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Engine:k20z3
Intake: Skunk2 CAI
Exhaust: Custom 3" exhaust, Invidia header, vibrant resonator, apexWS2 muffler
Valvetrain: Stock
Bottom end: Stock
Engine management system: Hondata Flashpro
Fuel system: Stock
Other engine and drivetrain mods: 12lb flywheel, stage 2 competiton clutch
Track info: N/A

Tuned with Vit

HP:215 Torque: 158
 

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Engine:12.5:1 K24a4/Endyn ported 36mm K20z3 head
Intake:custom 3.5" with velocity stack
Exhaust: Off the self SSR replica with no exhaust.
Valvetrain:Supertech VT with Drag Cartel stg. 4's
Bottom end: Wiseco 12.5:1 pistons, Eagle H beams oem main bearings and acl rod bearings, A2 pump, Hybrid TCT.
Engine management system: Flashpro tuned by VIt
Fuel system: Walbro 255, ID 725's, 30% E85 blend
Other engine and drivetrain mods: Competition Stage 4 clutch, K20a 6th gear, UR under drive pulleys, Endyn ported RRC with TL AWD TB (J37)
Track info: None ATM

Im the Blue one 309.8hp/221tq

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Amazing numbers.. I have a k24a4 in my shed that is for sale and hasn't gotten any bites.. I'm going to PM you, I may have to copy cat this, haha.
 

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Engine: 88MM K24a1 / Self Ported K20a2 Head with Kelford B2 Cams
Intake: Self Ported RBC / S2 70MM TB / Custom 70MM Piping w/ Apexi Filter
Exhaust: Buddy Club RH /Invidia Q300 Cat Back
Valvetrain: Supertech .5MM Oversized Valves
Bottom end: 13.3:1 JE pistons, Blue Print Pro I beams, oem main bearings and rod bearings, A2 pump, Hybrid TCT.
Engine management system:Hondata K-Pro
Fuel system: Walbro 255, RC750s, E85 Tuned
Other engine and drivetrain mods: Clutch Masters Stage 4 clutch, K20a2 Tranny 5.07 FD, TSX 6th gear, Wavetrac LSD

Track info: Built for Road Course

Dynapack : 322hp 241 torque (tuner printed out wrong sheet and than ran out of ink)



Compared to my previous setup. Stock Block k20a2 with same head but stage 2 (kelforb b) not 2.2 (kelforb b2)
 

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Engine:K20z3
Intake: Takeda SRI
Exhaust: Skunk2 2.75'
Valvetrain: Stock
Bottom end: Stock
Engine management system: Hondata Flashpro
Fuel system: Stock
Other engine and drivetrain mods: Boomba mounts, Competition Clutch Stage 4, J35 throtle body w/ custom spacer and P2R gasket.
Track info:
DYNOmite: 199.5whp 148.4 lb.tq (Started with 174.5whp 135 lb.tq)
My tuner said there's something wrong, it is either the intake or the throttle, he has taken 215-223wph of this cars. I will change the intake for an CAI an install a oil catch can.
 

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Engine:K20z3
Intake: skunk2 with maf in place
Exhaust: Skunk2 70mm exhasut with WS2 muffler/ skunk2 megapower header
Valvetrain: Stock
Bottom end: Stock
Engine management system: cobb ap (street tuned by myself)
Fuel system: Stock
Other engine and drivetrain mods: skunk2 72mm tb, skunk2 pro series IM
Track info:
DYNOmite: 215.5whp/143.6wtq sae



i think i can get a couple more out of it, and maybe more with flashpro and the mafs delete

 

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Engine: K20Z3
Intake: Custom Intake with Velocity Stack at bumper
Exhaust: Vibrant Race Header w/HFC and Vibrant StreetPower Cat
Valvetrain: stock
Bottom end: stock
Engine management system: None
Fuel system: stock
Other engine and drivetrain mods: P2R TBS, P2R IMG, Pulstar Plasma Plugs, Ingalls Powerstick and ETD
 

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Engine: k20/24
Intake: Go Power 3.5" Intake, Skunk2 Throttle Body, Ported Intake Manifold, IMG
Exhaust: Go Power Custom Header, Go Power 3" Exhaust
Valvetrain: Go-Power springs, retainers, and V1R cams.
Bottom end: K24, Wiseco 87.5 mm 12.5:1 Pistons, K20 Oil Pump, Go Power H beam rods
Engine management system: Flash Pro(custom tune by Go Power)
Fuel system: Skunk2 Fuel Rail, Bocshe 550cc Injectors
Other engine and drivetrain mods: NST Pullies, Competion Stage 4 Clutch and Light Weight Flywheel, Hybrid Timing Chain Tensioner
Track info: none

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about how much did u spend on this build i like the numbers you put out
 

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Engine: K20Z3
Intake: Skunk2 CAI
Exhaust: Skunk2 Alpha Header, Skunk2 70mm Exhaust
Valvetrain: stock
Bottom end: stock
Engine management system: None
Fuel system: stock
Other engine and drivetrain mods: Ingalls Powerstick and ETD

Tuned with Vit

HP:217 Torque: 154

 

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Engine: K20Z3 w/48k miles.
Intake: Hybrid-Racing 3.5" Cold Air
Exhaust: Skunk2 Alpha Race Header, Full-Race 3"
Valvetrain: Stock
Bottom end: Stock
Engine management system: Hondata Flash Pro Tuned by Jordan at MAP
Fuel system: Stock
Other engine and drivetrain mods: Hasport 70a billet mounts, Hybrid-Racing billet shifter bushings.
Track info: N/A

228whp / 166wtq on MAP's Dynojet


 

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Engine:k20z3
Intake:hybrid racing cold air intake, skunk2 tb, rrc port matched
Exhaust:plm header, full race
Valvetrain:stock with tsx cams
Bottom end:stock
Engine management system:flasher
Fuel system:stock
Other engine and drivetrain mods:can't think of anything
Track info:haven't been yet
220hp/155tq
 

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Dyno day video of some modded 8th gens (r18's included) and other k20's on the Dynojet at Hybridworks. Good comparison I'd say. Only showing one pull per car but their individual videos are linked in the description. Don't forget HD! Enjoy!:eek:hsnap:

 

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Since theres some shop guys on here i figured i'd ask. Why dont people with dynos that read high adjust the correction factor?
It's more so the difference of the number before/after a change or adjustment, rather than the actual hp number itself. Unless we all used only one dyno ;] Adjusting the dyno to a certain degree is done when setup and/or re-calibrated i bet, but that's the main purpose of corrections. I think it comes down to different dynos having different or inconsistent loads on them effecting the reading. Now a dynos main purpose on the other hand is only to reproduce the same pull/load for consistency.

Someone please correct me if i'm wrong.
 

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It's more so the difference of the number before/after a change or adjustment, rather than the actual hp number itself. Unless we all used only one dyno ;] Adjusting the dyno to a certain degree is done when setup and/or re-calibrated i bet, but that's the main purpose of corrections. I think it comes down to different dynos having different or inconsistent loads on them effecting the reading. Now a dynos main purpose on the other hand is only to reproduce the same pull/load for consistency.

Someone please correct me if i'm wrong.
Thanks for that^ on a side note i pick up my 08 si this weekend, got some parts in the mail, and hopefully will find a shop near tampa to dyno!
 

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That video shows clearly how quality parts and the correct combination yields a great output.

Tongman knows this at first hand when his crappy mods were making is car really slow. Then after some suggestion by the members on this forum he went all Skunk2 on I/H and Full Race Exhaust and his ride changed completely. You can see now the great numbers is making in the video.
 
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