well your also gonna need a manifold to mount that turbo on there. your deffinatly gonna need a fmu and fuel pump, try a vortech fmu and msd pump. and thats pretty much the basic things. also get a boost gauge for sure.
Mr. CR-V said:I know I need a manifold. I think I'm going to get a cast-iron manifold for a GSR, because I think those fit the B20. If not, I'll have a custom one fabricated.
So, a Vortech FMU, a pump, and a boost gauge. You think 15 psi is safe for the engine? Thanks again.
Most people go with a 255lph (liter per hour) fuel pump.Several companies make them like holly (walbro),msd,bosch,vorec,etc.When you order one make sure you specify that it 's for a forced induction engine.I know summit racing sells one made by holly that is designed for turbo/supercharged applications.Mr. CR-V said:What brand/size pump and brand/rating FMU do you recommend for my application then?
Also, can anyone confirm that a GSR turbo manifold will fit my B20 block? Thanks.
i had a friend who turbocharged his gsr. he was running 9psi and it only lasted a month before one of the cylinders went kabooom. you cant run 15psi on a high compression engine, so there is no way this guy can use 15psi on stock internals. on the other had ive been running 7psi on my civic for nearly a year without any problems on stock internals.SoFlaGS-T said:15 psi on the 14b will not give major cfm's like other turbos would... like the t3/t4, or the 18g... the 14b is a small turbo... i dont see why not
That turbo is about the same size as th one that comes in th greddy kit rite,well would you crank th boost up to 15psi on a stock civic with a greddy kit? no.SoFlaGS-T said:15 psi on the 14b will not give major cfm's like other turbos would... like the t3/t4, or the 18g... the 14b is a small turbo... i dont see why not