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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 2:20 pm 
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^^^^ yeah will wouldnt it cause its na it dosent need to suck in any more hot air ... the boxes are design for a reason.... i reckon...

any car would benifit from a closed air box design.. but force induction .. hence the "force" part its abit easier for the turbo cars to get away with it..

if its all rounder i say good suspension on a car like the autech s15 would be so much fun to drive around the twisty and a good learner drifiter car..

umm power wise.. .. what most guys have said on top. oh how about light ass 16x8 or 16x9 to keep everything nice and light but also have good grip ....

different diff ratio mayb?

welcome to N/A honda land and for some AE86.. for money you put in you get less kw . thus turbo is so much better for the pocket.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 2:30 pm 
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Car: Silvia S15 Spec R Autech
i jus wanna know what parts i can use thats all


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:16 am 
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funny you say that its got nismo suspension and a trust exhaust system the autech tunned extractors which you wont get much better then and the K&N extreem filter looking to go to a aftermarket airbox rather then the pod just gotta work a few things out and iv heard i can get alot more power out of the FC cause it can control the VVTi in the autech getting that acceleration any further idea's? and the car yes it does come standard with a lightened flywheel and from what i have been told thats pretty much the top of the line for this car


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 5:22 pm 
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I have an AUtech with quad throttle bodies+inlet manifold (and fuel rails)-brand Ikeya Formula, and run them with a HKS FconV Pro ecu. Its works pretty good. i think these quaddies are also good for turbo engines too.

You could look inot getting this set up, which should be designed for the SR20 engine.

Cheers.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 2:18 pm 
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Daimler wrote:
I have an AUtech with quad throttle bodies+inlet manifold (and fuel rails)-brand Ikeya Formula, and run them with a HKS FconV Pro ecu. Its works pretty good. i think these quaddies are also good for turbo engines too.

You could look inot getting this set up, which should be designed for the SR20 engine.

Cheers.


sounds pretty good... how m,uch ur set up cost u?? and how much RWK u making??

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