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Old 05-19-2018, 03:46 AM
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Long story short I've left the sohc game and sold the coupe then used some of that fund towards the new project. I will surely miss the single cams as it is super easy to work on, but It's just wasn't going to work with what I'm trying to do, so it's time to move on and learn the ways to DOHC and be more competitive with reliable power. I kind of miss having something to update so with that said, i am back to honda-tech to share this new journey. Anyways, the goal is to make around 780-800whp hit 9.60s in the quarter and pass certs on IFO events so here's what i got cooking over the past few months...

CHASSIS:
1993 honda civic dx
Gutted interior and dash
Carbon fiber trunk
PIC 18k drag suspesion rear 12k fronts
Bwr front control arms
Bwr lower control arms
Blox proseries upper control arms
S2000 seat
Sparco wheel momo hub
Hasports 94a mounts
Braded brake lines
Blox camber kit
PCI side skirts "Don't have"
Catch pan "Don't have"
Scatter shield "Don't have"
Mugen strut bar
Bwr staging brake
Bwr subframe brace
Integra front spindles
Disc brakes
Slotted rotors
Hawk pads
10point roll cage "don't have"
I'm forgetting a lot of stuff but will update as i go.

SHORT BLOCK:
B18c1 golden eagle sleeved 85mm o-ringed
B18c1 polished crankshaft
AEBS upgraded H11 head studs
Acl race bearings "Don't have"
Manley turbo tuffs
Wiseco 9.5:1 medium wrist pins
Moroso oil pan
Ati super race damper
Cometic .30 85mm hg
B18c oem oil pump
Oem water pump
Gates timing belt "Don't have"

CYLINDER HEAD:
B18c1 cylinder head "Melvin ports complete head package"
00 ITR camshaft
Golden eagle cam gear
Supertech inconel valves
Supertech 80lbs valve springs
Supertech retainers
Supertech bronze guides
Supertech valve seals
Ngk iridiums

TRANSMISSION:
B18c1 stock gears synchrotech 3rd 4th synchros
LS 5th gear
Quaife LSD
Planning on running liberty faceplate if budget allows "Don't have"
Competition twin disc clutch

FORCED INDUCTION:
Precision 6766 81ar T4 H-cover
Precision 46mm wastegate "Might go single 60mm"
Top mount T4 "Don't have"
Go-Auto 27x13x3" single back door intercooler kit
Tial 50mm BOV
3.5" Up-pipe
2" wastegate up-pipe
Edelbrock victor-x ported runners and to 74mm
Skunk2 alpha 74mm throttle body
Hondata 4-port solenoid

FUEL SUPPLY:
Magnafuel 625 external pump
Bosch 2200cc
Edelbrock efi-pro fuel rail
Aeromotive A1000 fuel regulator
DWFF70 inline fuel filter
-8 feed -6 return
Sump tank

MISCELLANEOUS:
Hondata S300 V3
Vms 13x9 drag wheel
M/t 24.5x9x13 slicks
Auto-meter oil pressure gauge
Auto-meter boost gauge
Innovative LC2 wideband
Racepack switch panel "Don't have"

I am about 80-90% there parts wise and I'm sure i am forgetting a lot of things, but this is close and things will be subject to change as is go. Anyways, who wants some pictures?!

The new shell







With it in my garage i transferred the suspension, subframe, control arms etc...





Gotta make sure to rep Dan @Saucespot


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I'm currently refreshing this block and went from Arias to Wiseco.



The head is currently at Melvins for portings and valve job assembly etc...



PTE 6766 81ar T4





6266 sitting beside the 67mm



Competition twin disc



Some of the fuel parts.





My room is starting to get really packed with parts. I know some of you might be able to relate to this view. Hah!


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Miscellaneous stuff...

























I've also started vlogging on youtube so feel free to follow me there as well the channel is called Chillin Garage the same as my Instagram. I will update again in the near future so stay tuned!

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Was wondering where you've been! Looks like a hell of a project, and a super clean hatch at that. With your successes on the single slam, I can't wait to see how this one turns out. Definitely in for updates!!
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Good luck with the build, looks like you're off to a decent start.

Why not a bigger cam & more aggressive intake setup? GSC, Kelford, Pro1s?
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Was wondering where you've been! Looks like a hell of a project, and a super clean hatch at that. With your successes on the single slam, I can't wait to see how this one turns out. Definitely in for updates!!
Hey bud, I'm still around just slowly gathering car parts over the winter, but I'm almost there. I'm not trying to go to crazy as it can get a little expensive and trying to keep this somewhat simple yet streetable. I'll be happy with a 700whp street car but the turbo and longblock should be able hold a bit more.
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Good luck with the build, looks like you're off to a decent start.

Why not a bigger cam & more aggressive intake setup? GSC, Kelford, Pro1s?
Thanks Boss, We've had issues with Pro1's exhaust lobe getting wiped out, so if anything I'll probably do GS1, but i know that neither gsr or itr cams will do just fine and could make the same power as the other cams with a few more psi. As far as intake skunk2 ultra race would be ideal just a little out of the budget, but perhaps I'll get one in the future.


