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Complete engine build list

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by EGDriver93, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. EGDriver93

    EGDriver93 New Member

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    So I am going to build me a complete race engine. Either a B18C5 or a K20A2. It is going to be for SCCA competitions and time trials. I'm pretty ambitious and a quick learner, but I need a complete list of parts (studs, screws, washers, retainers, springs, etc.etc. etc.) Now I know this seems crazy to post such a demand here, but if not here then where? I stand by my work so far. Now I'm talking mostly mechanical parts [the heart of the motor]. If anyone can direct me to a site, or book it would be greatly appreciated.

    And no retarded comments please.......I'm not as dumb as I seem :cool:
     
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    o_O what classes are you planning on running? What is the motor going into?
     
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    I'll be shooting for the National solo series....maybe. But also the NASA Time Trials circuit/ Honda challenge. The engine will be going into a 93 EG Si hatch.
     
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    That'll be fun. I'm assuming you have previous driving experience. What is it?
     
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    haha actually very little. I've done driving classes and basically absorbed every bit of racing tips, tricks, information, techniques, read books and I am ready to put it to the test. I'll be attending Skip Barbers classes at Laguna Seca when I am out of college. This build will take me awhile and money is scarce when you are in college, but I am ready to take the leap. I believe we should all follow what we love to do.
     
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    If you're new, you should look into getting into autocross. I just started doing it recently, it's lots of fun. Your Si would handle it well.
     
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    Yeah I've done AutoX a few times. An EG hatch was almost built for it.....Very quick. You can find me practicing in industrial area parking lots that have a lot of light stands. Hoping my local track will host some more events so I can do it in an enclosed/safer area.
     
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