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Old 05-17-2019, 08:27 AM
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Dude that thing is sick. Do you have a build thread anywhere for that 600 whp D16?
Thanks man and here's the build thread for the 600whp d2b.

https://www.d-series.org/forums/show...d16-build.html
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Old 05-17-2019, 10:26 AM
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Thanks for the link - I found one here on H-T as well. That plateless D2B setup was pretty badass.
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Old 05-18-2019, 09:13 PM
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Thanks for the link - I found one here on H-T as well. That plateless D2B setup was pretty badass.
No problem man!

Just got done working on the car and sheís finally back on the ground and now with new injectors and driveline. Most shops are closed tomorrow so Iím going to string align it and do some test pulls on wastegate. I like how it looks with the wider tires now. Will post some pictures tomorrow.

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Just beautiful! Looks mean with the wide stance.
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Well done on your build man! The passion you have shows. I’ll need to go back and start from the beginning and reread your whole thread
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Well done on your build man! The passion you have shows. Iíll need to go back and start from the beginning and reread your whole thread
Read up on his single slam build as well. He was inspiration behind my direction for sure.
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Old 05-19-2019, 11:10 PM
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Well done on your build man! The passion you have shows. Iíll need to go back and start from the beginning and reread your whole thread
Thank you it keeps me busy when Iím not at work. Was able to make some pulls today and the car dead hooks with the new tires on wastegate. It was a little sketchy on top of 4th but will be getting alignments later today after work. The car feels like a 10sec car on wastegate and so far the transmission is holding up strong.


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A one curious cop at honda district car show.

Installed a new switch panel called switchtech the quality is pretty good for like $34 dollars.

Upgrading to 36mm hubs with k-series axles.

Went to do some testings went 11s on wastegate but the trans was hurtiní and getting locked out of gears.

Went 10s granny shifting and picked up 50mph at the back half. Will be pulling the trans out and putting another set and try again.
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So sick! Love that teal hatch.
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Oh damn! That back half speed is nuts! This car should trap around 165-170mph. Impressive man
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What speed or time dictates need for a parachute?
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Txdragon 150mph make a parachute mandatory
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Txdragon 150mph make a parachute mandatory
Damn, really? Seems kinda low, but I guess if a vehicle can achieve 150+ mph from a dead stop in 1/4 mile or less, the physics of that dictate the need more so than gauges or clocks. Lol!
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Damn, really? Seems kinda low, but I guess if a vehicle can achieve 150+ mph from a dead stop in 1/4 mile or less, the physics of that dictate the need more so than gauges or clocks. Lol!
Youíre required to have it but donít need to use it. I didnít use mine until 170.
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Thanks guys i do have a 10 point rollcage that just sits in my garage, but planning on doing a V2 style detachable chute mount so i can remove it when i driving the streets. Was doing some pulls earlier and my buddy was taking a video so here it is! Don't mind me granny shifting the transmission is on its last legs i think you can hear grind in the video. Anyway, the 26" mickey thompson's hooks good with about half the power but doesn't work so well with the boost controller on.

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Cracked the bellhousing on the last track visit.

Also broke the 1/2 shift fork

Transferred the quaife diff to a fresh gsr trans and go for it again.
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Welcome to the stock Honda trans life - Race, Break, Remove, Replace, Repeat
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Yep once you get to that special horsepower level, billet case and gearset will be needed.
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Yeah it was expected but Iím ready to put some work. This car should be back and making some passes again this weekend.




Had to take the clutch out to change the suspicious rear main seal leak. I didnít think it was leaking, but i went ahead and changed it anyway.

Throwing this aluminum arm in the garbage and going back to oem lower arm with new energy bushing. Something about it makes me feel kind of funny.

On the process of pressing in the 36mm hubs for k-series axles.

Yep, the car is in 100 pieces at the moment.




Pressed in new pilot bearing as well.
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�� keep it up dude!
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Damn dude, you don't play around with building them OR breaking them!! I guess it's all part of the program. Get 'er done!!
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Working on control arms at the moment and might eventually convert it to spherical. Parts cleaners helps a lot and wirewheeling it before paint.



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Sorry the attachments are all over the place but got the car back together. Had to timesert one of the exhaust thread on the head and converted everything to arp hardware then swapped the oil pan gasket to felpro as it is thicker and harder material. The oem is to soft and tends to deform and leak when torqued, or maybe itís just my installation error. Will be making some passes again soon.












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If i could get the short track down to low 6s this car should be deep into the 9s. Will try to bring a laptop next time.

Making the kids work for their money. Itís an important lesson in life and gotta start em young.




Anyways, i did some testing today and it was a little sketchy because the oem control arms threw the alignment way off making the car cut so hard to the left and unfortunately hit some cones which pissed off the track officials. I'm a dumbass and should have let off... The gsr transmission seems to be working well just a little short and running out of 4th at 9500rpm with 24.5Ē slicks so i might have to rev the car to about 10 or 10.5k to fully take advantage of the powerband. Will be getting alignments maybe next week and will try to save this trans for the bigger events.


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Almost sounds like the boost is too high is first and 2nd..... car is making crazy power. You also need a roll cage
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