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Apply turbo for B18C1 engine

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Old 01-07-2018, 04:25 AM   #1
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Hello guys, i'm kinda new with this forum and I have curious problem. I will buy an Integra in the future it's Integra 2001 GS-R and I want to do build up some mods. I'm not mechanic right now but I want to modify my car by my own cause it's kinda fun. So go to main topic, can we add a turbo into B18C1 engine. Does any one in here have already add turbo into the engine and can you give me some advice and knowledge about that? Hope to see someone have some idea about this topic. Thank you.:
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Your font is to big.



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I'm sorry for that.

Thank for you answer.
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are you just going to put a turbo on or build the motor?
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I think i gonna build the motor
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Have you built a motor before? If not, i suggest just giving the motor to someone to build.
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Actually i don't know how to build a motor but i willing to learn, that's what I want, to build my own car...thank for your suggestions
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it depends on what you mean by building the motor yourself. Are you doing machine work in your garage or just having a machine shop do the machine work and you slap a head on the assembled block?
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I doing machine work in my own garage by myself, that's why I need some advice from people who already do it because engine is kinda important.
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