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    Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

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    Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  Supa Ninja on Wed Mar 04, 2009 2:23 pm

    I've started my trip home. Lets just say i have a part or two waiting for me, I'm sure Jesse will be glad when they are out of his garage.

    Power-
    Garrett GT2871R
    FP
    Bigger IC
    TiAL 50mm BOV
    RSX IAT
    vacuum block
    New breather setup
    custom 3" intake w/ AEM drycell filter
    better oil feed and coolant lines
    Supa Ninja fuel return kit
    Skunk2 exh cam gear
    Tune at National Speed and/or SSA(haven't decided yet)

    Suspension-
    BC N+
    BC extended ball joint
    SPC front/rear camper kits


    Brakes-
    Hawks HPS pads
    Braided lines

    Drivetrain-
    CorSport SS
    " Shifter bushings
    " Linkage bushings
    braided clutch line

    Interior-
    Excelerate dual gauge pod (going to CF overlay it)
    red stiched shift boot
    FD2 shift knob
    EX LED 3rd brake light
    Random CF bits

    Exterior-
    HFP front lip
    splash guards
    rear spoiler delete

    Wheels-
    RSX-S wheels w/ red "H" (Have to do the curb rash DIY on one)
    Dunlop Direzza Sport Z1 Star Spec
    BLOX red extended lugs
    taper converting washers

    The goal of this build is to have a reliable 300-350whp, good handling, and aggressive yet clean looks inside and out. Standby i will update this thread regularly. Oh ya I plan on having most of this done by thanksgiving.

    EDIT: Here is what already got on the car that I will still use:
    TSI kit (well a few parts of it Razz)
    3mm Cometic head gasket
    Gizzmo EBC
    AEM UEGO
    Custom 3" exhaust w/ HFC
    Precision 525cc injectors



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    Re: Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  jesse on Mon Apr 27, 2009 1:01 pm

    How's it running since the tune man
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    Re: Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  Supa Ninja on Mon Apr 27, 2009 1:08 pm

    I turned the boost up a little and its still pulling hard. I need some better software for my scanner so that I can datalog my short fuel trims. I'm sure I can tune it for better drivablity.
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    Re: Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  Supa Ninja on Thu May 07, 2009 3:42 pm

    I got the new software and its awesome. I have been adjusting stuff on the FIC, I feel real comfortable with it now.
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    Re: Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  Supa Ninja on Sun May 24, 2009 6:33 pm

    when i back at the end of the year here is my plan's

    Chassis:
    BC n+ coilovers
    Volks CE28N 17x8.5 40et wheels
    bridgestone or nitto 235/40R17's
    Rear Camber kit

    Motor:
    upgrade the compressor on my garrett http://www.turbobygarrett.com/turbobygarrett/catelog/Turbochargers/GT30/GT3076R_700382_12.htm
    garrett ic http://cheapturbo.stores.yahoo.net/ga20in.html
    2.5" IC plumbing with relocated MAF
    hondata or COBB
    DIY 3" CAI to the turbo
    maybe a fuel return line with a bosch 044 pump inline
    maybe some 750cc injector dynamics injectors
    maybe a HKS super sequenquential BOV

    should be good for over 350whp easy, I'm hoping i don't have to upgrade the fueling. thats easily another $1000 i really don't want to spend.

    i should be able to all that for what project devastator was going to cost me, but unfortuantly i won't be selling off my TSI kit so that sucks. I think in the big picture I will have more car and it definitely will be a lot more fun to drive.

    Looking at the compressor map for the gt3076r it looks like it'll spool up quicker and have more usable psi then a GT35 and its rated from 320-525 hp. Needless to say I am very excited about this setup. If I want to do it on the cheap I can leave my plumbing/FMIC but i will be sucking on power then.
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    Re: Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  Supa Ninja on Tue Jun 02, 2009 4:59 pm

    I'm still feeling the GT3076r, but I'm not going to use my shitty t25 turbine housing....instead I'm eyeballin a t-3 style twin scroll turbine housing and I found a very well known tuner who makes some sweet custom manifolds. he's willing to do up a twin scroll manifold for me. The only negative for a twin scroll in my setup is of course the added cost of a little more complicated manifold and I'll have to run 2 wastegates instead of one. Friggin Tial WGs are a pretty penney too. Twin scrolls spool up faster and are more efficient up top so that would be the badass setup for me.
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    Re: Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  SgtB on Wed Jun 03, 2009 2:11 am

    gt40r and spray it until it spools. Laughing
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    Re: Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  leg killa on Fri Jul 17, 2009 6:45 pm

    sounds good man..cant wait to see the finished product
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    Re: Nick-SMP Ninja Si build thread

    Post  Supa Ninja on Wed Jul 22, 2009 6:16 am

    my custom kei is getting scratched, instead I'm going with a full-race kit. i want to still see how much a stock K20 can handle. should be around the 450 realm on pump and i have no idea what i'll be able to get away with on E85, that will be where the tuner comes in handy.

    I thought about a gt40 with spray but i might as well build the internals first.

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