turbosingh wrote:Well yes it is best to invest in a turbo engine,but i have seen SR20DE turbocharged at 10psi with a a fuel management system an it works fine!I does turbo charge NA engines but the money too be spent is almost as buying a SR20DET. If you want to stay NA you can install a adjustable fuel regulator,extractors,cold air intake,2 1/4 exhaust system a gear box,platinum plugs an a Greddy Emanage.My friend did this an accomplished 250whp but with a SR20VVL.
WAAT WAAT WAAAAT 250WHP
N/A you saying they inno Bro??
''''''' SR20 Forum Thread http://www.sr20-forum.com/vvl/23332-wha ... r20ve.htmlNizmo
: Power goal: 250hp. Must be 2.0L and naturally aspirated due to class restrictions.
What mods can achieve this?Dudeman258
: You would be looking at custom grind cams not publicly made as of now, an aftermarket intake manifold that has yet to be made (but possibly being designed as we speak), oh yeah, and plan on high comp pistons, headwork (valve job maybe some minor porting/polish), and do NOT forget a 4-1 header which would most likely lead you to Charles (snickers). I myself have yet to see any dyno breaking over 220whp, although some threads do slip through the cracks. But my best guess would be the secret is in a great new cam, and a great new IM, both of which no one has made or admitted to it. There is allot of good info on BOTH those subjects floating around the forum so if you are a smart fellow, you can actually gather a good bit of knowledge as to where you would want to go with the dimensions of these parts.
Oh, and I hope you have a sh*t ton of money, your going to need it! And please do share with us how it goes.
Best of luck!
: Wow, noone has broken 250whp with a simple setup yet? How far can N1 or 20V cams get you before you need an upgrade?
I made 170whp stock. Larger valves should make for a bit of power increase. The head work would also help out a lot. Then really high compression. 13:1 or higher. Maybe 20V cams? ITBs and a good header and standalone. Badabing.
But the op could just be meaning 250 crank, which would be relatively easy to get to.RidinOn Rails
Originally Posted by donttazmebro
You don't need headwork to do it, it has been done
Side exit exhaust
Custom Intake Manifold
Dem boys outta NYC know how to build a motor 270whp+
to add to ur list, i think also:
-ITB > INTAKE MANIFOLD
-charles snickers 4-1 header to a side exhaust
-a heap load of tuning through the StandAlone ECU
-port-match headers/ITBs to head
also, wha about the drivetrain ??
-lighter flywheel ???
-stage3/4 clutch ??? '''''''
I Doubt a Trini Spending that Money on a N/A SR , more Info Please