JDM/Honda Crew: K24A good or bad?

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  1. daft punk

    daft punk New Member

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    Might be picking this up this weekend :o

    edit nevermind its this stock:
    2004-2008 Acura TSX, JDM CL9 Accord Type-S, RB1 Odyssey Absolute

    * Displacement: 2,354 cc (143.6 cu in)
    * Power: 200 PS (150 kW; 200 hp) @ 6800 rpm
    * Torque: 232 N·m (171 lb·ft) @ 4500 rpm
    * Bore: 87 mm
    * Stroke: 99 mm
    * Redline:
    o Automatic 7100 rpm

    I want 250+ HP, NA with inexpensive mods :noes:

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  2. originalM

    originalM Correctamundo.

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    damn. that's pimp. I'd rock it.
     
  3. TheGreat8

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    Wow... if only all minivans looked that good. I'd seriously daily that, looks good.
     
  4. nicklk

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    no way you could get 270whp out of that na lol
     
  5. nicklk

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    and still make it somewhat daily driven
     
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    neight OT Supporter

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    put a type r head on it and im pretty sure its possible
     
  7. Havsie

    Havsie When I die, bury me inside the Pepsi 1893 store OT Supporter

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    can it dorifto?
     
  8. IslanderOffRoad

    IslanderOffRoad Do you even lift kit? OT Supporter

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    I have a K24 in my Accord, makes decent power.
     
  9. daft punk

    daft punk New Member

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    I know fuck all about honda engines...

    2004-2008 Acura TSX, JDM CL9 Accord Type-S, RB1 Odyssey Absolute

    * Displacement: 2,354 cc (143.6 cu in)
    * Power: 200 PS (150 kW; 200 hp) @ 6800 rpm
    * Torque: 232 N·m (171 lb·ft) @ 4500 rpm
    * Bore: 87 mm
    * Stroke: 99 mm
    * Redline:
    o Automatic 7100 rpm
     
  10. originalM

    originalM Correctamundo.

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    without even spilling the water in the cupholder whilst going down the side of a mountain. :noes:
     
  11. daft punk

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    nope, im selling my dorifuto S15 for the no dorifuto Odyssey :hs:
     
  12. neight

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    .chris You drown before the water lets you in. OT Supporter

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    300HP has been achieved from N/A 2.4 K series. But that's full out top shelf valvetrain and ITBs and shit. Revving to 10k and such...
     
  14. nicklk

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    k20 head, and a nasty cams MIGHT get you around 250.
     
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    if I wanted to put in say... $800, how much HP could I get? :noes:
     
  17. nicklk

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    Numbers are at crank, and its a automatic. You probably have around 100-120whp
     
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    ~10hp

    That would consist of a header, and full exhaust.
     
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    how much would it run to get at least 30hp :squint:
     
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    you wont get 250hp cheaply
     
  21. GregFarz78

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    minus whale just boost it
     
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    motherfucker. I could put 1k into my SR20 and get like eleventy billion HP
     
  23. nicklk

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    It costs alot to get power out of a n/a honda motor. 30 true whp, you would be looking around 2k. That would be cam, header, full exhaust, intake
     
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    this is why i got out of the honda scene :o
     
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    :werd:

    Greddy kits are pretty cheap and easy to DD
     

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