Putting a turbo on such a hi-compression motor as the 94-01 GSR would make
a motor that requires super-high octane,and may not last very long,or not
make a lot more power.I suspect boost would have to be limited.
I didn't see anything that would indicate a reluctance to change the
Do you have any idea how common turbos and superchargers are for Hondas?
It's really the most cost effective way to make power, after Nos and way
cheaper than bolt-on mods dollar/HP.
Some turbo installs ARE bolt-ons(DIY),and some aren't.
When you get into changing pistons/rods/heads and internal mechanicals,the
costs and trouble go way up.And requires more skills and perhaps
A good guide is the more power,the greater the complexity/difficulty,and
cost.The question is;how much and how far is the OP willing to go?
Both in terms of desired power,effort,and cost.
Obviously,the OP has not done his research,and instead is looking for
opinion on this NG. Not too wise.
replying to Troy Lumley, Mr. Riddlez wrote:
Its been hell with my 91 acura b20b turbo because it's an obd0 which is the
worst to run turbo plus my blower just stopped functioning and the blower motor
is brand new so dont go turbo
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