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My K20Z1 eg finally done with numbers

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by ntenc1, Dec 3, 2008.

  1. ntenc1

    ntenc1 New Member

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    I took my latest and probably last project to the track the other day. This is my 4th civic project at 33yrs old. I'm done. I always said I wanted a 11 sec car and I would be happy. It's not much but to me it was huge deal for me. I just thought I would share.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vzcL2qY9_4
     
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    driverunknown Senior Member

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    Nice! do you have any engine bay pics?
     
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    b16vt3c 95 EJ1 d16z6 turbo'd

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    I had a 1999 Si-R w/ a jdm k20 type-r w/ turbo

    that was my first k20 project
    all my other ones have been b16a turbo b18a1 ls/vtec
    but never a k20:D
     
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    Very nice:thumbsup:, I love k-swaps. Like driverunknown mentioned, let see some pics of the engine bay when you got some time.
     
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    Here are a few pics.
     

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    Well It did'nt last long! The whole I'm done thing. I made a pretty decent purchase. I'm going forced induction. Here is some goodies I just recieved. I will bring up pics as I go.
     

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    Respect to you dude.

    I’m from South Africa and this kind of build is very rare, infact we only have one K20 swap done in SA.

    The biggest problem that we have is the availability of parts and with our exchange rate it also becomes expensive.

    Once again Congrats
     
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    I hear you on that! It was exspensive. I could have never done it when I was a teenager. It is a very worth wild build no doubt! Just can be hard on the pocket. Thanks for the kind words man.
     
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    This is were I'm at so far.
     

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    damn nice welds you got there.
     
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    Thanks! I' was hoping someone was going to notice that! It's the small things. I was very pround how they turned out.
     
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    Hell yea! Those welds are pretty looking. I take it you TIG'd it?
     
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    Well I have almost finished my set up completly! This is my recent dyno chart. Very happy with the trace gains. I still find a little sputter from time to time. This time on the dyno it felt good.
     

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    Beautiful mix of from and a whole lot of function. Even back when it was N/A it was a damn clean swap. I love the running of the Braided Stainless fuel line too simple yet still clean. Great job, I'll be waiting to see how it takes to the track now.
     
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