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My car is done now. It has a rough tune and runs decent but needs to be tuned more. No cel's right now. Here it is.





I wanted to keep the sleeper style of the car. The IC isn't very noticable. And the exhaust tip is a plain strait cut 2.5". No fart cans here.




Trunk is all go, no show.

Installing the emanage ultimate was a PITA, literally!


I also just picked up these rays te37 15" wheels. They are used, they weigh in at a mere 9lbs each. Also just go this greddy turbo timer today.


 

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sweet!
I would love to know more.
especially dyno, 1/4 mile time, and price for totall turbo and beta.

planning to do it also :D
 

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Heres the mods list:

Engine:
2.0L Beta II swap
OBX turbo manifold
Hahn Racecraft Super 16g (tdo5h-16g-10cm2)
5psi wastegate spring
NGK 6 series plugs
2.5" custom mandrel exhaust with 2 resonators and magnaflow cat
Front mount Intercooler
Custom air intake w/AEM dryflow filter
Custom charge pipping 2.25" hot, 2.5" cold
Greddy type rs bov
Walbro 255lph pump
Sonata 290cc injectors
Accent 1.6 A/T full sized radiator
Flexalite slim fan
Flexalite oil cooler
TB coolant bypass
Scoupe turbo OEM clutch
DIY short shifter

Management:
Accent 1.6 L ecm
Greddy emanage ultimate
AFX wideband
Greddy turbo timer (not installed yet)
Autometer vac/boost guage

Handling:
Ksport coilovers
Kspec rear strut bar
Custom front strut bar
Konig helium wheels 15" (street)
Volk te37 15" for track (Not used yet)
Kumho ecsta supra tires 195/50/15
KVR cross drilled rotors
KVR pads
Removed 50lbs extra weight
Batery relocation (trunk)

ICE
Kenwood head unit
Infinity door speakers 5 1/4"
Other speakers removed

Ill get a dyno soon and some more tunning and post some numbers. Thanks to anyone who helped me out by answering questions. And thanks to all the beta swappers who came before me.
 

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did you get those mag's from accent-03?


seeing a beta accent is a good thing but a turbo beta accent is way better,
not much people had the will or the guts and cash to do such a thing.
now let's see that LC smoke some b16 civics.

also love that custom heat shield you make on the driver side.
 

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Sorry I can't get a video, I dont know anyone with a digital video camera.

As for 1/4 mile and dyno, I'll probably get a dyno soon. But my windsheild has a large crack and Id prolly have to replace it before theyd let me on the track. Problem is Im running low on funds,... imagine that, lol. So a 1/4 mile time might have to wait till next year.

did you get those mag's from accent-03?


seeing a beta accent is a good thing but a turbo beta accent is way better,
not much people had the will or the guts and cash to do such a thing.
now let's see that LC smoke some b16 civics.

also love that custom heat shield you make on the driver side.
No, I got the wheels from a local. There was times during the build, when I asked myself WTF was I thinking, or how the hell is this going to work out. But you just gotta keep going on it:) . The shield on the drivers side covers up the battery relocation wires. If you look closely theres actually an aluminum motor mount cover on the passenger side also. To cover up my funky motor mount. Can't wait to get out and smoke some cars!!
 

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the biggest obstacle to turboing a car is the ecu, sometime's it won't cooperate and cause problems..hence out of frustration we toss it into the trash can.

SFR is the only company that has a actual programmed ecu specially designed for their turbo kits..
 

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so to do turbo on a 2.0l swap you have to remove one fan? i have an x3 thinking about beta swap turbo and i have been following your posts in the accent topic area
 

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obviously, the fan on the passenger side would get melted by the hot turbo manifold..

one way to get a fan on the passenger side radiator would be to install a slim lite fan and mount it on the flip side of the radiator

it's a coincidence that the x3 and the lc are very similiar in dimensions, spec and design,

BTW..also love that ingenious strut to firewall brace..

you could probably install a engine damper from one of those brace's and tie the end of the damper to the engine mount or power steering bracket..just a tip..
 

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so to do turbo on a 2.0l swap you have to remove one fan? i have an x3 thinking about beta swap turbo and i have been following your posts in the accent topic area
I only have one fan and it dosen't over heat. One fan is fine.
 

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RTPScoupe said:
I only have one fan and it dosen't over heat. One fan is fine.
you'll still want to keep tabs on that coolant gauge in summer time. mike and i had it running pretty hot during a summer autocross with back to back runs. we had to spraying the ic and rad down with water just to get it about normal. other than that time, it is always fine with just one fan.
 

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^True. I also have an oil cooler. You do also, right?
 

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so we have to take out the radiator fan to fit a turbo on an LC1?
 

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Looks beautiful. Nice and clean. Cant wait till I do mines!

I just have one question. What is the line coming off the side of the head for? The intake side.
Its for the turbo oil feed.
 
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