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    GTM Libra (Honda Engined)

    Intercooled, possibly with fans on the intercooler to help a bit. After a bit of thought and our messages back and forth I'm wondering if there's even any point with the wastegate idea, I mean it'd be cool to be able to vary the boost but with a centrifugal supercharger being so linear...
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    Clutch recommendations

    Thanks mate what was the action like ?
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    Clutch recommendations

    What clutch would people recommend for a B18c around 350hp, I know torque is usually the limiting factor but not entirely sure what it'll make Want something that can handle the increase but isn't going to be like an on/off switch and make the thing awful to drive
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    Parts wanted

    Hondata S300 preferably OBD1 Aftermarket high capacity injectors, probably need 750cc+ obd1 compatible again 4.4 LSD or bits to convert my 4.78fd to 4.4 3 bar map sensor Uprated clutch capable of 350+hp
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    GTM Libra (Honda Engined)

    So after my first proper run out in the car for a full day and had a number of observations. Basically as great as the engine is it really lacks torque. It goes well when it's revving it's nuts off but that's just not what I want on the road. The other observation is that because of the 4.78...
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    GTM Libra (Honda Engined)

    Uh ohhhhh
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    GTM Libra (Honda Engined)

    Yes! I think if I still had my old car with the Rover K I'd just be content with what I had but these Hondas are so tuneable it's hard to ignore
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    GTM Libra (Honda Engined)

    I could, but don't really want to. It sounds like I'm not happy with the engine and I actually am I just love messing. In future maybe a B20 or sleeve the B18C. At least then it's still essentially a tuned type R engine and stronger if i get the itch to boost it later on.
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    GTM Libra (Honda Engined)

    It's just a bitch to figure out which ever way I look at it but to be honest I think the car suits NA more anyway. It was a welcome distraction to all the bodywork I was doing
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    GTM Libra (Honda Engined)

    Just had an update, Z cars are finally on with the rear trailing arm conversion kit Hopefully get the car back from being painted next week too. Haven't given much more thought to the rotrex idea, in fact I think I'd rather keep it NA.
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    B19

    I thought you were suggesting stroking my B18c would be more reliable than sleeving it which of course is not the case. The car isn't a Honda for starters so a k swap would be a lot more complex than normal. I'll probably end up sleeving it and sticking NA. It's not that I can't afford to...
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    B19

    Yeah, bit of a ball ache though. Not much space on the car, belt availability with spinning it backwards etc. The pulley I was thinking of using is a bit too big, unless I got a custom rotrex pulley made to get it right. A counter clockwise vortech would be better in that respect but they're...
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    B19

    I think I'd rather sleeve my C6, but then again it'd be a lot more expensive and sounds like B20s blocks aren't unreliable if kept NA. Just waiting for the guys explanation above, love it when people on forums like this state their opinions as absolute fact and can't actually justify it.
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    B19

    Still waiting...
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    B19

    Go on then explain why... Proper aftermarket sleeves installed and bored out to 84-85mm are stronger than the standard sleeves and retains the standard rod stroke ratio.
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