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Friend's Del Sol VTEC

Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by Harms Way, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. Harms Way

    Harms Way Senior Member

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    This is my friends 1994 Del Sol VTEC. It has an LS bottom end with B16 head. The entire motor was built by DPR racing in California. It made 210 HP. I will post an exact parts list once I get it from him. Anyway, here are the pics:

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  2. Harms Way

    Harms Way Senior Member

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    No comments?
     
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    whats up with the huge rear tires?
     
  5. Harms Way

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    lol, maybe it's just the angle that the pics were taken. The car has 205/50/15's on it. It used to have stock fat fives on it, but he bought these Kosei K1 racing wheels that were roughly a half an inch wider than the fat fives.
     
  6. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    :shrug:

    They look the same size to me.

    Bump for a clean car.
     
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    Taco15 I wear stretchy pants VIP

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    oohhh nice paint. love the whell/tire combo.
     
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    EGProject YEEEEAAHHHHH

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    Clean ass car, love the 205's too. :thumbsup: for not going ultra-tite-JDM yo as well. Simple is good, simple is fast.
     
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    Thanks for the compliments guys. I will have an entire build list for you tonight.
     
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    maybe its just me, or maybe its the wee.. err..uhhh weird angle.. yeah thats it.

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  11. Harms Way

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    Heres the parts list:

    B18A1 block
    knife-edged crank
    fully balanced and blue-printed
    Ibeam rods
    swain coated pistons
    B16 head
    ported/polished/milled
    comp stage 2 cams
    DPR valve springs/retainers
    Skunk 2 cam gears
    ceramic coated valves-1mm over-sized intake valves
    .5mm over-sized exhaust valves
    bronze valve guides
    type r intake manifold
    Type R final drive w/ LSD and flywheel
    Exedy stage 2 clutch
    68mm STR throttle body (sucks)
    Password JDM intake
    RC 310 injectors
    custom oil feed lines
    Hondata S200 tuned
    Mugen replica header
    Tanabe hyper medallion exhaust - 2.5 test pipe
    Skunk 2 pro series coilovers


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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    What compression pistons?
     
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    They are 11.5:1 probe pistons, but the compression was calculated by measuring the cc of the combustion chamber filled with water (including the thickness of the head gasket) and the distance from the top of the piston to the top of the deck at tdc, as well as the total cc of the piston. The head was milled to the max witch was a mistake. But all said and done it came to 12:1. I want a thicker head gasket so I can make full use of the cams lift, or maybe even go with larger cams. When the motor was clayed up the valves scratched the piston reliefs, so they feathered them a little deeper.The motor is pretty tight.
     
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    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    you may want to consider editing out license plates when you post pics online.

    nice car though.
     
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    nice man! very nice
     
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    :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

    Sounds like a good solid foundation!
     
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