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Old 07-06-2012, 12:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys new here just bort a 92 s-coupe turbo and the bottom end is on its way out is it possible to use the n/a bottom end on stock boost till i source a turbo one???
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Old 07-06-2012, 11:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Last time i needed scoupe turbo parts I had to drive from chicago to flordia almost.

As far as the bottem end, the NA runs high compression, and the scoupe turbo is non-intercooled. You would probaly be ok running around 3-4 psi.

As far as swapping blocks I really do not know if everything will be perfect I remember there being a issue with a couple things but it could certainly be done.

Ill look into it a bit more. If you find out anything update also.
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yeh there getting hard to find. im awear of the higher comp of the n/a bottom end im planing on using an x3 one, its got an after market intercooler fitted so i think 10psi should b ok on 98 octane on cold days.
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i might be late , but about bottom end , accent is way better than scoupe.
scoupe piston are better but not conrods.
you are the first i see that need to replace bottom end on a hyundai engine !!!
accent conrod can support 15 psi and still far away from its limit.
here in quebec i know 8 guys running 20 psi on totaly stock 1.5L accent since years with no problem but i would personally not risk it.
hyundai accent 1.5 engine = mitsu 4G15 based. so yea , still better than honda bottom end.

but as your are going , don't push more than 10 psi to be a bit more safe.
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