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b20vtec tuning tips

Discussion in 'Honda Owners Forums' started by b20civic, 13 November 2009.

  1. b20civic

    b20civic Grease Monkey

    Messages:
    6
    Location:
    on a rock
    Car:
    B20vtec 98 civic2dr
    Can anyobody give me some tips on what to do to make this car any faster. Ive ran it a couple of time but im not satisfied with it. So far its a stock b20 block with a b16a head with an intake a AEM cam gears. Does setting cam gear really make a difference? Any help will do tahnks.
     
  2. MasterAuron

    MasterAuron Very Senior Member

    Messages:
    5,120
    Location:
    379bhp 359lbft
    Car:
    Mk1 Focus RS
    Quite a large displacement increase what ECU you running it on? Hows the B16 head cope with that bottom end?

    Timing can have quite a big effect on performance.
     
  3. b20civic

    b20civic Grease Monkey

    Messages:
    6
    Location:
    on a rock
    Car:
    B20vtec 98 civic2dr
    Im running a chipped P28 with a LSvtec basemap. The head does okay with the block handles the gigh RPM's but I dont really rev it that hi I shift at 7000RPM. What are the suggestion for timming in this one. I just had it timed it good but I can adjust cam gear setting I have adjustable cam gears.
     
  4. obi_waynne

    obi_waynne Administrator Staff Member Moderator

    Messages:
    35,710
    Location:
    Deal, Kent UK
    Car:
    A3 2.0 TDI
    A little bit of advance can't be bad. Tweak it slowly and see how you get on. As soon as the engine starts running badly it's time to back it off a little. A lot depends where you want the power to end up.
     
  5. b20civic

    b20civic Grease Monkey

    Messages:
    6
    Location:
    on a rock
    Car:
    B20vtec 98 civic2dr
    Any can help me out in this one. I need some tuning tips. What do you actually do when you say "tune". Im almost giving up on this car hehe.
     

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