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#1280941 - 04/20/07 05:14 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: phearable]
Freq18hz Offline
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How much HP does the cat add?

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Originally Posted By: phearable
This is my old all motor ls/vtec setup.
Figure I would post it for some guys to see what an affordable build can make.

Motor/Performance:
Ls/Vtec specs 11.6:1 estimated compression ratio
B18a1 block/rods/crank
Arp rod bolts
Jdm itr pistons
Ls headgasket (2 ply)
2001 ITR head/cams etc
Golden eagle lsvtec line kit & dowels
Exedy clutch w/ oem itr flywheel
96 spec jdm itr tranny
B&m fpr set at 51 psi & guage

Pulled power steering & used a tilton resivor/breather for ps fluid
Dc Sports JDM ITR Replica 4-1 2.5 header
Custom 2.5 inch piping w/ 2.5 inch resignator & skunk2 2" 1/4 muffler

Brand new type-r head:

Parts:

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Best e/t full INT on street tires (ran 13.8-13.7s all night):




Built & tuned by me: John Vega - Phearable.net

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#1372534 - 05/09/07 05:13 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Freq18hz]
Freq18hz Offline
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Registered: 02/02/07
Posts: 33
'07 SI sedan, Injen CAI, 193 WHP.

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#1460173 - 05/20/07 11:13 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: b6ixteen]
lowercivic Offline
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Registered: 01/30/05
Posts: 103
Loc: MO, USA
I/H/E = 136 HP / 98 TQ
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#1607275 - 07/04/07 12:37 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: lowercivic]
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Registered: 03/10/07
Posts: 17
96 ek with jdm h22a
186whp 135tq
lightnd flywheel and stage 3 comp clutch .. all else stock

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#1799133 - 08/28/07 03:09 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: xXSilentScreamXx]
oni Offline
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Registered: 04/16/05
Posts: 1412
Loc: Pennsylvania
I suppose I'll jump on the band wagon here.

3" cai
spoon 70mm tb
s2 IM
s2 stage2 cams
s2 gears
s2 dual springs w/ retainers
s2 valves
toda 11.6:1 pistons
eagle rods
toda header
carsound cat
modified greddy evo exhaust
ur pullies
rc 310cc injectors
hondata s200

180 whp 115 trq
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#1799973 - 08/28/07 07:37 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: oni]
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Loc: kansas
ok guys i got a new one

gsr short block

hondata s200

jdm itr pistons and heat treated itr rods

usdm itr cams and stock gears

jdm itr header

stock cat

soon to be

skunk2 intake manifold

skunk2 70mm tb

rc 310cc injectors

skunk2 stage2 cams

skunk2 cam gears

skunk2 double valve springs

itr retainers

dyno tuned

i will post up the dyno sheet

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#2408244 - 03/06/08 09:04 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: BGPMPN]
mysiryde Offline
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b16a2 stock bottom end
1st gen. head
skunk2 springs and retainers
Rocket Motorsports M21 cams
SKUNK2 Cam Gears
Skunk2 style intake manifold
short ram intake with K&N filter
B&M FPR
I am waiting for my chipped ECU to tune on stock is holding back
4-2-1 header
TUNED on VAFC 2

On DYNO Jet 144.11 104.37 torque

Tuned by HUMBLE PERFORMANCE tulsa,OK


Edited by mysiryde (04/28/08 09:30 PM)

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#2409230 - 03/07/08 01:53 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: mysiryde]
00civicsiboy Offline
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Registered: 04/18/06
Posts: 1208
Loc: Tennessee
b18c bottom end
b16 head
Brian Crower Stage 3 cams
Crower retainers, springs.
Skunk2 nitrate coverd valves
LS Crank
LS Rods
CTR Pistons
precision 440 injectors
AEM Fuel rail
AEM FPR
AEM Intake
ITR Throttle Body
B16 intake manifold
skunk2 2.5inch exhaust

184.1 WHP
141 TQ
Tuned on Hondata S200 by Motorvation


Edited by 00civicsiboy (03/07/08 01:53 AM)
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#2516594 - 04/07/08 04:18 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: 00civicsiboy]
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Registered: 10/04/05
Posts: 340
Loc: Tracy, CA
California "Visual" Legal 2000 Civic Si with 40k (original motor)
152.96WHP and 108.93 WTQ

AEM V2 Cold air intake
Skunk2 Megapower Racing Exhaust
Skunk2 S1 cams
Skunk2 cam gears
Skunk2 Pro intake manifold
Greddy 4-2-1 header
Hondata P28 ECU
Hondata S300
Hondata IM gasket


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#2648246 - 05/18/08 12:42 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: 209_dup2]
DrftJnkies Offline
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Registered: 02/17/08
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00' SI. Injen SRI, S2S1 Cams, S2 I/M, Greddy Header, Greddy Sp2 Exhuast.
157.74WHP and 106.86 TQ.
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#2732756 - 06/15/08 11:23 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: DrftJnkies]
kanji05 Offline
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Registered: 03/06/06
Posts: 6
Loc: bay area, ca
2000 Si
JDM B18C Type R Swap
AEM CAI
ITR Header
Blox Test Pipe
Apexi WS Exhaust
P28 w/ Hondata S100
Dynojet @ Modacar

