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Old 03-05-2009, 06:44 AM   #1
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Icon2 installing turbo kit on 98 civic coupe need help

i just picked up a kit with 2 sets of piping civic and integra piping im sure there is a site or post on here that will give me step by step instructions on how to put my turbo kit on my b18c in my 98 coupe but i couldnt find one anyone know where i can get instruckions or step by step to putting my turbo kit on my b18 coupe please help! also my rear tires are getting killed from cambering in my car is dropped 2 inches and i have block lower controll arms what should i do to straightn them out i only have 15inch rota gt3s on her thanks for they help everybody and im planning on running 22psi on a built block with skunk 2 pro mani turbonetics turbo kit aem fuel rail block fuel press reg fuel pump is all i got now what else should i buy wat size injectors are u guys thinking any help would b great im trying to build a 10 sec coupe and i love the b18 so help me out guys thanks
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Default Re: installing turbo kit on 98 civic coupe need help

http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=1263795 - great turbo kit install how to.

On the rear, if you want to fix the camber easily and inexpensively, check out http://www.team-integra.net/sections...?ArticleID=744

-Although, its probably your Toe that is causing that crazy wear, no worries, just fix your camber with a few washers, then get an alignment.

You may be getting in a little over your head just yet, building a 10 second honda takes some know how if you plan on doing this yourself (and money). You might want to stick with 300 whp or so before you tear it all down and rebuild again, chances are to run 10's you don't have a big enough turbo and your manifold isnt going to cut it, along with a lot of other parts.. Not trying to be a dick just saying.

Some supporting parts for a turbo kit you need that you may or may not have, fuel pump (popular kind is the $100 walboro 255), injectors (550 cc will work with 300 whp or so), clutch, catch canister, as well as some others im sure.
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thanks for the help but i wan push 450 to the wheeles with 22psi i know its gona b a ton of work but i have the money and want to put in the time thanks for all the help man ur awesome
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