP but with about 1000 RPM's less lag.

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 12:50 PM
Thats whats up, im running a non bb 60-1 right now which doesnt even build boost until about 4800 to 5k rpm and im pretty much maxed out at about 525 whp. Im buying another intake manifold too and im gonna add another set of injectors and run staged injection. I didnt wanna put 1600 cc injectors on my car that I drive almost every day...feel me. I was looking real close at the GT35R....I know you gotta compromise responce when you go up in size, but i hate having to force my car to build boost versus my boys sti or an srt-4...oh well. You seem to know what you are talking about turboEK.....what do you think is better an LS tranny in a 500 hp honda or a GSR....im running the LS and it keeps breaking on me. I was looking into some titanium sincro's and what not, do you know any company that makes high end parts for honda trannys?

BobChestnut
02-03-2006, 01:38 PM
Quaife makes great transmissions for Honda, but expect to pay out the ass for one of them. YOu've heard of Quaife LSD's right?? The same company makes parts for trannys too. I would use the GSR too, quicker acceleration is the main thing.......that's up to you tho....

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 03:13 PM
Allready have a quaife but she is hurting.... had alot of movement in it, and you can feel the looseness when you first take off, that was like 1500 miles ago when i put another tranny in. I'm gonna go down to a stg 4 clutchmasters because I think the 5 i got now is partly the reason why i fried my last LS trans. Someone told me that quaifes are rebuildable....anybody else hear that?

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 03:17 PM
well i thought the whole purpose of using an LS trans was that its gearing is better suited for the powerband that the turbo produces and for most street/strip cars it keeps the car almost at the redline in 4th gear in the quarter versus the gsr which would be in 5th gear. I have never ran my car in its current setup so I gotta lot of thinking to do when i swap turbos and start making serious power. shit im still running pep boys axles (6th set)

BobChestnut
02-03-2006, 04:57 PM
what kind of power are you making to break a Quaife?? There's a guy in Fargo (my town) that has a 654whp 98 GSR w/ a Quaife and it holds.....I need more insight and then i'll look around and see what's out there.....

Schister66
02-03-2006, 05:12 PM
Like Bob said, if you get some info we could talk to Nick and check out what he's using on his Integra to hold that kind of power. I personally haven't heard of anyone breaking a Quaife, but i'm sure it CAN happen......i'll keep an eye out!

BTW....i wish i had the money to make my GSR that fast...i was looking at parts, and just the clutch you need is almost $2k!!!! Some day tho.....:devil:

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 06:46 PM
I know I know, this car has been a struggle for a long time. The quaife isnt "broken" its just got alot of miles on it. Ive had an LS Tranny in this car sine like 50k miles which is when I got the quaife. This car is at the stage now where everything costs a fukin fortune. Ill prob sell it at the end of the summer and start building my dream...the MKIV, I plan to have a daily driven 800+ whp Sup by next summer.

On another note.....Welcome back buddy!

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 06:50 PM
Oh......and that Quaife has lived 3 complete transmission explosions, 2 blown engines etc roughly 80k HARD miles.....it is actually the only thing that is origional in the drivetrain since the car was first turbo'd. That stg 5 I got now should hold all the power I can make, It just doesnt last very long, its got less than 50% left and it only got like 1500 miles on it (it was put in right). The only way to get the car not to shudder is to let the clutch out real quick and have enough gas not to bog down.

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 06:51 PM
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e363/TurboTeg96/NewbPic.jpg

just having fun....lol

turboEKhatch
02-03-2006, 10:30 PM
A T3/60-1 with a stage 5 hot side and a .82 A/R housing can support a bit north of 600 WHP, it flows 61 pounds a minute vs. 75 pounds a minute for the T67 compressor wheel. You can generally make about 10 WHP for every pound/minute of compressor flow on a honda given the appropriate turbine side.

I had an LS trans on my car for a while and it sucked. 24.5" slicks are growing to atleast 25 inches on the top end, and with a 9000 RPM redline you're shifting out of third gear at about 120 MPH with an LS transmission. Yuck. A B16/ITR or GSR trans is the only thing that makes sense on a VTEC motor.

If you're damaging a quaiffe and breaking axles and havn't been to the strip you need traction bars, you're never going to dead hook a high WHP honda hard enough on the street to break axles, it's always going to be wheel hop that does it.

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 10:44 PM
The car actually hooks pretty hard from 4-5 lauch because of the turbo lag, I use to power shift but I stopped that. I switch between Falken Azenis's and 555R's, both are pretty good tires, I have never even put slicks in my mind because I knew something would break on my first launch...lol

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 10:47 PM
A T3/60-1 with a stage 5 hot side and a .82 A/R housing can support a bit north of 600 WHP, it flows 61 pounds a minute vs. 75 pounds a minute for the T67 compressor wheel. You can generally make about 10 WHP for every pound/minute of compressor flow on a honda given the appropriate turbine side.

I had an LS trans on my car for a while and it sucked. 24.5" slicks are growing to atleast 25 inches on the top end, and with a 9000 RPM redline you're shifting out of third gear at about 120 MPH with an LS transmission. Yuck. A B16/ITR or GSR trans is the only thing that makes sense on a VTEC motor.

If you're damaging a quaiffe and breaking axles and havn't been to the strip you need traction bars, you're never going to dead hook a high WHP honda hard enough on the street to break axles, it's always going to be wheel hop that does it.

Wheel hop breaks alot of shit, I have terrible wheel hop on the nitto's but the azenis seem to be a little slicker or whatever because the car hops far less...My old type-r for being stock had horrible wheel hop

TurboGSR96
02-03-2006, 10:50 PM
I was looking at one of them engine dampers that you mount on the drivers side of the engine below the cam gears to the engine compartment, you know anyone that uses them. I seen them on a 700 hp civic. I tried to get rid of some one my wheel hop by adding a solid rear motor mount, but I didnt really notice a diff.

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