Full Race make a turbo kit for the 2008 on Civic Si that makes so much power on a stock engine it is almost hard to believe.
This is a testimonial of the Full Race website
Full Race Civic SI GT30R Turbo Kit Dyno Results
- 2008 Honda Civic Si w/ bone stock K20 engine from valve cover to oil pan.
- Custom 3″ exhaust and test pipe, Competition Stage 4 Clutch kit Injector Dynamics, 1000cc Drop-In Injectors, Plug and Play Injector Clips, Walbro 255lph HP fuel pump kit, Hondata 4 bar map sensor, Hondata FlashPro Engine Management.
- The solid lines on the graph represent 9.5 psi of boost, and the dotted lines represent 7.5 psi of boost. Tuning was done on 93 octane pump gas. At 9.5 psi of boost the injector duty cycle was 68%.
Just thought I’d pop in and give a long term review of the Full-Race GT3076R Turbo Kit. I think I am the only member with the entire kit on and used the longest.The kit was installed first week of March 2010 with a few of my buddies, mainly Full-Race Andrew. The kit was installed in 12 hours time, and then a few days later, tuned by the legendary Jeff Evans. The car made 435whp on 91 octane pump @ 12lbs, and 568whp on 100 octane pump @ 17lbs on a stock engine with 82,000 miles on it.
Over the year and four months that I have had the kit on the car, I have broken an axle from a failed burnout on the 568whp tune, and replaced a coupler. Other than that, this kit continues to dominate. I switched tuners to Mike (Soxfan), and he managed to pull even more power out of my pump tune, never dyno’d but it was a noticeable increase. I now run 17lbs on 91 octane pump. I installed the Full-Race traction balls, and noticed a amazing difference in the driving. No torque steer, feels planted to the ground, and it reduced my annoying vibrations from an alignment issue which I still need to fix.
Long story short, I have over 108k miles on my car, with 26k miles on my kit, and it is still running strong. Engineering and craftsmanship from Full-Race at it’s best. Thanks again to Geoff and the staff at Full-Race (Brett, Matt, Joey, etc.) Thanks to Andrew Moore, Brett McKendrick, Mike Spencer, and Jeff Evans.
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