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Im really liking the tutorial section tom.. i'll be gladly adding to it
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heres something that wasnt covered in the faq and ive been searching for some ionfo on it
ive got a d16a1 and im thinking about boosting, will stock internals hold up if i run 7lbs. of boost on a daily driver.
i hear that a dsm turbo setup (manifold, injectors, smic, feul pump) will bolt onto some honda engines and is a good setup, but which engines will it fit.
oh yeah, i already have an apexi s-afc, but what else along that line could i need?

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g1teg.org has a whole turbo section, you can probly get more help there and at homemadeturbo.com biggrin.gif

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QUOTE (rpr @ Dec 20 2003, 10:18 PM)

please check this link... i clicked on it and a blank window opens up

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works fine for me
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bigk3000

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holy old post batman


dec 20th tongue.gif
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84 Civic Hatchback 1500S-w/ d16 blacktop :P
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my main question is when changing the vaccuum lines on my 86 crx si does any of them help control the amount of fuel being dumped throo the injectors?? i have a serious richness problem.. after i changed the vaccuum lines.
i drive a honda cus my other ride( your mom)isnt reliable enough!

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Well, yeah, the one going to the fuel pressure regulator...
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[hey u wouldnt happen to have a link or a copy of the vaccuum line diagram for a 1.5 liter pgm-fi?? i wanna double check and my haynes manual dont have one in it
i drive a honda cus my other ride( your mom)isnt reliable enough!

1990 mazda rx7-drift/drag car
1986 crx si-daily driver

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Sigh...
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do u guys have have like a list of all the things that i need for a 89 teg motor into a 87 crx si to keep it runnin clean i sa a list sometime ago but now i cant find it man can u guys help me ???

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i am puting in a aftermarket temp gauge and for some reason it is fluttering. what could i be doing wrong

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concerning the Steering wheel area, the 88 wheels and hubs work on 87 1st gens from NRG. expencive though.
someone else posted that on the forum somewhere else.
EDIT: NRG actually have a special hub for first gen, due to low production rate, you have to call and order from the Store in California.

Edited by BOOMERS_MUSE, 14 February 2009 - 05:51 AM.


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It would be helpful if you edited the actual entry in the wiki...
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