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This is a discussion on WRX vs. Integra Type-R within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by scubee Sorry for not getting so technical. I have only know the JDM ITR to have atleast ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubee
    Sorry for not getting so technical. I have only know the JDM ITR to have atleast 200 if not more from the factory. 11:1:1CR you are right.

    Just thought you would find this interesting.

    http://www.jhpusa.com/catalog/produc...11e16c95144a4f
    no worries, just didnt want a rice boy to see that a have to have a jdm engine y0, because it has 20 more hp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5spdfrk
    The type R motor isn't the best choice if you want forced induction.

    I say keep it NA.

    10-4, very high compression!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverTEG
    you car redlines at 9100rpm, and you have a CAI?

    what header are you running? 4-1? what size collector?

    with the other mods you have and are planning(cams and gears), you should have a 3" short ram, a 4-1 header with a 2.5" collector and 2.5" exhaust. then the cams should be tuned for high rpm performance, right where this engine and tranny gearing wants to be in the 6500 rpm to 8200 rpm range, but most of the big aftermarket cams have their powerband location above 7000 rpms, so to get the most out of the cam and to get the entire width of the powerband from the cams, you have to raise the redline. (which you have done).

    what im saying is ditch the cai and get a short ram and make this thing a beast up top that it wants to be, its not made to be a "mid-range" engine. with some dyno tuning (afr and cam timing) and the parts i mentioned this thing would be a thrill to drive in the high rpms.
    Actually, I do have short ram. Im so used to writting cold air. I used to have cai, but i dont have the fender well lining, and just having a by pass valve made me nervous when it was wet out. Iv also got 2.5 in. test pipe, exhaustand jdm dc sport 4-1 header w/ 2.5in. collector
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    all that typing......for nothing

    but ya .....some cams and high rpm tuning then

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverTEG
    all that typing......for nothing

    but ya .....some cams and high rpm tuning then
    of course, Top end is where the R is meant to shine
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverTEG
    you car redlines at 9100rpm, and you have a CAI?

    what header are you running? 4-1? what size collector?

    with the other mods you have and are planning(cams and gears), you should have a 3" short ram, a 4-1 header with a 2.5" collector and 2.5" exhaust. then the cams should be tuned for high rpm performance, right where this engine and tranny gearing wants to be in the 6500 rpm to 8200 rpm range, but most of the big aftermarket cams have their powerband location above 7000 rpms, so to get the most out of the cam and to get the entire width of the powerband from the cams, you have to raise the redline. (which you have done).

    what im saying is ditch the cai and get a short ram and make this thing a beast up top that it wants to be, its not made to be a "mid-range" engine. with some dyno tuning (afr and cam timing) and the parts i mentioned this thing would be a thrill to drive in the high rpms.
    We have made sure to do mods that the R will love. Really all it needs it the tune, and cams and cam gears. Then it will be great.
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    93' Camaro Z28, 95' Eclipse GS, 92' Integra GS, 91' MR2 Turbo, 00' Civic SI, 89' CRX SI, 97' Accord EX V6 (Totalled), 97' Wrangler 4x4, 91' Talon TSI AWD (Blown motor), 96' 240sx KA-Turbo, 96' 300ZX TT, 05' WRX, 05' STI (Totalled), 05' STI, and 92' SC400
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    Quote Originally Posted by Type-RGirl
    of course, Top end is where the R is meant to shine

    well there's still something to be said for a shiny bottom end
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    go f*** yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by blarg
    well there's still something to be said for a shiny bottom end

    True, Power off the line is damn fun too.
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    93' Camaro Z28, 95' Eclipse GS, 92' Integra GS, 91' MR2 Turbo, 00' Civic SI, 89' CRX SI, 97' Accord EX V6 (Totalled), 97' Wrangler 4x4, 91' Talon TSI AWD (Blown motor), 96' 240sx KA-Turbo, 96' 300ZX TT, 05' WRX, 05' STI (Totalled), 05' STI, and 92' SC400
    Still in the Family: 05' STI (Wife's Car), 92' SC400.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-H
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    Thanks
    Other car's I had:
    93' Camaro Z28, 95' Eclipse GS, 92' Integra GS, 91' MR2 Turbo, 00' Civic SI, 89' CRX SI, 97' Accord EX V6 (Totalled), 97' Wrangler 4x4, 91' Talon TSI AWD (Blown motor), 96' 240sx KA-Turbo, 96' 300ZX TT, 05' WRX, 05' STI (Totalled), 05' STI, and 92' SC400
    Still in the Family: 05' STI (Wife's Car), 92' SC400.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creditcards
    ooh, be nice.
    Yeah, sorry I got a little nasty. I really cant stand people who feel it is worth wasting anyones time posting ignorant comments. If he doesnt like it, move on to something else and keep the comments to himself.

    Again, sorry to the innocent people who had to read that
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    uh...what was this thread about again? I forgot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blarg
    go f*** yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by blarg
    uh...what was this thread about again? I forgot

    RIGHT Yeah, I love how threads go off topic so quick.
    Other car's I had:
    93' Camaro Z28, 95' Eclipse GS, 92' Integra GS, 91' MR2 Turbo, 00' Civic SI, 89' CRX SI, 97' Accord EX V6 (Totalled), 97' Wrangler 4x4, 91' Talon TSI AWD (Blown motor), 96' 240sx KA-Turbo, 96' 300ZX TT, 05' WRX, 05' STI (Totalled), 05' STI, and 92' SC400
    Still in the Family: 05' STI (Wife's Car), 92' SC400.

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