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Old July 18th, 2016, 07:11 PM   #1
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Sunny's Twin Turbo kit Revamped

I purchased the twin turbo kit from Sunny in March. He threw in a lot of extras in with the kit. He's a stand up guy. i opted for this kit over the after cooled m90 kit because i would have some extra cash left to upgrade my suspension and buy other parts that were needed to handle the new power. My cousin has been doing the install and labor cost was fairly cheap. Car will be dynoed sometime next week after the fuel system upgrades are completed this week. Here's full list of all my mods to date.

Engine Mods:
2 Garrett GT25 turbos
stock j32a3 motor(57K)
4"CAI
LSD tranny
Spec stage 3+ clutch
xlr8 75A mounts
tls camshafts
3.7l manifold & throttle body
custom jpipe
custom 3" exhaust
Ik22 spark plugs
deatschwerks 800cc injectors
deatschwerks 300lph fuel pump
Aem fuel regulator
P2r fuel rails
Turbo Xs bov
Optima yellow top battery
Battery Relocation to trunk

Cooling:
Stock radiator using 2 10" pull/push fans due to tight fitment
1 "12 fan wired on a toggle switch to prevent car running hot at idle
Aem meth injection kit
Dirt port injection kit
Yonaka Intercooler

Suspension/ wheels:
Tein basic coilovers- looking to upgrade soon
New control lower control arms
Skunk2 upper control arms
ingalls rear camber kit
Tl-s front sway and Rear with endlinks
New rack and pinion
new tie rod ends
Insane shafts(500hp)
Stoptech brakes and rotors
Enkei Rpf1 17x9
Nitto Motivo all season tires 245/40/17

Interior:
Dual Gauge Pod fabricated by Nexson
Aem UEGO Gauge
Aem boost gauge
Greddy Profec B Spec II Boost Controller
CTE engineering short shifter

Exterior:

Aero full underbody spoiler kit
Tuners depot led tailight
Black/clear headlights-ebay
Rear window roof spoiler



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Old July 18th, 2016, 07:51 PM   #2
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So that was where the turbo kit went!! LEGIT!
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How much boost are you planning on running?

Did you purchase a new transmission or just have yours sandblasted? It looks spotless.

Can't wait to see the numbers!
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Old July 20th, 2016, 08:32 PM   #4
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How much boost are you planning on running?

Did you purchase a new transmission or just have yours sandblasted? It looks spotless.

Can't wait to see the numbers!
Well i have to run atleast 9psi because thats what the wastegate springs are set at. I'm also going to run e85 gas due to high compression. My end goal is 400whp.

Ive had the transmission for 2 years. We just used a dremel to clean up the trannny and used a can of rustoleum paint from Lowes.
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Well i have to run atleast 9psi because thats what the wastegate springs are set at. I'm also going to run e85 gas due to high compression. My end goal is 400whp.

Ive had the transmission for 2 years. We just used a dremel to clean up the trannny and used a can of rustoleum paint from Lowes.
What will be used for tuning?
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Old July 21st, 2016, 06:04 AM   #6
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What will be used for tuning?
I already have hondata Flashpro. I will be using that.
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Well i have to run atleast 9psi because thats what the wastegate springs are set at. I'm also going to run e85 gas due to high compression. My end goal is 400whp.

Ive had the transmission for 2 years. We just used a dremel to clean up the trannny and used a can of rustoleum paint from Lowes.
I hope you make more than 400whp especially if you are running e85 and 9psi on twins. My single turbo currently makes 350whp on 93 AT 7-8psi.

