leons ka24det





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Published on Nov 26, 2009

built ka24det!

Comments • 29

now that right there is a good ol'fashioned sleeper lmao!
Brian Oh
performance over cosmetics. good shit.
Jerid Rutledge
I'm stoked that my KA24DE is almost done. Wiseco 90mm pistons, eagle rods, clevite bearings, BC top-end with dual exhaust cams, MLS head gasket, ARP studs/bolts/fastners, OEM oil pump, thermostat, Chase bays fuel filter & braided fuel lines, Walboro 255lph fuel pump, Poly motor mounts (basically solid), 400hp rated comp. clutch. I feel like I'm leaving stuff out, but you get the idea. Parts alone ran me around 3-3.5 grand. This build is not easy when done right! haha
Jerid Rutledge
I currently have one fully forged and being put together at the machine shop. Matter of fact, I need to call those guys! I don't have turbo or engine management yet, but I think I can piece that stuff together fairly cheap considering there is a ton of turbo cars right down the road from me. I had a DSM shop owner tell me he'd hook it up on price when I was ready for turbo, throw on a SAFC with light boost until I can afford a proper tune. I can't wait :) Also, it's going in a 93 hatchback s13.
mrdrift 300
revupdsm jpnlive
what about internals?
Jimmy So
Looks like a very good quality build! 
I have KA motor and I have 2k for rebuild, i want to put a turbo on it what should I do?
Clay Stanley
what coil is that? a MSD? would you recommend it? 
leon sanders
That was a greddy 20g but I changed my whole setup.I have a 62mm now.that turbo u want would b good for a drag car but sooper laggy
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