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PostSubject: New Poject   Sat 19 Jul 2008, 5:44 am

after i sold the eg6, i had some spare cash to play with

i came accros this light damage mb6 vti for a absoloute bargain and couldnt resist ;-)

75,000 miles, and 1 of the smoothest running b-series ive heard



so now im on the look-out for a 1.4/1.5 ek in white to drop the b18c4 into

still had some cash leftover, so i got to thinking of what to spend it on....

i made some 'purchases' and.........

Today i got home, to be confronted with this


























Inovative ek engine mounts









Full-Race T3/T67H.O. Turbo (garett GT37R modified by full-race)








Its a Full-Race ProAm stage 4 turbo kit

gonna start stripping the c4 out of the mb6 this weekend hopefully

ordering the internals asap,still undecided about sleeving it


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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Sat 19 Jul 2008, 6:38 am

ooooooooh you lucky bitch Laughing

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PostSubject: nice   Sat 19 Jul 2008, 6:38 am

omg how long till you will have this up and running and ready to rumble you got some seriouse products there good luck with the build up make sure everything is bang on perfect my friends has just done a c4 turbo into an ek and its not bad he is also having another block built on the side ready to swop so be good to see how these turn out!!!

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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Sat 19 Jul 2008, 7:28 am

cheers lads
i cant wait :-)

i really wanna get it sleeved, ive d/l the darton MID Installation manual and it doesnt look like a huge job for an engineering firm to do, but i cant think of anywhere that would do it

what internals is your mate running??

just looking at my downpipe haha its huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge
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PostSubject: z   Sat 19 Jul 2008, 8:04 am

yeh that d pipe is massive my mate running stock at the moment, no idea what internals he gona be running, but as for you darton is the way forward was looking at a block with these sleeves in the other day im sure there are plenty of places that will sleeve your engine doesnt look to hard from what i saw when they were putting them in, have a look and see if you find any good places if you find that you are really really stuck the garage that done my H2B have a place that they get all there engine sleeved,ported,polished,skimmed ect but for now have a look around see what u find.
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Wed 23 Jul 2008, 8:38 am

well i had some time today so i started to strip some of the mb6

Bumper, headlights, wings, mud flaps, slam pannel, aircon





Seeing it all open like that made me think.........






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seeing it on the block has given me some extra inspiration to get things moving king
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Wed 23 Jul 2008, 3:02 pm

affraid

Cant wait to see this bad boy done.

Been having some thoughts about my own with a b18c4.

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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Wed 23 Jul 2008, 8:42 pm

that last pic looks the cats pj's man cannot wait to see it done now Very Happy


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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Wed 23 Jul 2008, 8:50 pm

Hmm looks Good Im gona have a break for a bit save some money and in due time i might look into what i can do with my old bottom end as its off the car and free to be built but gona wait to see how everyone else gets on with turbo as i havent been in one decent turbo honda yet well to be fair havent had much luck with N/A either.
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Thu 24 Jul 2008, 10:58 am

Holy Mofo! pale

This is going to be an absolute monster!

Have you found an suitable car to dump it into yet?
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Thu 24 Jul 2008, 10:36 pm

no, im still looking. ive got an absoloutely mint 1.4 ek right now that im driving, but its red. i reli want a white ek, so just using this for a run-about for now. Ideally want a white 1.5 rather than a 1.4 so i'll have abs cheers
but it seems like theres more white ek9's about than 1.5's lol!
the search continues study .......
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Thu 24 Jul 2008, 11:37 pm

What made you choose Dartin Sleeves have you read up on Golden Eagle sleeves meant to be good and do not cost as much just thought id let you know.
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Fri 25 Jul 2008, 1:36 am

yee,i read about them yesterday. Just doesnt seem like many people have run them, and never heard bad things about the darton sleeves. I think im gna go with 84mm dartons, but trying to work out what pistons to get, what compression ratio to run. reli confusing me geek
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Fri 25 Jul 2008, 4:07 am

Well will be good to see how the dartons work out for you im going to be using the eagle sleeves in mine as for compression as you obviously know lowest compression is what your aiming for where did you find your turbo kit and how much it set you back? when you think yours will be ready
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Fri 25 Jul 2008, 6:27 am

well, i got a gd deal 2bf santa got it off ebay.com, a guy in tennesse had it on a b18c1 ek for 10,000 miles then he got rear ended,and stripped the car for absoloutely everything. the kit is like new.
had the inovative mounts and a brand new in box moroso oil pan aswel from him
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PostSubject: lol   Sat 26 Jul 2008, 4:27 am

the shear mass of the turbo is unreal! its goin to eat birds!
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Sun 27 Jul 2008, 8:32 am

change of plan im also goin with Darton sleeves all i need now is pistons, rods and a new crank,
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Sun 27 Jul 2008, 9:09 pm

haha,whats with the change of plan tesh??

