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So I have been dead set on getting info on the TVS1900 because you ALL have failed me, it is so easy for people on this site to just say "naw won't work you're stupid if you think it does". Well fellas remember in history when Galileo said that the earth revolved around the sun and was arrest for saying that, well watch this video of a STOCK block 8th gen civic with the TVS1900.
When displacement and compression are ruled out, look to the head and valvetrain.

There is a very big difference between the K20 head and the Ecotec LSJ, LE5, LNF, and L61 head.


Our valves are considerably smaller, in addition to a inferior head design.

You can port our head as much as you want
Use which ever valve springs you like
Run any cam combo you want

End of the day... you're not touching a K20 head if you're still using stock valves.

Do you know what PSI he was at by the end of the pull in that video? That will give you the answer.
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Do you know what PSI he was at by the end of the pull in that video? That will give you the answer.
They claim around 19psi.

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19psi through a Honda head is a fuckton more airflow than 19psi through an ecotec
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They claim around 19psi.

At 8500rpm...
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Now plug 19 PSI to the TVS1900 efficiency map
2.3 PR

Need to know the pulley size, crank pulley diameter, and engine RPM.

(Engine RPM X Crank Pulley Diameter) / S/C Pulley = S/C RPM

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What about forged pistons with a higher compression? Could 400whp be possible on pump?
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What about forged pistons with a higher compression? Could 400whp be possible on pump?
1320 could on E or meth
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What about forged pistons with a higher compression? Could 400whp be possible on pump?
Pump E-85 :p

https://www.cobaltss.net/forums/dyno...arrier-321392/
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I have an E85 pump two miles from me but ethanol content varies wildly throughout the year and it sucks if you need to travel. A flex fuel kit would be awesome.
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Originally Posted by Kickbutts228 View Post
So I have been dead set on getting info on the TVS1900 because you ALL have failed me, it is so easy for people on this site to just say "naw won't work you're stupid if you think it does". Well fellas remember in history when Galileo said that the earth revolved around the sun and was arrest for saying that, well watch this video of a STOCK block 8th gen civic with the TVS1900.
you are 100% clueless there is big difference between a k series head and an ecotec head the amount of air they move is stupid compared to an ecotec head and then they have the best valve train setup out there and no lash adjusters and the ones in the ecotec head are garbage you need to dig deeper before you run off at the mouth about another platform making power


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But in theory wouldnt the 1900 be better because it can be just as efficient as the 1320 while spinning slower producing less heat?
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OP if you are seriously interested in the 1900 and info on it then I may be able to help, Inbox me. I didn't read the entire thread but generally speaking Steve(100% METH), Anthony (Advise) & John(Mr Belvedere) know their **** when I comes to the supercharged LSJ's, several others in this thread too but I'm not gonna list everyone individually. I am also getting ready to put my TVS1900 setup up for sale. I bought a G8 and the Cobalt will be either returned to stock or converted to a 1320 setup so it can assume DD duties.

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OP if you are seriously interested in the 1900 and info on it then I may be able to help, Inbox me. I didn't read the entire thread but generally speaking Steve(100% METH), Anthony (Advise) & John(Mr Belvedere) know their **** when I comes to the supercharged LSJ's, several others in this thread too but I'm not gonna list everyone individually. I am also getting ready to put my TVS1900 setup up for sale. I bought a G8 and the Cobalt will be either returned to stock or converted to a 1320 setup so it can assume DD duties.
ill trade you my 1320 and sum dollas
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