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Old 10-06-2004, 08:41 PM   #1
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350whp

How much do u think it would cost me to get my gsr to around 350whp.....the plan is for my friend and i to rebuild my engine and build a custom turbo setup .... how much and what ALL would i need to rebuild the engine to handle the extra power ....if u help thanks in advance
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Re: 350whp

Internals- Sleeves,Forged pistons(arias,je),Forged rods(crower ect.), would really recommend Forged crank, but if you have to, you can just Knife edge the crank. Block Guard. That should take care of the bottom end.

Pistons=$490
Rods=$350-400
Crank=1500-1800 forged
Intake manifold(venom)=$600
Camshaft(turbo_=$500, Skunk 2=$800
Retainers=$140
Springs=$280
Intake Manifold=$500
Cam Gears=$200+
Fuel Rail=$180
Fuel Pressure Reg.=$200+
Injectors=???
ECU=???
Custom turbo= Depends on what products you use-Estimate=$1500-2500+
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Re: 350whp

Listen to the man ^. He speaks of the truth.
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Re: 350whp

Is this still in your budget range?
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Old 10-12-2004, 02:02 PM   #5
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well ... i was thinkin it would cost about 6k ... but seems to be quite a bit more....so i guess its still in my range if i decide to put all my time and money into it ....and if i get another car or truck to drive around while i work on the teg..... thanks for all the info bud
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Re: 350whp

Don't listen to the guy above. He listed things you would need if you decide to go 500WHP. For 350WHP you don't need to touch your head internals at all. Crankshaft on b18 motors is already forged - don't mess with it either. Here is what you need to do (mostly writing for the other people who will be reading this)
Forged low compression pistons ($400)
Forged rods with ARP bolts ($300)
Rod and main bearings and piston rings ($100)
ARP head studs ($100)
Stage 2+ clutch and pressure plate ($150)
Walbro 255 fuel pump ($100)
3Bar map sensor ($100)
750cc high impendence injectors ($350)
fmic ($100)
2.5" charge pipes ($200)
2.5"+downpipe and full exhaust ($250 includes welding)
t3/t04e turbine ($150)
BOV ($50)
Oil sandwich adapter ($25)
Turbo exhaust manifold ($100)
Air filter ($15)
Boost gauge ($30)
Oil pressure gauge ($30)
Fuel pressure gauge ($30)
turbo oil feed line ($30)
turbo oil drain line ($30)
external wastegate ($250)
MBC ($20)
Adjustable FPR ($100)
2 steps colder spark plugs ($15)
oil catch can ($30)
dumptube ($150) if you route it to downpipe
miscellaneous vacuum hoses, bolts, clamps, gaskets, washers and nuts ($100)

Do the dyno after it or it will all go to waste... If you do the work yourself (except welding and dyno) it should cost you $3300. All this if everything goes as smooth as butter. I suggest that you purchase together downpipe, dumptube, exhaust manifold, charge pipes and intercooler. Make sure you get same turbo used with it and same size external wastegate if you cant pick it all up together. I wish I did that when I was purchasing my turbo parts piece by piece, thinking that I will save $$. Only ended up paying lots of $$ for all the rewelding. Not worth it, unless you do welding yourself. So the price estimate is just a theory. In reality it will cost more. It cost me not less than $7K to boost/build my integra with the above parts. Reason is: i got ripped off on some parts and welding jobs. Not to mention listening to the guys like the guy above...-purchasing things that i simply didn't use for my hp goal. Notice how he suggests that you get 2 intake manifolds. One for $500 another for $600. So pay attention to what you read. Im sure there are critics for every post however.
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