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Old 05-15-2007, 01:10 PM
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Good Turbo Kit For H22

i am looking to go turbo on my 5th gen prelude but dont know where is a good place to start looking and wheather to buy it peace by peace or a whole set up and wht do i need can someone help
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Old 05-15-2007, 02:49 PM
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if you've replaced your internals, atleast a stage 2 on everything (unless u wanna run low boost) which includes all the usual...cams, clutch, pistons, rods, etc...then I would suggest looking on precisionturbo.net, my friend went through three kits for his H22 and (drag, turbonetics, and now Garrett which he purchased off of there) and hes getting the most out of a kit from off there, I went up to the dyno and the specialists there also recommended the site...they should have a good warranty too for whatever you decide to get...
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for a full kit..go with the one i think im gonna go with...blaast performance
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I did it piece-by-piece... I'm only waiting on the manifold and downpipe from blaast performance and I'll be all set.
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so its best to go with blaast performance and i have a std tranny but every one told me stay auto because its better for the track is that true
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so its best to go with blaast performance and i have a std tranny but every one told me stay auto because its better for the track is that true

hahahahaha, please never EVER listen to whomever told you this information, they couldn't be farther from the truth.
honda's auto tranny's have been known to be complete sh1t, especially when you start adding boost to the equation.... they'll blow up in no time.
stick with your manual

deafy, you still haven't gotten your manifold yet???
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But you need that scoop on the hood. Is it true that they're big enough to fit your lunch box and all your camera gear in it?
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Old 05-16-2007, 03:17 PM
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ok then i will do my tranny swap
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as for the blaastperf turbo kits, i've heard pretty good things about them, and thats a pretty good price for an entire kit

but if you wanna get it for even cheaper and learn alot more, piece together your own kit
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as for the blaastperf turbo kits, i've heard pretty good things about them, and thats a pretty good price for an entire kit

but if you wanna get it for even cheaper and learn alot more, piece together your own kit
tru, but u also get double the headache and by the time u buy all of the little bits and pieces that u need (flanges, fittings, couplers, ic piping) u may end up spending close to the same amount.
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tru, but u also get double the headache and by the time u buy all of the little bits and pieces that u need (flanges, fittings, couplers, ic piping) u may end up spending close to the same amount.
You may be right about that... I think I saved a bit of money though. The manifold/dp and hondata s300 really put me over the top but other than that, it was easy sailing.

Blaastperformance had to move their facilities so they should start making mine on June 1st. Then I'll finally be driving my baby and whoop my buddy's scooby stage 2.5.
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blaast is doing ur manifold and dp? u may have been better off gettin the full blaast kit then! haha anyway...is s300 that much better than crome? why didnt u go with crome? also whats a scooby stage 2.5?
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I originally had the tsudo turbo manifold but it wouldn't fit unless I got a half-sized radiator and there would be issues with the air filter. So I just went ahead and ordered it from blaast. I sent him my WG flanges and o2 sensor bungs so I wouldn't get charged extra for them.
I've not had experience with crome but with the ease of s300, I can't see how crome would be better. S300 offers some things that crome doesn't and I like to monitor everything via laptop. It may be expensive but I'd say thats the best route to go.
Scooby Stage 2.5 is the Subaru WRX with COBB stage 2.5 map. The 2.5 map requires vf30/vf34 turbo upgrade, STi injectors, 3" full turbo-back exhaust. Supposedly pushes 320hp to the crank.
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thanks guys for the info ya i am going to get my turbo parts soon so now i will be turbo
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i have a std tranny
ewww thats nasty no matter how u look at it
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