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All-Motor setup--Tell me what you think!!!

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by 12secondCRX, Apr 25, 2004.

  1. 12secondCRX

    12secondCRX Senior Member

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    GSR 1.8L block bored to 2.0L:
    Iron Sleeves
    JE pistons
    Eagle Rods
    Bore, Hone, Hot tank, Deck (if nec)
    Balanced Crank
    Polished Crank
    All new Bearings & Thrusts
    All new seals, and Oil pan Gasket
    New VTEC oil pump
    New VTEC water pump


    B16a Head
    Cams,springs,retainers
    P&P
    DTR Header
    310 injectors
    255 fuel pump
    cam gears
    68mm TB

    I need opinions on which cams to get also? Any comments or suggestions would be great. This is going in a Crx. TIA
     
  2. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    sounds like you've been shopping at IBSpec :)

    what kinda cams, springs retianers?
     
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    12secondCRX Senior Member

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    Yeah IB :D but I was trying to get some thoughts on what people think would be the best cams for the set-up.
     
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    Smonkeyboy Senior Member

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    skunk2 stage2 or toda B's are a good strong streetable cam.


    why not just get an IBspec motor??
     
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    12secondCRX Senior Member

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    I'm going to use there block probably but I already have the head I'm going to use. I don't need streetable cams because I only race it. Thanks and keep the replies coming.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    toda C's or rocket E-24's
     
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    If it is not going to be a street car my vote is with the TODA C's. They are a pricey cam, if you want some streetablitly you might want to check out Skunk2 stage 2.
     
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    how high of is the c/r on the pistons?
     
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    12secondCRX Senior Member

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    How much do the C's normally go for?

    NotUrAverage_Si-We're going to build it to 15:1 CR. :)
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    If you really wanna go quicker on NA, go a little more than just some motor work...


    skunk2 intake manifold, mild head pnp job, skunk2 stage 2 camshafts-retainers-valves-springs, (or TODA C since this isn't a street car) jdm itr header, straight pipe to replace cat, your exhaust, skunk2 short shifter, fidanza 7.5 lb flywheel, act 220mm b-series ai4-xtss clutch kit (this clutch is good for 300 front wheel hp, but you might need a higher one), 98-spec jdm-itr-lsd 4.785-f.d. trans, slicks, 10.5-11 lb. rims

    Don't forget the vtec and hondata/uberdata and a nice hefty weight loss program.
     
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    I'm going with the STR manifold because I have a partial sponsorship from them, as for some of the other stuff mentioned it's in my first post. I really think I need to check the Toda C's out because your like the third or fourth person that has mentioned these. I already have the clutch, slicks, drag rims, and have removed my cat. with custom 2.5 inch exhaust all the way back from header. Thanks for the info and keep the suggestions coming. :)
     
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    I would advice against the STR manifold, if your sponsored by them try out their dipstick


    also there was a post on how to make your own ITB's
     
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    12secondCRX Senior Member

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    Why not there manifold?
     
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    cause it's so HUGE.!!!


    too big for NA
     
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    how much horse power are you expecting from this set up?, and how fast you want to go?
    what kind of shell you have?
    and finally how much did it cost you?
     
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    MikeBergy Blah blah blah....

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    15:1 CR????? Good Grief, expect to pay up the rear for like 115 octane gas, or run methanol or something. You should also change your name to "betterthan12secondcrx". That reminds me of that all motor 9 second crx "el natural" I read about a while back. He was running like 15:1 on his h22. Good luck dude, you should probably have a tuner/engineer custom design you some bumpsticks, cause normal aftermarket one prolly won't cut it with that cr. I hope you are running closed deck sleeves too, with those kinds of cylinder pressures
    :D
     
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    12secondCRX Senior Member

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    As for HP I'm looking to make 230whp+.
    I want mid 11's in the 1/4mile in my '90 Crx DX
    Also the motor is going to cost between 6-8,000 depending on how much me and my friends do.


    The guy your thinking of actually runs tens all-motor and his name is Jeremy Lookofsky and the crx is for sell. He's running a civic now. There's only been a couple of 9's run in All-Motor Eric,Leslie and Padilla are the only ones to do it as far as I know.
     
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