video of Dyno testing AR Performance's D16 turbo. After a recent posting of results on the whp claims http://honda-tech.com/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=41487361 we have got many questions as to the validity of our claims. This Dyno run was at 13.9 psi on a SP6262 turbo results 420whp. Engine setup is unported D16Z6 head on stock sleeve 10:1 piston and rod Y8 block. 1000cc injectors, AR Performance custom camshaft, S300 Hondata, E85 etc....
Turbo D16 540whp (AR Performance built by Casper)
New Dyno video 540whp+
and 355ft-lbs+ on new turbo and manifold
on E85. Ran 10.7 e.t.'s on 480 whp. Going to track today at 500whp tune. If
it hooks will try 540whp tune. Built by Casper @ AR Performance tuned by
Mark CPT. http://www.floridadirectautotransport.com
430+ hp turbo d16 honda civic dyno
Finally got all the bugs worked out.Made some changes since the clutch slip
injectors) and went in for a retune.The first full power pull made 423 whp.
I didn't get a vid of the 430+ pull because I have 5 Dyno vids already . Final exact
numbers were 433 whp and 353 ft-lbs of wheel tq on 28 .We stopped since
the car is on stock sleeves and I'm on a garrett 57 trim so I would have
maxed out at maybe 450-465 on 30-32 psi anyways
Not me in the video but one of my good friends who did some of my ecu
soldering work.We had a side bet on hp numbers and my gf won after all.
Track videos to come next spring since the season here is over.I may get
some street ripper vids up soon.
My Honda Civic D16 Turbo
D16Z6 turbo with GT3076R @0,48 bar
2011 with more power :D
my new Setup 2012 with E85: http://youtu.be/erLiJoWLSwg /
GOLDEN D16 TURBO By DNYRACING
THE FIRST STEP BEFORE THE turbo
APLICATION AND THE OTHER ACESSORIES
To watch this engine in place with turbo, watch the following link:
Para ver este motor instalado no carro com turbo veja este link:
Turbo DelSol SOHC D16 472hp/353tq
Scott's turbo D16. Laskey Racing built
motor. Benson Sleeves, Benson Micropolished Crank, Eagle Rods, CP Pistons,
Portflow CNC Ported Head, Supertech Valves Springs and Retainers, Bisimoto
1.2 Cam and Cam Gear, Go-Autoworks turbo
Manifold, BorgWarner T3 S362 with S200 Race Cover making it a S262, Tial
44mm Wastegate, Tial 50mm BOV, Edelbrock Victor X Intake Manifold, BR Fab
Catchcan Setup, Central Performance Custom Intercooler Piping, Bell 4.5" Core Intercooler, Full Custom 3" Exhaust With Removable Axleback Section
with Interchangeable Straight Pipe and Magnaflow Sections, Gearspeed
Treatment on Stock Transmission also installed a Quafe LSD, Stock Axles.
16" Rota Slipstreams 205/40/16 Falken Azenis.
Car was tuned by Tampa Mike in Mobile Alabama
The Metal Popping sound ended up being the cam. It broke at the cam gear
snapping the woodruff key in half and sheering the end of the cam off.
Honda build vid.wmv
Here is a quick video I made of the Sol build. For all the D guys out
there. The song is She Hates My D Series. I found it on DSO.
1996 Honda Civic EX TURBO D16z6 VTEC swap
my 1996 Civic EX built turbo. running 16
lbs. just so people know. I was on a budget for this and didnt put money
into making it nice. bought the car with a blown engine so swapped and turbo'd a engine in it and sold it right
after. So yes it was not tuned here yet, and I also wasnt pushing it
because I took this video for the person who bought it so i wasnt going to
beat on it and redline every gear like most people love to do. so enjoy my
cheap slow civic everyone
How to Turbo - Part 1
After buying a Euro car last episode, Marty discovers he has not yet found
his perfect vehicle... In this extended episode, we reveal what he got, and
show how to make it faster.
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was featured in this episode)
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