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you have a ways to go buddy
 

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Ye by 150 - 160bhp i'm meaning at the flywheel, i'd have to have a pretty big wallet for a 160whp N/A d16.
thats why u dont say BHP or WHP because brake wheel power and wheel power are not FLYWHEEL power. but to make 140-150 at the flywheel shouldnt be to hard! good luck man

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Keep in mind, much of the horsepower to you will be comes from your tuning. So, if you investing in tuning gear and learning how to do it may be the best upgrade you can do for your car.
 

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eyal 951 can i view your mods list anywhere
The link I posted 2 posts above yours is a build thread, but to make things even easier, here:

The Build:

D16Z6 Bottom end (from 1995 Civic Si VTEC)
-D16A6 (PM6 CRX Si) Pistons
-Completly rebuild and cleaned with new everything
-Bored .040 Over (from 75mm to 76mm bores)
-New Exedy Clutch
-Exedy Lightweight Flywheel
-ARP headstuds
-decked .010
-11.2:1 CR

D16Y8 Head (from 2000 Civic EX VTEC)
-milled .010
-Crower Stage 2 Cam
-Crower valve springs
-Crower Titanium retainers
-completly rebuild and cleaned with new everything
-Skunk 2 Pro Series Intake Manifold
-2 layer head gasket (removes .012)
-AEM Adj. Cam gear
-B16 Throttle boddy (increases from 56mm to 58mm)
-B16 Intake arm
-Apex'i Power Intake
-DC Sports 4-1 Headers
-2.5 inch mandrel Exhaust with 22" resonator, SNL Twin Loop

Enigne Managment
-Socketed and chiped P28 ecu
-Hondata S100 piggyback

Cooling:
-GSR Radiator

Transmition:
-EX/Si Trans

A bunch of new parts like cap and rotor for the dizzy, plug wires, Vtec valve cover and lots lots more.
 

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I have a d16z6, 147hp at the crank.



Mods:

- H23 TB, took off coolant lines
- Hondata gasket
- Stock IM lightly polished
- K&N drop-in
- Megan Racing 4-2-1, heatwrapped
- Decat
- 2.25" catback with IMCO rear muffler
- No p/s
- streettuned using Crome

Not a big modlist, but it's much more fun to drive now.
Soon to be mounted:

- LSD Motorsports 6puck, mild PP
- LSD Motorsports Chromoly Flywheel, 8lbs
- AEM camgear
- COMP 59300 cam

I'll post up the dyno results when it's all in place.
I'm hoping to achieve something like 155hp.
Do you people think this is realistic?
And yes, I've searched, but I could'nt find a clear answer.
 

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according to your dyno sheet...do you have 165 lbft of torque?
I have a d16z6, 147hp at the crank.



Mods:

- H23 TB, took off coolant lines
- Hondata gasket
- Stock IM lightly polished
- K&N drop-in
- Megan Racing 4-2-1, heatwrapped
- Decat
- 2.25" catback with IMCO rear muffler
- No p/s
- streettuned using Crome

Not a big modlist, but it's much more fun to drive now.
Soon to be mounted:

- LSD Motorsports 6puck, mild PP
- LSD Motorsports Chromoly Flywheel, 8lbs
- AEM camgear
- COMP 59300 cam

I'll post up the dyno results when it's all in place.
I'm hoping to achieve something like 155hp.
Do you people think this is realistic?
And yes, I've searched, but I could'nt find a clear answer.
 

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according to your dyno sheet...do you have 165 lbft of torque?
No, that's in Newton-Metres, around 123lbft. Divide Nm by 1.356 to get lbft.
 

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That equates to just under 122ft/lb. Not bad
 
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