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    How does this Set-up sound

    what up guys, i'm new to the board but have done tons of research on other boards. I'm currently runnin a custom made turbo set-up on my stock d16y8 in my 97 civic ex. Its cool and all but i want to build a b18b for more boost.
    let me run my set-up past ya'll and hear some good feedback from the experts thanks....
    Currently have a very clean dismantled B18b in my garage waiting for the machine shop, i plan to get the block looked at by a machine shop and get it bored& honed to spec for...

    motor
    Weisco Piston 9:0.1 compression
    Eagle H-beam rods
    Stock crank (balanced and polished)
    cometic high boost headgasket
    arp headstuds
    block guard
    hasport motor mounts

    tranny
    LS tranny with stage 2 axles
    Clutchmaster stage 2 clutch kit

    turbo
    garrett t3/t04e
    3"dp
    turbo xs rfl
    oil lines
    johhnyrace car intercooler
    tial 38mm wastegate
    hondata s100 with good dyno-tune time
    walbro 255lph fuel pump
    rc 440cc injects

    basically the only questions i have is with this b18b what integ ecu should i use? the p75? I know i will have to get a odbII to odbI coversion harness for this, but what ecu should i work to get?
    Also i plan to obtain 260-280 whp with anywhere b/t 12-15 psi. I think that is definetly within reach with this settup but will the motor be able to be a RELIABLE daily driver built within my earlier stated specs? mind you it'll be hondata tuned
    thanks

    #2
    I think you have it mapped out well.

    You should be able to use either a P75 or P06 ECU with the conversion harness.

    Let me ask...why Hondata?

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      #3
      Why not use Hondata?

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        #4
        Cuz there are better and cheaper options these days...especially since he is in the PA/NY/NJ/CT area.

        There's TurboEdit for OBD0 - FREE (plus stuff to do the chipping and burning)
        There's Uberdata for OBD1 - Same as above

        And nows there is Neptune...and he just happens to live within a two hour trip from the only Neptune tuner right now. Neptune is Hondata on major crack (feature-wise) and only costs $500 TOTAL, and that includes the dyno tuning.

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