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whats about the quickest time u can get a all motor GSR in 1/4 times, and maybe like whats average that most people get there all motor GSR, and how about turbo GSR running low boost,heh
 

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any high boostin GSR's heh...i know with stock compression ratio higher then the B18b runs less, on stock internals what would probably be the highest one would want to go
 

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any high boostin GSR's heh...i know with stock compression ratio higher then the B18b runs less, on stock internals what would probably be the highest one would want to go
so are you saying that if you turbocharge a LS and GSR that the LS will outrun the GSR?


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im not saying that, im just saying its known that the b18b is better for turbo applications using stock internals
it's only has known to be, but do you have hard facts? i know that the LS has potential, but why do people always think that the LS is better to boost than a GSR? they are the same...


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An all motor gsr as an everyday driver you could run low 14, if you do break into the 13'S you will prob. see alot more down time from breaking shit. If you turbo with stock bottom end 13.2( thats what the gsr we just finished at the shop ran with a mild setup.

98 gsr
jdm ITR +25 pistons
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hey jay i dont know much about integras but i do know that the ls and the gsr are not the same, they may have the same block but they do not have the same compression ratio (from what was implied). now im guessing here but the ls probably has a lower compression version of the gsr motor. when using forced induction (turbo/supercharger) engines with lower compression ratios can usually take a bit more boost than the same engine with higher compression, all while still having stock internals, therefore the low compression higher boost usually produces a little more hp, someone please correct me if im wrong
 

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stock gsr with a greddy kit 5.5 psi expect low-mid 14s, and a stock gsr wtih a drag kit, expect really high 13s or really low 14s. thats with everything else remotely stock, and those times can be severely lowered with minor additions
people tend to be unrealistic with their car, and expect to slap on a turbo and be hittin' 12s, or a quick n/a set up and hit 13s.

and obviously it's safer to use higher boost in an LS(over a gsr)... but even though the compression ratio is higher in a gsr, that means it would need(theoreticaly) less boost to reach a certain hp figure. probably around 3-4 psi if everything is identical.
 

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on stock internals the LS could boost more. it wouldn't have to be faster though. if you are going to invest the money in a turbo, invest the money in your engine and get it done right.
 

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I am wanting turbo!!!! Need for speed!!

I just did greddy header, aem cold air , and exhaust ( w/ nitto drags) and run consistant low 14.8's 92mph avg. so couple bolt-ons and traction easy 14's!

I am wanting to go turbo for 13's and 100mph+ !!!

Now just time to charge and save some money!!!

Since I have 4yrs of payments ahead and daily driver I am leaning towards the Greddy kit.

Is it just the Drag kit has a bigger turbo?? I would be happy w/ 13's..then when I get bored w/ that build the internals and turn up the boost more!! Then to a bigger turbo' I think atleast, ehhee,

Lates!

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