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LOL my total bill has reached near 3600$.i think it will go to 4000$ tops.Just remove the two zero's from amount to calculate in $$

 
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Old 08-17-2015, 11:12 AM
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Smile Look what just arrived?

Atlast the kit is here.but other stuf mostly from USA is on way.
Muffler,transmission cooler,guages,especially AEM F/IC-6 etc etc
Once all things get here i will update you guys.meanwhile here are some pics of the kit.uality seems quite good.by looking at the filter,workshop man was asking" is it a HKS filter?
Turbo


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Some estimated flow rates of Td turbo's
Flow Rates @ 15psi:
TDO4-9B-6CM2 265 CFM
TDO5-12A-8CM2 320 CFM
TDO4-13G-5CM2 360 CFM
TEO4-13C-6CM2 360 CFM
TDO4L-13G-6CM2 360 CFM
TDO4L-15C-8.5CM2 390 CFM
TDO5H-14B-6CM2 405 CFM
TDO5H-14G-8CM2 465 CFM
TDO5H-16G-7CM2 505 CFM
TDO5H-16G-10CM2 505 CFM
TDO6-17C-8CM2 550 CFM
TDO6H-20G-14CM2 650 CFM
TDO7S-25G-17CM2 850 CFM
TFO8L-30V-18CM2 1200 CFM
 

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Old 09-07-2015, 01:43 AM
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Atlast the day has come.all equipment has arrived.today i will go to workshop for turbo installation.i will keep you guys updated via pics and vids.i am also posting at crz forum as i have same engine. i think today wiring with AEM FIC-6 will be completed and stock WOT runs for MAF clamps .tomorow turbo install and exhaust work. 3rd day tuning.
meanwhile i have bought elm OBDII adapter and torque pro to measure before and after turbo data.as there is no dyno in my city.here is what it is before turbo install.All figures are WHP and WTQ,max toruqe was 104 ft-pounds,i dont know why it was not showing at time i figured how to save screen shot.and about quarter mile time,i think i lifted my foot off paddle as there was traffic ahead.but i am sure 0-60 was at full throttle.


i may create a seperate thread and will post link here as initial pages of this thread are very old
 
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i am updating the thread at crz forum HERE coz i dont have much time these days to update both threads due to installation going on
 
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Old 09-10-2015, 09:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Fit Hybrid RS 2012 View Post
i am updating the thread at crz forum HERE coz i dont have much time these days to update both threads due to installation going on
Looks like it is coming together nicely. Looking forward to end result.
 
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Old 09-10-2015, 11:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Myxalplyx View Post
Looks like it is coming together nicely. Looking forward to end result.
Thanks man,today tuning is done.other things completed including 410 cc injectors.
i have an urgent question. what is stock injector size of L15A7 engine?
CRZ guys say 185cc but in this thread Lyon says its 277 cc?
my tuner was asking and i told him 185 cc but i am confused.can some one share a reliable proof of their size?
my tuning session is due just 6 hours later.so it urgent.
 
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The stock GE part number is 16450-rna-a01 and is 185cc

See the first picture in this post. The OP had his injectors flow tested:
https://www.fitfreak.net/forums/2nd-...r-install.html

The stock CRZ part number is 16450-rtw-a01 but I don't know the cc for sure.
 
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Atlast got time for some runs on motorway. i cant belive Cvt was able to handle this much torque @8-9 PSi
WTQ=190.4 Ft-Lb = 257 Nm
WHP=174
whihc nears approximatily
HP=194
Torque=210 ft-Lb = 287 Nm


1/4 time is not accurate as i had to lift off the paddle due to traffic.
My best 0-100 is 8.2 sec and i think this cant be improved as it is auto gear car
1/4 mile 16.5 sec
 
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Old 12-04-2015, 11:17 PM
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Wow...the silence is deafening. No comments on his results and the turbo? Thought more people would be interested in getting this outside of the one fella that recently posted about it.
 
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no problem so far

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Wow...the silence is deafening. No comments on his results and the turbo? Thought more people would be interested in getting this outside of the one fella that recently posted about it.
guess i have to post myself :P
near 7000 km since turbo,going great.as my most drive is in city so i kinda feel the turbo lag although it starts spooling near 2700 rpm but as mine is a hybrid plus a cvt so rpms are relatively on lower side.but its a blast to drive in paddle shift mode where rpms can be kept higher
one downside which i feel is AEM FIC cant uplift rpm limit,so my top speed is around 210km/h although it reaches there in like no time .other than that FIC is pretty amazing,no jerks no gliches etc.after 2 months my LTFT are near zero,both ECU's are happy,so is my motor and so am i.
cvt cooler is doing nice keeping max temp at 160 F ,although i think its bit on cold side,i read it should be B/W 170-190F.
i updated my thread regularly on crz forum as they are more active.this thread kinda felt dead after i comleted my project.was shocking to me but i posted it so that some one can benefit from it.
my best 0-60 is 7.4 sec. and i think it cant be improved as its cvt and i dont wanna launch it with handbrake etc to cause any damage to it.
m using 5w50 liquimoly.althought Honda says to use 0w20 :P
 

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This is great and I'm certainly appreciative that you post here about it. I'll be looking at the videos once I get home (at work now).

