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Old 05-11-2009, 09:36 PM
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Default What turbo do I put in my accord?!?

I have a 2006 Honda accord coupe. It has a 2.4 liter inline 4 cylinder I-vtec engine. I need to know what turbo my car can handle and what would be the best choice for it. Any help would be great I'm new to turbochargers and Im a little lost. Thanks a lot.
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how much money are you willing to spend?
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Old 05-12-2009, 04:03 PM
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As much as I need to.
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Take the car to a performance shop near you... they will take care of it.
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Take it to Crawford Performance. Anyone see the SICK job they did to the Gymkana2 STi (DCSports: Ken Block)?
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My engine is very similar to the K24. I am going to use a MHI TD05H/18G turbo for the stock engine, then GT3076R for the built one.
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Toyota engines are more torquey though.
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Take it to Crawford Performance. Anyone see the SICK job they did to the Gymkana2 STi (DCSports: Ken Block)?
My god. That thing... I can't even put words to it.
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That STi is basically tuned to perfection. Driver is mad skilled though...couple of drifts I thought he couldnt make it but the car powered through. Amazing.
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Turbonetics!

I'd put one on mine but there is no actual kit made for the 6 cylinders, and I don't feel like custom tuning it with someone who has never tuned a turbo on a 6 cylinder. Too many things could go wrong with inexperience, I should do some more digging.

Call Gearhead! Where are you located? They turbo'd a ford focus wagon that is now chewing up and spitting out everything on the road. Yes, I said focus wagon. lol
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