Would I have to sleeve the cylinder walls of the block if I was going to put a turbo on this engine?
So I figured out the engine is a jdm h22a red top type s with a euro r manifold. My question is I just read that that engine has 220bhp. So how much more horse power am I getting, in a ballpark range, with that manifold? And the guy swears it's 13 to 1 compression but I am unsure. Any and all information will be appreciated. Thanks.
The previous owner had a special bracket made to make the IACV work with the obd I on the H22a.If you turbo without sleeving it'll be on borrowed time, so yes you really need to sleeve if you are going to turbo.
It is 11:1 compression ratio and probably still in the 220 flywheel bhp ballpark even with the intake manifold, in fact, you are probably down on low end torque because of it and the intake pipe as you no longer have the IAB's and metered air flow at lower RPM's.