I'm was in the same boat as you. I decided to put together my own kit. I got some parts used, a lot brand new, and I'll end up spending about $2200. But it's going to be sweet, and I'm not worried about blowing my car up.DVL98civ said:i have a 98 civc with a b16 swap i have money to do both , but i'm not sure if i have enough money to put into to the engine if the turbo messes things up all the time so which one should i do?
Well this is a tough question because there's any number of people who'll give you good arguments to both. There's a bunch of all-motor speedsters out there who are running 11s with their track car. The same is true for A-X. Lots of good all-motor setups with good times.red civic hb said:Which would be better for...
Drag....?? turbo or all motor
Auto-Xing...?? turbo or all motor
Ah...a good question. This is where the specs of the turbo will help determine spool up time as well as his compression ratio. This is fact:Mafioso said:with a daily driver wouldnt he want to do a smaller turbo rather than the t03/04 bcuz of the larger spool time on the bigger turbo?