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Old 06-19-2007, 07:52 PM
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up for more. here is a better pic set of my setup. thanks tallkyle for the pics...i'm plastering them in all the threads i can! i'm a *****....i love f22s








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theres about to be one more of us. we are putting a dsm kit on my brothers 93 wagon hopefully within 2 weeks.
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this is my setup after the rebuild.



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Any dyno numbers or track times?
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not yet. just finished the rebuild last week. hooked up the turbo yesterday and we still have some gremlins in the system but after that is all corrected i am going to go to have some ECtune magic done to it.
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can anyone tell me what fuel pressure ur running?? i am going to set mine tonight and i was wondering what baseline pressures everyone is running.
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my f22 nonvtec stock bottom end EF (pictured above) just ran an [email protected] 125 the other night. only got one full boost run in....(PACKED)... should have mid/low 11's in it with a full tune, and the better turbo i'm strapping to it this week..
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Wow, thats pretty impressive. Those light *** EF's move when you put something with power underneath the hood.
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Here is my boy's accord with a nonvtec f22







simple setup with an evo 16g, dsm manifold, delta cam, etc.

Setup made 270whp on 9psi through a full 2.5" exhaust with an old worn out motor and ran [email protected]

Now it is straight open 3" downpipe and has a few more upgrades with more boost + a new block ( old one suffered from a huge boost spike )

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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by SOHC_MShue &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Here is my boy's accord with a nonvtec f22
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That's mine! Good old Mshue tuned the monster and the only problem it has at the track now is trraaccttion! Regardless, get ready for some more go-fast upgrades this summer.
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by redzcstandardhatch &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">my f22 nonvtec stock bottom end EF (pictured above) just ran an [email protected] 125 the other night. only got one full boost run in....(PACKED)... should have mid/low 11's in it with a full tune, and the better turbo i'm strapping to it this week.. </TD></TR></TABLE>

wow very nice... just curious if you know the weight of the car? cause 125mph traps is FLYING for the amount of boost your running.

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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by teamlegacy &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">That's mine! Good old Mshue tuned the monster and the only problem it has at the track now is trraaccttion! Regardless, get ready for some more go-fast upgrades this summer.</TD></TR></TABLE>
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my car weighs 2020lbs.. 24.5'' x 8'' slicks.

anybody else running an undampened crank pulley? i think its contributing to my oil pumps dying.
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also, anybody running prodrive/circuitworks oil pump gears?

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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by redzcstandardhatch &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">my car weighs 2020lbs.. 24.5'' x 8'' slicks.

anybody else running an undampened crank pulley? i think its contributing to my oil pumps dying.</TD></TR></TABLE>

Wow thats light, nice work. Ive heard good things about prodrive but for the most part with any high revving motor an upgraded crank pulley should be a must.
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well, i guess you'd call a tiny undampened crankpulley an upgrade, power wise. its doing what it should, but i think i might need a dampner (ATI, etc), or at least a factory one.

H dampners/pulleys fit F engines right?

with our injector duty cycle, we assume its making about 400 whp. gotta figure out this oil issue though
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Damn 2020lbs, my accord is a tank compared to that... just add about 1000 lbs... ... I feel fat.

I would stick with stock oil pump gear but I would definately be using a dampened crank pulley, the problem is where do you find one? No one can tell me for sure if the h22 ones would be ok on the f, so I have been stuck with putting the stock damper/ pulley back on for now.

I would think the h22 damper/ pulley would be ok, very similar motor afterall but.. I dont want to asume what I dont know.

I just know I definately would be running some kind of damper... whether stock or aftermarket.


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ATI is a good unit... i would think you should be able to use an H on the F. Only way to know is to try it and then post it up so everyone can be informed
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I wonder if bisimoto or someone is running one on his f series... just curious.

Anyone wanna donate a fluidamper to me.

Edit: I am going to run the stock one for now, it is in good condition and maybe switch at a later point.


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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by ForceFed_Motorsports &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Only way to know is to try it and then post it up so everyone can be informed </TD></TR></TABLE>

I posted that as a rule of thumb... obviously it will work since your using one now, *cough*jackass*couch*
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bisi is running one of his pullies (like i have), as are MANY other guys...it seems to work great in lower HP or limited use applications. i dont doubt it'd be fine on a stock engine...

mines making an estimated 390-410 whp, and similar torque numbers though.

talking to ATI about getting drawings for a damper, to see if it'll fit in my swap..might have to knock away the frame more
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Oh right i didnt even think about it interfering with the frame... hope the belt doesnt go bad lol. Might be loosening some motor mounts to get it off.
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anybody know what the smallest factory pulley is? f? h? h22/23? any differences?
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yeah...they put HUGE MF'ers on these things from the factory..

anybody think a modified B series pulley would dampen enough (factory pulley, with the hole opened up enough)
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