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easiest engine swap for a d16y8

 
Old 06-02-2011, 02:44 PM
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jetta/golf diesel... BMW diesel maybe? that's my guess. wouldnt be a honda...
lol no not honda. its a 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 6 speed Cummins diesel
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Here we go with this 10PSI crap.
Says the one with "10PSI" in the sig.

Sorry...couldn't help it. lol
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Says the one with "10PSI" in the sig.

Sorry...couldn't help it. lol
But my **** is boosted is it not? It ALSO says what turbo that 10PSI is running on.
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lol no not honda. its a 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 6 speed Cummins diesel
that was my second guess. 2011's are sweet, trade up!
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never understood the whole D series thing. get a B series, then turbo that later if you really want a turbo. SOHC VTEC motors just aren't the same feeling as a DOHC. i wouldn't turbo a D series and make 160 wheel hp when i could run a B18C5 with bolt ons tuned and run more. just saying, price out each, depends on your budget obviously, just wouldn't want you to spend more on a turbo then a stock RSX still pulls on you.
Hey i have a 97 ex i want to swap i was origionally planning to do a LSvtec but people a lot of people said do a B swap or h22 swap my goal is 500hp turbocharged and some what driven reliably 3-4 days of the week and raced on the street and track pretty is B swap a good option for how i plan my build? And to the swap and your comment Does it take much rewiring to b swap would that take a lot of cutting and welding and bashing the trannie wall im okay with that but want to get all the hardest things to swap be known any other things that would be pretty hard other than normal routine of swapping? This is my first swap and i just want to research and do it myself hope to get soem answers thanks
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