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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Sun 27 Jul 2008, 10:01 pm

heres the sleeves im gonna order

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Darton-Sleeves-Honda-B18-84mm-MID-Kit-B18a-B18b-B18c_W0QQitemZ180144616426QQcmdZViewItem?_trksid=p3286.m20.l1116

and heres the CP Pistons range


Engine Code Bore Size Compression Ratio Part Number
B16A 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7000
B16A 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7001
B16A 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 10.5:1 SC7100
B16A 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 10.5:1 SC7101
B18A1/B1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7005
B18A1/B1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7006
B18A1/B1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 10.5:1 SC7105
B18A1/B1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 10.5:1 SC7106
B18C1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7010
B18C1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7011
B18C1 82.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7014
B18C1 83.0mm (2.0mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7012
B18C1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.8:1 SC7015
B18C1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.8:1 SC7016
B18C1 83.0mm (2.0mm Overbore) 9.8:1 SC7013
B18C1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 11.0:1 SC7110
B18C1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 11.0:1 SC7111
B18C1 82.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 11.0:1 SC7113
B18C1 83.0mm (2.0mm Overbore) 11.0:1 SC7112
B18C1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 12.5:1 SC7115
B18C1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 12.5:1 SC7116
B18C1 82.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 12.5:1 SC7114
B18C5 81.0mm (Stock Bore) 11.5:1 SC7135
B18C5 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 11.5:1 SC7136
B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7020
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7021
B-Series 85.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7022
B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.7:1 SC7017
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.7:1 SC7018
B-Series 85.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 9.7:1 SC7019
B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 11.5:1 SC7117
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 11.5:1 SC7118
B-Series 85.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 11.5:1 SC7119
B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 12.5:1 SC7120
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 12.5:1 SC7121
B-Series 85.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 12.5:1 SC7122

need to decide which set to order.......
the sleeves can be taken upto 85mm with no problem,but should i stick to the 84mm or maybe go 84.5

im thinking take them to 84.5mm so its freshly machined.
been talking to people on honda-tech and every1 has suggest 9:1 compression ratio so im feeling the :
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7021 pistons. what you guys think??
wanna get the right stuff first time,no messing. Need to get this baby on the road afro

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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Tue 29 Jul 2008, 4:11 am

looks like taht would be the best choice, you dont want to add too much weight to the pitons/rods, it wont rev as high (well it will but it would put alot of extra strain on what im assumeing will be a stock crank)

looks like im going the same route btw, scrapping the h2 idea i think.

Im looking to swap/part ex my h22 for a c4 w shafts and linkages.

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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Tue 29 Jul 2008, 5:55 am

change plan bcuz i bought a black EG which im going to make look sick for daily use and keep as a 1.5, pointless having another car that is semi fast as im not gona drive it everyday i might aswell make my EK savage as possible, gettin my darton sleeves very cheap and they are getting installed along with my pistons and rods for free only thing i need to buy is my turbo kit will be a while yet as im in no rush at all but gona be very busy meanwhile maybe we will be finished around the same time if we do fancy goin santa pod to test these machines out?

anyways good luck with everythin your doing the progress is looking good
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Wed 30 Jul 2008, 12:51 am

yee,where u gettin ur dartons from tesh?? i can order mine on friday ,wanna find the cheapest price.
ezza, returning to your old ways cheers im liking the sound of that. c4 ftw!
i want an uprated crank, i wanna leave nothing to chance 2bf. im in no rush. i think crower do an uprated crank. where can i buy one?

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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Wed 30 Jul 2008, 6:25 am

Same here im leaving nuffin to chance and also in no rush im gettin my darton sleeves through a friend as they can get them on trade price ill find out tomorow how much.
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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Wed 30 Jul 2008, 11:54 pm

yee,tesh if he can get b18 84mm sleeves i'll have them,maybe if we buy the two sets together we'll get them even cheaper.let me know cheers

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PostSubject: Re: New Poject   Thu 31 Jul 2008, 2:10 am

ok ill get you a price then you can decide safe
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