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Old 05-16-2007, 01:08 PM
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What would you do next?

Give me some Ideas what would you do next?
If you had a:

4th gen
JDM H23A
full suspension
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Old 05-16-2007, 01:15 PM
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hmmm for me i would be stuck between lip kit, and gathering internals to start a nice build up.

i know performance goes before exterior but we all like out ludes looking clean as well as having powa. goodluck on the build.
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well.. how much money do you have???
an entire lip kit could be $100, whereas a built motor could be $4K. clutch and flywheel, $1K, etc etc


since you already have the basic suspension and I/H/E, save your $$ til you're ABSOLUTELY positive what you wanna spend it on. i know, its tough. we've all been there
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Old 05-16-2007, 02:54 PM
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im in ur same position but I'm going with a paint job cuz I need one badly...but I would go with a Kaminari lip or WWRS lip kit for cosmetics and if ur lookin' for performance I would probably buy injectors and cams...
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Old 05-17-2007, 01:04 PM
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Well I know building my motor sounds good. But I don't know how I want to build it yet. I'm hell bent on building a monstous h23 that nobody has ever done, But I have recently became addicted to high rpms. I want to beable to impress everyone with an h22 that revs to 9000. Or an H22 with a 2.5L stroker kit on it and 9:1 compression with a JRSC strapped to it. Or the infamous H23VTEC. So I don't know. Cause in order to build my motor I would have to have another car. And I've recently came across a deal. My friend is selling me his 4th gen for 3000 and all i have to do is pay him is 100 a month. But this is 2 weeks after someone gave me an 88 RX-7.......FOR FREE. but it has no title and possibly a blown motor. And to answer a previous question I have a 1000 to work with right now. So any advice would be helpful. Oh the bb2 has a new f22b in it. Runs good for awhile then it just dies on me at idle. So now im stuck between a rock and 4 hard places.
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Cold air intake, turbocharger, and racing pistons for a start.Then the flywheel and clutch.
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Cold air intake, turbocharger, and racing pistons for a start.Then the flywheel and clutch.

haha, that made me giggle

since you're young, i'll be nice. if you are turbo'd, you dont need a CAI, because the charge piping for the intercooler replaces it.
also, turbo's aren't exactly the easiest of things to just bolt on and go. my turbo project has taken about 5 months, from beginning to end.
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There's no point in building internals if your tranny can't handle it. Get the clutch and flywheel. Plus you'll see immediate results anyway.
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Give me some Ideas what would you do next?
If you had a:

4th gen
JDM H23A
full suspension
i/h/e/cat/ignition

What i would do next since you've completed basically all of the bolt-on's is:

TUNE


squeeze as much power out of your setup as possible.



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Just wondering dude.I always heard people day that turbo's are the best bang for their buck.I dont't know much about mod's just the bascis of cars.Thats why I joined the site.Could you give me a few pointers then?Like how much items cost and when the most ideal points would be to install them.Like cold ait intake and stuff? thx=p
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