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Here is part 1 of my type r turbo install videos, showing how to uninstall the stock turbo. Please like and subscribe!


Here is Part 2 of 2 on installing a civic type r turbo on the 10th gen Accord.


These are the following parts you will need to do the swap.

18900-5BF-A01 Turbocharger
18120-RPY-G00 Cover, Tubrbocharger
15535-RPY-G00 Washer, Sealing
90010-59B-000 BOLT,STUD 10X32 (2 quantity)
90012-59B-004 NUT,SELF LOCK 10M (2 quantity)
18233-RPY-G01 Gasket A, Turbocharger
15544-RWC-A01 Gasket, Oil Return Pipe
19524-RPY-G01 Gasket, Turbocharger Pipe
17285-6B2-A01 Gasket, Turbocharger Joint Pipe
19522-RPY-G00 Pipe, Turbocharger Water (A)
Beduan 5/8" to 3/8" Reducer
Gates 28466 90 Degreees Molded Heater Hose (2 Quantity)
4 Hose Clamps to fit over the heater hose ends
2ft of 3/8" coolant hose.
2 Hose clamps to fit over the heater hose ends.
 

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He Good Video ~ May I suggest a list of Parts Number in Your Post and Or
1-11 steps with some Details - on Hard to see Items Like the Bolt down in Front of Electric Fan . .

Keep Up Good stuff
If you view the video on YouTube you will see that a part list is documented.

@tommypenguin as always thanks for doing/sharing your upgrades. (y)
 

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So, I have a 2018 10G Accord Hybrid, (Ex-L). Great car in all respects except underpowered for some of the highways (passing) and mountains here in AZ. I suspect that bolting on a turbo is a non-starter because there is no ECU software in existence to even start from. Any ideas how to get some better performance from the 20-liter Atkinson will be appreciated. Thanks!
--Warren
 

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Added part 2 to the original post. No idea on the hybrid, would start a dedicated thread asking about it.
 
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