Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by QuickestNAaccord, Oct 31, 2006.
Here is the car:
MISC shots unfinished:
Here are a few more pics... Before final lettering.
WE ARE READY!!!! ;D
Here are some engine specifics:
Engine Block: '93 H22a "bored and stroked" to 2.44ltrs of displacement built by Collective Racing. Custom 98mm Crank, Darton sleeves, Crower Pro-billet rods, 12/1 compression 89mm JE pistons, Prodrive oil pump, ATR crank pulley, manual timing belt tensioner conversion, ARP main studs.
Cylinder head: Vance and Hines portwork, Skunk2 Pro 1 camshafts, Skunk2 springs and titainium retainers, 2000 Prelude LMAs, 50mm TWM ITBs, RC engineering 440cc Fuel injectors, STR cam seal, Skunk2 cam gears, RMF 4-1 header, ARP head studs, Cometic head gasket.
Son of a..... wow thats freakin awesome!!
why do you want everyone to register to enter your web site?
I had to register here didn't I? Collective Racing's site is owned by another entity, not me. I don't have any say... sorry.
Thanks for the compliment on the car.
Nice job guys...really nice. It's a H22 from a Type-S lude right?
that header is pretty neat looking.
sure, we all register to become part of the community. not to look around...sweet car though
Bump for Scott- great car!
wonder how i missed this before..
Nice hatch man! What numbers you puttin down? What times you looking to achieve and have you achieved? One more... whats up with the header? It comes out, down a little, then back in towards the motor then down again? I've just never heard or seen one like that.
Best motto ever. "No flash, just fast."
Is it just me or no door latch or hole in window for door latch on the drivers side?
the header is RMF. hes ones of the best header fabricators out there. his headers are in the top 3 of making power (SMSP, RMF, SSR). the extra turns were probably to get a specific length before the collector and still have the collector right before the oil pan for better ground clearance. and it looks sweet in black, but im partial to that
car looks sweet.
thats gorgeous. are you selling those 98mm cranks (or who did you get it from) and what length rods are you using. im super curious.
all motor > everything
NA is the expensive way to go slow....
comming from someone with ITB's in their avatar lol
who said you cant use ITBs in a FI engine?
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