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Hey bud, I'm still around just slowly gathering car parts over the winter, but I'm almost there. I'm not trying to go to crazy as it can get a little expensive and trying to keep this somewhat simple yet streetable. I'll be happy with a 700whp street car but the turbo and longblock should be able hold a bit more.
I hear ya on gathering the parts! You're going to dual cam, i've just broke into VTEC lol. Your Z6 build was ultimately my inspiration for the switch. While I'm not on that path just yet, I am toying with my first single slam vtec build now. If you happen to get that S2 ultra, i'd love to hear some feedback. I'm pissed at them right now over an issue with their alpha lite rods, but I made them work. So it may be a while before I order anything from them again lol!
700hp street car sounds insane. Especially in that hatch. It won't run the quarter mile, it'll ******* teleport!!
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I hear ya on gathering the parts! You're going to dual cam, i've just broke into VTEC lol. Your Z6 build was ultimately my inspiration for the switch. While I'm not on that path just yet, I am toying with my first single slam vtec build now. If you happen to get that S2 ultra, i'd love to hear some feedback. I'm pissed at them right now over an issue with their alpha lite rods, but I made them work. So it may be a while before I order anything from them again lol!
700hp street car sounds insane. Especially in that hatch. It won't run the quarter mile, it'll ******* teleport!!
That's cool man I'm glad that you've appreciated my old build, it sure was a battle but learnt a lot during those process. Good luck on your build!
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So i haven't been on here as much, but I have been doing vlogs regarding updates on this car.
Here are some of the videos and feel free to follow me on youtube under Chillin Garage.








Will post some more pictures later.

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nice videos with plenty of detail. what cup were you using while welding the bungs to the valve cover? it looked like a #12 pyrex.
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Hell yeah! She's gonna be a beast for sure! Can't wait to see what she puts out in the end.
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Nice work!
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I'll definitely be checking these out!
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Jun. That's great you video documented all of this.

My buddy and I did a similar block off plate with some Apex'i gauges (they use Defi internals)



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Shodan, that Apexi gauge setup is really nice!!!
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Shodan, that Apexi gauge setup is really nice!!!
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nice videos with plenty of detail. what cup were you using while welding the bungs to the valve cover? it looked like a #12 pyrex.
Thanks Boss!

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nice videos with plenty of detail. what cup were you using while welding the bungs to the valve cover? it looked like a #12 pyrex.
Thank you and my buddy was the one doing the welding so I'm not actually sure which cup he uses.


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Hell yeah! She's gonna be a beast for sure! Can't wait to see what she puts out in the end.
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Yeah it should be a fun street drag car. I'll have it set-up to where i can flip a switch from wastegate for streets and full boost at the track.

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Nice work!
Thank you!

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Jun. That's great you video documented all of this.

My buddy and I did a similar block off plate with some Apex'i gauges (they use Defi internals)
Those looks good! I'm diggin' the apexi gauges. ​​​​​​​



























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I've also picked up a tenzo discontinued seat and fabricated the bracket to fit the chassis, then added a tab for the oem buckle to utilize oem seat belts.













The next plan is to get a simple mig welder so i could start with my own little fabrication for whatever i need in the future.
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That seat was a hell of a find, especially in such good condition. Go to harbor freight for a wire feed flux core welder. I bought a 110v that's excellent for up to 3/16 and fair for 1/4, for 179.xx. I've welded everything from BBQ pits to exhaust pipes for over 2 years now and it's holding strong!
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That seat was a hell of a find, especially in such good condition. Go to harbor freight for a wire feed flux core welder. I bought a 110v that's excellent for up to 3/16 and fair for 1/4, for 179.xx. I've welded everything from BBQ pits to exhaust pipes for over 2 years now and it's holding strong!
Great to know! I was actually thinking about getting one from harbor freight. Thanks for the tip!
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Ole skool seats. I remember seeing those in the magazines when i was i high school lol
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Looking good so far.
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Very cool. Headed to subscribe to the vlog now
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Ole skool seats. I remember seeing those in the magazines when i was i high school lol
Yeah I'm glad i found them and it was actually my buddy's seat that he didn't end up using.


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Looking good so far.
Thanks boss!


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Very cool. Headed to subscribe to the vlog now
Thanks i will be updating the vlogs soon.

Anyway, here's some of the updates from Melvin regarding the cylinder head. He has started working on the the ports, bowls, chambers and will be doing a simple 4 angle valve job for this set-up.

Rough cut...



This picture makes me want to run a bigger skunk2 Pro1 cams, but we shall see what happens as i would hate to see the ITR cams sitting;







I will be using a STD supertech inconel valves with black nitrated intake, 85lbs supertech springs/titanium retainers, blox lma and golden eagle cam-gears super simple and most commonly used valve train set-up. This head is the last thing that's missing for this build so I'm excited to finally get a move on with this project, and I might be heading to Ohio in about a week or two to pick up the head and degree the motor.

Will update again later
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