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hi guys new to the forum as a member ive been creeping the forum for years lol. little info about me im from the toronto,canada region and im currently building a 92eg si ive had about 10 hondas all with swaps so im not new to it but my fav out of all was turbo d16y8 eg with a edelbrock kit. im not one to go with the crowd thats why i opted to go with a single cam again. So far the goal is around 450whp on a d16y8 using e98 and a haltech standalone. any input you guys can give me would be greatly appreciated hopefully i will have some pics up soon with a build thread
 

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kick off your build with installing and self tuning the haltech

learn its abilities and how to browse through all the settings.


welcome to the forums. browse some of the turbo builds to get an idea of how to setup on the good ol D.

Many may come in here and tell you to find a d16a6 or d16z6 crankshaft, but the y8 crank works just fine once you clean out the oil pump and port it slightly to allow better flow. do not shim.

have fun building! Be sure to use proper brand name parts where necessary, and hopefully join the ranks of 400whp+ on here
 

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kick off your build with installing and self tuning the haltech

learn its abilities and how to browse through all the settings.


welcome to the forums. browse some of the turbo builds to get an idea of how to setup on the good ol D.

Many may come in here and tell you to find a d16a6 or d16z6 crankshaft, but the y8 crank works just fine once you clean out the oil pump and port it slightly to allow better flow. do not shim.

have fun building! Be sure to use proper brand name parts where necessary, and hopefully join the ranks of 400whp+ on here
I recommend a D17 crankshaft ... but I'm a weirdo like that. :whistling:
 

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kick off your build with installing and self tuning the haltech

learn its abilities and how to browse through all the settings.


welcome to the forums. browse some of the turbo builds to get an idea of how to setup on the good ol D.

Many may come in here and tell you to find a d16a6 or d16z6 crankshaft, but the y8 crank works just fine once you clean out the oil pump and port it slightly to allow better flow. do not shim.

have fun building! Be sure to use proper brand name parts where necessary, and hopefully join the ranks of 400whp+ on here
Appreciate the point int the right direction i do have a little experience with the haltech I've used it on a couple of customer cars at my work and I must say I do prefer it over aem just for its user interface and ease of doing what ever you want basically with your inputs and outputs. You had mentioned the crankshafts is there a difference between the 1.6L cranks the 1.7 would be nice but not worth the extra work but then again I could be wrong
 
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