What kind of CVT cooler you have? I have a CVT as well. All of my automatic transmission cars have a tranny cooler but I haven't done any real research on a CVT cooler.

I'm glad the car is running well.
 
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Old 12-06-2015, 10:19 AM
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its not a special cooler,just an automatic trans cooler by long-tru with low temp bypass
http://www.ebay.com/itm/COOLER-OC-4454-18-000-LB-TRU-COOL-7-1-4-x-11-x-3-4-LOW-PRESSURE-/261297997537?hash=item3cd69306e1&vxp=mtr
 
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Old 12-07-2015, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Fit Hybrid RS 2012 View Post
its not a special cooler,just an automatic trans cooler by long-tru with low temp bypass
Cooler OC 4454 18 000 lb Tru Cool 7 1 4" x 11" x 3 4" Low Pressure | eBay
Thank you!

I'm still blown away at how much torque the CVT is handling. Love the blow off valve sound.

BTW: When you are accelerating, do you simply press on the gas pedal or do you do something else?
 

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Old 12-08-2015, 02:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Myxalplyx View Post
Thank you!

I'm still blown away at how much torque the CVT is handling. Love the blow off valve sound.

BTW: When you are accelerating, do you simply press on the gas pedal or do you do something else?
Normally i just press the gas paddle,but when i need a real kick in torque i slightly flip off the paddle and than press hard again.with this method it provides near 210 ft-lp torque and cvt even doest slip(i dont know why Honda did't open their cvt potential? i mean why just limit the cvt ?
without this method car is at near 170-180 ft-lb toqure and cvt even slips if suddenly accelerated.
Here's 0-100 video,you will see speedo jump at near 45km/h when turbo kicks in.
may be i should do a video with traction control off and with paddle shifts
 

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Old 12-08-2015, 06:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Fit Hybrid RS 2012 View Post
Normally i just press the gas paddle,but when i need a real kick in torque i slightly flip off the paddle and than press hard again.with this method it provides near 210 ft-lp torque and cvt even doest slip(i dont know why Honda did't open their cvt potential? i mean why just limit the cvt ?
without this method car is at near 170-180 ft-lb toqure and cvt even slips if suddenly accelerated.
Here's 0-100 video,you will see speedo jump at near 45km/h when turbo kicks in.
may be i should do a video with traction control off and with paddle shifts
0-100 in 7.4 sec honda Fit hybrid turbo RS - YouTube
Awesome! One suggestion if you don't mind trying it out.

0) Place the car in the lowest gear possible (1 or L if you have that and leave it there),
1) When you accelerate, tap the gas pedal. What I mean is you hit the gas pedal and lift off slightly before hitting the gas pedal again. Do this 5 times in a row 'quickly and smoothly'.
2) Note how fast you accelerate vs the normal way you do it.

This is what I do to get the fastest acceleration out of my CVT. If I'm right and you record this on your Torque device, you'll notice your max torque will be lower than normal (A bonus actually for the CVT) because you will actually skip over the midrange torque peak. However, your acceleration should be quicker by 2-4/10ths. Expect quicker 1/4 mile times as well, by 2-4/10ths.
 

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Sorry if this question has been answered already but will this fit in a USDM GE8? Very interested in this kit for the future...
 
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DIY needed for USDM Fits

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Sorry if this question has been answered already but will this fit in a USDM GE8? Very interested in this kit for the future...
This kit is mainly for JDM and Asian Fits which have short hood, but USDM Fit has longer Nose,so the you will have to buy some universal lenghts of intercooler charged piping.Rest engine is same,so you wont have any issues with manifold etc. but with cheap and quality kit like this it wont hurt to order some extra silicon hoses,some U or T pipes and may be 2 feet of extra piping,which will cost may be 100$ all.
in short,you will have to do some DIY to fit it onto a USDM Fit.
Mine was a hybrid Fit but i took risk and imported it.very little modification was needed in an exhaust pipe bend which took may be 20 mins for welder.
Other that that it was a nice fit bolt on kit.Turbo is medium size.starts spooling at near 3000 rpm and full boost at 4500 Rpm.Turbo is good upto near 350 WHP.
 

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Old 12-19-2015, 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Fit Hybrid RS 2012 View Post
This kit is mainly for JDM and Asian Fits which have short hood, but USDM Fit has longer Nose,so the you will have to buy some universal lenghts of intercooler charged piping.Rest engine is same,so you wont have any issues with manifold etc. but with cheap and quality kit like this it wont hurt to order some extra silicon hoses,some U or T pipes and may be 2 feet of extra piping,which will cost may be 100$ all.
in short,you will have to do some DIY to fit it onto a USDM Fit.
Mine was a hybrid Fit but i took risk and imported it.very little modification was needed in an exhaust pipe bend which took may be 20 mins for welder.
Other that that it was a nice fit bolt on kit.Turbo is medium size.starts spooling at near 3000 rpm and full boost at 4500 Rpm.Turbo is good upto near 350 WHP.
Oh alright. This will most likely be a project for far down the road.
 

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