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Old 01-24-2011, 02:43 PM
 
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Default 400hp Twin Turbo V6 Accord

Hey Guys and Girls


I'm new to your site and Ive been a member of V6p for a while. Im reaching out to other 7th gen brothers/sisters and I wanted to post a thread of my new goals for 2011, reaching 400hp+.

Ive been concentrating on the show stuff so much and now I want to concentrate more on the power. So I'll be adding more parts to help me increase power without having to do internals. This thread will give pics of how to install the parts (in a nut shell) then pic/video coverage of the dyno to see if I reach my goal.

Last time I went for my dyno my clutch kept slipping, so I'll be doing 2 dyno runs, the 1st with my new clutch with 9 lbs boost (hope to see a jump in numbers from 350hp) and the 2nd with the meth injection and with 11-12lbs.

Parts to be installed.
1. AEM meth injection
2. Clutch Masters stage 3 clutch kit
3. AEM boost controller

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1. AEM meth injection

the AEM meth injection is a very reliable and is a well priced product. It is used by both Peter-san and Shaun.

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You want to find a place that will securely hold the tank, I do not have much room to use because of my sound system so the best place was the plastic piece at the back of the trunk.

Dr Choos is cutting excess material from the plastic piece to fit the tank.

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Using four bolts to secure the tank, I will use these for now till I can get something a little more pretty for show purposes.

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Placement for the pump, mine is right under my amps, the plate is being used to hold the tank in place

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bolts to be fastened to the bracket

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tank in with pump secure

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time to run the wiring, the wires provided by AEM were just a tad too short so we used a quality 4 colored wire to run, here we're running the wiring on the driver side of the car

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removal of back seat needed

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wires ran through the driver side passenger plastic panel

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running the wires and line through driver side door molding

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connecting the wires to the pump and the tubing from tank to pump. (a wiring diagram is provided and is very easy to use)

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running the tubing and power wire through the fire wall

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finishing up the wiring of the controller, mine will be under the steering column (details on how to use the controller will be with the dyno run)

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the indication light was fitted under my clifford alarm light, the green light indicates when the meth is being used and when the tank is empty

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connecting the power to the battery

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1 of the 2 tubings ran into the firewall is used to measure boost, here it was connected into one of the boost lines

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my old NOS nozzel was removed and the AEM one fit perfect into it, the 2nd tubing was connected to that, which will carry the meth/water mixture, there are 3 different nozzels provided depending on how much HP your making, I installed the 2nd one but may switch to the 3rd one which is rated for 350hp+

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install complete!

This is my first install where I took pics of someone doing the work, please forgive me if there isnt any specifics or anything is missing.

I have the methanol on order, and will take pics on how to mix that.

Next is installing the Clutch Master stage 3 clutch, please stay tuned for that!

After the boost controller is installed, dyno tuning will be next
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Old 01-25-2011, 01:14 AM
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Holy crap, wow. I want a video of that dyno please
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:52 PM
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would like to see a video as well.
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Old 06-09-2011, 08:57 PM
 
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Hey guys

its been a while, wanted to post some updated info, ill be adding the following parts and will be redoing my fuel system going from a external pump to a internal pump using a Deatschwerks 300LPH hi flow intake pump

Parts to be installed.
1. AEM meth injection
2. Clutch Masters stage 3 clutch kit
3. AEM boost controller
4. AEM air/fuel
5. AEM meth gauge
6. Deatschwerks RSX 800cc injectors (changing from MDX 420cc injectors)
7. Deatschwerks internal 300lph fuel pump (changing from Walbro 240lph external fuel pump)

all parts are in, now have to make time to install everything

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stage 3

Clutchmasters.com - High Performance Clutches and Flywheels

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gauges

Official AEM Air Induction Systems and Performance Electronics Site - The AEM Home Page

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comparing stock injectors to the RSX

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Deatschwerks 800cc RSX injectors
Deatschwerks 300+ LPH High in-tank flow fuel pump

DeatschWerks.com - Fuel your Passion for Performance
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