They are just a turbo manufacturer..they don't actually make a turbo kit for the RSX>..but their turbo is commonly used in most kits. The Turbonetics T3/T4 hybrid turbo is possibly the most common turbo used on the RSX.ITRGTR said:i hear alot of good things about cybernation. oh yea, dont forget turbonetics.
oh i see, thanks for clearing that upteamxrsx said:They are just a turbo manufacturer..they don't actually make a turbo kit for the RSX>..but their turbo is commonly used in most kits. The Turbonetics T3/T4 hybrid turbo is possibly the most common turbo used on the RSX.
:iamwiths: i like this guy :laughing: :laughing:bluesiTYPER said:This is exactly how the Civic boards were :laughing:
A lot of people downed Greddy for power numbers stating that, in the Civics case, Drag was a better kit..
But as I've stated millions of times, you have to correctly tune the vehicle to get the power..Greddy makes a very well put together turbo kit with very high quality parts, and can see substantial power gains on the proper setup..
Just to prove some wrong in our area, I personally used Greddy turbo components on two of our shop cars (they were a 00 Si and a 94 GSR), to show the incredible power numbers to be had when tuned properly..Both of these cars with 1.8L VTEC motors easily put out 350whp on a mild engine build with 9.3:1 compression after 30 minutes each on a dyno..this was not a complete tune as we were on a time restriction that day, but just an example to show you..
I had actually considered putting together a custom turbo kit for our new shop car ('03 RSX Type S), but I am now considering a Greddy kit to clear all of the misconceptions that seem to arise every time..
No bad words against any other kit; any properly sized and put together turbo kit can make power in the hands of the right tuner when given the proper setup..