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    Supa Ninja
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    Project DEVASTATOR

    Post  Supa Ninja on Sun May 10, 2009 7:12 pm

    I know the names ghey but the outcome will be far from ghey. I'm going to be selling my TSI kit for a super cheap price and building a sweet custom turbo kit. My goal is to make what the RSX-S's make on stock internals 450-550whp.

    Its still in the planning stages but as of right now I'm looking at:
    Management-either Hondata Flash Pro or COBB Access Port
    Snail- Precision 6262S or Garrett GT3076R
    Injectors- injectordynamic 750cc or 1000cc
    FMIC- Garrett or Spearco
    Turbo manifold- Peakboost sidewinder style
    Wastegate- Tail 44mm
    BOV- Tail 50mm
    Misc- AJP fuel return kit(rail, pressure gauge, external FPR, all the AN fittings and braided line)
    -4" intake with MAF relocated to downstream of the BOV
    -lots of custom plumbing.
    -swaintech coating on the manifold and downpipe.
    -maybe some stage 1 turbo cams too.
    -PasswordJDM battery relocation w/ Odyessy battery.
    -I need to talk to RLZ about the tune.

    This build is definitely on the wildside and I'll be pushing the limits of the stock internals. Oh its going to be fun.

    Now for some eyecandy.

    Precision 6262S

    Peakboost sidewinder style manifold

    Garrett IC

    Tail 44mm wastegate

    AJP Fuel return kit
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    Re: Project DEVASTATOR

    Post  Supa Ninja on Sun May 10, 2009 8:54 pm

    So you guys can have an idea of where the sidewinder style manifold relocated the snail on a Si....pure sex.

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    Post  Supa Ninja on Sun May 10, 2009 8:57 pm

    I have been getting awesome advice over at kseries-tech.com and not running the AJP fuel return kit, I have a parts list and I'll DIY FTW, it will cost less and use higher quality parts, fuck ya.
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    Re: Project DEVASTATOR

    Post  jesse on Mon May 11, 2009 3:37 am

    I like alot
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    Re: Project DEVASTATOR

    Post  Supa Ninja on Sun May 24, 2009 6:16 pm

    RIP Project devastator, I'm going a different route. I'll post on my bio thread what my plans are.
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    Re: Project DEVASTATOR

    Post  Supa Ninja on Sat Jul 11, 2009 4:23 pm

    yu fellow boost junkies probally heard of a little company called Full-Race, well they have been working on a kit for the 06+ Si's and its going to be the bee's knees. i'm going that route when i get back home. http://www.full-race.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=22_1392_1395&products_id=2240

    i'm going to upgrade my injectors one more time, 1000cc, and do the return line mod for my fuel system. Geoff over at full race says with my head gasket that m 450whp goal should be no problem at all. throw in some hondata flash pro and tune by the one and only jeff evans and should have quite the monster. going to do a stage 4 clutch when i get back too.

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