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SC kit for k24w

I know about a year or so ago, there was a centrifugal type supercharger kit for the k24w (can't find it now for some reason). I also know that slickfab makes a turbo kit for both the I4 and V6 models, and I've actually came across another custom turbo kit for the k24w on YouTube. Was doing some browsing today and came across a complete SC kit for the k24w:

Company is based in Russia, so I've never heard of them or even know how credible they are. They do provide dyno charts on their website (don't know how legitimate they are either).

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I'd say it's rediculously cheap... Would you install a turbo kit worth less than 250$ plus shipping? I can't say whether it's reliable, nobody can, I guess. But isn't this suspiciously cheap? Subscribed to watch it burn...

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I didn't see any pricing anywhere on that site. Also, I've heard of Rotrex. If memory serves, those are the blowers that Kraftwerks and several other companies use in their setups. The blower alone goes for just over $2k. As for the Russian site, I'd say keep shopping around unless you actually read, write and speak Russian.

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Um, yeah - let us know how it turns out. The English on that site is from a bad James Bond movie.....

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This is the same set up Honda uses for the supercharged HFP CRZ


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I didn't see any pricing anywhere on that site. Also, I've heard of Rotrex. If memory serves, those are the blowers that Kraftwerks and several other companies use in their setups. The blower alone goes for just over $2k. As for the Russian site, I'd say keep shopping around unless you actually read, write and speak Russian.
My bad. I mistook the pages. The actual prices range from 3849 to 4399 euro for K-series if I read it correctly this time...



Still, I'm not sure if the kits in the chart are those of Rotrex...
The problem is that even a branded part does not guarantee the quality of the whole set. Who takes a chance?

To be honest, I can't understand why one should bother to buy a 5000$ kit and spend almost the same amount of money to have it shipped, installed and tuned if he still has the transmision which will barely handle additional power and will burn sooner or later? Why not invest the same money in something with more horses at the same price? Well, I guess this is a question constantly asked here...

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My bad. I mistook the pages. The actual prices range from 3849 to 4399 euro for K-series if I read it correctly this time...



Still, I'm not sure if the kits in the chart are those of Rotrex...
The problem is that even a branded part does not guarantee the quality of the whole set. Who takes a chance?

To be honest, I can't understand why one should bother to buy a 5000$ kit and spend almost the same amount of money to have it shipped, installed and tuned if he still has the transmision which will barely handle additional power and will burn sooner or later? Why not invest the same money in something with more horses at the same price? Well, I guess this is a question constantly asked here...
haha, yea...... that does get asked here alot. I guess the fact of being different. The 9th gen accord is a good looking car, and can be an ultimate sleeper if boosted. I've owned my fair share of fast cars which I have modded; EVO X, corvette, boosted S2K, Cobalt SS, etc. It's the same question I've seen when I was in the Ford Probe scene, why spend all that money in a car than just getting a faster car? I guess that's what drives the market tho, individuals willing to do something different, etc.

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haha, yea...... that does get asked here alot. I guess the fact of being different. The 9th gen accord is a good looking car, and can be an ultimate sleeper if boosted. I've owned my fair share of fast cars which I have modded; EVO X, corvette, boosted S2K, Cobalt SS, etc. It's the same question I've seen when I was in the Ford Probe scene, why spend all that money in a car than just getting a faster car? I guess that's what drives the market tho, individuals willing to do something different, etc.

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Oh, that's perfectly clear. I do appreciate individualism and spending any amount of money on one's project. I meant something different. It makes sense for me to build a honda to beat a ferrari, I admire 1998jza80's job, but I can't see the point in boosting K24 when you already have J35 V6 at your fingertips. Only to show it's possible? For how long?
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Oh, that's perfectly clear. I do appreciate individualism and spending any amount of money on one's project. I meant something different. It makes sense for me to build a honda to beat a ferrari, I admire 1998jza80's job, but I can't see the point in boosting K24 when you already have J35 V6 at your fingertips. Only to show it's possible? For how long?
yea, I would've most definitely bought a v6, but they didn't have one in the sedan that was 6 speed manual. I think if Honda made the v6 6 speed manual in sedan form, there would've been a greater aftermarket for these cars.

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yea, I would've most definitely bought a v6, but they didn't have one in the sedan that was 6 speed manual. I think if Honda made the v6 6 speed manual in sedan form, there would've been a greater aftermarket for these cars.
I disagree. Look at the abysmal sales numbers of the 06-07 v6 6 speed sedans. There wasn't much of an aftermarket for the sedans period. Most of the stuff out there had to be adapted from the coupes.

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I disagree. Look at the abysmal sales numbers of the 06-07 v6 6 speed sedans. There wasn't much of an aftermarket for the sedans period. Most of the stuff out there had to be adapted from the coupes.
oh, ok. didn't know that.

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Yeah, a 6-6 sedan would’ve been a must purchase for me had they still offered them.

OP, I came across that website a few months ago. Cool to see that there are both SC/turbo options for our platform but a real boosted K24W owner’s experience/advice would make me feel more comfortable before proceeding with anything. Regardless of how much time or money or problems one might run into, it’s worth a go to create something unique and fun. I contacted a few reputable Honda/Acura performance shops on the east coast inquiring a proper build but haven’t had any luck so far (expectingly). There’s a guy in Florida who recently sold his entire turbo kit from his 6 speed CR2 for 5k including a custom fabbed 3 inch exhaust. I won’t share his info on here for privacy reasons but I contacted him back when he first boosted his Sport and he said that he ultimately redid the kit four times before he had to rebuild his transmission. He even had a custom flange being made to run four more injectors. The biggest issue after the kit itself would be having a solid tune. Slickfab also sells kits but at the end of the day, it’s a lot of money once you factor in tuning and custom fab work so I’d rather spend it once I find someone who has experience with the same project.

All in all, there’s a lot of work that has to be done but it can be worth it if you know what you’re gettng into.
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Yeah, a 6-6 sedan would’ve been a must purchase for me had they still offered them.

OP, I came across that website a few months ago. Cool to see that there are both SC/turbo options for our platform but a real boosted K24W owner’s experience/advice would make me feel more comfortable before proceeding with anything. Regardless of how much time or money or problems one might run into, it’s worth a go to create something unique and fun. I contacted a few reputable Honda/Acura performance shops on the east coast inquiring a proper build but haven’t had any luck so far (expectingly). There’s a guy in Florida who recently sold his entire turbo kit from his 6 speed CR2 for 5k including a custom fabbed 3 inch exhaust. I won’t share his info on here for privacy reasons but I contacted him back when he first boosted his Sport and he said that he ultimately redid the kit four times before he had to rebuild his transmission. He even had a custom flange being made to run four more injectors. The biggest issue after the kit itself would be having a solid tune. Slickfab also sells kits but at the end of the day, it’s a lot of money once you factor in tuning and custom fab work so I’d rather spend it once I find someone who has experience with the same project.

All in all, there’s a lot of work that has to be done but it can be worth it if you know what you’re gettng into.
Have you tried and called InlinePro here in Springfield, VA?

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Have you tried and called InlinePro here in Springfield, VA?
I have not. Have you inquired about a build to any shops around us yet?


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