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Old 02-20-2019, 11:01 AM
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I'm looking to boost the budget lsv I'm building. Below is what I have/what is on my wish list to complete the build. I looking for reliability with at most 300-350whp. I have a few questions, what lbs valve springs and retainers I should use, what cc injector should I use, and what essential components can not be "Ebay Specials". Also, what am I missing to complete the build. Thanks!

WHAT I HAVE:
-B18b1 Bottom End Fresh Rebuild (Stock Ls Rods)
-b16 pr3 Head P/P
-Obd2 b16 Intake
-Gsr Cams
-p28 chipped sst
-Obd2-1 Jumper
-Stage 1 Clutch
-Lightweight Flywheel
-Valve Seals
-All new Crank Bearings/Rod/Thrust
-ARP rod/head Bolts
-Gsr Water Pump
-Gsr Timing Belt
-Gsr Oil Pump New
-Gsr Trans Lsd

ON THE EBAY WISH LIST:
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Ebay Adjustable Cam Gears
-Ebay Adjustable Fuel Pressure Reg
-Ebay 70mm TB
-Ebay 4 Bar Map
-Ebay Fuel Pump 255lph
-Nippon Turbo Pistons
-Cometic 2mm Head Gasket
-Name Brand Injectors
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Old 02-20-2019, 04:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Tegg206 View Post

ON THE EBAY WISH LIST:
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Ebay Adjustable Cam Gears
-Ebay Adjustable Fuel Pressure Reg
-Ebay 70mm TB
-Ebay 4 Bar Map
-Ebay Fuel Pump 255lph
-Nippon Turbo Pistons
-Cometic 2mm Head Gasket
-Name Brand Injectors
- NO
- NO
- NO
- NO
- NO
- NO
- USE GENUINE HONDA
- YES
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Old 02-21-2019, 04:53 AM
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Seriously tho, you claim you want reliability, so stop looking at ebay. Save up for some real parts and save yourself the headache.

Get some 1000cc injectors if going with e85, or 750's should work for 93. FIC is a good brand.
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