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Old 05-11-2018, 12:40 AM
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Hello everyone.....anybody know what whp i will get with h2b swap with this setup info??

h22a jdm stock block stock head
3" intake with bpi velocity stack
stock intake manifold and throttle body
1320 h2b header 2.5" collector
3" k teller exhaust with straight thro vibrant muffler
itr lsd gearbox with 4.4 fd
Yonaka 6 puck clutch kit
fidannza 7.5 lbs flywheel
balance shaft delete
no steering, no ac, vms lightweight crank pulley


and what time at 1/4 mile strip with this setup in ek chassis with 2400 lbs with driver and skunk 2 drag coilovers with 23" slick and what time with street tires, all that with approximation...
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Old 05-11-2018, 06:07 AM
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Only way to know is to dyno and run it.
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Old 05-11-2018, 08:54 AM
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It'll make around 200whp. It should also run somewhere in the 12s if you can drive.

Really hard to say though, only way to find out is run it on the dyno and take it to the track.
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Around 200whp.. you should be able to hit mid 12s..

If you don't have the flywheel yet, i'd invest in something like a Hondata S300.. you will get more out of that with a good tuner. Also you're set up for future upgrades.
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Old 05-11-2018, 12:53 PM
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Thanks for reply guys.....pippen you think with s300 i will get more whp than p28 ecu chipped or socketed???
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Old 05-11-2018, 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Boghia16 View Post
Thanks for reply guys.....pippen you think with s300 i will get more whp than p28 ecu chipped or socketed???
It should make the same power on either one as long as the tuner is good.
The S300 just has more features.

I prefer Neptune RTP, works great and it's a little cheaper than the S300.
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Old 05-11-2018, 11:31 PM
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How you launch guys??? What rpm and slicks pressure??? With preload or dump the clutch immediate????
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Old 05-14-2018, 07:51 AM
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Always preload on radial tires. I haven't run slicks before so someone else will have to chime in on that. I preload and launch at the RPM that is best for my engine/suspension/vehicle weight/track prep/track temp/clutch/tire pressure/tire compound, based entirely on how I felt it do on the launch previous. That's what I'm trying to say, your question can't be answered with any degree of accuracy unless by someone with your EXACT same engine/clutch/hp/tq/vehicle weight, EXACT same track, EXACT same day.

Just go to the track and launch it. If you spin and go nowhere, launch at a lower RPM next run, lower pressure, etc. If you bog and go nowhere, launch at a higher RPM. It's that simple.
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Old 05-15-2018, 10:43 AM
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Always preload. Less stress on the drivetrain.

As for S300 or Neptune.. go with whatever your tuner has more experience with. My point is that you should be able to get more from your ride.
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Old 05-20-2018, 07:51 PM
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Originally Posted by DumpdEJ6 View Post
Always preload on radial tires. I haven't run slicks before so someone else will have to chime in on that. I preload and launch at the RPM that is best for my engine/suspension/vehicle weight/track prep/track temp/clutch/tire pressure/tire compound, based entirely on how I felt it do on the launch previous. That's what I'm trying to say, your question can't be answered with any degree of accuracy unless by someone with your EXACT same engine/clutch/hp/tq/vehicle weight, EXACT same track, EXACT same day.

Just go to the track and launch it. If you spin and go nowhere, launch at a lower RPM next run, lower pressure, etc. If you bog and go nowhere, launch at a higher RPM. It's that simple.

Thanks agains guys!!! What you think about 205/60/13 m&h racemasters with dot aproved??? I will participate at the streey category and i need some dot slicks...
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Old 05-20-2018, 07:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Pippen_001 View Post
Always preload. Less stress on the drivetrain.

As for S300 or Neptune.. go with whatever your tuner has more experience with. My point is that you should be able to get more from your ride.

Thanks agains guys!!! What you think about 205/60/13 m&h racemasters with dot aproved??? I will participate at the streey category and i need some dot slicks...
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