183.08 Hp 129.10 TQ
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#2755240 - 06/23/08 09:01 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: kanji05]
Slammed_am Offline
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Registered: 03/03/05
Posts: 477
Loc: Old Forge, PA
2000 Si B16A2

Password Power Chamber Intake
Megan Racing 4-1 Header (2.5" collector) and "race cat/test pipe)
Apexi WS2 Catback
Omni Power 68mm TB
Skunk2 Intake Manifold (Machine matched to TB)
Skunk2 Carbon Composite Fuel rail
Skunk2 Stage1 Tuner Cams
Skunk2 Adj. Cam gears
Exedy Organic Clutch
ACT Street lite flywheel
Nology Wires
OBD1 Tuned with Neptune by Evans-Tuning

150hp 108ft.lbs


Edited by Slammed_am (06/23/08 09:01 AM)
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#2758303 - 06/23/08 10:46 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Slammed_am]
kyden Offline
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Registered: 12/20/99
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this is my buddy's setup, but i'll post it just for information.


b18c1
jdm p30 pistons
stock rods, arp bolts
omni power flat valves
omni valvetrain
brian crower stage 2 cams
skunk2 pro series IM
stock tb
tdm products header, tri-y
t1r catback
testpipe

186whp. i forget the torque, its something like 115. dyno dynamics, tuned by matt @ dentsport. both head and block were milled.
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#2797179 - 07/07/08 12:01 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: RyCeRoCkEtZ]
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Registered: 07/06/08
Posts: 15
My friend dyno'd @ 135WHP with K&N intake, header, and exhaust.
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#2899548 - 08/10/08 06:40 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: PurduinaSi]
1999siguy Offline
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Registered: 09/13/07
Posts: 21
1999 si 145whp
AEM V2
Megan Racing 4-1 header
1999 GSR cams
Skunk2 Pro Cam Gears
Street Port and Polish
Hondata IM gasket
Tuned with Apexi Neo

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#2953559 - 08/26/08 05:14 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: 1999siguy]
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Registered: 12/07/02
Posts: 96
Loc: Portland, OR.
good numbers on some of the cars...
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#3151761 - 10/27/08 05:56 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: jime4871]
pfb666 Offline
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Registered: 10/27/08
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2007 Si Injen cai, Vibrant Cat-back. 191WHP.
Sounds Siiiiiick!!

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#3187467 - 11/06/08 09:55 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: pfb666]
Nate047 Offline
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Registered: 03/03/03
Posts: 28558
Loc: La La Land, CA
LS block
eagle rods
Wiseco 11.5 pistons

B16A tranny, stock

B16A head, 5 ang valve job
ITR springs/retainers/valves
CTR intake cam
B16A exhaust cam

ARC Magic intake box
HyTech Tri Y header
test pipe
60mm Top Fuel catback

175whp 131 tq

Then, I made 179.5 with an AEM short ram instead of the ARC box, LOL. \:D

Next stage:

already have: Skunk2 IM (old style) and JDM ITR TB bored to 70mm, port matched to IM
To get: velocity stack w/filter, SKunk2 stage 1 cams, then the fuel system... Not sure about that yet. Hoping to make 185-190 @ 8000 RPM if possible (LS crank FTL )

This is the car



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#3188122 - 11/07/08 04:16 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Nate047]
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Registered: 07/29/02
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Loc: Bellingham, WA
Very nice man! How is the car after tuning?
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#3189137 - 11/07/08 11:54 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: SamuraiSam]
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Thanks dude, it runs very well now, nice and smooth... Also reliable which is the whole idea. I'm not trying to get all crazy here, I'm happy with what it makes right now, I just want a *little* more without sacrificing reliability.

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#3189875 - 11/07/08 03:12 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Nate047]
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Why small cams? More cam is always better. Can you not rev high enough with the LS crank to take advantage of Skunk S2's? All you should need for the fuel system is a decent (not Walbro) pump and a set of cheap DSM injectors, right?

You can usually find those for near-free and send them to this local guy, fuel system done: http://www.witchhunter.com/

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#3190061 - 11/07/08 04:05 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: SamuraiSam]
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Skunk2 is about as beefy as I can go without rebuilding the whole valvetrain. AGAIN, lol.

edit: and yea, some people will be all "Don't be a pussy you can rev it higher than 8, you can get bigger cams, blah blah blah..." But I don't want my shit to blow up again so I'm taking it easy. 185-190 would be plenty for me with an NA setup.

Nate


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#3190404 - 11/07/08 06:33 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Nate047]
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you should buy my BC III+'s \:\)

stick with the aem, dont go with one of those boxed looking intake setups. even my comptech icebox made me lose power. i took off the lid on one of my runs with the cams im running now, and i gained 15 whp lol. wasnt getting sufficient amount of air with that stupid ice box.

