B20v all motor green ghost

B20v all motor green ghost

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Engine Detail: Advance
Stock Head: No
Head Type: Portflow
Valve Type: Supertech
Valve Spring Type: Turbo supertech
Camshaft Type: Pro 2
Camshaft Sprocket Adjustment: 0 , 0
Stock Block: No
Block Type: B20b
Block Bore Size: 84.5
Block Sleeves: Stock
Engine Compression Ratio: 11.5:1
Piston Type: Supertech
Piston Size: 84.5
Connecting Rod Type: Shotpeend
Crankshaft Type: Stock
Balanced Crankshaft: No
Micro polish Crankshaft: Yes
Knife Edged Crankshaft: No

Power Transfer

Transmission Detail: Basic
Transmission Manufacturer: Ctr
Automatic or Manual Gears: Manual
Number of Gears: Ctr


Engine Setup: Naturally Aspirated
Manifold Setup: Standard Vacuum Manifold
Throttle Body Type: Skunk 2
Throttle Body Size: 74mm
Air Intake Type: Whale penis
Intake Manifold Type: Ultra series
Injector Type: 550 rc
Injector Size: 550
Header Type: Tri y
Exhaust Type: Vibrant
Catalytic Converter: No Cat
Fuel Type: E85

Power Output

Tuned by: Other
Engine Management Type: S300
Dyno Type: Bubba tune
Dynoed Horsepower: 215hp@7300rpm
Dynoed Torque: 151tq@7300rpm

Additional Information

Setup Information

Nano nitrous kit purchased will be installed soon. Stock sleeves which is why I didn’t push the limit on compression. saving some room for nitrous. Up top is a video of it doing some damage

There are 10 comments for this build
  1. TunerWizard at 9:09 pm

    Great setup Midorisir! The nitrous will give it a boost in performance for sure. I’m wondering why you didn’t go 14:1 compression since you’re on E85. The car would put upwards in the 240hp range if on a dynojet dyno. Also I think the HP would be achieved higher in the rpm range. 215 @6500 means that if you take it up to 9krpm, you should be making 225+ hp….. unless 6500rpm is a typo. Anyhow great build!

    • Midorisir at 9:32 pm

      Thank you tuner wizard I actually hit 220 at when we took it to 9k but I lowered the redline to 8500 which made 215

      • Midorisir at 9:54 pm

        Would you be able to tell me why my plugs keep fouling out? I’ve tried every stage copper? @tunerwizard

          • Midorisir at 10:20 pm

            I get about 3 good passes before they start sputtering at full throttle. When I take them out I have a white residue on the tip. I’ve been replacing them like crazy. Once I install new ones it’s fine. I haven’t tried irideum yet so I’m thinking I should. I dont have a wide and so I don’t know my ratio but I just got it tuned from bubba at do it dyno a reputable tuner

  2. TunerWizard at 10:10 pm

    Hows the air fuel ratio? You could only flood them if you are running super rich. Copper should be fine but you will have to replace them more often. Just the nature of the material and design. Iridium should be fine for your setup.

    BTW – the engine within the green bay looks cool… and that s2 manifold is sick.

    • Midorisir at 10:37 pm

      Tunerwizard I’m getting a white residue on plugs after 3 good passes then I get sputtering at full throttle. I don’t have a wide band so I can’t read it but I got it tuned by bubba at do it dyno a reputable tuner in ca. I doubt it’s flooding. Do you think irideums will probley get the job done?

  3. TunerWizard at 10:49 pm

    If you’re getting white residue on only cylinder 3, make sure injector 3 is cleaned. Maybe it’s not getting enough fuel to the cylinder. It sounds like it’s running lean. You really need a wideband to know for sure you’re not running too lean.

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