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#6853362 - 01/24/13 12:27 AM What is the perfect JRSC setup?
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What is the perfect JRSC setup?
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#6854486 - 01/24/13 02:08 PM Re: What is the perfect JRSC setup? [Re: leopold89]
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 Originally Posted By: leopold89
What is the perfect JRSC setup?


Not buying one.
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#6873253 - 02/02/13 04:09 PM Re: What is the perfect JRSC setup? [Re: SiAdam]
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They are outdated really, but back in the day when I had one my car was pretty damn quick. Espcially when I added the stepper pulley and it was running around 10-11 psi.

I had in on a GSR in a Delsol.
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#6954666 - 03/15/13 09:54 PM Re: What is the perfect JRSC setup? [Re: TTQ]
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 Originally Posted By: TTQ
They are outdated really, but back in the day when I had one my car was pretty damn quick. Espcially when I added the stepper pulley and it was running around 10-11 psi.

I had in on a GSR in a Delsol.



Agreed. Where did that Delsol end up?
I bet that car is still a blast to drive even today

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#6966460 - 03/21/13 07:32 PM Re: What is the perfect JRSC setup? [Re: NVMYMPGZ]
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 Originally Posted By: NVMYMPGZ
 Originally Posted By: TTQ
They are outdated really, but back in the day when I had one my car was pretty damn quick. Espcially when I added the stepper pulley and it was running around 10-11 psi.

I had in on a GSR in a Delsol.



Agreed. Where did that Delsol end up?
I bet that car is still a blast to drive even today


I took the charger off and sold it, then sold the car. The kid I sold it to wreck it about 2 months later.

It was a sweet ride. Wish I would have held onto it.
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#6988785 - 04/03/13 12:08 AM Re: What is the perfect JRSC setup? [Re: TTQ]
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I don't know about perfect. But I'm running the following.

b16b block
b18b1 crank and rods (longer stroke= more torque)
ITR pistons
rc 440 injectors
MVM stepper pulley, 3.8 JRSC pulley
pretty much stock B16b head
skunk2 megapower 2.5 4-2-1 header
2.5 test pipe into 2.5 hks windmaster exhaust
go-autoworks 3 inch CAI
skunk2 composite fuel rail
walboro fuel pump
hondata s300

Will be running water/meth injection at the next tuning session here in a week or so. I just rebuilt the block using the above crank, rod, and piston combo, actually should finish up reinstalling tomorrow. Should bring my hp and torque up in the 270-280 range for hp, not sure on torque.

Was running stock b16b, rc440's, mvm stepper and 3.8 JRSC. Put down 248/160 on a tired engine.

Pic before the new 3inch CAI and skunk2 fuel rail.



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