As long as you don't beat on it it should be okay but I'm not 100% positive
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1991 Dodge Stealth ES - The car that started the 3S obsession
Mods: Open air filter, "resonator" bottle removed
1991 Fiji/Mystic Blue R/T TT 1 of 235(paint/R/T TT only, can't find more info, VIN is a 1 of none number)
Sold 6/19/11 to my923ksl
1992 silver VR-4 - 1 of 152 identical
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If you are putting the turbos on the DOHC NA 10:1 engine keep the boost around 6psi or will you will be fighting knock and use the 360cc injectors. Not so sure of the capabilities of the single cam motor.
Sorry not an answer to your question.. but if you decide not to go that route.. would you be willing to part ways with your DOHC NA motor?
I ask because my NA is in need of a rebuild (still my first choice), but may be easier to swap in a new engine if it's in good shape/low enough mileage and right price.
This peaked my interest when I saw you're in Alberta. I'm now in Manitoba so might actually makes sense for me.
Just let me know if it comes to that being an option.
Stock 10:1 engine handles the stock twins fine 10-12 psi is fairly safe. untuned on stock injectors with 93 Octane available - however, i did have some occasional very light knock during very specific scenarios when running 91 octane, so if you are in a place where 91 is only available keep that in mind.
93 with 10-15% ethanol gets along great with a untuned 10:1 TT overall.
even with my 16T's my 10:1 was still happy until about 13-14 psi on stock injectors and ECU.
if there was metal in the oil of your old engine, just make sure you clean all of the metal out of the oil lines, turbos, and oil cooler before you go slapping it on your NA Engine otherwise everything will get trashed.
1994 Panama Green GTO-SR
1992 Ascot Silver 3000GT SL
2004 Velocity Red Mazda RX-8
It will absolutely run, but a few things to keep in mind....
Although it's pretty close, your still running a different AFR on a 10:1 compression motor due to the fact that your running a VR4 ECU...
If 93 is not available, and 91 is your only choice you WILL LIKELY see some issues with knock but there's a way around this....
NEVER USE OCTANE BOOSTER, it's total crap waste of money that only adds a few points to your octane, you won't turn 91 to 93 with that snake oil.
Instead go and get yourself some race fuel at about 100 octane and make sure it's unleaded.
I get mine by the pump at would recommend Cam2 (Unleaded ONLY)...
It is pricey... About $9.50 a gallon here in PA (USA). But adding some in with 91 will keep knock at bay...
Personally I run a modded NA myself and she still runs best with a tad bit of Cam2 added to her 93... I never run below 1/4 tank because of some mods to my fuel system so a treat her here and there and keep octane just a tad higher than what is available at the pump...
That 10:1 compression is really your biggest detriment, but honestly if you feed her right and keep your boost at a sane level, you very well may like the results...
Also, I am to assume we are talking close to the same year here?
Your going to switch set-ups for some sensors depending on year and if you have a service manual at your disposal, I suggest you best study it in order to get the best rig you can....
You have a chance of MDP transfer issues, differences with your Fuel Pressure Regulator and the big one... EGR.
If you have one, kiss it goodbye!
It won't be compatible at all unless you build a complex rig and it's 100% not worth it. Get rid of the girl....
If you need to know the easiest way to get rid of it, with minimal effort and no CEL, I can give you a real simplistic option without you needing to scan all over for the info only to find the solution you read about isn't compatable with your year and set-up. There is a UNIVERSAL method now days and I suggest spending the extra 15 bucks or so to use it and kill the headache!
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