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I already have hondata Flashpro. I will be using that.
hum, will this be a race car only or it will be used daily? You know that you can only tune the flashpro for 14.7 AFR?
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I already have hondata Flashpro. I will be using that.
hum, will this be a race car only or it will be used daily? You know that you can only tune the flashpro for 14.7 AFR?
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Dom, what do you mean you can only tune the flashpro for 14.7 AFR? Is that cautionary on using E85? My understanding is that an o2 sensor is measuring lambda, in which stoich is always 1.0 and it just spits out a gas number, so you can use E85 with the same gas afrs.
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i think he was talking about openloop?
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Dom, what do you mean you can only tune the flashpro for 14.7 AFR? Is that cautionary on using E85? My understanding is that an o2 sensor is measuring lambda, in which stoich is always 1.0 and it just spits out a gas number, so you can use E85 with the same gas afrs.
You are right about the stoich afr, it will read 14.7 afr even though it's actually something like 9.765 afr on E85... What I meant is that we cannot rescale settings in the close loop/lambda of the flashpro for the stock O2 to match whatever gas we want to use... those options looks like we can change them but it does not do anything on the Jseries but it must work on the Kseries. Yes it would work to use e85 for sure but for me I would prefer to be able to rescale afr to match the e85. With all that said, I would be curious to tune a Jseries on e85! Bt I don't have access to e85 here I would have used it in my boosted integra for sure!
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You are right about the stoich afr, it will read 14.7 afr even though it's actually something like 9.765 afr on E85... What I meant is that we cannot rescale settings in the close loop/lambda of the flashpro for the stock O2 to match whatever gas we want to use... those options looks like we can change them but it does not do anything on the Jseries but it must work on the Kseries. Yes it would work to use e85 for sure but for me I would prefer to be able to rescale afr to match the e85. With all that said, I would be curious to tune a Jseries on e85! Bt I don't have access to e85 here I would have used it in my boosted integra for sure!
Why would you want to change it though? Isn't it enough to leave it to what it's set at? Do you want to run at something other than stoich with E85 during open loop?
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Why would you want to change it though? Isn't it enough to leave it to what it's set at? Do you want to run at something other than stoich with E85 during open loop?
It would work for sure but since i'm a "weird guy" I would want to read the real e85 AFR readings like those used on the AEM wideband O2 voltage table...

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As for the stoich AFR during open loop, yes I would like to run it at something else than stoich... with good injectors you can run a car leaner then 14.7 to save gas... like on my integra, i'm at 15.5-15.8 depending on load/rpm... with the flashpro on the kseries they can change that open loop value but we cannot on the jseries...
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It would work for sure but since i'm a "weird guy" I would want to read the real e85 AFR readings like those used on the AEM wideband O2 voltage table...

http://i933.photobucket.com/albums/a...ps6cc561f4.jpg

As for the stoich AFR during open loop, yes I would like to run it at something else than stoich... with good injectors you can run a car leaner then 14.7 to save gas... like on my integra, i'm at 15.5-15.8 depending on load/rpm... with the flashpro on the kseries they can change that open loop value but we cannot on the jseries...
I'm with you on the lean burn, but I'd probably a bit apprehensive doing it in a turbo setup just because of the potential for it to be too lean on tip in. I'm sure a good tuner could devote the time, but how many people pay for that much tuning.

I know what you mean on seeing the gas AFR rather than the E one, but that's just semantics. I'm fine with seeing and using the gas afr.
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hum, will this be a race car only or it will be used daily? You know that you can only tune the flashpro for 14.7 AFR?
No i did not know that. But i do know 14.7 is even lean for a na setup. I have an 06 Tl as my daily but i do want to be able to daily drive my accord also. My original plan was to only run water/meth. i just wanted to run e-85 for the added safety it can provide. I will run through so much water/meth because these baby turbos hit max boost around ~3000 rpms. i will just have to make my own mixture to save some $$$ vs buying boost juice.
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I'm with you on the lean burn, but I'd probably a bit apprehensive doing it in a turbo setup just because of the potential for it to be too lean on tip in. I'm sure a good tuner could devote the time, but how many people pay for that much tuning.

I know what you mean on seeing the gas AFR rather than the E one, but that's just semantics. I'm fine with seeing and using the gas afr.
You are right, this takes time to tune correctly but quite easy on a full stand alone ecu...
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Any dyno numbers yet?
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Any dyno numbers yet?
Everything has been push backed a week. Hopefully we will be finishing up the car this weekend and dyno next week. I scratched the idea of running E85. I will stick with pump gas. I will post a dyno graph once the car is tuned.
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Wow I been MIA, nice to see Sunny kit put to use. last time I saw it was at the dyno 3-4 years ago.
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I towed the car to the dyno this afternoon. if everything goes well should have some numbers for you guys tomorrow.
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Show me the power!!! I'll post my 390whp dyno tomorrow if you post your dyno sheet
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Show me the power!!! I'll post my 390whp dyno tomorrow if you post your dyno sheet
lol I've seen your dyno sheet. i must say thats impressive for 7.5lbs of boost . My car still hasn't been tuned yet. i been texting the tuner last 3 days but apparently they are a week behind in tuning. Hopefully i hear something Monday.
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Haha yeah I love to see how much your turbo build makes. I want to see the response of your twin turbo. Should make a really good power band
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