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Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by 97hatch, Dec 10, 2006.

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    Bisimoto Race Engineering - Adapter Plates any one have any experience with these i have a 95 si hatch with a blown motor and i have a perfect h23 and ecu in the garage/storage shed till the 1st when i move in to my new house i was thinking that this might be a cool DD for a little bit
     
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    thats cool, or you could just sell me the h23 :ph34r:

    i saw a lot of posts on those things on tuneruniversity.com none of the cars were DD though.
     
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    make offer i have a h22 head to go with it if your up for that
     
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    oh god...i didnt think that would work. gah...new computer...new engine....shyt.

    If i could get it all for 900 (shipped to 75028) id take it. Really the only free cash i have right now is going towards a new computer...so thats all i can offer.
     
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    new computer< h23 vtec


    i dont know shipping would eat my profit
     
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    let me know by january 1
     
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    they are stronger cheaper and easier to find
     
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    700 bucks though fuck that shit.
     
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    Oh cool. I didn't know that he was selling them. I know for sure that someone with a built D series transmission setup would want to keep it in the car instead of swapping it out again- this just increases the number of combinations you can run. Being able to keep your existing axle/transmission/linkage setup is nice, especially if you have some cash invested in it already. It also enables you to choose whatever engine you want no matter what transmission you have.

    As for daily driven, I'm sure it would be fine. The RWD guys do this kind of thing all the time- just look at all the VW people using non-VW engines in their Beetles, buses and Ghias. They're all over the place. Intercrew used an H to B setup in their drag del Sol, and it ran low 11.2s in its initial shakedown passes.
     
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    what happened to the crx?
     
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    thats what i thought i know that 700 is kind of pricey but o well i think that i would work great yea i know that rwd guys have been doing this for years thats why almost every rwd race car has a gm powerglide trany in it wether it be a ford/chrystler/toyota yes toyota i know of three 9 sec supras in Indianapolis that have powerglides
     
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    yeah but you arent making a rwd race car, fuck for 700 bucks just get an LS swap.
     
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    when you have a spool or lsd do you really need equal length shafts and you can get all the upgrades that you can for a h or b tranny anthey are far lighter and you are still forgeting that they are stronger some people are runing 8-10 sec quarters on stock gears try that with a b or h series
     
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    They stopped running it quite a while ago I think?

    Equal length axles are still important, even if you have a spool. Just because the diff is locked up doesn't mean that you're not going to have different rates of twist from unequal length axles.
     
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    Its possible, ive only been to the new shop once, and they were getting ready for a drift event, so i didnt have a whole lotta time to shoot the shit.

    werd. think of it this way, if you have a 1' long screw driver it takes a hell of a lot more force to get a stuck screw than a 4-5" screwdriver. The shorter one will torque harder, and youll still end up with torque steer.
     
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    i realize this about torque on the axle and twisting but i dont think that i would be that big of a issue you know the intermediate shaft can twist and deflect also
     
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