With the BC3+'s, i only made 178 on a dynojet, but i was still using the ice box at this point, and i was maxing out my 310's since i didnt have a 255 fuel pump at the time.

my buddy managed to get 195 whp on the same dyno with BC3's on his B18c w/PCT's. still using his oem dual spring valvetrain. hes had that setup for a couple of years now.

you should be fine with a walbro 255 and 310 injectors, or if you could find type arr injectors you could use thoes too, but youll probably max out the injector duty past 8500

the hatch looks fuckin clean, makes me wish i had vsm.
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#3190564 - 11/07/08 08:23 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Romeo a Go-Go]
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Nice!! So what is your setup these days then? Sorry I did not read thru this whole thread...

I have actually heard a lot about the Buddy 3's lately, LOL my buddy Kyle keeps saying "Buddy 3 or GTFO" lol... How is the drivability with those cams? Do they idle nicely, do you start up easy?? And thanks J, I really love this car but I still miss my FBP... Fuckin thieves.

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#3190611 - 11/07/08 09:04 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Nate047]
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B18C1
GSR rods+crank w/ PCT's

PR3 head
BuddyClub springs/retainers
Toda C's

Custom fab craptech intake ;\)
ITR IM/72mm TB/ITR header/test pipe/T1R mid pipe/ITR axle back

RC 310's/Walbro 255lph pump

Tuned on Power FC. Not to be confused with that piggyback shit. Making 172/131, need to replace my foam filter with a K&N, need a better header, and use my T1R axle back if I want to be in the 190 range. I wasnt making any power past 8k lol.

BCIII+'s idle fine (Toda's idle fine too with the right amount of vacuum.) Car would start to pick up after 3000 rpms. I was averaging 25 mpg street+highway, and around 29 on the highway.
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#3191669 - 11/08/08 02:12 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Romeo a Go-Go]
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Nate, there is a lot of technical information about valvesprings out there on a forum writeup that I will try to dig it up and post it. The engineering speak boils down to this: A really stiff valvespring is only necessary with a high lift AND high engine speed application, and a medium stiffness valvespring is fine on either a high lift/medium engine speed app or non-aggressive cam with high engine speed. So your 9000-rpm safe ITR springs should be fine with higher lift and duration like the BCIII's or S2S2.

Not enough fuel pump is a bad situation. Especially because at different temperatures and voltages your pump will max out at a different pressure/flow level, so the 'plateaued' area of your fuel map where you start really opening up the inject flow in msec, will have huge variances in running lean to rich or vice-versa. If you open the injector pulsewidth up and AFR does not go richer, time to back off. Easily lose an engine that way.

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#3193599 - 11/09/08 03:40 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: SamuraiSam]
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Good to know thanks! Put down 183/135 last night @ RREV... Gotta just wait and save for a while before I do anything...

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#3234631 - 11/22/08 08:48 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Romeo a Go-Go]
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 Originally Posted By: Romeo a Go-Go
B18C1
GSR rods+crank w/ PCT's

PR3 head
BuddyClub springs/retainers
Toda C's

Custom fab craptech intake ;\)
ITR IM/72mm TB/ITR header/test pipe/T1R mid pipe/ITR axle back

RC 310's/Walbro 255lph pump

Tuned on Power FC. Not to be confused with that piggyback shit. Making 172/131, need to replace my foam filter with a K&N, need a better header, and use my T1R axle back if I want to be in the 190 range. I wasnt making any power past 8k lol.

BCIII+'s idle fine (Toda's idle fine too with the right amount of vacuum.) Car would start to pick up after 3000 rpms. I was averaging 25 mpg street+highway, and around 29 on the highway.



Interesting. I made 191 with ITR cam's on a c5 block with PCT's. Stock injectors (91% duty cycle) and stock pump.
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#3234750 - 11/22/08 09:43 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: PurduinaSi]
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That's a generous dyno. ;\)

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#3236523 - 11/23/08 05:15 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Nate047]
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Indeed.

You need some SERIOUS work to break 200 whp on a 1.8 with this dyno.

Tune is perfect though. No knock, and getting 24/28 mpg.
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#3249836 - 11/28/08 03:08 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Romeo a Go-Go]
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Eh, the car proved itself many times while racing, it was fast as balls. I wish it were still around to race my M3 before I boost it.

The motor is still around, and made 223 whp with BC4's IIRC. It's been a while though..
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#3249853 - 11/28/08 03:15 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: PurduinaSi]
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LOL WUT I need to take my car to get Dyno'd at Bobby's shop LOL 200 whp here I come!!

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#3249898 - 11/28/08 03:31 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: Nate047]
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That was with a different head setup, cams, and much more supporting mods. It was retuned by the new owner at a different shop, not SlowMotion (where I had mine dyno'd originally).

Here's my old dyno that I just dug up:

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#3475900 - 02/12/09 08:47 PM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: PurduinaSi]
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Got rid of Power steering, changed plugs and degreed the exhaust cam 1 degree.

nice, noticeable power increases!

SAE



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#4140104 - 10/06/09 10:38 AM Re: Post your WHP and Mod's [Re: bdog]
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Loc: New York, NY
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