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post #1 of 14 Old 02-05-2010, 11:21 AM Thread Starter
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Turbo Kit for the 4cyl?

Ok, probly won't every get one, but just wondering what a turbo 2.4L accord will run in the 1/4 mile approx. what kind of HP numbers?


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You'll make 180whp at 6lbs non-intercooled, 240whp at 8lbs, and 260whp at 10lbs, all pulls require KPRO'd ecu engine management, a good tune, breathing mods for the engine, an appropriately sized snail, and minimum 91 octane

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post #3 of 14 Old 02-05-2010, 02:22 PM
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How much is the cost for everything and where can you get it? Will stock engine be o.k for 240hp?
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I did a quick shopping.google.com search and it finally brought me to ebay for a full kit. I found a lot of the individual parts you'd need (ie. manifold, intercooler, turbo) but here is a link to the eBay item

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Don't buy a turbo off eBay. If you want a turbo, sell your Accord and buy an Evo or STi.

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Don't buy a turbo off eBay. If you want a turbo, sell your Accord and buy an Evo or STi.

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+1 to the that

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^ that's kind of what I figured. WRX's are turbo cars and have more support aftermarket. Accord is what it is. Just a brain fart I had, and curious.

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The only Accord I know that still work after being turboed are the 4Gens. I know a guy who's got one pushing out about 350hp.

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Some guy on here has a turbo 7th gen.

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^ that's kind of what I figured. WRX's are turbo cars and have more support aftermarket. Accord is what it is. Just a brain fart I had, and curious.
No its cool man, I had looked into doing it to my 6th Gen, but then I found out all that goes into maintaining a turbo setup and I backed out. My next purchase was a V6 6 Speed, and it is in my mind what an average 4 cyl turbo would have been on stock internals.

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I hear K-series engines are good for quite a bit of horsepower, 260 seems like nothing. Back in 05 an Accord pulled something like 301whp and 310wtq with a turbo kit and nothing else. With breathing mods and beefier internals I'm sure you could bump it up easily.
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na, just was throwing ideas out. I think the WRX is a better route. Car comes turbo, and is much faster stock. Less mod'n, less cash to go much faster.

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There's a moderator on elitecm.net that has a turbo 7th gen putting down 456whp and hasn't blown anything. He's running 10" wide wheels and has trouble keeping the tires from spinning in 1st thru 3rd. His name is Cham. K series engines are a lot beefier than people give them credit for. There's another member that has a S/C Accord that has somewhere in the 350whp range. Stock internals.

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There's a reason Honda enthusiasts are starting to gravitate away from H22 swaps and into the K-swaps.
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